If your dog doesn’t know how to behave and obey, this causes a whole lot of problems both for the owner and for people around you. Naughty dogs cause people to dislike dogs in general. We notice that in the media and on the streets as well.
Education and training are concepts tightly bound together, which makes no use if you try to divide them. Through education your dog learns everything that concerns interaction with people, such as obedience, affection etc., whereas in training it obtains all known actions and skills that only increase a man’s love for a dog and make it more “intelligent” as well as useful in every way.
The basic parameters of dog education, regardless of its breed, should be the same for everyone. There is a variety of methods that can be used to reach the goal, but the end result has to be stable. In fact, if you choose the right way, it shouldn’t be too difficult to teach your pet the basics of education, and that gives the society the right to demand that your dog wouldn’t bother anyone with its bad behavior.
Before starting your training or education, you have to figure out all positive and negative traits of your dog.
The primary task of the owner is to strengthen and develop all positive traits of their dog, while eliminating all unwanted behavior scenarios. When teaching and handling it right, your dog’s affection and aspiration to serve its owner would be exceptionally great. On the contrary, if you let down your dog’s education, you lose your friend for a creature whose shenanigans contradict with expectations and wishes of other people. Every breed has completely different examples, and so a dog’s compliance to education and training depends on its traits of character. This level of compliance to man’s certain actions makes up the character of a given individual, but it doesn’t have to be the distinctive feature of the whole breed. However, it is noticeable that some breeds have their specific abilities and tendencies, both those that you deem positive and vice versa. Basically, generations upon generations of continuous education have made a huge impact on elaborating and developing those distinctive traits.
An owner’s aspiration to reach their desired goal has to be resolute, and the implementation of that aspiration should be persistent.
Your wish to get something from your dog student has to be firm, and you have to work for it by any means; each indulgence would result not in favor of your initial intent. But you shouldn’t ask something impossible of your pet, whether it is something not reachable because of its physical state, or because of the lack of education or introductory preparation. When training your dog, you aim for strict consistency. Your own awkwardness and lack of skill are the main causes of your dog failing to understand the lesson and to perform the task at hand. That is why it is better to let an experienced trainer guide the teaching process into the right track.
Your impatience and anger have to be conquered in order to not let them get a hold of you.
As you start training your own dog, endless patience and composure have to be your best friends. A confident man with these two essential traits can begin the training. Your patience has to remain in your every move and word; you’ll need it a plenty, because education means a lot of repetitions of the same lesson. Kindness and rigor should come balanced wisely. Kindness is more useful at achieving the desirable, instead of severity and punishment: praise, treats and encouragement of any kind work far better. A dog should be trained not to fear its teacher, but to feel affection for them, to be happy to please and practice together. It is important to create a comfort zone for your dog around you, so it could get used to you a lot sooner.