Small Dog Training Online
Dog Online Training
A candid review of Dove Cresswell’s Online Dog Training as she teaches you among other things, the art of house training puppies, she specializes in training the smaller breeds. Enjoy the thrill of training your new puppy as she walks you effortlessly though puppy leash training and puppy crate training. While she has not touched upon the subject of puppy training biting, the skill and expertise you will acquire from her puppy training classes should hold you in good stead in your attempts of taking your four legged friend through the process of bite inhibition.
Puppy Training & Dog Training Online is a comprehensive training guide by Dove Cresswell. Only 25 years of age, Dove has already become one of the most sought after animal trainers currently available in the entertainment industry. Even at this young age Dove Cresswell has gained experience in training a huge variety of animals especially all sizes and breeds of dogs.
The professional puppy and dog training series of lessons by Dove Cresswell is definitely an important breakthrough in the dog training industry. There is no other online training program like it, where helping stressed out dog owners to begin training their pets in a positive, FUN way and getting IMMEDIATE results are concerned.
The complete program has bee put together in a user friendly video format which is great, as most dog owners do not like reading eBooks. The program is so effective because you can see and hear Dove as she walks you through every little step. You get to witness the correct training postures and voice commands that will help you train your dog like a pro.
Small Dog Training
Like everything else, a new job, a new friendship, a new relationship, training a dog is also very important, and we have to get it right from the start.
With owning a dog and bringing it home as a puppy, the first few months the little dog is with us are going to be very important.
These first few months are going to be the period where you lay down the home rules, put your cards on the table, tell your little four legged companion what it can do, and what it cannot do, in other words it is time for BASIC PUPPY TRAINING.
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Training schedules for the new addition to your household need not necessarily be confined to conventional areas, and additionally, the new dog may need special attention with mouthing and nipping and more importantly you may want to teach your puppy bite inhibition with dog training biting.
It is also important that it does not develop any negative behavior patterns, because, down the track, you would not want to say "dog not coming when called" or, how do I teach it to come when called the very first time.
Puppy Training Biting
It is during the first 15 to 21 days, that the dog’s mind is open, its senses are very sharp and keen, it is going to experience a lot of things with you, in your company, in your house, with your family members, and even with your regular friends who visit often, for the first time.
It is during this time when you have the golden opportunity, the only chance to easily establish, shape and form its habits and develop his or her behavior pattern.
There are things you must do before bring new pet home.
The first and most important on this list would be its health check, because the health of your dog would determine the development of his character and behavior pattern.
Take your little dog to the vet. No matter who you bought the baby dog from, and what they told you, take him to a vet, before you bring it home.
A thorough once over is very important, as these little angels are very vulnerable at this age, especially during their first two to three months in this world. Have it vaccinated. You will not be able to take him outdoors and or train him outdoors till he or she is completely protected from the canine ills out there.
The next step would be to get the dog’s equipment ready. Items like an adjustable collar, training leash, solid food bowl, water bowl, sleeping hamper/bed, incentive/encouragement toys, are very important and should be in place before the little one is brought home.
Every member of the family should be involved in every aspect of your dog’s training. Let each member accept a particular responsibility in the care and brining up department. There are tasks like:
- Cleaning and refilling drinking bowl with clean water twice daily.
- Cleaning and dusting the bed.
- Feeding at agreed intervals in the designated areas only.
- Toilet training, agreed upon times, designated areas only.
- Exercise and regular walk or run.
- Regular grooming and bathing.
All of the above tasks are very important and cannot be skipped, missed or ignored. You may not be able to do all of it your self. Set up a roster, so that each family member gets to do all of the tasks at some time or other.
Puppy Crate Training.
Dog potty training is an important facet of early training, to establish proper dog behaviour, and prevent dog training problems down the track as the dog grows older.
You and the members of your family follow the rules, accept the responsibilities, no buts, no ifs, no exceptions, and then alone can you expect you little pet to follow the rules, recognize authority and obey commands.
There is a possibility that your puppy may be left alone during periods when everyone are out, it is very important that he or she is protected from themselves.
They could wander around and explore the house and may get into trouble or cause an accident in which they could hurt themselves. Putting them on a leash and collar, or confine him in a suitable crate, a plastic dog crate is the one we recommend, when your dog is going to be left alone is very important.
You cannot afford to be lax on this rule. Make every member of the family realize that if they are the last person to leave the house, they must put the dog on the leash, make sure he is secure, before doing so.
Prevent Separation Anxiety:
Do not leave your puppy alone or confine it for long periods. Isolating or confining your dog in lonely areas frequently should be avoided at all costs in the early stages of his life in your household.
Such confinement would do no good and will definitely lead to the development of unwanted behavioral issues such as barking, aggression, separation anxiety, excessive fear and general unruliness.
Unless you are a professional trainer, it is always best to have professional guidance. There are very good eBooks, Videos, Guides and manuals available on the internet.
If you have done all of the above before you bring your pet home, then just purchase Dove Creswell’s Puppy and Dog Training Online, and you have set the scene for positive and successful BASIC PUPPY TRAINING.
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This post was written by Noel DCosta on August 2, 2011