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By Canoe And Dog Train


Every Sunday evening I went over to the Fort, by canoe in summer, and dog-train in winter, and held service there. A little chapel had been specially fitted up for these evening services. Another service was also held in the church at the Mission by the Indians themselves. There were among them several who could preach very acceptable sermons, and others who, with a burning eloquence, could tell, like Paul, the story of their own conversion, and beseech others to be likewise reconciled to God.

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My dog is treated like a child in my house. And he behaves like one too. He is the center of our life, but not when it comes to barking, I must say that he disturbs our life and that of our neighbors. I refuse to use any device to combat the bark of it, so I have to trust in working on his behavior using less intrusive methods. Working hard on training makes perfect sense.

Dogs bark usually for a reason. If you can find out the reason, you can eliminate the barking. He may be anxious, seeking attention, or may be a warning. I will teach how to control barking. I say control, because dogs need to bark sometimes, and we need their barking sometimes too.

Your dog is a warning. I still want him to warn me when we are asleep and someone is entering your home. The answer is probably yes. Therefore, all you have to do is to train your dog how to recognize when they have done well their job. You need a way to tell that the squirrel that runs around of the window is not going to steal your home.

You need some small treats and about ten minutes a day for many weeks. I do not mind giving him a handful of dog cookies for each training session. Just make sure to use a bite-size treat for training.

Take your dog to a place in his home where he or she will not be easily distracted from their training. Try to simulate an event that will make your dog bark. In my case, knocking on the door do the trick. I ask someone in my family to leave the door where the training is taking place and give a blow, or even better – call the doorbell. I let my dog give me a warning or two barks. Firm, the status of a command that you use constantly use to tell your dog to stop barking.

My command is “NOO.” After the command and from the moment he stops barking, even for a second, I reward him with a treat immediately.

It is important to reward immediately, while the dog can associate the two events well. Thus, it means being rewarded for not barking and he understands it. Repeat this technique for ten minutes using the same command for some weeks as said above.

To find out about what you can do to help with your dogs barking or any type of behavioural problems, then click here Dog training course to find out more. Or to read more about my whole story and what I did go to my site http://www.stopbarkingdogsinfo.com

Is the Clicker Training method really a great system for obedience training your dog? Clicker Training-The 4 Secrets of Becoming a Supertrainer, is a 216 page eBook written by Norwegian dog trainers Morton Egtvedt and his wife Cecile Koeste, and they guarantee that their clicker training program will quickly bring you great results with your own dog training efforts at home.

Morton and Cecile are famous dog trainers in Scandanavia, and their books their have sold hundreds of thousands of copies. They have 21 dog training academies featuring clicker training techniques that testify to the quality and effectiveness of their training methods.

Clicker Training-The 4 Secrets of Becoming a Supertrainer is now available in English, and provides a great resource for learning the latest ways to use a “clicker” to augment and solidify your dog’s obedience training. You must have seen examples of clicker training by now. If you have watched a show about dolphin training, or gone to a park such as Sea World, then you have seen and heard “clickers” being used by the trainers.

The clicker makes a distinct sound when you click it. You learn how and when to use the click to teach your dog his obedience training. The clicker training is used with positive reinforcement training techniques only. Morton and Cecile will teach you what methods work and why they work. You will learn about how dog’s see their world, and how to communicate with them within a context that makes sense to your dog.

Because Clicker Training-The 4 Secrets of Becoming a Supertrainer teaches you how to become a good dog trainer you won’t be making dog training mistakes that ruin your efforts of obedience training your dog. Morton and Cecile believe that to get good results, the dog must have a good trainer-so they teach you what you need to know to become the Alpha leader, so your dog will be eager to follow your lead.

The clicker comes in to let your dog know the moment he has dog the trick right. For instance, as soon as your dog has completed the act of sitting when commanded to sit, you click the clicker and reinforce the correct action. Clicker training is said to aid in a dog’s ability to problem solve, as they only get the click and some positive reinforcement with a pet or a treat, after successfully figuring out what they are supposed to do, and actually completing the exercise.

Morton and Cecile absolutely guarantee their program with a 2 month “waterproof” guarantee, in case anyone I not entirely satisfied with the results. Is that better than iron-clad? They also include several fun bonus training videos that show you clicker trained dogs in action. Learn some great games and how to correctly use the clicker training by watching and listening to the experts in action.

Here is a list of the 5 bonus videos.

1. Teaching the Retrieve.

2. Get the Mail from the Mailbox-this is an extension of the retrieve training.

3. Teaching Heel Position/With a Puppy.

4. Getting a Soda From the Fridge-this is definitely a cool party trick

5. Teach Your Dog to Wrap Itself in a Blanket-this is an example of combining several small tricks to end up with a grand finale.

Give Clicker Training-the 4 Secrets of Becoming a Supertrainer a try. I highly recommendation this book for anyone who wants to get quick effective results when obedience training their dog. Using their techniques, your dog will enjoy his clicker training, and as soon as he sees you with the clicker he will be ready to follow your lead-and as you know a dog that is eager for a training session is a dog that is quick and easy to teach.

I hope you found this article helpful. I have many more free articles with advice for dog obedience training and solving any dog behavior problems you pet may have. Please click here to visit http://www.BehaveDoggy.com.

People say that you cannot teach an old Pitbull new tricks. Hopefully we can help you prove them otherwise with the tips and tricks in this article. All of the methods have been hand picked for your older Pitbull that you either have never trained, never trained well, or obtained from someone else.

Bad Behavior

In order to train a well-mannered Pitbull you should always be consistent with your punishments. If you let your dog get away with a particular bad behavior when you normally punish him for it, then your dog will be more likely to revert to bad behavior in general and not as likely to listen to your commands in the future.

Give your dog plenty of positive reinforcement. Discipline isn’t only about punishment for bad behavior. You should make sure to reward good behavior with lots of affection and praise. It will ensure that your dog understands when it is doing the right thing, and it will help it develop trust in its trainers.

Just as reinforcement of good behavior when training a dog should be immediate, so too should punishment for bad behavior be immediate. Saying “no” in a harsh voice tells the dog he has acted inappropriately but he only connects the message with the targeted behavior if that message is delivered immediately after that act.

Correcting your dog with a short, sharp and clear message will really get the point across. Too often people explain wrong doings to their dog in complete and complex sentences, leaving the animal completely perplexed. Be brief, firm and repeat the same phrase for the same bad behavior every time.

It is important that you never hit your dog or slap it in the face. That will not deter the bad behavior and it could cause some potential problems. Your dog may begin to fear you every time you get near it, so avoid hitting your animal during dog training.

When your canine has misbehaved, do not give it too much attention. In doing so continually, your dog will equate bad behavior with receiving attention from its owner(it does not matter to your pet that it is negative attention) and this will only reinforce bad habits which are difficult to break in the long term.

When you are training your dog, do not blame it for bad behavior if it is sick. You should never force a dog to do obedience training when it is not feeling well. Take your dog to the vet to see what is making it sick, and put off the training until it is doing better.

When teaching your dog discipline, regardless of what training method you use, you should always apply it with speed and consistency. Not correcting your dog for bad behavior every single time, sends him mixed signals that may only make the problem worse. Likewise, not correcting your dog immediately, may make it hard for him to understand why you are punishing him.

In conclusion, training an older dog can prove to be extremely difficult but not impossible. Depending on how the dog has been raised, your challenge may vary greatly. As long as you follow the specialized tips provided in this article, you are set up for success in training your older dog.

Please check us out at Pitbull Training Secrets to learn the secrets to train your Pitbull

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