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The 3 Biggest Mistakes When Teaching the "Come" Command to Dogs

The 3 Biggest Mistakes When Teaching the “Come” Command to Dogs

The “Come” command is one of the obedience commands that should be considered the most important in your relationship with [i4w_ud_DogName]. It is extremely important for [i4w_ud_DogName]’s safety – and your enjoyment of your dog as a family member – that you can use a recall command reliably with your [i4w_db__DogBreed]. But there are three […]
The Importance of the "Stay" Command for Dogs (And Their Owners)

The Importance of the “Stay” Command for Dogs (And Their Owners)

Since the [i4w_db__DogBreed] is a relatively easy dog to train (assuming that you’ve used the reward-based training method from your copy of [i4w_db__DogBreed]s Made Easy), you likely found that the initial obedience commands such as “sit”, “down”, and “come” weren’t terribly difficult to master. With a bit of patience and consistency, the [i4w_db__DogBreed] is eager […]
Supercharge Dog Obedience Training With The Help Of A Clicker

Supercharge Dog Obedience Training With The Help Of A Clicker

When it comes to dog obedience, clicker training is still a relatively new training tool but is quickly gaining popularity as more and more professional trainers see the benefits. Clicker training can improve your dog’s health, activity and attitude and generally make him more contented. What Is Clicker Training? Clicker training is the popular term […]
More Puppy Obedience Training

More Puppy Obedience Training

Puppy obedience training doesn’t have to be boring. In addition to the standard basic training commands – sit, stay, down, come, heel – you and your dog can have lots of fun working on more advanced training that focuses on working your dog’s individual talents. It will also help prevent problem behaviour. Wasted Talents Dogs […]

Dog Obedience Training – Is Your Dog Smarter Than You?

When it comes to dog obedience training many owners think they have their dog under perfect control when, quite often, it is completely the other way round. Okay, so your dog might ‘sit’ when you ask him to or even ‘shake a paw’, but when it comes to day-to-day living are you really so confident […]

Dog Obedience Training – Using Positve And Negative Reinforcers

Think of dog obedience training and, chances are, you’ll automatically think of dedicated obedience sessions where patient owners work with whistles and voice commands to train their attentive dogs. But what you probably won’t have considered is that your dog is learning all the time, whether you are involved or not. Operant Conditioning Dogs are […]