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Complaint no affidavit been helping people love boost probabilities talks their own attitudes,voice and body language, and mindset. They can be stubborn, dominant, submissive, or fearful, characteristics that can make them difficult to train. Training can be accomplished at home, obedience class, or with a private trainer. It requires a collar, a leash, a sense of humor, and understanding of dog behavior. That understanding can come from one or more of the excellent books written about training companion dogs or from obedience instructor or dog trainer. Consistency is important dog training. For example, if Ruffie was allowed to sit on the sofa yesterday and is yelled at for joining Aunt on the sofa today, she'll be confused. It's better to teach her up and off she'll climb on the furniture only when invited. If Mom says that Spot gets only dog food and treats, and the kids feed him from the table, he'll learn to beg and ultimately to steal spite of Mom's efforts. Then, when he feasts on the roast, he's really the doghouse for doing something he's actually been trained to do. Training should be fun. Every training session should be punctuated with praise, and hugging. should look forward to each session, just as he looks forward to his daily exercise. Every exercise should be useful at home. The dog should learn to sit on command and be conditioned to sit before going through a doorway, getting or out of the car, before getting his dinner or a treat, and before getting petted by strangers or visitors. A sitting dog cannot knock a bowl of food out of your hand, lunge through a narrow opening the door, jump out of the car before you clip on the leash, and on. The dog should learn to lie down he won't beg at the table or bother the kids at play and ride quietly the car, etc. He should learn to stand still he can be groomed or examined by the veterinarian. He should learn to walk on a leash without pulling; allow his feet, ears, and teeth to be handled; and come when he's called, wherever or whenever. Add a few tricks to the repertoire for fun and deal with the problems as they arise, and you'll have a well-mannered pet. Most people do not know how to train their dog, especially if the dog's personality and attitude differs from their own. And most dogs present some kind of training problem. Some do not respond to tenderness and coaxing, and others melt at a firm tone of voice. Some are dominant and require strength of muscle as well as strength of and others are eager to please. Some are bright and quick, and others are, well, slow learners. Not all instructors understand the differences either: Here's what happened with a puppy one obedience class The justification? If your dog lunges at someone, you can get sued. The puppy question is a fear-biter, a timid dog that is easily provoked to attack. The technique for dealing with a fear biter has nothing to do with smacking the dog the muzzle. There's never a reason to hit a dog during training. Slapping a dog the muzzle --his face-- is not akin to spanking a child for misbehaving. Unfortunately, there is no requirement that instructors at obedience schools or businesses know how to train a dog to be a well-mannered pet, just about anyone can throw a few mats on the floor, print up some flyers, and claim to be a dog trainer. When searching for a trainer to help you teach Rover to come when called, not bother the family at mealtimes and not jump on the kids or Aunt here are some