MAKI and DAVE... training with a treat


This is Maki showing up obedience
to his trainer Dave

According to experts, there are two types of training your pet dogs and it should be done IMMEDIATELY as soon as your cuddly canine is so ready as well.

BEHAVIORAL
-prevents and or corrects bad habits that your puppy or dog may develop or already has developed. Jumping, car chasing, begging, climbing on furniture, and chewing are just a few. It is very important to be consistent during the training process. For example, do not let your puppy on the couch unless you are planning to allow it on the couch when it is full grown. This will confuse it, causing problems. Taking the time to learn natural dog behavior and satisfying the dog's natural instincts along with proper exercise will help you communicate to your dog and can mean the difference between success and failure.

OBEDIENCE
-trains the dog to obey certain commands such as sit, stay, come and teaching it to heel. Training sessions should be frequent but short to prevent your dog from becoming bored; ten to fifteen minute sessions, two or three times a day will be sufficient.


Training your dog right before meals will help them associate their meal with a reward for the training and also make them more interested in the food treat you use in your training session. (Source)


10 comments:

  1. This is great information for those who have pets. Training a pet at an early age will definitely help owners in the long run.

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  2. Sayang, the video is unavailable.
    Training a pet is I guess just like training a child. We should start at an early age or as soon as they are ready :)

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  3. I wish to see the video...anyhow, it's always good to have well trained pets especially dogs.

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  4. This reminds me of my BIL's dog, they had to put him in an obedience school because he is kind of mean, now he is well behaved.

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  5. The video was not uploading when I visited. My dog would benefit from training :) Not that she's stubborn and all but she's an adopted dog so I'm not sure how she was brought up by the previous owners. All I can say, she's smart and can definitely learn from dog training.

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  6. We have several dogs at home :) and we treat them like our kids, the kiddos adore them and take time deciding how each would be named each time :) they would be thrilled to have them trained to do tricks :)

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  7. Great info for pet owners out there. How I wish I have read this before when I still have Spot! :( Too bad he passed away already.

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  8. Video please. My dogs know some tricks but they do it without the notion that they be rewarded. Takutan lang ba..LOL I hate kasi na my dog only obeys my because pakakinin ko sya after doing the routine.

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  9. This reminds me of the Dog Whisperer show on tv, although dog training is not that popular in the Philippines yet, I know a lot of friends love dogs as pets.

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  10. unfortunately, video is not available, would be interesting to know more about it. we have few dogs back home, my kids missed them. i guess, its like kids too..start while they are young! anyway, i am sure this will be helpful for pet owners and lovers. thanks for sharing.

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