All dog owners should know some basic dog training methods, as these aspects will be very helpful in the everyday life to train your dog various basic and useful techniques on dog obedience, developing desirable results and encouraging excellent behaviour for your dog.
Difficulty of the command
Always begin teaching your puppy or dog the easiest command(s) possible so that difficult ones would be easier to learn at a later stage.
The 12 most important basic dog training commands for any dog owner are:
• Leave It
• Drop It
Consistency of the commands
Basic dog training methods can be taught efficiently and effectively by repeating with the same commands, pointing out the desired action, reinforcing the good behaviour and keeping your pet’s attention. You should do it many times during the day including during play time and while walking your dog. An excited tone should be used to encourage good behaviour and a stern voice for incorrect behaviour.
Timing Your Dog Training
Dogs respond best to short, sharp commands so training moments with your dog should be short, intense and interesting so that it does not lose his attention, interest and capability of responding to the demands.
Praise And Rewarding Your Dog
Always praise and reward your dog the moment it responds to your commands. Rewards may be represented by play time or food so that the learning process would be improved gradually.
Avoid giving in to your pet every desire.
Always exercise discipline first and then affection. Never give out rewards just because your dog gives you a pitiful or cute look but only when he or she performs a correct behaviour. Once your dog has learned your commands and hand signals, begin to give lesser rewards.