When you get a new dog or puppy in your house, you have to work with them. Like training, grooming, and much more; you have two options for dog training, either you can hire one dog trainer or you can do it yourself. Sometimes people can’t afford dog trainer due to high cost of service. So you can train a dog your own. The best experience occurs when you train your dog yourself. It is a different experience that only you and your dog share.
Her are some tips to get you started.
Be Alert: when you will get new dog in home, than some time he or she will take time to adjust with your family. Sometimes they have bad behavior, so you need to be an always be alert. When the time goes they will understand and easily abject with family. You just monitor your dog behavior.
Consistent: When you train your dog, you have to be consistent. If suppose you are play with your dog throwing balls game, than you have to be very consistent. Every day you can take out some times for this game, this way you can learn your dog. And it’s also help in consistency in the human - dog relationship helps build trust.
Unpredictable Response: when a time you play or feeding a dog, some time they will response, which you can’t accepted. And these think come out when they don’t like food or if some unknown member comes in to your house. So when you are train your dog keeps all this points in minds.
Confidence: Dog's can sense insecurity and it makes them scared because they see the fear as an unpredictable threat. Do what you need to do to feel in control. Use Positive self-talk before a training session, take your dog to a professional so you can learn together, train in different areas, attend different venues.
Know Your Dog: The biggest determinants of a dog's learning style are going to be the breed, or mix of breeds and the personality. A bold, social dog will require a different approach then a timid or fearful dog. You will have to tail your training style to fit your dog's breed and personality.