Training of a dog is best done in a controlled environment. This is not always easy to do especially when the environment may not allow a specific atmosphere for training exercises. Separation from this environment may cause your dog to be distracted and forget what the training is all about.
For best results when doing a dog training exercise, have the place or area within the range of vision of the dog be set up as clearly and as clearly as possible for the training exercise. Make sure that whatever the visual location is, the dog can see it clearly. This makes getting the dog to perform the exercise far easier and far more successful.
Make sure that there are no distractions of other forms of distraction, such as talking on the phone, changing rooms, or running back and forth in the yard. Your dog needs to be focused in his training and will not know or secondly cause confusion with his surroundings.
Start in a familiar area of your yard, such as a rose bed, if you do not have a specific area established yet. คลิปไทยเด็ดๆ Hopefully, your dog has not been in that area for a long time or does not care about that area at all. Once you have setup the area for the training exercise, leave the yard and put your dog on a long leash or lead. Use this to position him in the required position – say in the heel position – and let him follow his nose to the required area. Be sure to give him the obedience command of ‘sit’ or ‘wait’ so that he learns what the command means. หนังบู๊ At the same time, begin to move him in the correct direction while giving the ‘come’ command. During this part of the training, use simple words that mean ‘come’. Do not start screaming ‘COME! COME!!’ because your dog may fail to recognize that and start running in the opposite direction and this is not what you want! Friends and family may be nearby and these types of commands do not always sound the same. So although they are saying ‘come’, they may be saying ‘ employs the command of option ‘FIVE’ which would be a different option and a different command. เกย์โชว์ควย Use of the five command is essential when you are training your dog how to come. If you do not issue the command of option ‘FIVE’ your dog may not necessarily come to you. Issue ‘FIVE’ and you are Guaranty of hearing that response from your dog any time anyone says ‘come’ and your dog issues the command, and comes immediately.
Your next step is to increase the distance between you and your dog while issuing the command. Now I am sure you know that the dog is a very intelligent creature and will sense your emotions and responses. If you are certain that your dog issues the command ‘come’ when you are at a distance, increase the distance only very gradually. Start with an empty room and slowly increase the distance but do not go too far. If you are doing this slowly and not utilizing the use of a leash, then chances are you will be able to accomplish this Training without any sort of stress on your part or the dog’s part.
Now while keeping the dog on its leash and at a distance from you and also increasing the distance gradually from each repetition, do not move on to a room with more distractions. Start with a room on the opposite side of the room from the training room. ฉากเด็ดหนังโป๊ Call to your dog ‘come’ and once it issues the command and is coming towards you, increase the distance gradually again. You do not want the dog to think that when it comes towards you, the heck thing is happening. Make sure you are praising the dog and giving it a treat reward every time it comes towards you and you will eliminate all hesitation or fear of sorts.
Once you are confident that your dog issues commands correctly and without hesitation, move the training to a public place such as a park and practice this exercise. Once this training is successful, you may have a dog that comes when you single word command. หนังตลก You may even decide that you will teach it the come command with the – coming – word and your dog issues this command from you without hesitation. You have to congratulate yourself on a job well done!
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