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Dog Friendly Tips: Provide A Warm Dog Bed And Dog Blanket


When the temperatures drop, all dogs love to snuggle up in a comfy, cozy Dog Bed. Providing a warm, soft Dog Blanket for those cold winter nights is a nice way to make your pet's life a bit more comfortable.


Dog Friendly Article: Teaching Your Dog to Come When Called Each and Every Time!


Training your pet dog to come when called is regarded as the most important lesson to teach.

Teaching your canine friend to come when called is also probably the most hard lesson
, for you, not your dog. You'll need to control your typical human tendencies and be aware of body language. What you will find yourself understanding how to do is counter-intuitive to human beings, yet extremely effective. The end result: a pet dog that comes when you call, almost every time-will be certainly worth the effort and hard work.

Repetition of the spoken command is good for this type of training, because a selection of simple, impassioned sounds is ideal whenever getting the puppy to move rapidly. Imagine a coach yelling "Go! Go! Go!" Also, clapping while giving the command is especially effective.

Here is another idea: most dogs want to go where their owners go. They ascertain exactly where we're about to go by looking at our feet. That is why you'll be turning and moving away from your pet to get him or her to come to you.

Yet another thing before we start. It's very important during this initial training that your puppy learns to enjoy coming to you. Your primary reinforcer such as the treat must be something your dog loves-not just accepts.

Your tone of voice when giving encouragement should be reassuring and happy, as well. Have you seen somebody shouting at their pet dog that got loose? Generally they lose staying power quickly and switch from a cajoling tone to a strict, irritated scream if the dog will not come promptly. Contemplate that. Would you desire to run in the direction of anger? Of course not! Try to remember, your ultimate goal is to help make your pet dog thrilled to run to you whenever you call. So be careful to not lose patience during this training, keep your tone joyful and enthusiastic, and provide a ton of encouragement whenever your dog does the proper thing.

Now, let's get on with the lesson!

Stock up your pocket or pouch with treats. You'll need more than usual for this training.

Bring your puppy to a place where there won't be numerous distractions.

Move about Ten feet from your family dog as he's not paying attention to you.

Passionately call out your canine's name, accompanied by the 'come' command: "Come! Come!" Try this while turning sideways. Do not turn your back, you have to watch him closely, and begin clapping as you begin to run away from your puppy.

The moment he moves nearer, call out your encouragement and keep going.

Slow down and allow your pet dog catch up to you; then stop and without delay offer him a number of treats and much passionate praise.

Then, walk approximately ten steps from your dog and watch for him to look away from you.

Continue doing this a few times over the next few days. You will see great outcomes quite quickly.

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