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Dog Breed Training - Why Training Your Dog Is Vital

"Make a positive start to owning a dog"

The word 'vital' has its roots in the Latin word for life.

That gives us a clue to why dog training is so important, both for owner and dog breed.

This enhances the quality of life for each.

Though dogs have been domesticated for thousands of years, they still have much of the wild in their natures.

They adapt well to home life, but they are still dogs, not furry small children.

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Dog breed training helps maximize peace and security for both the dog and the family.

Dogs are by nature hunters and therefore are inclined to chase things. Young dogs especially are prone to take off after another animal, a car or a child.

Any of these scenarios can result in harm to your companion, a person or property. The importance of dog breed traing early on in life will make for a better life with your pet.

Training a dog early on to listen to voice commands from everyone in the family lessens the odds of bad consequences.

Teach your dog to obey 'halt' or 'stop', then 'come' and you will be much less likely to have accidents as the dog responds to his sudden surge of emotion.

At first, it might be necessary to use a leash when first trainging your dog, so that you can physically jerk the dog sideways at the same time you issue the command.

Try to avoid jerking backward against the dog's throat. Then, as they associate the command with the physical action, they will come to obey by voice alone.

Dog breed training techniques like that help ensure the security of other animals and people, but also that of your own dog as well.

Many dogs will race after another dog who, in fact, can do them great harm. Their emotions take control - as when the other dog has entered his 'territory' - and they do not judge, as we might, whether they have any chance of chasing the animal away. They simply react.

However, the importance of training your dog goes well beyond the very basic level of safety and security, or the avoidance of physical harm and property damage.

Dog Training. The Best Thing That Ever Happened To A Dog!

Dog Breed Training

Learning to train a dog is vital to your success as a responsible dog owner.

If you don't make it clear that you rule the pack very early on, you can be darn sure your dog will take full advantage of every bad situation and possibly make your life a living hell.

"I Told You To Sit!!!"

Understanding the importance of simple manners is the first lesson you should teach a dog.

If you can't even get your dog to sit, then you could be in trouble.

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