How To Choose A Professional Dog Trainer

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7.) Should You Send Your Dog Away To Be Trained? No. The idea of doing this is largely a scam predicated on kennelingrepparttar dog so thatrepparttar 125720 dog training company can charge you even more money. For example, as a skilled dog trainer, I can train your dog, and get him responding in a very impressive manner, in about two days. But when I give him back to you, he’s going to say, "I’ve never had to do anything you say before! Why should I start now?" It’s just like driving. I can build you a fantastic sports car, but if you don’t learn how to drive it, it won’t get you from point A to point B. You must find a dog trainer who will teach YOU how to train YOUR DOG!

8.) Should You Have A Dog Trainer Come To Your Home? No. It’s going to work much better if you learn to train your dog in a neutral territory.

9.) Why You Should Avoidrepparttar 125721 big, chain pet store dog training programs: Because in most cases,repparttar 125722 dog trainers you’ll encounter have only 2 to 3 months experience, and have been recruited through a newspaper ad. Dog training is both an art and a science. There is no way that you can become a professional dog trainer without apprenticing with several experienced dog trainers, with varied backgrounds, over an acceptable period of time. Stay away fromrepparttar 125723 large pet store dog training programs.

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How To Fix Problems With The “Fetch” or “Bring” Command.

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Here’srepparttar easiest way to communicate to your dog (with this exercise) that you are serious:

Buy a remote electronic training collar. I recommend Innotek or Dogtra.

Here’s how to use it to fix your dog problem:

Followrepparttar 125719 directions on matchingrepparttar 125720 e-collar (remote electronic training collar) to your dog’s temperament.

Next, place a dumbbell onrepparttar 125721 opposite side ofrepparttar 125722 room—straight in front ofrepparttar 125723 dog-- and also place a distraction toy… off torepparttar 125724 right.

Sendrepparttar 125725 dog to retrieverepparttar 125726 dumbbell. Let him wear a long line, also. As he starts to veer torepparttar 125727 right to go afterrepparttar 125728 toy, say, “No!” in a loud, forceful tone and then immediately stimulate him withrepparttar 125729 e-collar. Re-issuerepparttar 125730 “Bring” or “Fetch” command and userepparttar 125731 long line to redirect him back on course, as he may be confused. Whenrepparttar 125732 dog starts to go towardrepparttar 125733 dumbbell again, immediately begin loud verbal praise, “Good dog, Good dog.”

There you go. Now just repeat this same exercise by alteringrepparttar 125734 training location andrepparttar 125735 type of distractions. After a few times you’ll be able to eliminaterepparttar 125736 long line. And after a few set-ups,repparttar 125737 problem will be fixed. To read more of my dog training ramblings, read about my book (click below):

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