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Question Philly Mojo ? then how do you train your dog everyone on what appears to be a “professional” than it seems. So what are your methods of training your dog? Did you beat them? Do you yell at them? Do you rub their nose in their pee when they do it in the house? There are no right or wrong answer. Everyone is allowed to “train” their dogs in their own way, but we’ll see where this question goes, and we’ll see the difference in opinion. Do – I agree with your statement that some dogs just get things done faster than others. The one I have now, was sent from heaven! Corgi Girl – your wrong, there are no right or wrong answer .. If you tell me how to train my dog ​​YOUR way, and it does not work .. that’s how you know that doens’t work YOUR way with my dog ​​.. Do you understand? Best answer: Answer

by Devil Boy
Well, yes, I had fought until near death, and if they do not always get it, then yell at him and tuer.chiens are replaceable. meubles.simplement same as getting a new dog and feed the old dog.

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  • who beat there is a dog? this is not a method of forming a cruelty dog.its! and even tho people do things there way does not mean its droitils are nothing but low life .

  • LOL! My dog ​​is a beagle mix – the food is pretty much the only motivation to get him to do something!

  • If you are talking about physical punishment of your dog, I marche.J ‘got a dog that people called it a canine genius.I trined by: 1. Spending much time with elle2. Speaking softly while moment3. Strict obedience to expect, but this dog had more freedom than any dog ​​I’ve ever connu4. He socialized with other dogs and people, of all types.5. Love your dog and she / he will want you if you are a million plaîtIl training tips, but speaking as someone who has had many animals, [once, two dogs and three cats live in my house and it did not seem crowded] I can tell you: Some dogs are just easier to train than most breeds are very intelligent others.Some, and there is even a large variation within a race.Mon dog is a cross between, I think, a dog of Newfoundland / Labrador retreiver and a kind of terrier.Il was of medium height with curly black hair like a dog.And Newfoundland, was the dog that smarest I’ve never connu.Je not remember his training, only talking about we cross country skied her.When and she went along, she stops at a fork in the trail and look at me as if to say, “Hey Well, should we go right or left? “Even from a mile away, you quarter could indicate either left or right and it would be beyond what could direction.I hundreds of sites of these arrangements was that dog, and I can only think that it has come to its innate intelligence and all the talking and directing did.because I have never been aware that we were actually “training” We just were learning what we need to know, to do what we wanted to do.

  • If a person does not have the ability to read their dogs and understand why they need what they need when they need it, it will make little difference which method of training they choose to use. So it’s a good idea to learn how an animal learns first, then decide what type of training method utiliser.éditer “I train with positive reinforcement and NILIF (Nothing In Life Is Free)” This simply means that you are using both reinforcement and punishment. Warm fuzzy means to say do not change the fact that the “punishment” is part of any training method.

  • reasking ennuyeux.Oui is there a right and wrong answer to some mesure.frottant their nose in the urine is incredibly inefficient, as is beating and yelling at random. * I * in the process of praise and correction. You do something I do not want? You get corrected. You do something I love? Chien.Oh good and I’m professional, I’m just not a idiot.EDIT: Notice what I said. There is a correct way: mesure.TOUS some types of training are some type of praise and correction. How you manage different. yes but it remains the same.

  • You’re not one of the things you mentioned, unless you want an unhappy dog. Train with kindness and patience. There are thousands of books to help you, but please, please do not abuse your pet.

  • I’m training through positive reinforcement and NILIF (nothing in life is free). I have no need or desire to hit, shout, or otherwise punish my dog ​​as if he were a petulant child who just human color on the walls with permanent marker, despite warnings not to. : PI use dog psychology and positive reinforcement, as well as maintaining a position of alpha package. It is very effective and does not affect your relationship with the dog through punishment and fear aversif.Je do not see the point of rubbing the nose of a dog in his own urine because when you do you will be go there, to punish a dog for my inability to get out more and it works to stimulate the go is simply absurd. I could prevent it, why should I give anything more than a dog back “no” if I catch him in? And why should I do after the dog peed and moved on when they are mentally unable to connect to the punishment of crime? I do not hit for two reasons. One, you may be bitten in self-defense of such aggressive move. Two, hitting the dog shows that you are unstable, violent, and a despot. It can promote fear and aggression related to fear potentially to you. I do not shout at a dog for two reasons. One, you may scare the dog, and fear can easily affect your training and relationship with your dog. Second, it shows that you’re an unstable country, leader of the pack easily angered and very often the dog will just not listen to your unstable ass crazy. : YEA certainly would never go so far as to beat a dog.

  • if my dog ​​does something wrong, like pissing in the house or something they have learned and I already know I whack him on the face, sticking his head in the toilet, kick his stomach repeatedly , throw it through the set just kidding I train with him reaction.if patient and positive, it does not receive something I just keep trying and wait understands.he he learns very quickly although I think because his salary is certain Salami and his favorite toy (two in one) 🙂

  • Hi, Training is the best investment you can make in your relationship with your dog. You will need to do your homework first, though, to learn to communicate what you want in a way that your dog will understand. Stay consistent and patient, reward your dog for making the right choices and do not forget: you can train a dog of any age. Here’s more information:

  • Of utterance dogs are the best friend, is very true, but to train a dog, you must be dog’s best friend. Dogs want to please their master, and you do not have to be a drill to form a Sargent. They want you please to give them lots of love pats, rubs, treats, and lots of good dog, and say it like you mean it.Dogs can reverse your attitude, you have always have a good around your dog. Repeat orders and exorcises and help your dog understand what you want, like picking up the tab and shake, then you say Shake, or by pushing the heel down while you say is what it Sit is. Use a calm but stern voice in commands, so the dog knows that this is a command, not just talk. My wife is the boss in the house, and she touched his nose in the pee of stubborn, once the butt slapped, has repeatedly said no, and put the dog outside. After all she had to do was open the door when the dog went to the door.

  • Why do you ask the same question twice?

  • This “NILIF” (Nothing in life is free) regimine training is incredibly effective for most. If you have a dog shelter, training can be a nightmare because you have to cancel all previous habits of the dog before enstilling new. So if you had a dog since the dog was a puppy, and he has misbehaved, I think it is entirely the fault of the owner. Adopted a dog on the other hand can have all sorts of questions that require serious attention fixer.NILIF uses positive reinforcement to extablish you like a pack leader to your dog. It really works, though, I’m affraid there are circumstances where positive reinforcement does not apply, making the program useless. How can you positively reinforce a dog that just piss all over? Cognitive behavior modification in Psychology uses the postive and negative reinforcement and punishment positive and negative. NILIF is incomplete in a program in my opinion, because it only uses the building. So give biscuits and praising desired behavior is a good start. This is positive reinforcement. Negative punishment negative reinforcement are somewhat similar. Negative reinforcement removes something the dog likes, and negative punishment removes an aversive stimulus the dog. Crating a “bad dog” takes away their freedom to run around the house for a few minutes, and can be viewed as a negative reinforcement. Leave them with their “time out” is over ending the aversive experience of being locked up, and is a negative punishment. More common and easy to understand the punishment is positive – or issuing an aversive stimulus for the dog. Shouting at a dog, crating a “bad dog”, even hitting the dog with all different ways to present the dog aware that the sentence is delivered. This is where I differ from most. I have no problem giving my dog ​​a whap on the back if it was bad. It’s a big boy, and can be very mischievous. I do not throw “shots”, or beat the tar of my dog. Taking back my four fingers and giving it a little whap on the butt and send him on his bed with a stern “Bad Dog!” This is my method of positive punishment. It also has a load neck pup who is always there, and as a Shepherd mix of three years, the vet said he looks more like a “mane” that he has, which is part of his makeup. So, I also grab his neck and escort him to his bed sometimes. Both ways are used in actual packs of dogs by real dogs and other members of the Canidae family. With all this talk about emulating a pack with the program NILIF, I am always surprised by how non-physical contact, it is. In a real pack, a dog to eat before dominant pack leader will get a load of teeth right in the neck or rump. Do not kill – but to punish. I would like to see a dominant wolf elegantly positively reinforce one another wolf that threatens to disrupt the hierarchy of the pack! So NILIF, when combined with the punishment can effectively use all methods of behavior modification cognitif.Pour what it’s worth, my dog ​​is incredibly well behaved, not skiddish – great around small children and comes immediately when it is called when it is off the leash to our local park. He had a load of separation anxiety too; destroy our APMT and chewing through the doors when we were out for as little as 20 minutes. Its been a miracle, so that I almost caught myself. My nightmare trained in methods adopted a perfect angel that can now be left alone when we’re gone for 8 hours. He was at my family Christmas party with 30 + people there and the little children pulling his ears, and it was perfect. People gush about how well behaved and how he listens.

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