Dog Training Tips- How To Train A Dog At Home

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Learn the basic commands every dog owner should know and how to train your dog at home.


<ul><li><p> The 3 Most Important Commands Every Dog Owner </p><p>Should Know</p><p></p></li><li><p>The 3 Most Important Commands Every Dog Owner Should Know</p><p> There are several basic dog training commands that every dog should know.</p><p> Basic dog commands include:</p><p> -No -Sit -Stay </p></li><li><p>The 3 Most Important Commands Every Dog Owner Should Know</p><p> It is important to start training your new puppy as soon as you bring it home. </p><p> Training can be done yourself or a professional can be hired.</p><p> Local dog training classes are often available. Ask your veterinarian to recommend a trainer </p><p>or look in your local newspaper for a trainer in your area. </p></li><li><p>The 3 Most Important Commands Every Dog Owner Should Know</p><p> Train your dog to sit, stay, lie down, and come when called.</p><p> With a little practice, your dog will master the basics and have a solid foundation to begin learning more advanced commands.</p></li><li><p> No</p><p> One of the most important commands to teach your dog is the command "no." </p><p> Not only is this good for family living, it can help you to save your dog's life in a threatening situation.</p><p> The command is also helpful if you want to re-direct your dog's behavior from a negative behavior, such as chewing on your chair leg, to a positive behavior, such as chewing on his toy.</p></li><li><p>No</p><p> The word No is one word that all dogs must learn.</p><p> Training your dog to respond to this important word can save you a ton of trouble.</p></li><li><p>The 3 Most Important Commands Every Dog Owner Should Know</p><p> The basic obedience commands for dogs start with Sit and Stay. </p><p> These commands should be a part of every dogs vocabulary simply because they make life with a dog much easier. </p><p> Life is also safer for dogs who respond reliably to these commands.</p></li><li><p>Sit</p><p> "Sit" is one of the simplest commands, but it's incredibly useful--after all, your dog can't jump all over a guest, dash into traffic, or do any number of things you don't want her to do when she's sitting.</p><p> Training your dog to sit on command is a vital part of any dog training program.</p></li><li><p>Stay</p><p> A stay can be useful in so many situations, I would even say it is a necessity for pet owners to have. </p><p> A well trained dog should remain where his or her owner commands, so stay is a very important command in dog training. </p></li><li><p>The 3 Most Important Commands Every Dog Owner Should Know</p><p>"The earlier you train and make lifestyle rules, the easier your dog will be to handle and the fewer problems you will have. And when you do encounter problems, you will be much better able to resolve them."</p><p>- Eric Lundquist, trainer/behaviorist</p></li><li><p>For A Free Dog Training E-Book Visit :</p><p></p><p>Slide 1Slide 2Slide 3Slide 4Slide 5Slide 6Slide 7Slide 8Slide 9Slide 10Slide 11</p></li></ul>