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German Shepherd Dog Training Tips
General Dog Training Advice
efficient, business-like training sessions, twice a day, if
Before dog training
sessions begin, allow your dog ample opportunity to relieve himself.
Each lesson will
begin with a review of the previous lessons. This will set the mood
for this day’s session as this gives the dog trainer the
opportunity to praise the dog for performing the correct activity.
All commands must
be given in a clear and concise manner. There is need for firmness
from the dog trainer.
Impatience on the
part of the dog trainer is never a part of training. The dog trainer
must never get angry at the dog.
Each dog training
session must improve upon the previous session. If a lesson is not
going well, and both the trainer and the dog are becoming stressed,
switch to a review lesson so that the trainer has the opportunity to
praise the dog for performing well. Then continue with training of
the new activity.
When training the
dog in a new activity always end the training session on a positive
note. Even if the dog has not mastered all of the activity
perfectly, end with praise. You will build upon today's lesson
Conduct all new
training activities where there are minimal distractions. This helps
the dog to focus on the trainer and the lesson that is being taught.
As the dog
continues to gain strength in obedience then that is the time that
the dog trainer will search out distractions in order to "proof"
Never let your
trained dog get away with a mistake. The dog must always complete to
the fullest extent the command that you have given. If you allow the
dog to get away with a mistake, the dog will feel that he can do it
again, making it more difficult the next time. The goal of dog
training is to ensure that the dog always completes the training
command that you have given.
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