BOND WITH YOUR PET DURING THE TRAINING SESSIONS
Do you know that when you should begin the training of your pet? For a puppy less than three months old, you should start right away with very light training. Having a well-behaved dog helps to keep them safe.
Start with the potty training or household ground rules, like where he sleeps, where he should take his meals and at which places of the home he is allowed. When the dog is three to four months old he can start learning the basic commands. While you can teach new commands to your old dogs. During the training sessions you can develop a bonding with your dog.
You can consult your veterinarian to give you the best advice on training collar and leash that takes your dog’s size and weight into consideration. Here are a few basic commands which your dog should learn
The dog is on the knee level on the left side with the leash in your hand. Start walking with your left foot first as you give the "Heel" command, using the dog's name. Appreciate him when he follows your command correctly. If he doesn't get the hang of it right away, give the leash a gentle tug to bring him back into place and start again.
Simply hold a treat toward the back of his head as you say, "Sit" with the dog's name. Most of the dogs sit automatically but if your dog doesn’t, lightly touch his butt as you issue the command.
Start with your dog in the sit position. Standing in front of him, show an open-palm hand command as you say, "Stay," and his name. Keep eye contact and leave him in the stay position for 30 seconds. While you practice, have him stay for longer periods as you stand farther and farther away.
Tie a non-retractable leash of at least six feet long to your dog in the “Sit” position. Pull gently as you say, "Come," and the dog's name in an excited, happy voice. When the dog follows your command correctly appreciate him.
Go and enjoy with your doggo and enjoy the training session…..