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How To Train Your Dog That'll Be Friendly With Everyone

BY: Steve Rankin | Category: Animals and Pets | Post Date: 2010-02-15

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Most dog owners have issues with their dogs, if you fall into this category there is help.
If this sounds like you do not concern yourself as this article should be able to help you out and give you a good basis to begin obedience training your dog to behave appropriately at all times.

Dog behavior headaches happen to a lot of dog owners everywhere. To address these bad dog manners you need to start teaching them from as early an age as possible, preferable start from the minute you get your dog home.

For example if you are out and about with your dog and they show signs of aggression towards another dog as you walk past them, some dog owners won't know what to do and their dog could get the better of them. It's no good trying to fight with your dog and if they managed to fight their way out of your control then you could end up with some serious problems.

Once you have accepted your dog has an aggressive attitude which is directed towards other dogs you can simply avoid these kinds of situations by scanning the area in front of you while you walk and should you see another dog comingup either cross the street or change the direction you are walking in. You must bypass getting your dog into these predicaments. Your dog already has the idea in their heads that they don't like other dogs so why feed this problem making it worst. There will more likely be an underlying psychological issue which may need more professional guidance.

Dog training can help you appease a lot of your dogs problems. The best thing you can do is make some time during everyday and teach your dog some basic commands and then work up to more difficult ones as your dog becomes more responsive. Start by just practising for a short amount of time at first and then build up as your dog gets better. You should find that as your dog does get better it shouldn't take as long to teach them new tricks. One thing to remember is your must be consistent, if you do this everyday you will see results.

Getting started is the hardest part however once to do you will build momentum and this will just snowball. I'd start by searching online for information about dog training. It is easy to find a good resource as there are so many people doing this however when you find a good one sign up to what they offer. You will find forums are also a good place to visit as they are full of other dog owners who have or have experienced problems with their dogs.

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