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Training and teaching your dog isn't as hard as you think...

Training and teaching your dog isn't as hard as you think...

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    • ==== ====Hollywood Trainer Exposes All The Secrets To Teach Dog Tricks And Perfect Obedience. ClickBelow For A Free Video Lesson!http://dogtrain.4alltheinfo.com==== ====Okay, who among us does not love to watch movies with well trained dogs? Dogs like Lassie,Rin Tin Tin, Air Bud, and Pongo the Dalmatian? These dogs do cool dog tricks that are far beyondthe basic dog training. Is it really possible for your average Tina to learn beyond dog obediencetraining?Good news! Even a rescued dog can surely learn these adorable and simple dog tricks. I willshow you how to get your dog to wave, play dead, dance, and crawl. These are actually easytricks to teach dogs.Before you begin teaching Tina to do dog tricks for entertainment purposes, it is essential for herto have mastered all the basic dog obedience commands. These include sit, down, stay, heel (leftand right), come, as well as a long sit, down, or stay, and all commands performed off leash. Thedog must also be able to handle distractions.Let us start with showing Tina how to "shake," which follows with a wave session next. If Tina likesto use her paws, say "Good shake," and reward her with affection when she places her paw inyour hand. If Tina does not like to use her paws, help her. Place her paw in your hand and tellher shake. Repeat the exercise three to five times in a row to drill it in and reinforce it, alwaysusing the same hand and the same paw.Repeat this entire exercise session four to six times a day, but with no more than five iterations atonce. This keeps Tina from getting bored.Now that Tina has mastered shaking hands, ask her to sit in readiness for the next of her cool dogtricks - waving. Then put your hand out about an inch away from her. When she reaches for yourhand, tell her "Good wave." Increase the distance a little more each time. If Tina gets frustrated,go back to the last time she waved and help her with the increased distance.Always play with your dog for a few minutes after each training session. Playtimes keep the wholething relaxed and fun. It is also important bonding time.Ready for more cool dog tricks? If you want Tina to learn to crawl and play dead, begin withplaying dead. Have Tina lie down. Either roll her on her side yourself, or use a favorite toy as anassistant. Tell her to "Stay dead." Before too long, you will only need the word "dead."To teach Tina to crawl, have her lie down, and then tell her to stay a minute. Next, sit on the floora couple of inches away. Keeping your hand just barely above the floor, motion for her to come.As she crawls, encourage her with calmly saying "Crawl; that-a-girl, crawl!" Reward her with
    • affection, or use a favorite toy if you like.Dancing is another of the popular tricks to teach dogs. You want your Tina to learn to dancearound in a circle, but how? Form an "O" with your hand. Move your hand slowly in a circle, whilemoving your body around as necessary, to get your dog to follow your hand in a circular fashion.All the while you are saying, "Dance. Lets dance." (Or something similar.) If Tina jumps at yourhand, make her sit, then get her on a heel and have her follow you with your hand still in the "O"position, your arm slowly moving in a circle. She will start to get the idea.Next, you might teach Tina to dance standing on her back legs. This is especially easy if your doglikes to jump or stand for affection. Just set it up so that she is doing the motion, then give it aname (e.g., "dance" or "groove") and reward her for doing the motion. "Good Groove!"As you see, your dog can learn how to do these simple dog tricks in a step by step process. Beaware, though, that Tina needs a motion first, which is then associated with a word. Otherwise,you give a word command and the dog becomes confused, anxious and frustrated, eager toplease but not knowing how. It is easy for her to watch your hand, though. So, induce an actionor reward a behavior, then give that behavior a name. Before you know it, your dog will amazeyour friends, appearing as a dog movie star with impressive cool dog tricks!GET HELP from Rena Murray at the Dog Obedience Training website. Proven Dog BehaviorModification Expert-Dog Obedience Trainer-Platinum Expert Author, Rena debunks Dog TrainingMyths in hands-on Articles, free "Best Ezines" newsletter - PAW PERSUASION POINTERS, andblatant Blog to help you better understand, communicate with, control and enjoy your dogs. Renaboldly addresses all your Dog Training and Dog Rehabilitation needs - whether puppy housetraining, destructive dog behavior, obsessive dog behavior, dog instinctive behavior, or cool dogtricks. Get your FREE Newsletter Subscription at http://www.PawPersuasion.com/ where you alsofind Dog Products, Dog Houses and Crates, Dog Lover Gifts, and all things dog-related. Needmore help? Contact Rena for Coaching.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Rena_Murray==== ====Hollywood Trainer Exposes All The Secrets To Teach Dog Tricks And Perfect Obedience. ClickBelow For A Free Video Lesson!
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