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mydoghousetraining.com A general and neat introduction to dog obedience topics is presented in this article. If you are interested in useful and practical information for your house training, ...

mydoghousetraining.com A general and neat introduction to dog obedience topics is presented in this article. If you are interested in useful and practical information for your house training, this is your place.

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Basic information about obedience house training for your dog , right here! Basic information about obedience house training for your dog , right here! Presentation Transcript

  • MyDogHouseTraining.com
    EPISODE 1“Start with Basic Obedience Training”
  • Bringing home a new pet requires you to train them with some basic etiquette.
  • You can start with basic obedience training.
  • The two most commonly used modes of obedience training are lease training and reward training.
  • Leash training involves teaching a dog to obey with the help of a leash.
  • This form of training is often used for military and security dogs.
  • The reward training method uses rewards such as  food or toys as lures for ensuring that the dog listens to you.
  • There are many different ways to reward your dog.
  • Reward training is for compassionate and patient dog owners.
  • Leash training is better if you want a strong and infallible dog.
  • What you want is for your dog to pay attention.
  • MyDogHouseTraining.com
    Your Guide For All Dog House Training Tips
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