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mydoghousetraining.com It is important to welcome a new dog to your family. This article discusses methods of house training a new dog.

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Methods for Dog House Training.

  1. 1. MyDogHouseTraining.com<br />Episode 2: Best Dog House Training Aids<br />Hello and welcome to a new Episode from MyDogHouseTraining.com<br />Today we are going to talk about: Best Dog House Training Aids<br />Since you have decided to add a four legged member to your family, it is essential for you to know the best ways of dog house training for making your new friend a perfect fit for your home.<br />The first thing you need to take into account are the needs of your puppy, keeping in mind the breed as well as the particulars of your puppy. You not only need to identify which methods of house training serves you as well as your dog's purpose, but also identify the tools for achieving the same.<br />Dog house training should begin with basic obedience training that will teach your puppy to obey your commands. Obedience training can be either dog leash training or reward training depending upon your preference as well as the breed.<br />Some breeds such as Alsatians and German Shepherds learn better through leash training. At times the purpose of keeping a dog is to have a guard dog and this also requires leash training. <br />Obedience training requires a lot of patience and deliberation as to the right aids that might help you in training the puppy better. The most common aids for puppy obedience training are leashes and dog collars. Leashes have to be handled manually, requiring constant attention of the owner or they can be tied to a post.<br />Manually handled leashes often require physical manipulation and provide discomfort to the dog as well as the owner. The biggest problem with using either type of leashes is that they make the dog feel trapped and restless. Hence, it is advisable to provide your dog with collars. <br />The problem with collars is that they provide the dogs with a lot of independence and this puts them at risk of running to the road and meeting with an accident. Therefore, a lot of people have started opting for electronic or battery operated collars.<br />The electronic collars are fitted with devices that emit low magnitude electric shocks that can make the dog uncomfortable. They are mostly battery operated and can work from a distance. Whenever, you dog is getting out of range, you can simply send signals to the device in the collar and your dog will start obeying your commands to avoid the discomfort.<br />To know more about Dog House Training visit MyDogHouseTraining.com<br />I hope you have enjoyed this episode and stay tuned for more to come.<br />

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