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Understanding psychology of dog training

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Understanding psychology of dog training
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Understanding psychology of dog training

  1. 1. Understanding Psychology Of Dog Training
  2. 2. Dogsaredescendentofwolves.Tostudythepsychologyofdogtrainingand understandthe pack hierarchal system of dogs, we must go back and examine their ancestor -wolves.
  3. 3. Wolveslivenaturallyinpacksofatleast2andmore...Theyliveinadictatorship systemwithstrictlydefinedhierarchiesofmalesandfemales.Intheirsystem,a leader- usuallyalwaysamale,thebiggestandtoughestwolfalsoknownas alpha leaderwouldbeinchargeofthepackandwillhavetherightto everything.Therestofthedogsinthepackwouldbefollowersandfollowtheir leaderwillingly.Thishierarchysystemisnotstaticandwouldchangewhen anotherdominantmemberchallengetheleader'sauthorityandwin.
  4. 4. Foryourdog,yourfamilyisthepackandeverymemberispartofthehierarchy system.Fromthemomentanewpuppyordogisintroducetothefamily,the newdogwillstarttopickupsignalsandindicatorstofigureouthisownstatus inthefamilyandwho’sincharge.Ifyourdogseeyouasa"alphaleader",he willfollowyourcommandswillinglyandthiswillallowsyoutotrainhimeasily.
  5. 5. Ontheotherhand,ifyourdogisverydominant(becauseyouallowhimtopick upthewrongsignals)andstartstochallengeyour"alphaleader"position,he mayrefusetofollowyourcommandandturnaggressiveagainstyoueasily.This situationusuallyhappensinchildrenwheredogsseetheirchainofcommand higherthanthatofthem.Thisalsoexplainswhychildrensuffermoredogbites thanadultsdo.
  6. 6. If you would prefer to own an obedient dog that pay attention to your command,assuming the role of the “alpha leader’ and establishing control over your dog isextremelyimportant!
  7. 7. Yourdogmustlearnthatheisthelowestrankinginthefamily,subordinateto you,tothechildren,andmustrecognizeyoutobetheleader.Ifsuchhierarchy isnotsetupproperly, the dog will try to take charge and assume the role of the leader. This’lleventuallyleadthedogtoturninto“dominantdog”and thustendtomisbehave.Ifthishappens,you’llfaceanuphilltasktoproperly trainyourdog.
  8. 8. Asweliveinademocraticsociety,mostofuswillfindithardtounderstandthe dog’sconcept of dictatorship. Nevertheless, it is necessary that we adjust ourselves tounderstandhowthedogliveandthink.Bybeingdictating,you wouldthinkthatthisiscrueloreveninhumanetothedog.Ifyouthinkso,you areverywrong!
  9. 9. Infact,dogsaremorethanhappytobeafollowerandtakinginstructionsfrom aleader.Youhavetogiveyourdogdirections,organizehisspaceandactivities forhim,andhe’llbemoreclued-upandknowhisboundariesoflife,which meansknowingwhatisexpectedofhimwhenhe’sindoororoutdoor.
  10. 10. Yourdogwillbeabletoleadalessstressfulandhappylifeandsowillyou.
  11. 11. To LearnMoreAboutDogTraining,go to http://howtohousetraindog.com/go/dog-training http://howtohousetraindog.com/go/theonlinedogtrainer

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