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How to train your dog in ten simple steps. Parke Yearry. Step one. Be Consistent. Dogs learn from repetition, the more often they are exposed to something the quicker they will learn it. Step two.

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Step one
Step one

  • Be Consistent. Dogs learn from repetition, the more often they are exposed to something the quicker they will learn it.


Step two
Step two

  • Never make a dog come to you for discipline. No dog is perfect, and they will all do things we don’t like. NEVER use the command come if you need to discipline your dog. ALWAYS go to them.


Step three
Step three

  • NEVER hit your dog. They will learn to fear you, not respect you as the pack leader.


Step four
Step four

  • Always reward a positive outcome. If they do something right reward them for doing it right. Not always with a treat. Sometimes a “good dog” is just as effective.


Step six
Step six

  • Do not dismiss dominant behavior. Dogs are pack animals. If they feel they have dominance over another member of the household they will exploit it, and you will develop more severe Dog Behavior Problems.


Step seven
Step seven

  • Be patient. Training takes time.


Step eight
Step eight

  • Be basic. Don’t start off with fancy tricks and advanced commands. Remember to start with the basics.


Step nine
Step nine

  • Be careful. Of gimmicks and untested so called “free dog training packages”. Good or bad, learning to train you dog correctly may cost you some money for a book or program.


Last step
Last step

  • Remember you can do it yourself.


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