Simple communication with your pet is a necessity. Here’s 5 ways to keep it short and sweet.
Training your pet is an ongoing process, whether you have a four-month-old Corgi or a four-year-old Collie. Practice makes perfect and as long as your training session is an enjoyable experience for both you and your pet, everyone walks away happy. One of the mistakes dog owners make is pursuing a training session for too long. This can become frustrating for everyone involved, especially for your dog. Training your pet in repetitive, short increments is the key to success. Below are some great tips for dogs of all ages, explaining why short and sweet training sessions can’t be beat.
Use direct commands
Food as a motivator
Practice multiple times a day, for shorter time spans
End on a positive note
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