There are a lot of benefits for both you and your dog when you have completed training. For example: You’ll have a happier dog, and a better understanding of animal behavior. Also, if you place your pet up for adoption, the training received will increase the dog’s value. This is just a small example about what you can learn and receive from training your dog!
In this research report, you will not only learn about your dog and how your dog thinks, but I will also instruct you in a step-by-step process of training your pet.
A very important fact that you will have to realize is that your dog may not do a trick as well as another breed of dog can. When talking to a Dog Trainer of 15 years named Jan I asked why. “Take a Golden Retriever for example. If you tell a Golden retriever to retrieve a ball, it will be more likely to do so rather than ask a Bull Dog to retrieve something. With different breeds of dogs there are different capabilities.” Jan tells me.
There are many things you have to consider about your animal when training it, one of the most important facts to look at is your breed of dog. My dog for example is a Yellow Lab, Bella. Since Bella is a Yellow Lab, she is loyal, and is good at swimming. However, Bella digs and tears things up. This proves that some breeds of dogs can do things better than others. You may need to consider that your dog is unable to do certain things. Believe it or not, your dog has limits!
When I talk about your dog’s limits, I am really talking about your dog’s capabilities. For example: your dog might not understand English. Your dog may have a hard time walking on two legs like a human, and might not be able to do a back flip without...