The Rule

Our review that list with them, and explain what will be the first behaviors to change and why. After only a few repetitions, any dog associates the action with the fact that he is breaking the rules of the house. For its part, the decision about when to correct your dog is relatively easy. If your dog knows the rule and still break it, must be corrected. Remember that you should always begin with mild corrections, and if the dog does not change its behavior, the intensity of the corrections should increase gradually. The emotional obstacle One of the reasons why it is so difficult to maintain an emotional balance is because living with a dog involves feeling. However, if you get angry and lose control every time your dog does something wrong, never end up with a dog stable. For many reasons you have, if the response is exaggerated, the correction loses its foundation.

Losing his composure to your dog will not help you accomplish anything productive. It is therefore important to control his emotions during the process. The two primary questions is important to know how and when to correct or reward when training your dog. For example, if you correct your dog for making a mistake motivated by fear, will not do anything but intimidated. Similarly, if you rewards when it is being stubborn, just be giving him more reason to persist in such conduct. In determining whether or not to correct your dog for something, ask yourself by two things: is my dog doing something you do not want to do? and do you understand my dog so I hope he do? If you have made the appropriate partnerships with your dog, yet he makes a bad choice, should be corrected. Although we always have to take into account the extent: a small mistake, a small extent, and large error, more accurate. The large errors are those that are destructive or dangerous, such as destroying property, escape and jeopardize, or be aggressive and threaten to third parties.