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Dog Training

A Step-by-step Guide to Dog training for Beginners
by Archie Jones  US United States

November 12, 2016   |    972 reads    |   0 comments

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Dog Training: a Step-by-step Guide to Dog training for Beginners (book) by Archie JonesThis book specifically focuses on training and training exercises in a step-by-step manner. It contains fewer theories and philosophy and instead includes more actual training techniques with dog training tips.

The most popular current method of training is a method of positive reinforcement. The behavior is reinforced through food, kindness or praising. This method is excellent for training puppies. But the truth is that you cannot raise a dog without negative feedback. Nature is full of negative reinforcement, and parental canines use that to train their young in the wild. They do it because it is effective and it is how pups learn. On the other hand, you should not base your training on negative feedback alone. The most important guideline is to be consistent in your training and in your reinforcement. Don't let your bad day at work become a reason to over-stimulate your dog.

If you are going to train a dog, this book will help guide you through the process.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...

•    Service dog training methods

•    How to provide leash training

•    How to train a dog to sit

•    How to train a dog another 8 basic commands

•    How guard dogs and rescue dogs are trained to ‘speak’ (dog barking)

•    How to avoid mistakes in dog training

 

About The Author

Hello! My name is Archie Jones. My book is simple enough to be practical for a novice trainer. Canines are MASTERS of manipulation, and they manipulate their humans (or even stranger humans) to get what they want with regularity. Why will a trained dog work for its trainer, but won’t work for their owner? Puppy knows the trainer isn't gonna accept or tolerate BS, while its human parent will.

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