Switching to positive training? At first, it might be frustrating for you – and your dog. The benefits, however, will last a lifetime. In positive training, the goal is to help the dog do the right thing and then reward him for it, rather than punishing him for doing the wrong thing. If he makes a mistake, the behavior is ignored, or excused with an “Oops, try again!” to encourage the dog to do something else.
New to Positive Dog Training? – Whole Dog Journal
Are your dog’s arousal levels getting a bit too high? Are your dealing with dog arousal biting, or worse, do you see the first signs of arousal causing aggression. If so, you need to intervene fast!
Understanding Dog Arousal Problems | PetHelpful
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Fed up with your dog stealing your shoes, your kid’s toys, food from the table, and anything else he can grab? Let’s find out how to stop your dog stealing
How To Stop Your Dog Stealing – The Happy Puppy Site
Here are 7 great ways to improve your dog’s behavior in just a few days. Top tips to tackle door barging, unwanted noise and barking, and more.
7 Ways to Improve Your Dog’s Behavior in a Week – The Happy Puppy Site
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Using rewards is the best way to train a dog. Here’s what reward-based training means, and 7 reasons to give it a try.
Seven Reasons to Use Reward-Based Dog Training
The top five dog training mistakes committed when using positive techniques and positive dog training methods.
The 5 Most Common Dog Training Mistakes – Whole Dog Journal