Positive Reinforcement Puppy and Dog Training Anne Pottinger

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Positive Reinforcement Puppy and Dog Training  by  Anne Pottinger

Positive Reinforcement Puppy and Dog Training by Anne Pottinger
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This is the second book in the “Dog Training My Way” series. Every word is backed up with 40+ years of solid, hands-on experience with young puppies and also a number of adult dogs rescued from shelters and labeled as “unmanageable”.No-one wants anMoreThis is the second book in the “Dog Training My Way” series. Every word is backed up with 40+ years of solid, hands-on experience with young puppies and also a number of adult dogs rescued from shelters and labeled as “unmanageable”.No-one wants an unruly, out of control dog, and when approached the right way, training can be fun, for both you and your new pet.

Plus, it creates the foundation for a lasting bond between the two of you.I am, and always have been, an advocate of “Positive Reinforcement Training”. All dogs love to please their owners, so this type of training is perfect for dogs, all of whom love to receive praise.Remember when you were a kid and your parents rewarded you for good grades?

Maybe you were rewarded with a dollar for every A. Dogs are the same, although their rewards are pats, praise and tasty treats.Positive reinforcement dog training uses praise and treats to reward your dog when (s)he does something you want him/her to do.

Because the praise and reward makes repetition of the behavior much more likely, positive reinforcement is an extremely powerful tool when shaping or correcting your dogs behavior.This book covers in detail such things as teaching good house manners, good manners outside the home, inappropriate chewing, separation anxiety, and a great deal more.Positive reinforcement training results in a confident dog, anxious to please his owner.

On the other hand, cowed, submissive dogs created by using physical punishment to “train” is psychologically damaging for the dog and can possibly have dangerous consequences for its owners.See also the first book: Crate Training a Puppy or Adult Dog.



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