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Advanced Dog Training, Obedience Training for Dogs

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Once your dog has learnt the basic orders, you can train it to walk next to you, bark when it has to, learn how to use its paws, bring objects and behave with children and other animals.
ADVICE 269
Remember that some dogs are harder to train than others. Make the Dog training as simple as you can, making sure that your dog has behaved properly with other dogs and with people.
ADVICE 270
You have to use Dog collars and Dog leashes in function to the size and the temperament of the dog.
Even when it is easier to train a puppy, an adult dog can also be educated, it just takes more time. The result in both cases will be an educated and reliable partner.
Dog CONTROL AND RETENTION
When you are training your dog, and especially when you take it outdoors, it is essential to use an appropriate way to control it. Almost all dogs respond very well to a semi-punishment collar, but with others, you will have to use head collars and harnesses.
THE SEMI-PUNISHMENT COLLARS
1. Make sure you put it correctly; the soft band should go on the inner side of its throat, and the chain over the neck.
2. To fasten the collar, pull the leash up, this, almost always, controls the inadequate movements without hurting the dog. Don't use this type of collars on dogs with a delicate trachea.
BODY HARNESSES
Improvised: Pass the leash in front of the dog's chest and hold it close to its back. In that way you will be able to grab it firmly if it gets scared or pulls unexpectedly.
Body harness: With a correctly put harness the dog is controlled through the tension on the thoracic box.
ADVICE 271
The harness is adequate for the breed with delicate trachea as the Yorkshire Terrier and for the ones with muscular neck.
HEAD COLLARS
1. Pass the collar through the dog's snout putting your hand under the dog's jaw in order to raise its head.
2. Fasten the collar or the neck of your dog, trying not to tight it too much. You should be able to pass two fingers under any part of the collar.
3. The leash is fastened to the ring on the collar that is located under the lower jaw. If the dog pulls from it, the pulling pushes the head downwards and closes its mouth.
4. When approaching the arm to your side, you will make the dog back up to the concrete position next to you.
HOW TO PUT ON A MUZZLE
ADVICE 272
Get on your knees next to the dog and put it by the lower side of the dog's head. Once in place softly pull from the belts in direction to the dog's neck and fasten them while you talk to the dog and tranquilize it.
ADVICE 273
Make sure the muzzle is well fastened, but without pressing too much.
ADVICE 274
The dog should be able to open its mouth and gasp freely with the muzzle on. At the beginning, the dog may try to take the muzzle off, but you shouldn't take it off when the dog is fighting to do it.
ADVICE 275
Distract the dog a little and don't take the muzzle off until the animal is calm.
You should never leave a dog with the muzzle on without surveillance for too much time. The muzzle not only minimizes the danger of biting and keeps the dog from digging in the trash but it also reminds the dog that it is you who is in charge.

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