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Training a Dog

Posted by on January 31, 2011

This is humiliating for a dog, they are happy, pleasing the master and perform in a social hierarchy. If we consider the dog as a pet, a faithful four-legged and not humanize him, it is not difficult to start with a good education since it is a puppy, because when they are puppies is when you should start before it gets too late . Some people are reluctant to educate the dog to be obedient and subordinate as their attachment and their emotions make them think of the dog as someone they love, but not like animal. This makes the dog often becomes dependent of the affection of the person closer to him and to behave aggressively with any other human, not very convenient if you consider the other members of the family and circle of friends. The puppy has come home to be adapted to all members of the family, not just the person most responsible for your care. This means that the dog recognizes the authority and the regular presence of several persons, individuals who give food, play with, talk to him, caressing him.

In a hierarchy, members belonging to follow an order to eat, eat in a particular place. In the living at home with dogs it is the same but with some variation, there is no fighting first for food, the dog must verify that all family members will serve food and caress him, that there is no danger and can gain confidence in us. At the same time, being served by the members of the family ties everyone is giving, moreover when the puppy food and is good to show that humans eat first, in the dining room, and dogs on the other hand, in your feeder, but they do not share food.

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