As a trainer, I can tell you that the puppy leaves a lot.

A dog that jumps on your grandfather is sweet. Jump on your grandfather's big dog is wound waiting to happen! A puppy roaring in your neighbor is funny. A big dog that grows around your neighbor is a threat.

When it comes to training a big dog and a puppy, the difference is not their ability, just like our human requirements. Big dogs need a stronger stay and more polite greetings. They must be better trained and more gentle than the puppies to move safely in our human world.


However, the difference in training mechanisms is subtle. We use the same clue, the same positive reinforcement method and the same management strategy to shape the dog's behavior.

But sometimes, these subtle differences may hinder success. Here are some tips to help you solve your skills to get the best puppy and large dog training.

Compared to a puppy, you are huge

Five Key Points about Training Big Dogs and Puppies . Puppy?

All the striped dogs appear in my class at the Beginner class in San Francisco SPCA.

For me, half the fun is to see the puppies together to learn. But one of the mistakes I've ever seen in the dog guardian is terrible vaguely.

By approaching, I mean to bend a puppy in such a way that for them it seems to be a threat. This may cause anxieties of the little guy who prevents them from learning. Do not lean on your dog, stand up or kneel down, keep your hand signal in front of your dog, not at the top of your dog.

 

Using the right position is important

So now you are sitting in front of your feet during training. When you train, things will get better, but when you ask your dog to "sit" or "down" in different places, they look like nuts.

The problem is that your dog is horrifying when it is generalized. They think that "sitting" means "sitting" and only when you are sitting on it. They do not understand "sit" only apply to their location, not your position.

To solve this problem, once you sit down and get a consistent sitting position from your dog, try the tips and your location is slightly different. For example, kneel between sitting and standing.

Once you get a consistent response from this position, let yourself be bigger, maybe stand on your knees and finally enter the standing position while reminding you of the dog.

 

Little dogs have little stomachs

Five Key Points about Training Big Dogs and Puppies

 

Although food is not the only enhancer for reward training, it is usually the easiest way to use it.

The problem is that the puppy is quickly filled and may be more sensitive to foods rich or rich in fat. Dogs full of or suffering from stomach pain will not have the motivation to exercise.

When you use food as a powerful, your dog needs the smallest taste to reward them. A piece of potato or chicken bread is just a small piece. You can also try giving your teenage baby food from your fingers.

When I find cheese and high-fat meat for larger dogs such as beef or pork, it usually causes puppy to digest the trouble, so stick to the choice of more streamlined.

 

Large dogs are at pocket height

Five Key Points about Training Big Dogs and Puppies, Large dog?

A different food problem often occurs with large dogs—their noses are right at hip level, where your treat bag or pocket holds your food rewards. This may make it difficult for your dog to focus.

The first option is to wear your treat bag so the food is behind your back, out of your dog’s line of sight. If that’s not enough, try placing your rewards on a high surface like a shelf or using a non-food reward like a toy.

 

Some positions are harder for little bodies

Five Key Points about Training Big Dogs and Puppies # Hipidogpet  #collar #pet #dog #leash # dog-training-collar  #dog-trainng-shock-collar 

The author loathe generalizing canine abilities, because every dog is an individual. But the fact of the matter is that in my classes, small dogs more frequently have trouble learning a “sit” or “down” than larger dogs.

If your dog is having difficulty mastering these moves, it’s going to take some time, patience, and persistence on your part. Breaking the move down into smaller, more manageable pieces is key.

Instead of trying to get your dog to do a full down, for example, follow these steps:

  1. Reward the dog for bending their head and looking at the ground.
  2. Next, encourage them to stretch out one of their front legs, and reward for that.
  3. Continue in baby steps until you get a full “down.”

Another option is to "capture" the behavior. Look at your dog and watch yourself sit down or lie down. When you see the moment it happened, throw an instant party, reward your dog with amazing things.

More dogs are rewarded for an act that they will practice more. Soon you will always catch your dog lying in front of you, you can start to give action a name (ie "down" or "sit"). When they start to slide into the position, call it out.

By combining your oral tips with actions, your dog will learn to respond correctly to your "sit" or "down" when you ask.

 

——The above view turned from Shoshi Parks, Ph.D.

 

Ema, Hipidogpet

Facebook Page: HipidogPet 

Website: https://www.hipidogpet.com/

 

 

 

 As a trainer, I can tell you that the puppy leaves a lot.

A dog that jumps on your grandfather is sweet. Jump on your grandfather's big dog is wound waiting to happen! A puppy roaring in your neighbor is funny. A big dog that grows around your neighbor is a threat.

When it comes to training a big dog and a puppy, the difference is not their ability, just like our human requirements. Big dogs need a stronger stay and more polite greetings. They must be better trained and more gentle than the puppies to move safely in our human world.


However, the difference in training mechanisms is subtle. We use the same clue, the same positive reinforcement method and the same management strategy to shape the dog's behavior.

But sometimes, these subtle differences may hinder success. Here are some tips to help you solve your skills to get the best puppy and large dog training.

Compared to a puppy, you are huge

Five Key Points about Training Big Dogs and Puppies . Puppy?

All the striped dogs appear in my class at the Beginner class in San Francisco SPCA.

For me, half the fun is to see the puppies together to learn. But one of the mistakes I've ever seen in the dog guardian is terrible vaguely.

By approaching, I mean to bend a puppy in such a way that for them it seems to be a threat. This may cause anxieties of the little guy who prevents them from learning. Do not lean on your dog, stand up or kneel down, keep your hand signal in front of your dog, not at the top of your dog.

 

Using the right position is important

So now you are sitting in front of your feet during training. When you train, things will get better, but when you ask your dog to "sit" or "down" in different places, they look like nuts.

The problem is that your dog is horrifying when it is generalized. They think that "sitting" means "sitting" and only when you are sitting on it. They do not understand "sit" only apply to their location, not your position.

To solve this problem, once you sit down and get a consistent sitting position from your dog, try the tips and your location is slightly different. For example, kneel between sitting and standing.

Once you get a consistent response from this position, let yourself be bigger, maybe stand on your knees and finally enter the standing position while reminding you of the dog.

 

Little dogs have little stomachs

Five Key Points about Training Big Dogs and Puppies

 

Although food is not the only enhancer for reward training, it is usually the easiest way to use it.

The problem is that the puppy is quickly filled and may be more sensitive to foods rich or rich in fat. Dogs full of or suffering from stomach pain will not have the motivation to exercise.

When you use food as a powerful, your dog needs the smallest taste to reward them. A piece of potato or chicken bread is just a small piece. You can also try giving your teenage baby food from your fingers.

When I find cheese and high-fat meat for larger dogs such as beef or pork, it usually causes puppy to digest the trouble, so stick to the choice of more streamlined.

 

Large dogs are at pocket height

Five Key Points about Training Big Dogs and Puppies, Large dog?

A different food problem often occurs with large dogs—their noses are right at hip level, where your treat bag or pocket holds your food rewards. This may make it difficult for your dog to focus.

The first option is to wear your treat bag so the food is behind your back, out of your dog’s line of sight. If that’s not enough, try placing your rewards on a high surface like a shelf or using a non-food reward like a toy.

 

Some positions are harder for little bodies

Five Key Points about Training Big Dogs and Puppies # Hipidogpet  #collar #pet #dog #leash # dog-training-collar  #dog-trainng-shock-collar 

The author loathe generalizing canine abilities, because every dog is an individual. But the fact of the matter is that in my classes, small dogs more frequently have trouble learning a “sit” or “down” than larger dogs.

If your dog is having difficulty mastering these moves, it’s going to take some time, patience, and persistence on your part. Breaking the move down into smaller, more manageable pieces is key.

Instead of trying to get your dog to do a full down, for example, follow these steps:

  1. Reward the dog for bending their head and looking at the ground.
  2. Next, encourage them to stretch out one of their front legs, and reward for that.
  3. Continue in baby steps until you get a full “down.”

Another option is to "capture" the behavior. Look at your dog and watch yourself sit down or lie down. When you see the moment it happened, throw an instant party, reward your dog with amazing things.

More dogs are rewarded for an act that they will practice more. Soon you will always catch your dog lying in front of you, you can start to give action a name (ie "down" or "sit"). When they start to slide into the position, call it out.

By combining your oral tips with actions, your dog will learn to respond correctly to your "sit" or "down" when you ask.

 

——The above view turned from Shoshi Parks, Ph.D.

 

Ema, Hipidogpet

Facebook Page: HipidogPet 

Website: https://www.hipidogpet.com/

 

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