These days you find that many dog owners are taking their dogs or puppies to a dog training school. In these dog training classes, many new things are learnt and many of the aspects are successfully overcome. Unfortunately, one of the aspects that do not go with the classes is chewing.
The reason why it is usually quite difficult to get over the chewing problem in dog training classes, is that the dogs usually do not find themselves anything to chew on or to destroy during the classes. So, if you belong to the group of dog owners who has been to the theonlinedogtrainer classes, and are still looking for something to help you deal with the chewing problem, then please go on reading.
4) Know your dog’s pattern of relieving itself. This way, you will be able to pick it up when it is about to ‘go’ and to place it one the pad for the first few days or weeks. The dog will then accept the pad as the place it is supposed to ‘go’.
Don’t change your dogs sleeping, eating or potty locations. If you mix up these locations your dog will become confused and not know where to go to the toilet etc.
You can see how this would catch a golfers attention, right? It may sound a touch over the top to most but it does the job of getting people to read the first paragraph and that’s what sales copy is meant to do.
2) Know the procedure of training your dog using these pads. The best place to get the procedure is from people who have successfully house trained their dog. You can also go online and view blogs and other publications on the procedures. Most people agree the first step is establishing where the dog likes to ‘go’ and the other general steps are moving the pad to this spot, moving the pad closer to the door as time passes, moving the pad outside, and finally withdrawing the pad.
Most people are surprised how quickly their dog can learn from training and how fast they get results. If your dog is testing your patience a bit, try using a few of these tips.