How do you train a dog to have good behavior?

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This is one of the easiest dog obedience commands to teach, so it's a good one to start with.

  1. Hold a treat close to your dog's nose.
  2. Move your hand up, allowing his head to follow the treat and causing his bottom to lower.
  3. Once he's in sitting position, say "Sit," give him the treat, and share affection.
Dogs are social animals and absolutely thrive on social interaction, communication and feedback regarding the appropriateness of their behaviors. Dogs need oodles and oodles of attention (and affection), so lets give it to them when they are good.

Best Training Tips

  1. Choose your dog's name wisely and be respectful of it.
  2. Decide on the "house rules."
  3. Set up his private den.
  4. Help him relax when he comes home.
  5. Teach him to come when called.
  6. Reward his good behavior.
  7. Take care of the jump up.
  8. Teach him on "dog time."

Redirecting destructive chewing

  1. Puppy- and dog-proof your house.
  2. Give him a chew toy instead.
  3. Use bad-tasting repellants and sprays.
  4. Give him plenty of exercise.
  5. Make sure it's not separation anxiety.
  6. Be gentle!

Once the source of the poor behavior is discovered, it is possible to control the dog's response with different techniques, such as...

  1. Prevention…
  2. Know Your Dog
  3. Exercise…
  4. Ignore the Behavior
  5. Redirection…
  6. Stay Calm…
  7. Interrupt Commands…
  8. Socialization.

Behavior and Diet.

These golden or reddish-colored canids may live alone (especially young males) or in packs of up to ten animals.

They roam great distances and communicate with wolf-like howls.

Dingo hunting is opportunistic.


Dealing with Normal Puppy Behavior: Nipping and Rough Play.

When puppies play with each other, they use their mouths.

Therefore, puppies usually want to bite or "mouth" hands during play or when being petted.

With puppies, this is rarely aggressive behavior in which the intent is to do harm.



Adorable, low-maintenance and good-natured—Beagles are small-ish dogs with a sense of humor.

They're great with kids, can live in an apartment, and you don't need to groom them.

Beagles, especially beagle puppies have a reputation for being difficult dogs to train.

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