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Always Have Dog Treats on You

The key to training your new dog, especially if they are a puppy is easy... dog treats! By using treats your dog loves in your training, you can turn your rambunctious puppy into the well-behaved dog of your dreams.

All puppy owners know the sometimes slow and frustrating procedure of training, taming, and teaching their dog(s) good behaviors as well as fun tricks. The problem for many owners is the fact that they just forget about one of main reasons that humans and dogs react: motivation.

Just as you need a little motivation to start exercising more or to get your house cleaned, dogs need motivation to stop peeing on your carpet or chewing holes into every one of your socks... you cannot just wish for them to stop; they need a reason, or motivation to do so.

Therefore, dog treats can be a means that is sure motivate your precious pup to do just about anything you want. 

Dog treats are a definite motivator for puppies for the simple fact they taste good. However, it is only when dog treats are actually reserved as a unique treat that dogs will want to do whatever it will take to enjoy the yummy treat.

Can't you see how this is true?

Imagine these two choices in your personal life: In the first option, you can eat ice cream as much and as often as you would like if you complete an hour of working out; in the second option, you can just enjoy ice cream.

Now, let me know: would you be very motivated to work through under the first choice? Of course you wouldn't! Not if ice cream could be a treat whether you exercised or not. You need to understand that your puppies and dogs are no different, and that is why it is vital that dog treats are just given as a reward for doing well. 

Because treats are so inexpensive, you should first try to train your puppy on your own before you rush off and spend a lot of cash for a puppy obedience school. Even though training your puppy is a frustrating process, it's going to be better if they receive all their training from you - for you, personally, as well as your pup. 

Whether you are teaching your pup how to sit back, roll over, or how to go potty outside, using dog treats can be a crucial element associated with the training. Right away, your puppy will learn to love the reward of dog treats enough that it will obey every command.

So run to a local pet store now, pick a couple of different dog treatsBusiness Management Articles, and let the training process begin!

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John Silver runs a a German Shepherd training page The free e-course there is one of the best dog home training courses available in the US.

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