You can change your dog's behavior and know the joy of owning a well-behaved dog. You and your dog will be much happier.

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Using the Kingdom Of Pets proven dog training techniques, you can easily create a happy lasting friendship with your dog. However, it does take time and patience. Dogs are very loyal and intelligent animals; you can create an enduring bond between you and your pet.

Training your dog includes training the handler and anyone who will be caring for your pet. An advantage of the Kingdom of Pets training method is you will be training your pet in your own home, in his familiar surroundings.  Also, you will be training yourself and your family (handlers) right along with your dog.

Dog training is not a hit or miss process. There's nothing more frustrating for a dog than an owner that uses multiple commands for the same desired action. It is always best to use single word commands like 'sit' and 'stay', and stick to them. Everyone associated with the dog should know the proper commands. Don't use 'stay' one day and 'wait' the next. If you teach a dog to lie down by saying 'down', don't teach him to get off the couch by saying 'down'. He'll think you want him to lie down, use 'off' instead. Punishing your dog for something one day but not the next will only confuse him. There is no room in the dog training world for “letting it slide”. Consistency in your dog’s training is most important.

Be happy and friendly with your dog. Always give praise and affection to your dog in a happy friendly tone when he does something right or acts favorably. When he is naughty, use a stern, harsh tone to make him realize he did something you don’t like. Never hit your dog. It will only teach him to be aggressive and prone to biting.

Be sure your dog is part of your “pack”. Treat your dog as a family member if you want him to act like a family member. As pack animals, they need to live with their “pack”, not be confined to a single room or garage all day and night. Dogs should not spend a lot of time alone. Your dog must know his place in your “pack”. If he thinks he is the “alpha dog” of the pack, you must teach him differently before you can train him. If you have children, he must know that he is below them in the pack hierarchy.

Playtime, walks, and exercise are an extremely important part of your dog’s life. A tired dog is a happy dog! Dogs with pent up energy tend to become mischievous, destructive and all around blue. Be sure to socialize your dog with people and other dogs. A lonely dog is not a happy dog. Your dog needs outlets for stress, boredom, and frustration. Make sure to give him raw bones or chew toys if he chews. If he is a digger, make him a "dig box", a wooden frame in the ground filled with soft dirt, similar to a child’s sandbox. This will save your yard!

Your reward for consistency and patience in your dog training efforts will be a well-behaved, well-adjusted, and happy pet.

Wishing you many joyful years with your pet,

Bob Gaffee

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Author Bio - Bob Gaffee is a husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and a world observer who writes articles about various family and health topics, and the world he lives in. Life is busy and short. Make time to enjoy family, especially grandchildren family, friends, pets, and the world around you. Let the small ones show you the world as they discover it.


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