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  1. 1. Dog Training - The Best Method To Train Your Dog Fast Without Touching Them
  2. 2. Rewardtrainingisoftenseenasthemostmodernmethodoftrainingadog, butrewardtrainingisprobablymucholderthanothermethodsofdogtraining. Itispossiblethatrewardtrainingfordogshasbeenaroundaslongasthere havebeendogstotrain.Earlyhumansprobablyusedsomeinformalkindof rewardtrainingwhentamingthewolfpupsthateventuallyevolvedinto moderndogs.
  3. 3. Manyprinciplesofmodernrewardtrainingdatebackmanydecades.However, whatiscalledrewardtrainingtodayhasonlyenjoyedisremarkablepopularity forthepast10or15years.
  4. 4. Many reward training enthusiasts are less enthusiastic about other methods of dogtraining,suchasthetraditionalleashandcollarmethod. However,thebestapproachtotraininganyindividualdogisoftena combinationofleash/collartrainingandrewardtraining.
  5. 5. In addition, a training method that works perfectly for one dog may be totallyinappropriateforanother,andviceversa.Somedogsrespond wonderfullytorewardtrainingandnotatalltoleashandcollartraining,while othersrespondtoleash/collartrainingandarenotatallmotivatedbyreward training.Mostdogsfallsomewhereinthemiddleofthesetwoextremes.
  6. 6. Clickertrainingisoneofthemostpopularformsofrewardtrainingthesedays. Whileclickertrainingisnottheanswerforeverydog,itcanbearemarkably effectivemethodoftrainingmanydogs.Inclickertraining,thedogistaughtto associateaclickingsoundwithareward,likeatreat.Thetrainerclicksthe clickerwhenthedogdoessomethinggood,followedimmediatelybyatreat. Eventually,thedoglearnstorespondtotheclickeralone.
  7. 7. Mostrewardtrainingusessomesortoffoodreward,orarewardthatis associatedwithgettingfood.Inmostcases,complexbehaviorscanonlybe taughtusingthiskindofpositivereinforcement,andyouwillfindthatthe peoplewhotraindogsformoviesandtelevisionuserewardtrainingalmost exclusively.
  8. 8. Rewardtrainingisusedinallformsofdogtraining,includingpoliceworkand militaryapplications.Mostscentdetection,trackingandpolicedogsaretrained usingsomeformofrewardtraining.Rewardtrainingisalsoaveryeffectiveway toteachmanybasicobediencecommands.
  9. 9. Rewardtrainingoftenincorporatestheuseofalureinordertogetthedoginto thepositiondesiredbythetrainer.Thelureisusedtogetthedogtoperform thedesiredbehavioronhisorherownandofhisorherownfreewill.
  10. 10. Itmakesagreatdealofsensetogetthedogtoperformthedesiredbehavior withoutany physical intervention on the part of the handler. Getting the dog to perform abehaviorwithoutbeingtouchedisimportant.
  11. 11. Afterthedoghasperformedthe desiredbehavior,itisgivenareward,also calledapositivereinforcement.Treatsareoftenusedasreinforcers,butpraise, suchasgooddogorapatonthehead,canalsobeeffectiverewards.
  12. 12. Makingadogthathasbeenrewardtrainedareliabledogisimportant, especiallywhenthedoghasanimportantjob,likepoliceworkordrug detection,todo.Forthatreasonitisimportanttogetthedogaccustomedto workingarounddistractions,andtoproperlysocializetheanimaltoboth peopleandotheranimals.
  13. 13. Manydogtrainersmakethemistakeofonlytrainingthedoginsidethehouse orbackyard, and only when the handler is there. In order to become a reliably trainedcompanion,thedogmust betakenoutsidetheconfinesofits safetyzoneandintroducedtonovelsituations.
  14. 14. Itisalsoimportanttoteachthedogtopayattentiontothehandleratalltimes. Havingthe attention of the dog means having control of the dog. Reward training is veryeffectiveatgettingtherespectandtheattentionofthedog whenusedproperly.
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