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Easy Dog Training Exercises-Become A Dog Trainer

Updated on June 20, 2011

Dog Training

Whether you have a new puppy or an older dog it is never to soon or late to start dog training classes.

In your local area you can attend pet obedience training with a professional dog trainer, here you will get plenty of dog training advice but at a price.

You can watch the Dog Whisperer on TV, trying to emulate Cesar Milan is not at easy as it seems, you could buy Cesar Milan books and Dog Whisperer DVDs but can you really be as successful as Cesar Milan when training your dog?

In short the answer is probably not.

Here on HubPages I have written a full dog training program that you can follow from start to finish, you can dip in and out depending on your puppies training needs, print it off and keep it with you during your dog training sessions and you can even ask me questions about dog training and solving difficult dog behaviour.

Here is a list of my dog training articles with a brief description, you are encouraged to try the dog training techniques out and if you get a chance let me know if they worked for you and your dog.


How to Train a Puppy

Correctly training a dog is one of the most important things you can do for him; a well behaved and obedient puppy will lead to a sociable and stable adult dog. Your dog will be a pleasure to be around and welcome anywhere.

As a responsible pet owner you have a duty to give your new puppy the best start in life.

Whether you want to learn how to train a puppy the basic skills he needs to be a friendly happy family pet or if your laying the foundation for more advanced dog training; this article will explain the 2 most important things you need to know about dog training.

Click here for How to Train a Puppy

Housebreaking a Puppy

In this article I will show you the quickest way to potty train your puppy.

The article will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using puppy potty training pads and when to use them to potty train your puppy.

If you follow these simple instructions your puppy can be potty trained in just a few days, you will not find easier techniques anywhere to housebreak a puppy.

This article can save you time as your puppy will be potty trained within days rather than weeks and will save you money as you won't need to keep buying puppy training pads or replace your floor coverings.

Click here for Housebreaking a Puppy

Train a Puppy to Sit, Stay and Wait

This aricle is very popular in the dog training program.

The puppy training article actually covers how to teach a puppy to sit, stay and wait.

All 3 off these puppy training sessions are ideal on their own but when you train your dog to obey each of these commands you wil have a much easier time and have a very happy dog.

Click here for Teach a Puppy to sit, stay and wait


Teaching a Puppy to walk on a lead

Training your dog to walk to heel or put another way walking next to you on a lead is fairly straight forward.

New puppy owners and seasoned dog owners alike have problems training their dog to walk on a lead.

This article will explain the dog psychology involved and the best way to stop your dog pulling on his lead, the tips and techniques I teach you here will make your dog walking a much more pleasant experience.

Click here for stop dog pulling on his lead

Training Puppy Recall

Teaching a dog recall (coming back to you) is the most important thing you will ever train him to do.

Recall is also one of the hardest lessons for your dog to learn, You must teach your dog to come back very early on in your dog training program.

In this article we will explain what recall is, why it is important and the easiest way to train your puppy to recall.

Click here for Puppy Recall

Train your Puppy to Retrieve

Some dogs such as Labradors will naturally retrieve, sadly this is not the case with all dog breeds.

It is good practice to train your dog to retrieve because when he picks up something up he shouldn't have you need him to bring it to you. What you need him to do is give up his find before he swallows it.

This article teaches your puppy to retrieve in a playful manner and offers many tips of how to correct problem behaviour in your dog.

Click here for Puppy Retrieving

Dog Training Products

Dog training should be fun for you and your dog.

However success is never guaranteed and certain products will make your training sessions easier, for this reason I have reviewed dog related products and written easy to understand articles about them.

It is my intention to expand this list of dog and puppy training aids, I will also review the basic items you will need to make your puppies new life more comfortable.

Buy a Dog Whistle

Training your dog to respond to a whistle will really spice up your dog training sessions.

There is a vast range of dog whistles on the market, this makes choosing the correct whistle quite daunting.

Read these articles and you will have a better understanding of whistle types including silent dog whistles.

Click here for Audible Dog Whistles

Click here for Silent Dog Whistles 

Buy a Dog Feeding Bowl

A bowl is a bowl right?

You must read this article if you want your dog to get the best from his food.

I have reviewed elevated dog food bowls, slow feeding dog food bowls, standard feeding bowls and automatic feeders. Don't buy a dog food bowl without reading this article.

Click here for Dog Food Bowl  

Buy a Dog Lead

The worst thing you can do for your dog is buy the wrong dog lead.

There are so many types of dog lead ranging from poorly made cheap ones to diamond encrusted dog leads and collars, choosing the correct one for you and your dog may take a little more effort than popping into the nearest pet shop.

In this article I have reviewed the most useful and popular dog leads on the market, I have given advice and tips on picking the correct lead for you and highlighted some of the pitfalls of buying the wrong lead.

Click here for Buying the Correct Dog Lead and Collar


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    • Aiden Roberts profile imageAUTHOR

      Aiden Roberts 

      8 years ago from United Kingdom

      Thank you

      Dog training is a passion of mine, becoming a dog trainer and running dog training classes was always a goal but now it's a reality thanks to hubpages.

      Thanks for stopping by.

    • aususaeast profile image


      8 years ago from Aus

      You have some really great articles! I am particularly interested in Animal training and pet care articles for another project someone close to me is doing. Keep up the good work and good luck in life!

      God bless!


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