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Home Dog Training: Understanding the Role of Healthy Discipline

If you have looking for the best free advice when it comes to educational home dog training advice online then you have come to the right place. Our articles are stuffed with free advice that will have you obtaining the very best in healthy home dog training methods available today.

In today's home dog training article we are going to talk about the roles of discipline, dog rewards, and dog punishment. You must first not confuse discipline with a negative connotation. In fact, proper health discipline, which means training one to act in accordance with rules, brings order to everyone's life, including your dog.

Home dog training without discipline, particularly with certain dog breeds, will bring chaos to the atmosphere. And because dogs are like people in that they are social animals, they need some form of discipline in order to function effectively.

When it comes to home dog training and your puppy, he needs to have discipline in his life in order to understand how his pack (you and the rest of your family) functions and how he must act in order to survive. It's a well known fact documented from several surveys that people who practice regular home dog training were more than 70% happier with their pets than people who have never trained their dogs.

Understanding and implementing a decent home dog training program is the core of how well your dog will respond to you and other people and animals. But as always, we would like to touch up on something that we consider important over all and should always be adhered to with your home dog training.

What is it that is so important? It is making sure that you are not using cruel, harsh, and painful home dog training methods to teach your dog the commands you wish. While many people approach home dog training in this manner, in addition to quite a few published books on the subject, it is simply common sense that severe aggression can set in over the long run with using these types of negative-only dog training methods.



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