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Does your dog seem to have a mind of his own? You know, he gives you that look when ever you try and give him a command that says “I really don’t have to do what you say.” When it comes to dog obedience training there can be only one master and for many people their dog is the one in control. When they go for a walk their dog tugs and pulls and runs after other people and their dogs. Training an obedient dog is not necessarily hard; it just takes some time and patience.

One of the best known and successful dog obedience training techniques is the reward system. Operating on the “nothing in life is free” theory it is based around the fact that all dogs love to be rewarded for being obedient. Because nothing is free your dog has to do something good to get something in return. As an example if you would like to take him on a walk he should be required to sit or lie patiently until you put his leash on. His reward for remaining calm is the walk. These obedience training techniques revolve around the idea that eventually your dog will begin to realize that in order to get what he wants he will have to do what he is told. If he doesn’t do what you wish just walk away. Yelling or trying to force good behavior will not work. Walk away and come back 5 minutes later and try again. Do not give in until your dog exhibits the behavior you desire. When he comes to realize that you are in charge then he will begin to do what you ask to get what he wants. There is a natural hierarchy in the dog world.

When they are born their mother is the leader of their little pack. What she says, through a language that dogs understand, is law for any puppy and his siblings. When a puppy is taken away from its family it tries to establish dominance and be the leader of his new family. It is a well known fact that an obedient dog is a dog that knows and understands who his master is. In this case it must be you, his owner. If you allow your dog to gain a dominant position in your house it will become increasingly difficult to establish any kind of obedience. And this does not mean that your dog will be aggressive to get what he wants. Many dogs get what they want by being cute. One look with those “puppy dog eyes” and many dog owners give in to whatever their dog wants.

Dog obedience training can be extremely rewarding to both dog and owner. The dog learns what its boundaries are and the human master gains the respect and friendship of a creature will do nothing but bring happiness and joy to you and your family’s life.