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For many new dog owners, training a puppy is a long and difficult process. It can be extremely overwhelming when you don’t see results quickly, and it becomes far too easy to just give up, allowing your puppy to romp about your house, reigning control over your family life.
This report outlines some of the most effective strategies used by experienced dog trainers so that you can see results quickly.
(Report is 9 pages, 1358 words in length)
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Excerpt from report:
Most professional dog trainers use clicker training as a way of helping puppies identify and associate positive behavior with rewards. Clicker training usually begins when your puppy is between 7-12 weeks of age and is done by using a clicking device that can be purchased from most pet stores.
With clicker training, you may instruct your puppy to “Sit”. You begin by repeating the command, “Sit”, clicking the device only when your puppy has obeyed. You then reward your puppy with a treat once he or she has followed your command.