Five dog training advice from a five-star professional sitter

We may think that we have the ability of a dog speaker when managing our puppies. But the reality begins...
When we walk in a nearby or nearby dog park, the situation becomes more apparent if something doesn't ring. After several (and many) failed attempts, we sought help with basic training.

Tip 1: "Drop it" and "Leave it" command

This is very important when going out for a walk. I walk the dogs on the nearby streets, and when they sniff the grass, they will find chicken bones or other food! If I see something on the road ahead, I will tell them to "leave it" and tie the rope tightly so they will approach me and drive them away from the bad things. Reward your puppy with kibble or liver treatment. If they have picked up a bad thing, such as a cigarette butt or food wrapper, stop walking quickly and issue a command to "put it down."

Tip 2: Change a better one!

When I let the dog throw away something they shouldn't have, such as food, socks, or the toys they caught, I would let them "throw away" and quickly reward them with more valuable things. In this way, we encourage them to always follow the command of “putting it down”.

Tip 3: "Reminiscing" or "coming"

I used the words "memories" and "comes" to call the puppy from outside. They will get a generous reward because they run very fast and sit very well at the treatment station (quiet). We practice a few times a day. If there is a loud siren or other disturbance outside, let the dog excite or scream, that would be great.

Tip 4: "Required barking" is not allowed

Dogs are always neglected because of "demand squeaking" and are then asked to do other things, such as sitting on me to concentrate on getting treatment. They can only be rewarded for good things, which helps to interrupt their mindset.

Tip 5: Turn 180 turns to change direction

As long as your dog starts pulling the belt, let it turn 180 degrees. This allows you to control walking.