Playing With Your Dog

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Dog Playing

The following are the common mistakes when dog playing. Playing hard with your dog may also lead to him misbehaving, but of course, you will not want to repeat that. First and foremost, it is always important to remember that you do not treat your dog as an enemy. They will have different opinions of you and it is important to know what they think of you before you start shouting at your dog.

Never treat your dog like a person who is being verbally or physically rough treated. You cannot let your dog know that you are rough with them. Instead, you will want to reward them for good behaviour. There are a lot of rewards you can give to your dog that will add to their happiness.

Yapping and screaming at your dog is not playing. These things only serve to irritate your dog and may even make him act out. Instead, listen to your dog and let him talk to you. Be sure to make a point of praising your dog when he does something right and punishing him when he does something wrong. Yelling at your dog will not help you improve his behaviour. That will only make him angry with you.

If you don’t want to be cruel to your dog, you may even consider playing hard to them. Often, playing hard will cause them to behave in the same way. In fact, this is one way you can reward them for playing well. It is a way of making them feel good.

Don’t yell or scream at your dog. Dogs don’t understand this language. They need to communicate and you can’t yell at them or they will understand it is not to be allowed. Instead, reward them when they play well.

Just because you are getting rough words from your dog doesn’t mean you should behave like this. Dogs understand that some people have a lot of wisdom and they will listen to what you have to say. Let them know that you do not mean any disrespect. Simply repeat your request and try not to yell. Then, when they start playing well, tell them to go to the other side.

Dogs will respond positively if you show respect for them. Do not use any harsh language. It could lead to the dog’s aggressive behaviour, which could lead to a lot of problems.

Play with your dog at the right time. You don’t want to turn your playtime into an argument. Just as you would not speak rudely to someone in public, you don’t have to speak rudely to your dog.

There is no need to yell or scream at your dog because they will not understand what you are saying. Instead, learn what is meant by respect and that the use of harsh words is not acceptable. Respect is your reward for good behaviour.

There are many things that your dog likes to do. When playing, be patient with them. Remember, your dog has a much better chance of learning the right way to play by observing you rather than you yelling at them.

Dogs play a lot and if you keep at it, they will learn the right things to do as well. Treat them nicely and do not yell at them when they do something wrong. Over time, you will see your dog learn the basics of discipline and will soon become a respected and confident pet.