When it comes to dog obedience training, puppies are most receptive to education from the age of six to eight weeks and at this stage that the basic obedience exercises should begin to take place. It may take until the dog is 5 months old before he fully understands the exercises that you are trying to teach him. Originally dog obedience training should only last a few minutes a day, but you can have multiple sessions per day. Construction duration of the training time in the coming months as the puppy will adapt to the training patterns and are better able to concentrate on the exercises.
Introduce the beginning of the dog obedience exercises with your puppy especially "sit, stay and recall".
Training on 6 months
When your dog is 6 months old, he will be ready for the more formal education. Your dog must have good behavior can be monitored in different situations and follow basic commands like "sit, stay and recall". Moreover, dog obedience training will help you better relate to your dog to create much needed mental stimulation for your dog.
When learning new exercises it is best that you have a park or other such open areas where there are so few distractions available. Trying to do the very best sessions for you and your dog. That way he wants with you and you get the most out of each session. If your dog decides that he is not the obedience training if you try to do it then chances are you'd struggle to have him to learn.
Training an older dog
Older dogs are thoroughly formed habits, both good and bad, and if you bought a dog with bad habits, you several months of repairs. You must be prepared to spend much time and patience have with your dog.
Common dogs bad habits include:
• More than aggression
• Cat hunts
• General Disobedience
• Excessive barking
• Biting, usually through fear
• destructive behavior generally manifests as chewing
• disobedience to specific families (dominance problems)
The usual way that people own an older dog through the adoption of the local pound or perhaps the previous owners moved and were unable to bring their dogs. Still, you get your older dog, he will take more time than a younger dog to adjust to her new home, especially if he came from a wrong environment. It is important to him and feel safe. A good start is to give him his own place to eat and sleep.
Make sure your dog can not be separated if they do not he can not come just, especially when he is traumatized by a previous owner. Keep a collar and leash on your dog as often as possible, unless he is in a room or in his kennel or crate. This is an important routine for your dog to lay down so he will know if you are breast-feeding time when you find him a lift. Generally makes him comfortable and relaxed in his new surroundings. If the dog is very nervous or stressed, so avoid him in a situation such that his stress worse with loud children, loud TVs, stereos, or other dogs.