How to train my dog to ignore other dogs

How to Train Your Dog to Ignore Other Dogs

How to train my dog to ignore other dogs

Frustrated with your dog constantly barking at other dogs and people while walking him?

Well, it’s not hard to stop this trait especially when they’re very young. Once you know how to correct the behavior you’ll have more fun with your dog, rather than feeling embarrassed in front of others.

The trick is teaching your dog to ignore other dogs as a puppy, if possible, especially when training them to walk on a leash. Have them ignore other dogs and people on walks will make it a lot easier for you and him when walking out in public.

For this situation, you are preparing your pooch to act in a particular way in specific situations instead of showing him another undertaking or errand. While you may need to utilize some type of order word in the first place, the aim is for your dog to overlook different canines without being told. This is significant conduct for your canine to learn as you should have the option to go for strolls without agonizing over his conduct. In the event that you can’t do this, it becomes unreasonably simple for your pooch to not get the activity he needs. You should show your pooch to disregard as youthful as could reasonably be expected, ideally while you are preparing him to stroll on a rope. And yet, you can prepare a more established canine to carry on strolls, it may very well require some investment. Regardless of what age your puppy happens to be, figuring out how to carry on around different canines could spare him from genuine injury or more awful on the off chance that he winds up in a battle.

Barking at other dogs and people

If you are looking for the greatest gold-mine of easy to use “change your dog’s behavior” advice crammed into one-page then read on!

My friend’s family picked their new puppy back in October of 2019 and it’s the first dog they have had, so there was much Mark didn’t know about dogs. They named their new German shepherd puppy Walter and I gave him a crash course one day on training and told him to pick up a training manual I have been recommending for over 8 years. Well, he didn’t. Now being about 10 months old he’s been developing this annoying characteristic of barking. More specifically, he barks at and tries to scare other dogs and even strangers he considers dangerous both outside and to those who come over, although he’s told not to.  In frustration, he called me and we had a conversation.

He told me that the other day while walking Walter, he almost lost hold of the leash, and he seemed to be close to attacking another male dog that lived down the street. That’s why I decided to give you a call. I’m losing control. I told him to bring the dog over two days later so I can see the reaction to my dogs and we’ll go on from there.

In this case, you are training your dog to behave in a particular manner in specific situations rather than teaching him another task or simpler command without the presence of interference. While you may need to utilize some type of command word in the beginning, the intention is for your dog to overlook different dogs without having to be told. This is an important behavior for your dog to learn as you should have the option to take your dog for walks without worrying about his behavior. In the event that you can’t do this, it becomes far too easy for your dog to not get the activity he needs. You should teach your dog to overlook these distractions as young as conceivable, preferably while you are training him to walk on a leash. And yet, you can train a more established dog to behave on walks, it may very well take somewhat more time. Regardless of what age your pup happens to be, learning to behave around different dogs could save him from genuine injury or more regrettable on the off chance that he ends up in a fight.

Technique for calming your dog down

The extremely significant point to remember is that you are investing your time to show your dog that in the event that they quiet down beneficial things will happen (have treats handy). After some time your dog begins to learn that the more settled they are the more likely they will meet different dogs.

Younger dogs, specifically, will frequently require more calming ( a no, lite pull on the leash, command to sit, good boy-treat..continue walk) than more seasoned dogs and this preparation will positively pay off over the long haul.

The key to calming your dog in this circumstance is to set up yourself as the alpha head. This will take a brief period and preparing, yet it’s not as hard as it sounds.

There are 6 words that I drill into my dog’s vocabulary.

  1. No
  2. Good boy
  3. Sit
  4. Come here
  5. Heel (this command is for him to sit on my left side)
  6. Down (and will stay down until I call him or snap my fingers)

You should also say their name before each command.

Now, my own dogs have 13 basic commands I teach them and on occasion reinforce them when we play or when they are around me in different situations, but with my experience, 20+ yrs., those are the basic 6 words/commands every dog should know by heart, so to speak. By commanding these words, you can control any situation. ANY!

Yes, it does take time but not as much as you think.  10 minutes 3-4 times a day, especially when they are young. To be honest, age should not be a problem, just a little extra time.

Look at this as having a newborn baby. They get lots of attention when they first come into a family. It’s the attention factor I am talking about here. The 10 minutes you have to afford your puppy and if not, then don’t get a dog. This is why you see so many unruly dogs not minding their master. Oh yea, puppies are so cute and playful. True! But, if you don’t train them early and properly, their really not fun anymore if you have to keep yelling at them and maybe just putting them outside.

If you can’t stand the heat, don’t build the fire.

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I hope this helps you all reading this. Good luck, and please let me know how you progress but leaving a comment.

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