How to Communicate with you Dog
Dogs use a form of communication and body language to communicate with there owner. First thing you need to do is start paying attention to their body language while playing or even just playing in the yard. The goal is to learn about your dog and what your pooch is thinking. Can help you realize what they needs or want. It also helps you find out what kind of communication is between you and your dog, Once you realize what they want you will establish trust between you and your dog Communication is key for teaching your dog commands. Here are some ways how to communicate with your dog.
When your pooch is trying to tell you the mailman is so on your porch what does he do bark. A dog barking can tell you a lot about what he is trying to say or maybe they are saying “hey” I’m hungry. Next time they bark take time to check out your surroundings.
Training your pooch is the best way to communicate with them. Dogs learn best by words with actions always be constant with your dog so they don’t get confused here is some examples of a vocabulary list for communication.
- Good girl/ boy: when your dog picks the right choice use a low firm voice. For example if they choose a toy over your shoes.
- Sit; Is a good command to teach your dog sit, when you want to get control over them.
- Look at Me; When you want your dogs attention or get the focus off of a cat or something they take to much intrest in.
- Stay: Tells the dog to stay in the position he’s in. Good to teach your dog to stay so when you are wiping there paws or getting a bath they won’t fight you or give your dog posistive reinforcements.
- Stand; Good to teach your dog when you want to teach them to get up off couch to the floor.
- Drop it or Give; This teachs your pooch to give up that new bed you just bought of if your dog picked up something off the floor and want to shallow it.
- Off; A comment to not jump on people or your new couch. A good command to teach you dog to keep them off the new couch.
- Leave It; Command the dog not to pick up an object. Command that you can use while taking a walk so they don’t try to pick up stuff they shouldn’t have.
Communication with your dog makes you and your dog trust. Training your dog on commands will gain you control over situations such as your dog going over the postman and when you tell your dog enough commands they will learn what you expect from them.
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