how to train my dog to attack other animals?
I live in a not so safe neighborhood. A lot of wild animals around, lets just say. If some black raccoon or dark colored fox decides to jump into my yard and break into my house again, what is the best way to train my dog to attack it? I don’t want my dog to be attacking all my white friends and stuff so can I train it to attack animal specific colors like black or something? That way if these animals keep jumping my fence I can use my dog to bite them off.
Ok what u do, is put it in cage not feed it for a week straight then walk in its cage naked with raw meat rapped around your wasit and neck.
HOW TO TRAIN A DOG NOT TO BITE?
I have a little jack russell who i am worried might bite a little kid if they were to pull her ear or something….what should i do? how can i train her?
Wait till it tries then scream at him and hit him in the head with a rolled up news paper. That’s the traditional method. If u want to modern day and politicaly correct take him to a dog trainer.
how do you potty train a dog and what dog breed does not bite (it ok if it nips)?
I am thinking of getting a puppy. I do not want a dog too big, but not too small that it might get lost. (cuz i have a big house) I also wanted to know how to potty train a dog because i dont want doggy doo or pee on the floor. thx!
Below are Crate Training/House Training Tips.
When you are leaving the house, or going to bed for the night, do the following. Never actually shove the dog in the crate, either throw treats in there, or sqeek a toy and put it in there. The dog will eventually learn that they have to go in, if you place them in front of the crate, and say the word.. Place the dog in the crate, along with some safe toys. Close the door, give a treat, and say your crate command.(Such as, night night, crate, or bed). Leave.
**I DO NOT SUGGEST CRATING PUPPIES THAT ARE YOUNGER THAN 12 WEEKS**
Repeat slowly extending the time, and make sure you leave time between kennel times, to spend with your puppy. Never expect your puppy to stay in his kennel longer than the age he is in months plus one. (example, if your puppy is 5 months old, only leave it in there for 6 hours. No dog/puppy should stay in it’s kennel longer than 7-8 hours.
1.Try to teach them that their crate is a good place. Reward them when you place them in the crate. This is teaching them, that a treat comes with good crate behavior. Always keep your dog in the crate, unless you can keep a good eye on him.
2. Another option, if you do not want to place your dog in the kennel all of the time, hook his leash to your belt loop, this way he can not go off and use the restroom somewhere, and you don’t know about it.
3.Always take him outside after;(ON A LEASH); rough play, after he eats or drinks, after being let out of his crate, after he wakes up after a night or if he is,
sniffing,staring at you,whining, or sitting at the door.
4.Don’t ever hit your dog, or rub his nose in his mess. This will just teach the dog to be afraid of you.
5.Don’t feed him or give him to much water, before you plan to put him in his cage.
6.Don’t expect your dog to hold it’s restroom, more than the age of the dog in months, plus one. But no dog should have to hold it’s bladder more than a 7-8 hours.
7.Be patient!! That is the key, to housetraining. Of course if you get too overwelmed, you can always buy a book, or ask a professional trainer!
8.Always, when he goes to the bathroom ouside, give lots of praise and treats!!
9. If you expect your puppy to go outside, and dont use puppy pads when he gets older, starting out with puppy pads, is not a good idea, because this trains them that it’s ok to go inside, and then before they know it, they cant, it is to confusing for them.
10. Work out a schedule that fits your lifestyle. Feed your dog the same time every day.
11.When you go outside, stay outside until he uses the restroom.
12. Dogs while first potty training, need to go outside every 2-3 hours.
13.Do not make the dog smell his mess, strike him or lock him ouside. This will just confuse the pup, and it might be afraid of you.
14. Ignore whining, unless you KNOW that he/she has to go to the bathroom.
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