What a human need for a dog
The dog muscular structure and their tremendous ability to smell and hearing make them an important role in helping to accomplish daily human tasks.
Dogs were an important means of chasing prey and pulling chariots and escorts from the year 1800 BC. There are also trained dogs that lead the blind and deaf in the streets, and housework such as alerting the deaf to the telephone or doorbell.
Dogs have a major role in the military and security sector, such as detecting drugs, fireworks, dynamite, Persian ants, and drowning in water in the depths.
It is possible to search for missing people in earthquakes and fires, and some dogs can listen to sounds that a person cannot hear with his ears, so that the dog is able to hear the ticking of the clock 40 feet away.
How dogs acquire these skills
In the beginning, you must choose the appropriate age (from four to five months) to teach dogs these skills and how to obey their owner.
The dog training program is divided into several sections, namely:
Obedience exercises (summoning): This is the basic exercise on which all exercises are based, as it is not reasonable for the dog to master any exercise if he does not meet the summons.
The dog must know the meaning of the word: (Come), otherwise it is difficult to control any manifestations of his behavior and instincts. You must call the dog “Come” once, but in a loud and clear voice, then turn around and continue your way in the opposite direction.
You see him quickly come to follow you for fear of losing you. Then pat him for encouragement and gently repeat the ball until he gets used to it and learns it.
Walking with a leash: The dog has to get used to discipline and for the dog to be to your left.
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calling for a word such as stand up or any other appropriate word whenever you move forward or late to walk.
Sitting: When you stop, you say to him (sit) and he sits next to you. And when you want to follow the path, you give him the counter command: (Get up) and then continue the path. Walking without a ligament: similar to band exercises, but without it this time.
Carry things by hand gesture: put your dog in the corner of the room, give him the command (sit), then grab a piece of wood about 25 cm long, width and thickness parallel to the handle of a hamme,
or the like. Bring this piece to a distance of 5 cm from his mouth with the saying (Carry ). Certainly, the dog will not understand anything of what is happening, so he will not respond, but by using assertiveness with him,
and repeating the process, he will learn this and understand the meaning of the matter.
Free laying and controlling the instinct to eat and drink: Before serving him food, give him the command to sit, then the command to stay. When executing the command, place the food in front of him and only let him approach it when you give the command.
During these exercises, you should be careful not to disturb others on the street,
so it is preferable at first to train your dog in an empty place. Emphasis on the use of specific words and phrases for the dog to get used to,
with repeating these exercises more than two to three times a day and rewarding him after each training as an encouragement for him.