Wednesday, April 30, 2014

How To Keep Your Dog Out Of The Kitchen

How To To Keep Your Dog Out of The Kitchen? If you are also looking for answers to this very problem, then you are not alone. Many dog owners complain whatever they do they are unable to keep their dogs out of the kitchen. If that is an aspect of your pet's behavior that you've been struggling with, you can get a few highly actionable tips from the video below.

Keeping your dog out of an area:

If you follow the simple steps below then keeping your dog out of an area by using a simple command should not be a complicated process.

  1. Make it clear – Here is a straight shooter tip. Be clear about what you want from the dog - only to the dog or pup but also to yourself. Right! You'd be surprised to know how many people keep moving the goal post which only ends up confusing the dog.
  2. Use tape to make the line clear – Use a tape or baby door to demarcate the area, for both of your benefit.
  3. Train your dog what you want – It won't happen at once, and in some cases it won't happen even for a while. Be patient and keep at it.
  4. Choose a word then practice – You can use clear commands or treats or a combination of both. Dogs like children, are best known to their parents.
  5. Isolation – If your dog has learnt the word but is insisting on being disobedient then you can always use The Everyday Isolation Technique to isolate them when they set foot in the area. This is kind of like the time-out common for truant kids.
  6. Use as little energy as necessary – Try to stay as calm as possible and move your back over the line that you are asking with as little fuss as possible but making it clear and immediate
  7. Avoid eye contact – Remember to avoid eye contact as this actually calls your dog over to you
  8. Consistency – Be consistent and firm. Don't confuse the dog by occasionally bypassing your own rules.
  9. Try to set your dog up so that it is able to see you – If you try to set your dog up where they are unable to see you then it is much harder. Whilst this is possible you should take your time trying to reach this level – remember Step By Step!
Training your dog to stay outdoors:
As with the above you will train your dog the same way except for when your dog is allowed in and you say the release command such as the “OK Command” or “Inside”.

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The important points here are:
1. Be gentle with very young puppies
2. Be confident and sure with older ones.
3. Set them up to win while not giving them too much attention.
4. Repeat this and see if it helps. If not, try isolating the dog for a few hours. Just like a child's time-out, the puppy will learn to differentiate bad behavior from good.

All this while you'll need to remain calm and considerably detached. Use low energy and remain firm.

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