Ways to Train your Dog: No More Bad Habits from your Pekingese!


Majority of a dog’s negative trait and habit can be removed. There are several ways to train your dog in order to correct him. Any dog can be a priceless companion, and like any other relationship, you are required to work for it. And the best way to train your pekingese entails perseverance, patience, understanding and having a logic just like theirs.

The most obvious and easiest solution to keep your pekingese in chewing your clothes, furniture and anything inside the house while you’re not there is to keep him outdoors. However, a peke is not allowed to stay outdoors for long periods of time since they might suffer from heat stroke. Then my other suggestion to you is to lock the room doors and secure items which you don’t want to be chewed upon and leave him inside your apartment or house.

See to it that your environment for training him is more of reward and motivational kind. Give him his favorite treats when he follows your commands. Resist that urge to yell and scold at him or worse, punishing him as it may cause fear and intimidation.

In training your pekingese, it is necessary that you teach him the good values right from the start. If you teach him from an early age, then the success rate is high.  If you don’t want him to ask you for table scraps, then don’t give him any to begin with. It all boils down to you, really.

Training your pekingese at an early age is very ideal.  The younger the pup, the better will be the outcome of the training. Teaching your pekingese to behave at an early age will lead to a much better respectful animal in the future.

Accidents are common when you are trying to house break your pekingese. Clean up any accident immediately so that your training efforts won’t go to waste. If you leave the mess behind for some time, it would leave a scent behind and he will return to that spot to do his business. You can spray or shampoo a carpet just to remove the scent they left there.

Ways to Train your Dog: No More Bad Habits from your Pekingese!

Ways to Train your Dog

Training is an important part of any dog’s life, as it provides mental and physical exercise while enhancing the bond you have with your dog. When training your dog it’s important to use reward training, often called “positive reinforcement”, this involves rewarding your dog for the good behaviour they have demonstrated.

Reward training has long been recognised as both a highly effective and a positive experience for the dog. You can reward your dog in the form of a tasty food treat or verbal praise such as “good dog!” Reward-based training also involves ignoring any unwanted behaviour like begging for food at the dinner table. This indicates to the dog that unwanted behaviour does not get your attention.

Source: Purina Pet Care, http://www.purina.com.au/dogs/training/commands/positive/

Different Ways to Train your Dog

  1. E-collar Training – An e-collar is a kind of collar which has a remote control that will trigger a lisht electrick shock or vibration. With is, you are able to punish him when he is doing something nasty. This can be an effective method but you should also adjust the intensity level so that you won’t be hurting your dog. If he does a good behavior, never fail to give him a treat.
  2. Training Games – Games is the best way for your dog to get an exercise, both physically and mentally. Studies show that dofs learn faster in training if games are incorporated.
  3. Dog Whispering – This is what the famous Cesar Milan is doing. And he would tell us to stop yelling and shouting commands at our dogs since it is not helpful in any way. Rather, we try to read our dog’s body language so that you can communicate with him on a mutual respect level. If you understand your dog and you are able to communicate with him, then your training would be a success.
  4. Clicker Training – This is a method where a continuous distinct sound is produced to recognize a good habit. At first, the sound is paired with a treat, thus the dog would associate it with reward. The clicking sound would mean reward for him so he would be able to retain all the good habits you taught him.
  5. Whistle Training – Before engaging in whistle training, it is important to introduce this to your dog first. Let him hear several blasts of it and incorporate actions too so that he can understand better. This method is beneficial for distance training. Reward him for every success he will do.
  6. Target-stick Training – A target stick is a stick that is extendable with a built in cliker. You should first rub your stick with dog food so get his attention. The moment he goes to you and sniffs the stick, reward him via a click; do this again and again. Until such time your dog would realize that touching the stick means reward for him. After that, you should get him to follow the stick. Wave the stick above or below his head and then move the stick away. If he follows, reward him with a click. Now that he follows the stick, you can begin your training him on different things.
  7. Marker Training This is the method used by most police force and other government agencies. This training uses both negative and positive behavior to clarify which habits are correct then break it down to simple steps to make their learning process easier.

A well-trained pekingese (or any dog for that matter) can be an enjoyable, life-changing experience that is full of love, companionship and loyalty. Many owners and handlers bring their pets to an obedient school or hire trainers however these ways will just simply rib you from the sense of accomplishment and fun if you get to train them yourself. Why go get other people when you can do it yourself? There are lots of unique ways to train your dog, just choose which one suits you best.

Is there something missing in this post? Do you happen to know other effective methods in training your pekingese? Will you be kind enough to share your knowledge with us? Please do leave your comments below.




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