Why employ reward based dog training

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  1. 1. Why Employ Reward-Based DogTraining Online Pet Accessories
  2. 2. There are a lot of psychological principles at play when trying to understand and explain dog behavior, and in turn use this knowledge to train them to do great tricks. One master may have to observe how his pets respond more to newer dog toys than to older ones, before he could ever realize how he ought to change tactics by and by, thereby reducing boredom and increasing interest through time. Now there are many facets to what animal psychology can teach us about how to keep the dog interested in training and how he might finally get those amazing tricks you as owner would surely brag about. Well, there is a key term to describe the kind of training which suffices to answer for this ultimate goal. It is actually a reward-based training that gains the most benefit in least time. So how would you sum up the fundamental points as to why you should employ a reward-based dog training above all the other kinds? Here are the addends. 1. Dogs will always then have a positive motivation. As opposed topunishment-based training, the positive, reward-based techniqueerases the fear factor and instead motivates in a manner thatmakes use of good pleasure. 2. They will have an increasing sense of the difference between goodand bad performances. A variety of cheap pet supplies can beused to reward varying levels of dog performances. A certain,satisfactory feat can be granted a simple pet toy, while anexcellent one can correspond to a new bowl and a special meal.The strata of rewards will then help the dog discern betweensatisfactory and really great feats, and still retain the fact thatboth have harmless rewards.2011 Online Pet Accessories Page | 1
  3. 3. 3. They will soon find it very pleasurable to perform beautifully.With an appropriate reward awaiting each performance, the dogeventually develops the instinct to desire showing beautifulperformances. 4. They will be challenged and encouraged to try harder tricks. Notonly would dogs become aspirants to doing more wondrous feats,they would also become more daring at accomplishing morechallenging tricks, even those of the type that makes them untietheir own dog collars. Here the reward is still the main motivatorand the value of that reward is instinctively understood ascommensurate to the challenge surpassed. Now as opposed to human beings who are being encouraged to let self be governed by altruistic principles, dogs and other pets may have to first be abundantly embraced with appreciation in the form of rewards before they could ever learn loyalty and somehow display altruism themselves. This then requires the owner not only the faithfulness to granting new dog beds as rewards to extremely powerful pet performances, but to show unconditional love and grace whenever the dogs simply fail.2011 Online Pet Accessories Page | 2