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DOG TRAINING AND BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION!

Easy Step by Step Dog Training!

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These articles collectively deal with many aspects regarding how to get good behaviour from your dog.

Included is the Leave Routine - one of my favourites - and a whole swag of information on Attention Seeking behaviours.  Here you will also find information about our Small Group Dog Training Classes.

There are some unique techniques here and all based on minimising punishment.

Have fun!

Dr Cam's Podcasts on

How to Get Good Behaviour from Pets

Cam and Dog

Introduction to How to Get Good Behaviour

Cam and DogSeven steps to get good behaviour

Cam and Dog Why is my current pet so different to my last one?

Cam and Dog The effects of nature and nurture

The Art of Dog Training!

pawprint  The First Critical Step -Assess Your Dog's Behaviour!!

pawprint  Good Behaviour Starts here

pawprint  Ten Steps to a Better behaved pet

pawprint  IQ Test Your Dog

pawprint  Changing Moods

pawprint  Bad Habits

pawprint  Back to School

pawprint  Enrol Your Dog in Dr Cam's Small Group Training Classes

pawprint  Some basic obedience commands

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pawprint  Bridging

pawprint  Hide and Seek

pawprint  Loose Lead Walking

pawprint  Puppy Push Ups

pawprint  Shake Paw

pawprint  Stand

pawprint  Stay

pawprint  Targeting

pawprint  Come

pawprint  Getting Good Behaviour from dogs

pawprint  Talk like a dog

pawprint  The Bad Dog-Good Dog Routine

pawprint  Leave it alone pooch

pawprint  Attention seeking menu

pawprint  Energy To Burn

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Behaviour / Dog Behaviour Solutions / The bad dog good dog routine

The "Bad Dog - Good Dog" Routine

How to Humanely and Effectively Discipline your dog for unacceptable behaviour.

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What is the best way to discipline a dog - using the rolled newspaper, spanking it, chaining it up when it misbehaves or hitting it with a plastic pipe??

If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then you're certainly not a SNAPO (Sensitive New Age Pet Owner, for the ill-informed!!)

A correct approach to punishment is to not use it at all! However, knowing that most dog owners do punish their dogs for wrongful behaviours, you need to know how to use punishment humanely.

What's Wrong with Punishment?

Punishment stops dogs learning. Dogs have only a limited ability to learn when compared with humans. When they are 'emotional' their speed of learning slows down and, in many cases, stops completely.

Harsh punishments confuse dogs. Many dog owners say 'My dog knows he had done wrong! He looks so guilty when I punish him. So why does he continue to do the wrong thing after I punish him?'

The owner is misreading the behaviour. The dog is showing confusion not guilt.  The more you punish your dog, the worse it is likely to become.

Contents of next page (Membership Required)

1. The Principles of Punishment

2. Cone Down on the Problem

3. The Bad Dog - Good Dog Process

4. Let's recap on the process...

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