There are some skills that you can only teach a dog when he is young. This means that the common belief that puppies under the age of six months should not be housetrained is dead wrong. In fact, there are some skills that you will find difficult to teach to a dog older than six months.
Now, the best time to start Boulder dog training would be when he is learning basic life skills, so that the skills he wants to pass on to him are also adopted along with the canine basic life skills.
In this way, the expected behavior would become an integral part of the dog's character. They would be more deeply rooted in him or her. This is not to say that a senior dog cannot be trained. It's just that you would find it more difficult (and less fun) to train the older dog.
It later turns out that some of the people who end up getting the impression that their dogs are trainable tend to be people who try to teach their dogs certain skills too late in the dog's life.
The correct use of rewards and corrections as a key to success in dog training.
When we get to the nitty-gritty of dog training, it emerges that various skills and behaviors can only be passed on and ingrained in dogs through the correct use of rewards and corrections.
The greatest reward you can give a dog is attention. And on the contrary, the greatest correction/punishment you can give a dog is to deprive him of attention.
Therefore, if you want your dog to choose a certain behavior, you must simulate it (or rather illustrate it) and then reward him with attention when he behaves accordingly, and also punish him. when he or she does not behave accordingly.