dog owner is fully aware of the need to train his or her
dog from the very beginning of ownership.
you have adopted an older dog from a shelter or have
bought a new puppy, it is important that you train your
dog right from the start to ensure that he or she picks
up the rules of your house very quickly and
also instills in your dog a sense of how to behave in
any situation, which can help to keep you, your family
and your dog safe. However, if you are living with a
blind dog there's a possibility that you've neglected to
start the training process.
with a blind dog has an interesting effect on owners; owners
seem to believe that they
do not have to treat their blind dog the same as they
would a “normal” or sighted dog. (this is most
prevalent when it comes to training your blind
could be further from the truth. If
you are living with a blind dog, then it is important to
start the training process as soon as possible because
it will help to establish boundaries as well as a proper
dogs are often more easily trained than “normal
dogs” because they rely on their other senses and seem
to know that learning can make their lives easier.
should use commands, tone of voice and even stamping a
foot to get your dog’s attention while showing them
what to do. They will associate words with actions as
any other dog would.
doing this, there's
no reason why training and living with a blind dog
should be any more difficult than with any other dog.
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