With the changing time the older techniques of training a dog has been revived and new techniques which is devoid of bullying, humiliation and punishment has been implemented. In spite of the intense variety of methods, almost every successful dog training system is preceded on positive support techniques that are advocated by many dog lovers. Their effectiveness can be heightened significantly if the trainers remember to train it young, act gently and emphasize prevention of making mistakes. These three points, if always kept operating in the background, serve to push the effectiveness of any training technique in a positive direction.
All of the new, more effective, recommended means of dog training share common aim to garner effective result and 100% result could have been achieved if the training is started at a young age. Remember the popular adage "you can not teach an old dog new tricks" which is applicable in most of the cases but it is not entirely true in case of dog because any dog, regardless of age, can learn new things. The only difference is that the puppies will learn much faster and do not have deep-rooted behaviors that must be un-learned than an older dog. The earlier you are able to start training your pet; You will reap the benefits of increased effectiveness.
Dogs are social animals and develop a real attachment to their owners which further advances the opportunities of learning sincerely to impress their owners. Therefore owners are reminded to be gentle with their pets and try to make your training process a cooperative exercise instead of making a battle. Produce yourself as an ally for a trainee rather than a rival through your training process and a failure will affect your training process adversely even in the case of aggressive behavior of your dog.
Too often, it has been found that the trainers found themselves to lose their interest in constantly correcting the unsuitable behavior of their pet. It is recommended that not waiting for your dog to repeat the mistake, you take the preventive measure beforehand as you must be familiar with the popular saying that "prevention is better than cure." Such mind-set will help the owner to intervene before before a problem is created instead of simply responding to the problem that willbridge the need for correction efforts and can help urging quick progress and thus decreases frustration through the training process making it more enjoyable for both The dog and the owner.