How to Teach Your Dog to Talk by Arthur J. HaggertyAre you and Rover ready for some new challenges? How to Teach Your Dog to Talk offers 125 easy-to-learn tricks that are guaranteed to entertain, protect, and educate the both of you. From simple bits to spectacular acts worthy of a show business agent, and a full range of advanced training and safety techniques, Captain Haggerty--hailed by the New York Times as the worlds most experienced dog trainer--proves you can teach an old dog new tricks. Includes a selection of tricks ideal for kids to teach the family pooch as well as notes on the breeds that excel at specific activities.
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How to Train Your Dog to Speak or Be Quiet
Show less And once your dog has those commands down, you can teach her more complex speech behaviors like barking to be let out to go potty or barking to announce visitors at the door. To teach your dog to speak, start by playing a game with it to make it excited and energetic. Then, once your dog is pumped up, hold out a treat in plain sight. Wait until your dog notices the treat, then quickly hide it behind your back.
Teaching your dog to speak on cue can be a fun trick as well as a useful behavior. You also can reward your dog for just one bark, as opposed to barking non-stop for several minutes. Compare Breeds Compare up to 5 different breeds side by side.
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While excessive barking can be a huge problem, teaching the speak and quiet commands with dedication and consistency can both sharpen your dog's natural instinct and allow you to stop your dog from barking when needed. Different dog trainers and owners have varying techniques, but the basic methods explained below work for many dogs. To start the training, you will need some small and delicious dog treats or your dog's favorite toy. Rewards should be immediate and very valuable. You need to make the action worth it to your dog. It is a good idea to start with the quiet cue and make sure your dog knows it before moving on to the bark cue.