Monday, July 19, 2010

3D's And the Choice of Tone in Dog Training Methods

Similarly to human beings, puppies respond and behave differently to human actions and reactions, therefore, a truly successful dog instruction is based on a proactive, positive, non-aggressive training strategy. Considering these issues, experts have stated that a proper use of tone during any puppy training program results in an adequate obedient canine behavior. Lately, the 3D strategy has become popular as it provides owners and trainers with the most effective methods to approach calmly and successfully less suitable behaviors:

1. D (delight) - Delighted tone works perfectly for positive feedback and you want your puppy to recognize and to adopt proper behaviors and attitudes.

2. D (directive) - Directive tone is mainly used to gain authority and respect especially when trainers or owners want to convey correctly the massage of their command. This tone is closely connected to obedience expectations.

3. D (discipline) - A well-trained puppy is expected to develop a proper disciplinary conduct, meaning that they will stick to the rule all the time. Based on owner 's reactions and analogous tone of voice, dogs are able to interpret feedback and motivations and to adopt a disciplinary social behavior.

As for 3D training method, the emphasis falls more on the impact of tone and of gestures and less on the meaning of words. In addition, 3D is an easy-to-use method in both professional and amateurish environments.

Puppies are friendly creatures if you know how to control their reactions, choosing the adequate dog training methods you will have a nice and obedient and non-violent companion.

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