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Good Boy! Building A Brilliant Bond With Your New Dog

October 11, 2018

The relationship we can have with our dogs can be one of the most fulfilling we have in our entire lives. Not only do we learn the benefits of responsibility, especially at a young age, but you can very quickly learn that a dog can give you unlimited love. Now we could mention the cost of keeping a dog at this stage, but we will very quickly sideline that! But it's not to say that it's all an easy task, when you have a new dog, you have to learn how to build a bond with them. Are there any ways for us to do this quickly and effectively?

 

 

Clear and constant communication

Confusion is one of the biggest enemies of a worthwhile relationship with a dog. While you have to show them who's boss, ensure that you give commands with authority, and make sure that your communication doesn't just consist of your voice. Visual signals can be learned by dogs far quicker than local ones. So when we are communicating with our dogs, be definite, and this will make life a lot easier for both of you.

 

Structure their training

You may have got a dog that suffered a difficult past, and this could result in various behavioural issues. They may find threats in the littlest of things. You don't want to be held responsible if your dog ends up biting a random passerby. You can contact BillHurst.com for info if you ever get entwined in a legal conflict relating to this, but the best defense is ensuring this doesn't happen in the first place. Structuring the training benefits you and them. If they listen when you call them, and stand at your feet, they will be allowed off the leash more. Think about structuring their training so they can get the most out of it, and you can focus on having fun with them.

 

Keep them happy

A solid relationship with your dog isn't just about showing you have knowledge of the right commands, you have to do what you can to ensure that they are happy. If they're not happy, they will get frustrated, and they will get aggressive. One simple way to fix this is to ensure they have a varied diet. Dogs tend to like a handful of things, but if you are concerned with their overall health, you can find foods that will benefit their mood as well as their health. On IHeartDogs.com you can look at some items you can sneak into your dog's food so that they will be healthier. But to keep them happy, it's all about their diet, but keeping it simple.

 

It's not completely complex, but when you're trying to build a bond with your new dog, you can very easily get overwhelmed by the amount of information that's out there. Instead, trust your instincts, and focus on both of you. Think about what they like, and work towards that, but at the same time, getting grounded in some of the basics of training, and you will build a brilliant bond.

 

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