How To Teach Your Dog To Wave Hello And Goodbye

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. But teaching dogs to say goodbye seems like the oldest trick in the book. Sounds difficult? Not all! Maybe you can even teach them to wave one leg and say goodbye to the other.

One of the possible difficulties is the similarity between the two tricks. Your dog may be confused between the two, so you need to train him to distinguish the two commands correctly.

If you use the right approach and training advice, this shouldn’t be a problem for you. You can get confused sometimes – just remember that your pet is receiving signals from you.

Make sure you understand the instructions before teaching your dog. The training of many dogs depends on the skills of the trainer.

Before getting into the step-by-step training process, it is important to distinguish between manual and verbal instructions.

More Than Words (Just): How to Use Verbal Cues with Your Dog

Verbal cues are people’s favorite when it comes to training their pets. Almost automatically using verbal comments during training. Replicas are also not all orders. Compliments such as “Good boy!” Or “Good job!” Serves as positive reinforcement, enough to teach your dog to repeat the behavior over and over.

Humans are expected to rely on verbalization as the predominantly gregarious species. Unsurprisingly, the same approach is used in pet training.

Remember, however, that learning isn’t all about words. Verbal cues actually help us more than our furry babies, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t use them. Again, training involves using a variety of tricks to help our dogs learn.

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