Don't ignore your dog's training because you think you lack the ability to make a success of it. This is definitely because they do not know how. To train your dog successfully, you need to understand the basic principles of training your dog. Read this information to learn how to properly train a dog.
Rewarding dogs properly and generously is the key to training. It is essential that your dog get treats at the proper times and in the correct amounts. If your timing is off, your dog will not understand what you are rewarding.
During the dog training process, take care not to inadvertently reinforce bad behavior. In basic terms, this means refusing to reward your dog, via attention or treats, for doing any action that you are trying to get them to stop doing. For instance, do not rub its head when it comes and jumps at you when you get home when you do not want your dog to do this.
With patience and a handful of tasty treats, you can easily teach your pet to roll over. The first step is to teach your dog to lay. Then, hold the treat over your dog's head and swipe it above and around his head, causing him to roll over. He will probably follow the treat, rolling side to side as it moves. As he rolls over say out loud, “roll over.” Repeat this until he rolls over with the command alone. Do not let a lack of early success frustrate you. This takes repetition to nail down, but once you do, you will have the star dog on the block.
When training dogs, use a similar tone and volume when you give commands. They will know this tone of your voice and associate it with being in trouble. Your dog needs to understand that there is a difference between the tone you use to discipline your dog from the tone you use to give an order.
Have a treat ready to reward your dog after it properly completes a task you ask it to do. Your dog should realize why you are happy with him. Your dog will soon learn the difference between good and bad behavior.
Approach an unfamiliar dog slowly, offering only the backside of your hand for his inspection. Extending your hand lets the animal familiarize himself with your unique scent, making him more receptive to a friendly interaction. Dogs are more likely to be friendly and obedient if they recognize you.
This knowledge should provide you with the confidence to train any dog. The information you learned here is good but remember that there's always more to learn, so keep on the lookout for new information and apply it whenever you can and you should see results soon.