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Dog Training Statistics

Dog Training Statistics A well trained dog is by far a happier dog! Why? Because a trained dog requires fewer restrictions. The more reliable the dog, the more freedom he is given. Also, he receives more attention and interaction from family members, visitors, and passers-by, than does the ill-mannered dog. "How well trained are they?" My Dog vs Other Dogs "Most dog think their dogs better trained than those belonging to other people" 60 51.9% owners 50 46.2% are 40 30 23.1% 16.1% 20 10 4 or 5 7 or 8 Marks out of 10 (with 10 being the best) "Sit' is the most well-known command with 9 out of 10 dogs knowing how to put their bums on the floor Owners with 3 or more dogs were more likely to have socialised their dog when it was a puppy. Proof that we do learn from our mistakes (eventually)! when told. 50.6% 99-5% of owners think that rewarding good behaviour is most effective when training 94% of people do at least some training with their dog at home. Impressive. Owns 3+ 26.5% dogs 3 dogs or less "Percentage of dogs socialised as puppies" XIIIIIIIIX "How easy was your dog to train?" Owners that went to socialisation Went to puppy socialisation classes found their dogs much easier to train. Only 4.5% of owners that had been gave their dogs less than 3 out of 10 as opposed to 9.6% of those that hadn't. Didn't Go 2% 3% 4% 5% 6% 7% 8% 9% 10% "What is the most important command for a dog to know?" Roll Over! 0.2% Recall Stay 26.9% 54.8% 12.9% Sit fetch! "Have you ever been to a dog training class?" 1 used to go but don't 1 stll go!" any more. 14.4% *This group is what dogs would call favourite owners'. Woof! 32.5% 53-1% Nope, never. Fetch Stay Recall Sit Roll Over! 50.4% 83.8% 82.1% 90.2% 24% "What commands does your dog know?" More Woof! A pet365. .co.uk Copyright 2011 Pet365.co.uk

Dog Training Statistics

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A well trained dog is by far a happier dog! Why? Because a trained dog requires fewer restrictions. The more reliable the dog, the more freedom he is given. Also, he receives more attention and intera...

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