Effect Of Training In The Dog Brain

EFFECT OF TRAINING IN THE DOGS’ BRAIN Finding lost items ADVANTAGES Provides mental stimulation to OF DOG dogs which is essential to raising a well-balanced dog TRAINING Bonding with your dog YOUR DOG BECOMES PHYSICALLY ADDICTED TO LISTENING TO YOU! Brain > Dorsal view Training stimulates pleasure center of dog's brain • Boosts release of pleasure chemical, Oxytocin Reduces levels of stress chemical, Cortisol Makes your dog want to REPEAT positive behaviors Improves your dog's ability to read body language Increases appropriate response to verbal cues Dog feels more confident at home & in public Dog associates you with good feelings & fun Dog is happier, less anxious, more social Hind brain STIMULATES THE DOG'S BRAIN AND MAKE IT MORE EFFICIENT AND POWERFUL The dog's brain, like ours, has two major parts: Enhances the dog's intelligence rather than its instinctive knowledge 1 Cerebrum Controls learning, emotions, and behavior 2 Cerebellum Controls muscles Intelligence Belgian Shepherd dog Malinois is often defined as an Sensitive to changes in their environment, including not only those in the atmosphere, but in our own expression and moods as well ▼ ability to comprehend meaning and a capacity to understand More games or toys to play with THE DOG’S BRAIN FUNCTIONALITY AND DOG BEHAVIOR ITS SIZE ARE Can suppress even their strongest natural instincts INCREASED THROUGH: New changes of scene to explore v 00 Ability to perceive and interpret the signals it receives from More interaction with animals and other people the environment Can also reason and think for themselves as Replacement Behavior A positive behavior that you train your dog to do as a replacement to you notice your dog doing their bad behavior. By rewarding this replacement behavior with treats, dogs become more moti- vated to perform the good replacement behavior instead of their naughty behavior. A replace- puppy a treat every time they go ment behavior you can use on puppies who will potty on the carpet when you are not looking, is place to go potty. This helps to instead ring a bell that is hung from a door when they need to go habits. potty. Getting a reward for ringing a bell, becomes much more rewarding then getting scolded for eliminating on your carpet. Captured Behavior A captured behavior is a behavior A simple behavior that your dog Incompatible Behavior seen most dramatically when they save lives, determining in an instant the best naturally, like eliminating outside in the grass instead of indoors, where you give your dog a treat the instant they do the appropriate behavior. By giving a always reward your dog for can be told to do that directly conflicts with their ability to do the naughty behavior. One way to use incompatible behaviors on dogs who like to chase things, is to Greater sensory stimulation ▼ response to a crisis making eye contact with you potty outside they learn to associ- whenever they see something new. ate outside as a more positive By building this habit, dogs can be trained to look to their owners for instructions when anything new enters their environment... even squirels. establish good potty training TOP SEVEN EASIEST TO TRAIN DOGS SHETLAND SHEEPDOG DOBERMANN BORDER COLLIE POODLE GERMAN SHEPHERD Medium-Large Small-Large Large SIZE LABRADOR RETRIEVER England 1800s. Bred by cross- breeding Bearded and Harlequin Collies with Pointers or Setters. COUNTRY Germany, Middle Ages OF ORIGIN Germany TRAINABILITY Excellent Good Excellent TOP SEVEN HARDEST TO TRAIN DOGS PAPILLON CHOW CHOW AFGHAN HOUND BASENJI BULLDOG BEAGLE Large Small-Large Small-Large SIZE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN Afghanistan Zaire England TRAINABILITY Difficult Bad Difficult BORZOI (RUSSIAN WOLFHOUND) THE 4 BEST DOG MEMORY TRAINING OPTIMIZES YOUR ENHANCERS: DOG'S BRAIN FUNCTION: • Regular training • Plenty of exercise > Good diet > Regular socialization • Physically alters the structure of the brain • Expands the number of brain circuits used • Problem solving skills are improved • Prevents cognitive decline & memory loss BLOODHOUND FIVE EASIEST TRICKS TO TEACHA DOG ROLL OVER PLAY DEAD CATCH SHAKE A PAW BEG FIVE HARDEST TRICKS TO TEACHA DOG SPIN DOG BALANCING A BOOK SNEEZE TAIL FETCH JUMP THROUGH ARMS POPULAR TECHNIQUES FOR EASIER DOG LEARNING Start with a good leash Show affection Big hug "Good boy" Pat on the STATISTICS head Guidelines Start with few basic commands: "Sit" "Stay" "Heal" "Roll Over" "Stop" Introduction to the exterior and interior of the Always reward your dog immediately after it performs the desired action 6.6% 19.2% house. Teach dogs early on some boundaries very committed dog owners spend more than 20 hours a week spend less than 30 minutes per week training their dog, which is alarming Make sure you are using a treat that is of high value to your dog to provide motivation Teach in short but frequent training sessions: 3-5 minutes is best Up to 10 times throughout a day, depending on your dog's attention span 3.2% Female of dog owners do not train their dogs dogs are easier to obedi- ence train than males. Keep commands one or two- syllable words - which is easiest for the dog to identify Ensure there are no distrac- tions in the environment when teaching a new trick Results to 9-10 trained dog rating, with 10 as highest Always end on a high note - if Remember to keep training fun for you and your dog the 5 minutes are almost up, and your dog is doing well, stop.

Effect Of Training In The Dog Brain

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Your dog becomes physically addicted to listening to you! Training stimulates pleasure center of dog'd brain. It boosts release of pleasure chemical---> Oxytocin.


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