Practical Commands for Family Pets

Before you begin training your dog, let's look at some equipment you'll want to have on hand:

• A buckle collar is fine for most dogs. If your dog pulls very hard, try a head collar, a device similar to a horse halter that helps reduce pulling by turning the dog's head. Do not use a choke chain (sometimes called a training collar), because they cause physical harm even when used correctly.

• Six-foot training leash and twenty-six—foot retractable leash.

• A few empty plastic soda bottles with about twenty pennies in each one. This will be used to impersonally interrupt misbehaviors before redirecting dogs to more positive activities.

• A favorite squeaky toy, to motivate, attract attention, and reward your dog during training.

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