Dog training is the
process of teaching a dog to perform certain behaviors under various
circumstances and in certain roles.
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It is a general term not describing by itself either what or how
the dog is taught.
There are as many areas to train a dog in as there are methods. Most often
certain methods, or combinations of methods are applied to any area of
training. Obedience, herding, agility, tracking, retrieving, hunting,
guarding are common areas of dog training.
Teaching a dog basic obedience commands (part of obedience training)
Teaching a dog to perform tricks casually or for circus acts
Teaching a guide dog to lead the blind
Teaching a rescue dog to find victims of a disaster
Helping a hunting dog learn to perform its instinctive behaviors at
The specific behaviors taught in each case are different, but the
underlying principles are similar.
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As pack animals, wild dogs have natural instincts that favor cooperation
with their fellow dogs. These instincts have been refined and exaggerated
through years of selective breeding by humans, and are manifested in the
domestic dog’s adeptness at correctly interpreting and responding to
signals given by a human handler. The handler is simply whoever is working
with a dog at the time.
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