How to Train Your Pet

Training your pet does not necessarily has to involve a pet trainer. There are simpler ways of pet training. These include showing the pet what you want it to do. Pointing at an object is the best way of pet training. An example is pointing at its cage when you want it to go to sleep or rest. If you want it to eat, you should point at its feeding bowl. While pointing at the object you want the pet to use, you should say the name of the action or object clearly, so that the pet hears the name. After a number of days repeating the same routine, you can test if the pest has learned the routine by saying the name without pointing. If the pet responds correctly, then you know that your pet training has worked.
Other conversational signals are easy for pet training. Shaking your head or your palm sideways is a refusal signal. At first you should do it and then hold the pet and make it do whatever you want it to do. When you repeat the signal a number of times, the pet realizes that the signal means refusal and you do not have to touch it. It moves away on its own. The easiest signal for commending the pet is a smile. This is given when the pet has done something good like catching a rodent or pushing a trolley closer. Other complex signals are learnt as derivatives of the simpler ones and it should be a step-by-step process.

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