How Do You Train Dog To Head Bob To Music?

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How Do You Train Dog To Head Bob To Music?

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If you compare dogs are very intelligent animals to others, they are very trainable and get along with humans. I have watched many videos where dogs are taught music, and I am amazed at such animal intelligence every time. I love dogs very much, and I also love learning new facts. Training advice from Depend On Dogs helps me a lot in this, where I can learn a lot of useful and interesting information.

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First,  you should realize what music your dog loves. Try to put more genres of music and see how it behaves, so you will realize what music he likes. Then try to dance in front of him and show him what movements you would like him to learn. I assure you it will not be all at once, but the dogs feel the rhythm very well and this will seem natural to them, every time they hear the music. More details you can find here https://www.happyhealthydogblog.com/. You have to try to train him every day, if you want to succeed.

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Have you seen those home videos that the dog bobs its head to music? Wouldn’t it be fun to video tape your dog bobbing its head to a few songs? If your dog loves treats and has a relatively decent attention span, you can train the family pet to bob head to music. Some dogs can get startled by loud music. Select one song you’d like to train your dog to bob their head to and play it for a few days to get your dog used to it. Stand in front of your dog. Give dog the sit command and award with pet treat. Turn on the music. Hold pet treat in your hand. Let dog smell the treat. Hold the treat just out of dog’s reach. Move your hand up and down to the beat of the music. Dog will follow your hand movement. Give dog the treat and praise. Repeat step four increasing the amount of time before you give the dog the treat. The family pet will be bobbing his head to the music beat following your hand in no time!

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