Disciplinary methods that are considered to be positive and beneficial are:
Disciplining your dog through counter conditioning involves using a lot of treats, preferably small ones. If you know what causes your dog to snap, you must desensitize him to these triggers and reward him when he reacts properly. It's not a short-term process.
When you do catch your dog chewing, stop it with a verbal command or a loud noise. When your dog stops, provide a chew toy. When your dog starts chewing on the toy, provide praise and positive reinforcement. Chew toy choices vary.
How to Discipline Dogs Which Are Fighting
If a dog snaps at you, that behavior must be stopped. Disciplining your dog doesn't consist of hitting him and yelling, though he must recognize a firm tone in your voice. Discipline consists of establishing firm boundaries and ensuring your dog recognizes them.
Without a lot of drama, immediately take them to their outside bathroom spot. Praise your pup and give a treat if they finish there. Don't punish your puppy for eliminating in the house. If you find a soiled area, just clean it up.
Don't Punish Growling If you punish your dog for growling, you will only inhibit growling. You won't have done anything to address the underlying issue. For example, punishing your dog for growling in the presence of other dogs will stop the growling. However, your dog will still feel uncomfortable around other dogs.
One way mother dogs train and discipline puppies is to restrain them. Mothers often do this by taking their mouth and putting part of the puppy's head into her jaws. The mother does not bite her puppy; she simply controls the pup's head to prevent the pooch from continuing her movements.
Whippets must be trained with consistency and gentleness but they are quite sensitive to scolding. Owners should never be harsh to them. Use only positive reinforcement. Always be a pack leader and don't let Whippets develop small dog syndrome.
How to Discipline a Pitbull Puppy (The Right Way)
Don't be scarce on discipline. Dobies should respond well to a firm "no". The scold should be directed at him/her, so at the dog and point at them. Dobermans don't respond well to physical punishments, and hitting or physically punishing your dog is animal abuse.
How to Discipline Your Cat
The best form of discipline in this case is to simply ignore the dog. So make sure you are always prompt with your rewarding and discipline so your Rottweiler understands why they are being rewarded and also so they understand what they did wrong.