Importance Of Training A Dog

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Ya think people like it when their dog tears up toilet paper rolls? If they do, then for one, they’re dumb, and on the other hand they didn’t think about the actual dog at all. If their dog is an untrained mutt who doesn’t know right from wrong, then there might be consequences later on. To be honest, if they don’t train the dog whatsoever, then it might not even like the owners. Training their dog should be mandatory because it promotes the health and safety of the dog, the family, and the community. (5) To start out, it may hurt the dog if it’s not thoroughly trained. First, if it doesn’t get the muscle memory to know where it’s house is, then it may never come back. I know this because my dog had a similar experience. She was on a walk …show more content…
The rules in many places would be severely decreased. The one rule that will stay the same is that people need to pick up after the dog. But if it’s trained, it will know to poop away from everything. Secondly, It might have the same right as us humans: freedom. For example, my dog was thoroughly trained by the best, and she almost is never on a leash. People can let their dog roam around wherever they want as long as they know they will come back to them. Another thing is that some places that don’t allow them, might be able to allow them. Some dog owners wish they could bring their dog with them everywhere they go. Then everyone needs to train their dog and maybe the requirements will slightly change. In conclusion, it will make the community a safer and better place to live. …show more content…
First, not just in the community, the dog will have very much freedom. My dog originally had a lot of limits but now that she’s trained she can do a lot of things. It could be as small as letting her get on the couch. Or maybe as big as being able to trust someone to dogsit them. Second, spoiled will sound like a good term when it’s trained. If the dog’s behavior is consistently good, then it could get more treats or bones. My dog would be called spoiled because she gets a treat every time she goes to the bathroom. Some dogs don’t even get fed, that’s why this is significant as well. Third, the family members will be very happy to have an obedient dog. If it got noticed behaving very well, then they would be very proud of it when it gets compliments. Also, it would be a lot more fun at home because it would know how to play nice and clean. I think it would be impossible not to like this dog if it is exactly how I explained. In conclusion, families will have a lot more freedom and fun with a dog that knows right from wrong. (14) To sum it all up, training the dog should be the top priority of all dog owners. It will benefit the safety of the dog, the family, and the community. The thought of this is very promising for all pet owners. The thought of every family being like mine in the way of having a dog, warms my heart. I hope they’ve been listening throughout my discussion because if they were, then

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