Getting creative with dog training is a fad right now. The approaches used are based on what makes the owner of the dog proud rather than what makes sense to the dog.
A very creative approach to dog training is when one bribes it to do a certain task. For instance, when you task a dog to do something with food or a toy, and if it does it, correctly you reward it. In the dog training the owner of the dog is not involved, you just stand, wait and hope and see what happens. If it does the right behavior, you reward it. If it doesn’t, do not reward it.
Another creative method of training your dog is using a clicker, this is a metallic device that produces a click when pressed with your finger, it a form of the operant condition. (Some might remember this from their college physical education classes.)
This is how it works, the time when the dog is doing a desirable behaviour and sound the click, then give the dog a treat. Then the dog learns that the moment it doing something good and it hears the click then food will be there for him or her. This is a very noble idea for the food-oriented Dogs, other dogs wouldn’t care about it.
The exigency of getting creative dog training is instilling obedience to the dog, especially when you call your dog in the presence of distraction, training your dog how to stand or behave when it is being brushed or when the skin is being groomed. The most important thing is teaching the dog how to behave in the presence of strangers or when it sees other animals. Every family is looking for a civilized family dog that will not embarrass in the presence of visitors.
Just like one opens an elevator door for another person to get in the response in positive. Furthermore, when you decide to take an extended lunch break, and your boss gives you a pay dock, the response is negative. The same applies to the dogs during training.
The best example is when a puppy plays with it mother well it gets a positive response either you can see the mother grooming it or just licking its skin gently, but when the puppy gets rough, the mother is quick to correct it, either by a growl or bite, this is a negative response. This does not stop the puppy from playing with its mother again, but it becomes gentle.
Balanced dog training is the best way to training these lovely pets, where the behaviour can give either positive or negative consequences.
A positive consequence is whereby the dog is rewarded with praises, smiles, and treats after a desirable response.
The negative consequence is where the undesirable behaviour is corrected either by raised your voice or leashing collar. This does not necessarily mean yelling of choking the dog. There is a desirable way of this approach of training. You can either say yea or nay especially where the behaviour is not allowed. When you respect your dog, it will in return respect you.