Training Your Dog, the Lazy Way

  Have you ever had trouble training your dog to follow directions? We're going to demonstrate to you today how to teach him in a lazy manner and consistently get results. Getting the dog to focus on us is our first job. How often have you heard someone call their dog but never heard anything back? Therefore, call your dog by name in a soft voice without yelling, and if he looks at you, praise him by saying, "Good!" and give him a treat. Repeat this numerous times, sometimes skipping the reward. We don't want a chubby dog that simply acts in ways to get food. Once the dog has successfully completed this exercise numerous times, we may make it more difficult by asking him to focus for a longer period of time—perhaps 15 seconds—before rewarding him. It's advisable to ignore your dog if he approaches you to investigate if you have any goodies hidden. Once we've accomplished this, we may practice shouting his name and getting people's attention in other settin

Training Your German Shepherd Dog

  The German Shepherd Dog is a wonderful animal that not only makes excellent working dogs but also excellent household companions. They are, however, considerably different from other pet breeds and must be handled and taught differently than, example, a typical labrador or poodle. The German Shepherd Dog (GSD) is a huge, athletic dog that requires a lot of mental stimulation and exercise, yet a well-trained shepherd can learn practically anything. These dogs thrive on hard tasks and are eager to please and serve their owner. As a working dog utilized by most police agencies, the mere appearance of a GSD is generally enough to dissuade criminals, but when called into action, few canines can rival the German Shepherd as an all-rounder. If you are thinking about getting a German Shepherd, you should think about the time investment required to have a happy, well-behaved German Shepherd that you can take out in public securely. Please do not take on a GSD puppy if you have never had one o

Based on MUIU

Xiaomi has confirmed that the three models will not receive MIUI 14! Redmi Note 9, POCO M2 and Redmi 9 models showcased by Xiaomi in 2020 will not receive MIUI 14. Android 13, which was introduced by Google in May and is now counted down for its stable version, is at the focus of the update work of smartphone manufacturers. Because Xiaomi will present MIUI 14, which is based on the new version, to users very soon. But this will also be the end of some popular models. Finally, the company indirectly confirmed that the three models will not receive the MIUI 14 update. Redmi Note 9, Redmi 9 and POCO M2 will not get MIUI 14 According to the latest report shared by Xiaomiui, the Redmi Note 9, Redmi 9 and POCO M2 models, which were introduced to users in 2020, will not be able to receive the Android 13-based MIUI 14 update, which is expected to be introduced in the coming months. The company does not have an official statement on the subject, but it is stated that the internal MIUI tests of