Training Tips for the Command of "No"
“No” is one of the most important words that you will teach to your Yorkie. This word will show your dog what is expected and will keep them safe. You will use this command word for many circumstances.
You will show your Yorkie what is acceptable and not acceptable in the areas of:
This word will also keep your dog safe. When your Yorkie fully understands the meaning of this serious word, hearing you say it will keep them safe. Some examples:
Your dog does want to please you. The Yorkshire Terrier is an affection, loving companion and is less stressed when there are guidelines in place to show him or her what is expected and how to behave.
- If your dog is about to cross the street and there is traffic
- If your Yorkie is about to ingest something that would cause harm
Yorkie training tip is for owners to understand that ”No” is the single most essential obedience word your dog will be trained to listen to.
Teaching the Obedience Command
Tips to Teach This Command
Here are some Yorkie training tips to begin teaching this command to your puppy or dog. This most serious training command should be put
into action whenever your dog is doing something that you do not want
them to do. Please not that one should not say this unless one really means it; otherwise it will lose its importance and your Yorkie will never understand the true meaning.
This command must be said with the correct tone of voice. You must say
it with a serious tone. However, do not yell and of course, never hit your dog while
Do not even "tap" your dog with a rolled up paper, as some out-of-date
training methods used to advise. Your goal is not to make your dog
afraid of you, but to respect you.
When you give this command word, say it in a tone that shows your
Yorkie that you are serious, physically stop your dog from continuing
the behavior and then offer an alternative.