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I Want To Change The Name Of My Dog And I Am Facing Problem That How To Tell My Dog That I Have Changed His Name?

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Nouman Umar Profile
Nouman Umar answered
So you want to change the name for your dog. But your dog already got a name now you have to train him with a new name and it will take much time to you for getting familiar your dog with a new name. So just start calling your dog with the new name and stop calling the old name of your dog. However you dog will feel strange and probably might not respond you well because you are calling him with a new name. So this is the only way you can use to getting familiar your dog with the new name.

There is no other way you can tell your dog that his name has changed because you can not speak with your dog. You can call him by new name by using the signal to attract him towards you. Another you can use if you are unable to make understand to your dog that his name has been changed. You just take him to some psychiatrist so that he can teach him and make familiar with a new name. So this is the way you can try to tell you dog a new name so that he can respond you when you call him by his new name.
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Anonymous commented
Im sorry but, How old are you? I was so frustated by your lack of grammer and excessive use of words. You could have fit all of your 2 paragraphs into 1-2 sentences .
My (11 yr. Old) daughter and I were checking out a few sites and unfortunatly came across your post...
I found it difficult to read out loud to her when I could hardly make sence of it myself.
It is unknown if you comment on postings regularly but, maybe next time keep it simple and read it back to yourself.
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The word "Name" was used 14 times during your reply.....Wow...LOL
s m Profile
s m answered
What I would do is not  just stop calling your dog by his name.
My dogs come to different name , they have there nick name they respond to them as well as their names because they know they are said in a loving way .
Try this it will work and not make it so confusing for your dog if you want to change his name------
Say his name following it with his new name when you call and talk to him . SUCH AS IF HIS NAME IS ROVER  AND YOU WANT TO CALL HIM  HARRY  ---SAY ROVER HARRY  THEN LATER-- HARRY ROVER  THEN DROP IT TO HARRY  HERE AND THERE AND SEE HOW HE  RESPOND TO IT THEN JUST CALL HARRY
When you call him say both names in a happy tone and provide a small treat when he comes.----then start dropping the 1st part of his name and just here and there and then just start calling him by his new name and he will think he is special because every time you called him with the old and new name and then with the new name he was rewarded with a happy voice and a treat-HE WILL LOVE HIS NEW NAME -REMBER TO USE POSITIVE TRAINING AND REINFORCEMENT YOU WILL HAVE A HAPPY WELL TRAINED DOG -BE CONSISTENT-TAKE EXTRA TIME OUT JUST FOR HIM
helen baillie-gutteridge Profile
In my experience a dog will learn a new name fast, so long as you just stop using the old one and keep using the new one in good situations, like when training, playing and feeding. Do not use the dog's name if you have to tell him off for some naughtiness, until he has got used to the new one. Good luck.

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