5 Tips To Train Your Chinook Successfully

Posted by on Feb 5, 2010 in Chinook, Dogs, Pets | 0 comments


Five Tips to Train Your ChinookTraining the Chinook is not a hard task. It just takes a little patience, dedication as well as these five simple techniques and you will teach them successfully.

Below are 5 Helpful Suggestions for how to teach the Chinook with fantastic results:

1. In order to prevent your Chinook from being confused and so that they will be able to learn to recognize instructions quickly just one individual should be responsible for training your Chinook to start. If too many people are trying to train the Chinook simultaneously this will stop the process.




2. You should use positive feedback. When a Chinook does something good, the trainier must praise the behavior so that he can know that what he did was right. If your Chinook cannot understand or follow commands, don’t harass him. Chinooks are not as smart as people, they make errors. What you have to understand is that they won’t readily follow all your orders in the first session, it requires repetition to train your Chinook . Do not push the Chinook since he could begin to develop timidness which will affect his learning and willingness to be taught. You should give treats or food in order to encourage the Chinook, although you shouldn’t take it too far.

3. Teach lessons one at a time. Try to train him on one order after another. If he is unable to remember it, try to remain on that skill only because trying more commands may just confuse the Chinook. Rely on the fundamentals.

4. In executing instructions, keep your voice pleasant so the Chinook will willingly submit to the instructions. Chinooks respond best to a quiet and coaxing voice. When you yell, he could get nervous and fearful.

5. Train a Chinook in various locations. If you keep a Chinook in one certain place like your home, he might not have the ability to adjust to a different environment with new people. Take him to the park or around your neighborhood. This can assist your Chinook get used to other breeds and people.

Conclusion: Training Your Chinook

Training your Chinook will frequently be challenging, but it will be worth it. The bottom line is, you will be the lucky one when your Chinook is broken in. You never know, he might even rescue you in the future and repay everything you taught him.

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