Five Tips For Training a Shikoku Successfully

Posted by on Apr 2, 2011 in Dogs, Pets, Shikoku | 0 comments


Five Tips to Train Your ShikokuTraining a Shikoku is not a hard job. You just need to have a little patience, dedication along with a few simple skills and you will break them in successfully.

Here we share five Top Suggestions for how you can teach your Shikoku successfully:

1. To prevent the Shikoku from being confused and in order that they can begin to learn orders readily just a single individual should train a Shikoku to start. When too many folks attempt to train your Shikoku at once it can halt the process in its tracks.




2. You must always use positive reinforcements and feedback. Once your Shikoku does something right, the trainier must reward this behavior so he can understand that what he did was good. If your Shikoku does not follow commands, don’t push him. Shikokus aren’t as intelligent as people, they take longer to learn. What you have to realize is that they will not readily understand your instructions in just one teaching, it takes repetitive actions to train the Shikoku successfully. Do not harass your Shikoku as he might develop fear which will probaby affect his learning and ability to be taught. You may give treats or snacks to praise a Shikoku, but please you do not want to overdue it.

3. Teach orders 1 at a time. Try to train him on one order after the next. In case he cannot absorb it, try to remain on that instruction only because adding other orders will probablly just confuse the Shikoku. Have faith in the basics.

4. In giving instructions, you must keep your inflection cheerful so the Shikoku will gleefully obey the commands. Shikokus will respond to a low and coaxing tone. When you scream, he may be agitated and afraid.

5. Train the Shikoku in different spaces. If you keep the Shikoku in one particular location like your house, he won’t have the ability to adapt to a different space with new people. Take him to your dog park or throughout the neighborhood. This will aid your Shikoku get used to more breeds and people.

Conclusion: Training Your Shikoku

Breaking in the Shikoku can frequently be challenging, but it will always be worth it. The bottom line is, you will be the lucky one when your Shikoku is broken in. You don’t know, he might even rescue you in the future and repay everything you taught him.

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