Five Tips To Train Your Podenco Canario Successfully

Posted by on Jul 10, 2011 in Dogs, Pets, Podenco Canario | 0 comments

Five Tips to Train Your Podenco CanarioTraining Podenco Canarios is quite simple. You just need patience, dedication coupled with these simple skills and you will train them successfully.

Below we share five Top Tips for how you can train a Podenco Canario successfully:

1. In order to avoid the Podenco Canario from becoming disoriented and so that they can begin to understand orders readily only a single individual should be responsible for training the Podenco Canario in the beginning. If too many individuals attempt to train the Podenco Canario at once this may stop the process in its tracks.

2. Trainers must always utilize positive reinforcements and feedback. If a Podenco Canario follows orders, one must reward it so that he will understand that what he did was welcomed. If the Podenco Canario cannot follow commands, never scold him. Podenco Canarios aren’t as intelligent as humans, they take longer to learn. What you have to accept is that they won’t readily obey your commands in just one session, it takes repetition to break in the Podenco Canario . Don’t push your Podenco Canario since he could develop anxiety which may reduce the speed of his learning and willingness to be taught. Trainers can give them food or snacks in order to encourage a Podenco Canario, but you don’t want to take it too far.

3. Teach lessons one at a time. Make sure to train him on one order after the other. In the event he is unable to absorb it, just stay on that command only because piling on additional orders will just confuse the Podenco Canario. Begin with the fundamentals.

4. While executing lessons, just keep your intonation cheerful so your Podenco Canario will happily obey the orders. Podenco Canarios will respond to a quiet and confident voice. If you ever yell, he might get nervous and afraid.

5. Train your Podenco Canario in varying spaces. If you keep the Podenco Canario in 1 certain place like your house, he will not be able to adapt to a different environment with new individuals. Take him to a dog park or around your neighborhood. This can aid your Podenco Canario get used to other people and breeds.

Conclusion: Training The Podenco Canario

Breaking in the Podenco Canario will frequently be hard, but it will be worth it. In the end, you will be the one to benefit when your Podenco Canario is reared. You never know, he may even save your life in the future and repay everything you taught him.

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