Five Tips To Train Your Serbian Hound Successfully

Posted by on Jun 13, 2011 in Dogs, Pets, Serbian Hound | 0 comments

Five Tips to Train Your Serbian HoundTraining your Serbian Hound is quite simple. All that’s required is dedication, patience coupled with these simple tactics and you will break them in successfully.

Below we share five Useful Suggestions for how you can teach a Serbian Hound successfully:

1. To prevent your Serbian Hound from becoming unsure and so that they can recognize orders readily only 1 individual should train a Serbian Hound to start. If too many folks try to train a Serbian Hound at the same time it may halt progress.

2. You should utilize positive feedback and reinforcements. Whenever a Serbian Hound follows instructions, you should reward the behavior so that he can realize that what he did was right. If the Serbian Hound cannot understand or follow commands, don’t harass him. Serbian Hounds aren’t as smart as humans, they take longer to learn. What you need to realize is that a Serbian Hound might not easily obey all your orders in just 1 session, it requires repeated attempts to teach a Serbian Hound successfully. Do not push your Serbian Hound because he may develop nervousness which can affect his learning and ability to be taught. Trainers should give them food to praise your Serbian Hound, although you shouldn’t take it too far.

3. Teach skills 1 at a time. Try to train him on one lesson after another. If he will not retain it, try to stay on that skill only because adding more orders will most likely just confuse the Serbian Hound. Start with the fundamentals.

4. When you are teaching orders, keep your inflection pleasant so your Serbian Hound will willingly submit to the lessons. Serbian Hounds respond best to a low and coaxing voice. If you ever shout out loud, he may get annoyed and fearful.

5. Train the Serbian Hound in varying locations. If you keep a Serbian Hound in 1 particular place like your house, he might not be able to adjust to a new environment with different individuals. Take him to your park or throughout your neighborhood. This can assist your Serbian Hound get used to more breeds and people.

Conclusion: Serbian Hound Training

Teaching a Serbian Hound will often be hard, however it’ll be worth it. In the end, you will be the one to benefit when your Serbian Hound is broken in. You don’t know, he may even rescue you one day and repay everything you taught him.

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