How to Train a English Coonhound in 5 Easy Steps

Posted by on Oct 19, 2011 in Dogs, English Coonhound, Pets | 0 comments

Five Tips to Train Your English CoonhoundTraining English Coonhounds is quite simple. All you need is patience, dedication coupled with five easy to learn tricks and you will break them in successfully.

Below are five Super Techniques for how to teach the English Coonhound with fantastic results:

1. In order to prevent the English Coonhound from being unsure and so that they can recognize instructions readily only 1 individual should train a English Coonhound starting out. If too many individuals try to train a English Coonhound at once this will stop the process in its tracks.

2. You must always take advantage of positive reinforcements. If a English Coonhound does something well, you should reward the act so that he can understand that what he did was correct. If the English Coonhound doesn’t understand commands, never scold him. English Coonhounds are not as intelligent as we are, they make mistakes. What you need to accept is that your English Coonhound might not readily understand all your orders in the first training, it requires repetition to train a English Coonhound . Do not berate the English Coonhound because he could begin to develop nervousness which can negatively affect his learning and willingness to be trained. Trainers might give them food or snacks to encourage your English Coonhound, but you do not want to take it too far.

3. Teach orders 1 at a time. Make sure to train him on 1 skill after another. If he won’t retain it, just remain on that instruction only because piling on other lessons may just confuse the English Coonhound. Start with the fundamentals.

4. In executing commands, just keep your voice pleasant so your English Coonhound will gleefully follow the instructions. English Coonhounds respond to a quiet and coaxing tone. If you ever scream, he could become annoyed and fearful.

5. Train your English Coonhound in different environments. When you keep your English Coonhound in 1 certain location like your home, he might not have the ability to adapt to a new location with different people. Take him to your park or around the neighborhood. This can aid your English Coonhound get used to more people and breeds.

Conclusion: English Coonhound Training

Training your English Coonhound can sometimes be difficult, but it’ll always be worth it. The bottom line is, you’ll be the lucky one when your English Coonhound is trained. Who knows, he might even rescue you one day and pay back everything you taught him.

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