How to Train a Vizsla in Five Easy Steps

Posted by on Dec 9, 2011 in Dogs, Pets, Vizsla | 0 comments

Five Tips to Train Your VizslaTraining Vizslas is not a hard job. All that’s required is dedication, patience along with these simple techniques and you’ll train them successfully.

Below are 5 Useful Techniques for how you can break in your Vizsla with great results:

1. To avoid a Vizsla from becoming disoriented and so that they will be able to begin to recognize instructions easily only a single person should be responsible for training the Vizsla initially. In instances where too many folks try to train the Vizsla at the same time this will halt progress.

2. You must take advantage of positive reinforcements. Whenever a Vizsla follows orders, one might praise it so that he will understand that what he did was right. If your Vizsla doesn’t understand and follow instructions, never push him. Vizslas are not as intelligent as we are, they make mistakes. What you must understand is that your Vizsla won’t readily comprehend all your commands in the first session, it requires repetitive attempts to teach a Vizsla successfully. Do not harass your Vizsla since he may begin to develop timidness which might retard his learning and ability to be broken in. You can give treats or food in order to reward your Vizsla, although you do not want to take it too far.

3. Teach instructions one at a time. Try to train him on one instruction after the other. In the event he is unable to retain it, just stay on that command only because adding new commands will most likely just confuse the Vizsla. Begin with the fundamentals.

4. When giving instructions, just keep your intonation pleasant so that your Vizsla will happily follow your teachings. Vizslas respond best to a quiet and coaxing tone. If you yell, he may get nervous and afraid.

5. Train a Vizsla in various locations. When you keep your Vizsla in just 1 certain location like your home, he will not have the ability to adapt to a new place with different individuals. Take him to your park or through your neighborhood. This will aid your Vizsla get acquainted with different people and breeds.

Training The Vizsla: Conclusion

Training your Vizsla can sometimes be tough, but it will always be worth it. The bottom line is, you’ll be the one to benefit when your Vizsla is reared. You never know, he may even rescue you one day and pay back everything you taught him.

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