Train A Kishu: Five Simple Steps

Posted by on Jul 6, 2011 in Dogs, Kishu, Pets | 0 comments

Five Tips to Train Your KishuTraining your Kishu is not a hard task. All that’s required is patience, dedication and 5 easy to learn tactics and you will train them successfully.

Below we share 5 Great Tips for how you can break in the Kishu with fantastic results:

1. To avoid a Kishu from getting disoriented and in order that they will be able to begin to recognize commands quickly only a single person should train a Kishu to start. If too many people attempt to train your Kishu simultaneously this can stop the process.

2. One should always utilize positive reinforcements and feedback. Whenever a Kishu follows instructions, one should praise it so that he will realize that what he did was correct. If the Kishu will not follow your commands, never harass him. Kishus are not as smart as we are, they take longer to learn. What you must take into account is that a Kishu won’t readily comprehend all your orders in only 1 session, it takes repetitive attempts to teach the Kishu . Do not push a Kishu as he could begin to develop skittishness which will probaby hinder his learning and readiness to be broken in. You should give snacks or treats to encourage the Kishu, although you shouldn’t overuse it.

3. Teach skills one at a time. Make sure to teach him 1 command after the next. If he will not learn it, remain on that order only because trying more instructions might just confuse the Kishu. Stick to the basics.

4. When you are executing skills, you must keep your intonation pleasant so your Kishu will cheerfully submit to the instructions. Kishus will respond to a quiet and confident tone. If you ever yell, he could be nervous and fearful.

5. Train the Kishu in different places. If you keep your Kishu in just one certain location like your house, he might not have the ability to adapt to a new place with new people. Take him to your park or throughout the neighborhood. This will aid your Kishu associate with different breeds and people.

Kishu Training: Conclusion

Teaching the Kishu can sometimes be tough, however it will always be worth it. In the end, you will be the one to benefit when your Kishu is trained. Who knows, he may even save your life one day and repay everything you taught him.

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