Train Your East-European Shepherd: Five Simple Steps

Posted by on Jun 25, 2011 in Dogs, East-European Shepherd, Pets | 0 comments

Five Tips to Train Your East-European ShepherdTraining the East-European Shepherd is not a hard job. All that’s required is dedication, patience along with five simple techniques and you will teach them successfully.

In This Article we share 5 Super Suggestions on how you can teach a East-European Shepherd with great results:

1. To avoid a East-European Shepherd from getting confused and so that they can learn instructions quickly only a single person should be responsible for training your East-European Shepherd starting out. When too many people are attempting to train your East-European Shepherd at once this might stop progress in its tracks.

2. You should take advantage of positive feedback and reinforcements. Once the East-European Shepherd does something right, one might reward the action so that he can know that what he did was right. If the East-European Shepherd will not follow and understand commands, don’t push him. East-European Shepherds aren’t as smart as people, they make mistakes. What you have to realize is that they may not easily understand all your instructions in only 1 training, it takes repetition to teach your East-European Shepherd successfully. Do not harass your East-European Shepherd as he could begin to develop skittishness which might reduce the rate of his learning and willingness to be trained. You might give treats to encourage your East-European Shepherd, but please do not overdue it.

3. Teach instructions 1 at a time. Attempt to train him on 1 command after the other. In the event he can’t absorb it, just remain on that order only because adding other lessons might just confuse the East-European Shepherd. Stick to the basics.

4. While giving lessons, you should keep your inflection pleasant so your East-European Shepherd will cheerfully obey your teachings. East-European Shepherds will respond to a quiet and coaxing voice. When you yell, he might be annoyed and fearful.

5. Train your East-European Shepherd in varying spaces. If you keep the East-European Shepherd in a certain space like your home, he won’t be able to adjust to a different place with new individuals. Take him to a dog park or around your neighborhood. This will help your East-European Shepherd get used to other people and breeds.

Conclusion: Training Your East-European Shepherd

Training a East-European Shepherd can sometimes be challenging, but it will always be worth it. In the end, you’ll be the beneficiary when your East-European Shepherd is trained. You don’t know, he could even save your life one day and repay everything you taught him.

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