Train Your Harrier: 5 Easy Steps

Posted by on Jul 24, 2011 in Dogs, Harrier, Pets | 0 comments


Five Tips to Train Your HarrierTraining your Harrier is quite simple. It just takes a little dedication, patience coupled with these 5 simple techniques and you will teach them successfully.

Here we share five Super Techniques on how you can break in the Harrier successfully:

1. In order to prevent your Harrier from being confused and so that they will be able to begin to understand orders quickly only one individual should be responsible for training your Harrier in the beginning. When too many people are trying to train your Harrier simultaneously this might stop the process.




2. You should always take advantage of positive feedback. Whenever the Harrier does something well, you might reward it so that he will know that what he did was correct. If the Harrier will not understand and follow your commands, never berate him. Harriers aren’t as intelligent as people, they take longer to learn. What you need to take into account is that they won’t readily understand your commands in just 1 teaching, it requires repetition to break in a Harrier successfully. Don’t push the Harrier since he might begin to develop fear which will probaby reduce the speed of his learning and readiness to be taught. Trainers should give them food or treats in order to praise a Harrier, but you don’t want to take it too far.

3. Teach commands 1 at a time. Make sure to teach him one order after another. In case he is unable to remember it, remain on that lesson only because adding more instructions may just confuse the Harrier. Stick to the basics.

4. In executing orders, just keep your tone pleasant so that the Harrier will gleefully follow the orders. Harriers respond best to a quiet and coaxing voice. If you ever yell, he may be annoyed and afraid.

5. Train a Harrier in varying spaces. If you keep a Harrier in one particular environment like your house, he might not be able to adjust to a different environment with different individuals. Take him to a park or through the neighborhood. This will aid your Harrier get used to more breeds and people.

Harrier Training: Conclusion

Teaching your Harrier can sometimes be hard, however it’ll always be worth it. The bottom line is, you’ll be the one to benefit when your Harrier is broken in. Who knows, he may even save your life one day and repay everything you taught him.

Don’t forget to check out these other articles about Harriers

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