Train Your Russian Spaniel: 5 Simple Steps

Posted by on Mar 19, 2010 in Dogs, Pets, Russian Spaniel | 0 comments


Five Tips to Train Your Russian SpanielTraining Russian Spaniels is quite simple. Just have a little dedication, patience and five easy to learn tactics and you will train them successfully.

Here we share five Helpful Suggestions on how you can teach the Russian Spaniel with great results:

1. To avoid a Russian Spaniel from getting unsure and in order that they can learn instructions readily only a single person should train your Russian Spaniel to start. When too many people are trying to train the Russian Spaniel simultaneously it may halt the process in its tracks.




2. Trainers should always use positive feedback and reinforcements. Whenever your Russian Spaniel follows commands, you must reward it so he will understand that what he did was good. If the Russian Spaniel will not understand your commands, don’t berate him. Russian Spaniels are not as smart as we are, they take longer to learn. What you must understand is that a Russian Spaniel may not readily obey your commands in the first teaching, it requires repetition to teach your Russian Spaniel successfully. Don’t punish your Russian Spaniel because he might begin to develop fear which can affect his learning and readiness to be trained. Trainers should give them treats or snacks in order to praise the Russian Spaniel, but you do not want to overuse it.

3. Teach skills 1 at a time. Attempt to train him on 1 order after another. In the event he can’t retain it, try to stay on that command only because trying additional skills will most likely just confuse the Russian Spaniel. Start with the fundamentals.

4. When you are giving instructions, you must keep your voice cheerful so your Russian Spaniel will willingly obey the commands. Russian Spaniels respond best to a quiet and confident tone. If you ever scream, he could become annoyed and fearful.

5. Train a Russian Spaniel in various places. When you keep a Russian Spaniel in just one certain place like your house, he may not have the ability to adapt to a different environment with new people. Take him to the dog park or through your neighborhood. This can aid your Russian Spaniel get familiar with other breeds and people.

Conclusion: Training The Russian Spaniel

Breaking in a Russian Spaniel will frequently be challenging, but it will be worth it. In the end, you will be the beneficiary when your Russian Spaniel is trained. You don’t know, he might even save your life one day and pay back everything you taught him.

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