Training a Kanni is not a hard job. It just takes a little dedication, patience coupled with a few simple skills and you will break them in successfully.
Here are 5 Helpful Techniques for how to train the Kanni successfully:
1. In order to avoid your Kanni from being confused and in order that they will be able to begin to understand orders quickly just one individual should train your Kanni in the beginning. In instances where too many people try to train the Kanni at once it might stop progress in its tracks.
2. Trainers must always use positive feedback and reinforcements. If your Kanni obeys, one might praise it so that he will know that what he did was right. If the Kanni can’t understand or follow commands, don’t harass him. Kannis are not as intelligent as humans, they make errors. What you must realize is that they might not easily obey your instructions in the first teaching, it requires repetition to break in a Kanni successfully. Don’t push a Kanni because he could begin to develop fear which might reduce the rate of his learning and willingness to be taught. Trainers should give treats or snacks in order to encourage the Kanni, although you do not want to take it too far.
3. Teach skills one at a time. Make sure to teach him one lesson after another. In the event he will not retain it, just remain on that command only because piling on additional instructions may just confuse the Kanni. Stick to the basics.
4. In teaching commands, you should keep your voice pleasant so your Kanni will gleefully follow your orders. Kannis respond best to a quiet and coaxing voice. When you yell, he could become annoyed and afraid.
5. Train a Kanni in multiple locales. If you keep your Kanni in one particular environment like your house, he may not have the ability to adjust to a different location with new individuals. Take him to a park or throughout your neighborhood. This can help your Kanni get used to other breeds and people.
Conclusion: Kanni Training
Breaking in your Kanni will sometimes be challenging, however it’ll be worth it. In the end, you will be the beneficiary when your Kanni is broken in. Who knows, he could even save your life in the future and pay back everything you taught him.
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