How to Train a Bluetick Coonhound in Five Simple Steps

Posted by on Apr 30, 2011 in Bluetick Coonhound, Dogs, Pets | Comments Off on How to Train a Bluetick Coonhound in Five Simple Steps

Five Tips to Train Your Bluetick CoonhoundTraining Bluetick Coonhounds is pretty easy. It just takes a little dedication, patience together with some easy to learn techniques and you’ll train them successfully.

Here are five Great Suggestions on how you can break in your Bluetick Coonhound successfully:

1. To avoid a Bluetick Coonhound from becoming disoriented and so that they will be able to learn commands easily only a single person should train your Bluetick Coonhound starting out. When too many individuals attempt to train the Bluetick Coonhound simultaneously this may stop the process in its tracks.

2. You should always utilize positive feedback. If the Bluetick Coonhound listens, you should reward it so he will understand that what he did was proper. If your Bluetick Coonhound doesn’t understand commands, don’t berate him. Bluetick Coonhounds aren’t as intelligent as we are, they take longer to learn. What you must accept is that your Bluetick Coonhound will not easily follow your instructions in the first teaching, it takes repetition to teach the Bluetick Coonhound . Don’t harass a Bluetick Coonhound as he might begin to develop fear which will probaby affect his learning and readiness to be taught. Trainers might give treats or snacks to reward your Bluetick Coonhound, although don’t take it too far.

3. Teach skills 1 at a time. Attempt to train him on 1 skill after another. In case he will not absorb it, remain on that skill only because piling on more lessons will most likely just confuse the Bluetick Coonhound. Begin with the fundamentals.

4. When you are teaching skills, you must keep your voice cheerful so that the Bluetick Coonhound will willingly follow the commands. Bluetick Coonhounds will respond to a low and coaxing tone. If you shout out loud, he could be nervous and afraid.

5. Train the Bluetick Coonhound in different locations. When you keep a Bluetick Coonhound in one particular location like your home, he will not have the ability to adapt to a different place with different people. Take him to a park or throughout the neighborhood. This will aid your Bluetick Coonhound get used to more breeds and people.

Conclusion: Bluetick Coonhound Training

Training your Bluetick Coonhound will often be challenging, however it will always be worth it. The bottom line is, you’ll be the beneficiary when your Bluetick Coonhound is trained. You don’t know, he may even save your life in the future and repay everything you taught him.

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