How to Train a Chinese Imperial Dog in Five Simple Steps

Posted by on Mar 30, 2008 in Chinese Imperial Dog, Dogs, Pets | Comments Off on How to Train a Chinese Imperial Dog in Five Simple Steps

Five Tips to Train Your Chinese Imperial DogTraining your Chinese Imperial Dog is not a hard task. All that’s required is patience, dedication as well as some easy to learn tactics and you will train them successfully.

Below we share five Top Tips for how to teach a Chinese Imperial Dog successfully:

1. To avoid your Chinese Imperial Dog from getting confused and so that they can begin to learn instructions readily just 1 person should be responsible for training a Chinese Imperial Dog to start. If too many folks attempt to train the Chinese Imperial Dog at the same time it might stop progress in its tracks.




2. You should always take advantage of positive reinforcements. When a Chinese Imperial Dog follows commands, one might reward the act so he will realize that what he did was good. If a Chinese Imperial Dog does not understand your commands, never harass him. Chinese Imperial Dogs aren’t as intelligent as us, they take longer to learn. What you need to understand is that a Chinese Imperial Dog won’t easily obey your commands in only 1 teaching, it takes repetition to break in a Chinese Imperial Dog . Don’t harass the Chinese Imperial Dog since he may begin to develop skittishness which will reduce the speed of his learning and ability to be broken in. You might give them snacks to praise a Chinese Imperial Dog, but do not take it too far.

3. Teach instructions 1 at a time. Attempt to teach him one skill after the other. In the instance where he cannot retain it, just remain on that order only because piling on other skills will probablly just confuse the Chinese Imperial Dog. Rely on the basics.

4. While giving instructions, you must keep your intonation cheerful so your Chinese Imperial Dog will happily follow the teachings. Chinese Imperial Dogs respond best to a low and confident voice. If you ever shout out loud, he might become agitated and startled.

5. Train your Chinese Imperial Dog in varying spaces. When you keep your Chinese Imperial Dog in a particular environment like your house, he might not have the ability to adjust to a new environment with different individuals. Take him to a dog park or through the neighborhood. This will help your Chinese Imperial Dog get used to different people and breeds.

Training A Chinese Imperial Dog: Conclusion

Breaking in your Chinese Imperial Dog can often be tough, however it’ll be worth it. The bottom line is, you’ll be the lucky one when your Chinese Imperial Dog is taught. You never know, he may even save your life one day and repay everything you taught him.

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