How to Train a Spanish Mastiff in Five Easy Steps

Posted by on Apr 1, 2008 in Dogs, Pets, Spanish Mastiff | 0 comments

Five Tips to Train Your Spanish MastiffTraining your Spanish Mastiff is not a hard task. You just need patience, dedication and these 5 easy to learn skills and you’ll break them in successfully.

In This Article are 5 Top Techniques for how you can break in your Spanish Mastiff successfully:

1. To avoid your Spanish Mastiff from getting unsure and in order that they will be able to learn to understand instructions quickly only 1 person should be responsible for training the Spanish Mastiff to start. In instances where too many folks attempt to train a Spanish Mastiff at once this can stop the process in its tracks.




2. Trainers should utilize positive reinforcements. Once the Spanish Mastiff listens, you must reward the act so that he can understand that what he did was good. If a Spanish Mastiff cannot understand and follow commands, don’t punish him. Spanish Mastiffs aren’t as smart as humans, they make errors. What you must accept is that a Spanish Mastiff may not easily understand your orders in the first training, it takes repetition to teach your Spanish Mastiff . Do not berate a Spanish Mastiff since he could develop skittishness which will stunt his learning and willingness to be trained. Trainers should give food or treats to encourage your Spanish Mastiff, although you shouldn’t take it too far.

3. Teach orders 1 at a time. Try to train him on one instruction after another. In the instance where he won’t absorb it, just stay on that lesson only because adding additional instructions will most likely just confuse the Spanish Mastiff. Rely on the basics.

4. When teaching instructions, you must keep your intonation pleasant so your Spanish Mastiff will willingly obey the teachings. Spanish Mastiffs respond best to a quiet and coaxing voice. When you scream, he may be unresponsive and afraid.

5. Train your Spanish Mastiff in multiple spaces. If you keep the Spanish Mastiff in one certain environment like your house, he may not have the ability to adapt to a different location with new people. Take him to the dog park or throughout your neighborhood. This can aid your Spanish Mastiff associate with different people and breeds.

Spanish Mastiff Training: Conclusion

Teaching the Spanish Mastiff can frequently be challenging, but it’ll be worth it. The bottom line is, you’ll be the beneficiary when your Spanish Mastiff is broken in. You don’t know, he might even rescue you one day and repay everything you taught him.

Don’t forget to check out these other articles about Spanish Mastiffs

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