How to Train the Keeshond in Five Simple Steps

Posted by on Aug 5, 2009 in Dogs, Keeshond, Pets | Comments Off on How to Train the Keeshond in Five Simple Steps

Five Tips to Train Your KeeshondTraining Keeshonds is not a hard task. Just have a little dedication, patience coupled with these 5 easy to learn skills and you’ll teach them successfully.

In This Article are 5 Top Suggestions on how to teach a Keeshond successfully:

1. In order to prevent a Keeshond from getting confused and so that they will be able to recognize orders readily only one individual should train your Keeshond in the beginning. If too many individuals try to train your Keeshond at the same time it will halt progress.




2. One must always utilize positive feedback and reinforcements. Whenever your Keeshond follows commands, the trainier should reward the action so that he will know that what he did was correct. If a Keeshond can’t understand or follow commands, never push him. Keeshonds aren’t as smart as us, they make errors. What you should understand is that the Keeshond won’t readily comprehend all your orders in only one training, it requires repetition to train a Keeshond successfully. Do not berate the Keeshond since he might develop anxiety which will hinder his learning and readiness to be trained. You should use food or treats to reward the Keeshond, but please do not take it too far.

3. Teach lessons 1 at a time. Make sure to train him on one skill after another. In case he will not retain it, try to remain on that lesson only because trying more instructions will most likely just confuse the Keeshond. Have faith in the fundamentals.

4. When giving orders, keep your inflection cheerful so that the Keeshond will cheerfully obey your orders. Keeshonds respond best to a quiet and confident voice. If you ever shout out loud, he might become annoyed and fearful.

5. Train a Keeshond in varying places. When you keep the Keeshond in just one certain environment like your house, he won’t be able to adapt to a new locale with new people. Take him to a park or throughout the neighborhood. This can aid your Keeshond get acquainted with more breeds and people.

Keeshond Training: Conclusion

Training your Keeshond can sometimes be challenging, but it’ll be worth it. In the end, you’ll be the lucky one when your Keeshond is reared. You never know, he may even rescue you one day and pay back everything you taught him.

Don’t forget to check out these other articles about Keeshonds

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