How to Train the Tyrolean Hound in Five Easy Steps

Posted by on Feb 2, 2012 in Dogs, Pets, Tyrolean Hound | Comments Off on How to Train the Tyrolean Hound in Five Easy Steps

Five Tips to Train Your Tyrolean HoundTraining a Tyrolean Hound is very easy. All you need is patience, dedication together with some easy to learn tricks and you will train them successfully.

Here are five Top Techniques for how to train the Tyrolean Hound successfully:

1. To prevent a Tyrolean Hound from getting unsure and in order that they can learn orders readily only one person should train the Tyrolean Hound in the beginning. In instances where too many folks try to train a Tyrolean Hound simultaneously this may stop the process in its tracks.

2. Trainers must always take advantage of positive reinforcements and feedback. Once a Tyrolean Hound obeys, the trainier should praise the act so that he will understand that what he did was proper. If a Tyrolean Hound can’t follow instructions, never scold him. Tyrolean Hounds are not as intelligent as humans, they take longer to learn. What you need to accept is that they will not readily follow all your commands in just one session, it requires repetition to teach a Tyrolean Hound successfully. Do not scold the Tyrolean Hound as he may develop anxiety which may reduce the rate of his learning and willingness to be broken in. You may use treats or snacks in order to reward the Tyrolean Hound, but definitely do not take it too far.

3. Teach lessons 1 at a time. Attempt to train him on one command after the next. If he won’t retain it, just stay on that skill only because adding new instructions might just confuse the Tyrolean Hound. Stick to the fundamentals.

4. In executing commands, you must keep your intonation pleasant so that your Tyrolean Hound will happily submit to your commands. Tyrolean Hounds will respond to a quiet and coaxing voice. If you ever scream, he could get annoyed and startled.

5. Train a Tyrolean Hound in multiple locations. If you keep a Tyrolean Hound in just one certain place like your home, he may not be able to adjust to a new environment with different people. Take him to a dog park or around your neighborhood. This will assist your Tyrolean Hound get used to more breeds and people.

Tyrolean Hound Training: Conclusion

Breaking in a Tyrolean Hound can sometimes be challenging, but it will always be worth it. In the end, you will be the lucky one when your Tyrolean Hound is reared. You never know, he may even rescue you one day and repay everything you taught him.

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