How to Train Your German Shorthaired Pointer in Five Easy Steps

Posted by on Jun 26, 2008 in Dogs, German Shorthaired Pointer, Pets | Comments Off on How to Train Your German Shorthaired Pointer in Five Easy Steps

Five Tips to Train Your German Shorthaired PointerTraining German Shorthaired Pointers is quite easy. Just have a little dedication, patience and a few easy to learn techniques and you’ll teach them successfully.

Below are 5 Helpful Suggestions on how to break in the German Shorthaired Pointer with great results:

1. In order to avoid your German Shorthaired Pointer from becoming confused and in order that they will be able to begin to learn instructions easily only one person should train the German Shorthaired Pointer in the beginning. If too many individuals try to train your German Shorthaired Pointer at once this can stop the process in its tracks.




2. You should always use positive feedback. Once a German Shorthaired Pointer listens, you should reward it so he can understand that what he did was good. If a German Shorthaired Pointer cannot follow your commands, don’t berate him. German Shorthaired Pointers aren’t as smart as humans, they make mistakes. What you have to accept is that your German Shorthaired Pointer may not easily follow your orders in only 1 session, it requires repetition to break in a German Shorthaired Pointer successfully. Don’t push your German Shorthaired Pointer as he could develop skittishness which will stunt his learning and willingness to be broken in. You should use treats or food in order to encourage your German Shorthaired Pointer, although you don’t want to overdue it.

3. Teach skills 1 at a time. Make sure to teach him one instruction after another. In case he cannot absorb it, try to stay on that lesson only because adding more commands may just confuse the German Shorthaired Pointer. Have faith in the fundamentals.

4. When you are teaching skills, just keep your tone cheerful so that your German Shorthaired Pointer will cheerfully follow your instructions. German Shorthaired Pointers respond to a quiet and coaxing voice. If you ever scream, he could become agitated and startled.

5. Train a German Shorthaired Pointer in different spaces. If you keep a German Shorthaired Pointer in a certain location like your house, he might not be able to adjust to a new space with different people. Take him to a dog park or through the neighborhood. This will aid your German Shorthaired Pointer get used to different breeds and people.

German Shorthaired Pointer Training: Conclusion

Breaking in the German Shorthaired Pointer can often be difficult, however it will be worth it. In the end, you’ll be the one to benefit when your German Shorthaired Pointer is broken in. You don’t know, he might even rescue you one day and repay everything you taught him.

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