Train A Slovak Cuvac: Five Simple Steps

Posted by on Jan 1, 2009 in Dogs, Pets, Slovak Cuvac | Comments Off on Train A Slovak Cuvac: Five Simple Steps

Five Tips to Train Your Slovak CuvacTraining Slovak Cuvacs is not a hard task. It just takes a little patience, dedication and five easy to learn tricks and you will break them in successfully.

Here are five Top Tips for how to break in a Slovak Cuvac successfully:

1. In order to prevent a Slovak Cuvac from being unsure and in order that they will be able to learn orders easily just one individual should train a Slovak Cuvac in the beginning. If too many folks are trying to train a Slovak Cuvac at once this may halt the process.




2. One must always use positive feedback and reinforcements. Whenever the Slovak Cuvac does something well, you should reward the action so he can know that what he did was welcomed. If the Slovak Cuvac does not understand and follow instructions, don’t scold him. Slovak Cuvacs aren’t as smart as us, they make mistakes. What you need to accept is that the Slovak Cuvac might not readily understand your instructions in the first training, it requires repeated attempts to train the Slovak Cuvac . Don’t berate your Slovak Cuvac as he may develop anxiety which might hinder his learning and willingness to be broken in. You should give snacks in order to encourage a Slovak Cuvac, but do not overdue it.

3. Teach skills 1 at a time. Try to teach him one skill after another. In the event he won’t learn it, remain on that lesson only because adding new instructions will probablly just confuse the Slovak Cuvac. Have faith in the basics.

4. In teaching skills, just keep your voice pleasant so your Slovak Cuvac will cheerfully submit to your teachings. Slovak Cuvacs will respond to a quiet and coaxing tone. If you ever yell, he may get unresponsive and startled.

5. Train the Slovak Cuvac in different places. If you keep your Slovak Cuvac in just 1 particular location like your home, he won’t be able to adjust to a new locale with different individuals. Take him to your park or through your neighborhood. This can help your Slovak Cuvac get familiar with more breeds and people.

Slovak Cuvac Training: Conclusion

Breaking in the Slovak Cuvac will sometimes be difficult, but it’ll always be worth it. The bottom line is, you’ll be the beneficiary when your Slovak Cuvac is broken in. Who knows, he might even rescue you one day and repay everything you taught him.

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