Train the Hokkaido: Five Easy Steps

Posted by on Dec 13, 2008 in Dogs, Hokkaido, Pets | Comments Off on Train the Hokkaido: Five Easy Steps

Five Tips to Train Your HokkaidoTraining the Hokkaido is not a hard task. All that’s required is dedication, patience coupled with some simple techniques and you will break them in successfully.

Here we share 5 Useful Suggestions on how to train a Hokkaido with fantastic results:

1. In order to prevent a Hokkaido from becoming confused and in order that they can recognize commands readily only 1 person should train the Hokkaido starting out. When too many individuals are trying to train your Hokkaido at the same time this may halt progress in its tracks.




2. You must use positive reinforcements and feedback. When the Hokkaido obeys, one should praise the action so he can realize that what he did was right. If your Hokkaido cannot follow or understand your commands, don’t punish him. Hokkaidos are not as smart as us, they make mistakes. What you must understand is that the Hokkaido won’t easily comprehend your orders in just one teaching, it takes repeated actions to teach the Hokkaido successfully. Do not harass a Hokkaido because he could begin to develop timidness which will probaby negatively affect his learning and ability to be trained. Trainers might give snacks in order to praise a Hokkaido, but you do not want to take it too far.

3. Teach instructions one at a time. Try to teach him 1 instruction after another. In the instance where he won’t remember it, try to remain on that skill only because adding other lessons will just confuse the Hokkaido. Rely on the fundamentals.

4. When giving commands, you must keep your inflection cheerful so the Hokkaido will cheerfully obey your orders. Hokkaidos will respond to a low and coaxing voice. When you yell, he may be nervous and fearful.

5. Train a Hokkaido in various spaces. If you keep the Hokkaido in a certain environment like your home, he won’t be able to adjust to a new space with different individuals. Take him to your park or throughout your neighborhood. This can assist your Hokkaido get used to other people and breeds.

Hokkaido Training: Conclusion

Training a Hokkaido will sometimes be challenging, but it will be worth it. The bottom line is, you will be the one to benefit when your Hokkaido is taught. Who knows, he could even save your life in the future and pay back everything you taught him.

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