Train Your English Bulldog: 5 Simple Steps

Posted by on Jul 27, 2008 in Dogs, English Bulldog, Pets | Comments Off on Train Your English Bulldog: 5 Simple Steps

Five Tips to Train Your English BulldogTraining English Bulldogs is pretty simple. It just takes a little patience, dedication as well as these 5 simple tricks and you will train them successfully.

Below are 5 Great Tips for how to teach the English Bulldog successfully:

1. In order to prevent the English Bulldog from getting disoriented and so that they can learn to understand commands quickly only a single person should train a English Bulldog initially. When too many people are trying to train a English Bulldog at the same time this might stop the process.




2. One should utilize positive reinforcements and feedback. Once the English Bulldog follows orders, the trainier might reward the act so he can know that what he did was good. If a English Bulldog cannot follow instructions, never berate him. English Bulldogs aren’t as smart as people, they make mistakes. What you have to understand is that a English Bulldog may not readily comprehend your orders in just 1 session, it takes repeated actions to break in a English Bulldog . Don’t punish the English Bulldog as he may develop skittishness which can stunt his learning and ability to be trained. You can give them food or snacks in order to encourage the English Bulldog, but please don’t overdue it.

3. Teach commands one at a time. Try to train him on 1 order after another. In case he cannot remember it, just stay on that skill only because adding other lessons might just confuse the English Bulldog. Start with the basics.

4. When executing orders, you must keep your tone pleasant so that the English Bulldog will gleefully obey the teachings. English Bulldogs will respond to a quiet and confident tone. If you scream, he may become nervous and afraid.

5. Train a English Bulldog in varying spaces. If you keep a English Bulldog in just one certain environment like your home, he might not have the ability to adapt to a different space with different people. Take him to a park or through the neighborhood. This will help your English Bulldog get used to other breeds and people.

Conclusion: Training A English Bulldog

Breaking in your English Bulldog can frequently be tough, however it’ll always be worth it. In the end, you’ll be the lucky one when your English Bulldog is trained. Who knows, he might even rescue you one day and repay everything you taught him.

Don’t forget to check out these other articles about English Bulldogs

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