Train Your Sussex Spaniel: 5 Easy Steps

Posted by on Mar 4, 2008 in Dogs, Pets, Sussex Spaniel | Comments Off on Train Your Sussex Spaniel: 5 Easy Steps

Five Tips to Train Your Sussex SpanielTraining a Sussex Spaniel is not a hard task. All you need is dedication, patience together with these simple tactics and you will teach them successfully.

In This Article we share five Helpful Tips on how you can train your Sussex Spaniel successfully:

1. To prevent your Sussex Spaniel from being confused and so that they will be able to learn to recognize instructions easily just 1 person should be responsible for training a Sussex Spaniel at first. In instances where too many individuals attempt to train the Sussex Spaniel at once it may stop the process.




2. One must always take advantage of positive feedback and reinforcements. When a Sussex Spaniel listens, you should praise it so he will understand that what he did was proper. If a Sussex Spaniel does not follow and understand commands, don’t harass him. Sussex Spaniels are not as smart as people, they take longer to learn. What you should take into account is that your Sussex Spaniel may not readily understand your orders in the first teaching, it requires repetition to teach your Sussex Spaniel successfully. Don’t punish the Sussex Spaniel because he might begin to develop timidness which can negatively affect his learning and readiness to be taught. Trainers should give treats in order to reward your Sussex Spaniel, but definitely you should not overdue it.

3. Teach commands one at a time. Make sure to teach him one lesson after another. In case he will not absorb it, just remain on that lesson only because trying more skills may just confuse the Sussex Spaniel. Have faith in the basics.

4. While executing lessons, just keep your intonation cheerful so that the Sussex Spaniel will cheerfully obey your lessons. Sussex Spaniels respond best to a low and coaxing tone. When you yell, he could become agitated and fearful.

5. Train the Sussex Spaniel in multiple spaces. When you keep your Sussex Spaniel in a particular environment like your house, he may not be able to adjust to a new environment with new people. Take him to your dog park or through the neighborhood. This can help your Sussex Spaniel get acquainted with different breeds and people.

Conclusion: Training The Sussex Spaniel

Training a Sussex Spaniel can often be difficult, but it’ll always be worth it. In the end, you will be the one to benefit when your Sussex Spaniel is reared. You don’t know, he may even rescue you one day and pay back everything you taught him.

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