With so many people marketing in the world of professional dog training right now, deciding who’s truly best qualified to train your Dunker can be overwhelming. What to look for when determining a professional to help you with training your Dunker:
How to Find a Trainer For Your Dunker: Six Things to Look For
- 1) A good reputation, ask around and obtain recommendations from the doctor, other Dunker owners, or local kennel clubs.
- 2) Experience. – Inquire about their background, i.e. number of years experience.
- 3) A genuine love of and devotion to Dunkers.
- 4) Extensive and up to date knowledge. Dedicated trainers keep themselves updated by attending dog training and animal behavior courses, conferences, seminars and workshops.
- 5) Their training methodology and handling skills. A good trainers first concern should be the Dunker’s well being.
- 6) Memberships with reputable associations, organizations and training clubs.
Basic Dunker Obedience Tips
Training should be a pleasant and enjoyable experience for both you and your Dunker. If you are not in the right mindset for training, do not even think of starting. Always treat the Dunker for listening to your orders promptly! A reward is anything that your Dunker wants and is willing to earn. Food is a great reward but different prizes could be verbalized commendation and toys. Many shorter training sessions are much better than a long one. Training must not involve any degrading components or punishment. There should be no shouting, no smacking or hitting, no leash yanking on training chains or collars, and absolutely no electric shocking! Every training session must be pleasant and positive with praise for each job well done.
Training Dunkers with head collars
Yanking the lead is one of the few displeasing tasks of raising a new Dunker puppy. Using a head collar for Dunker training has become standard over the last decade. Training with a head collar does have some advantages over the standard training collar. While quite simple to use, it’s important that head collars are fitted properly and your Dunker properly introduced to the collar. Head collars are pretty much more simple to use than an usual training collar. Head collars are quite effective when guiding Dunkers in difficult situations.Don’t forget to check out these other articles about Dunkers.
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