Breed Specific Dog Training
By now, you’ve likely had the chance to read over some, if not all of [i4w_db__DogBreed]s Made Easy and have a good idea of what makes [i4w_ud_DogName] tick. Naturally, no book can show you precisely what to expect from every individual of the breed, but you have a much better understanding of how the typical [i4w_db__DogBreed]’s mind works.
So you should realize by now that the [i4w_db__DogBreed] is an intelligent breed that responds well to the discipline and stimulation of training. Therefore, it is highly important to get things started on the right foot. [i4w_db__DogBreed]’s respond best to frequent short training sessions of between 5 and 15 minutes, so you need to have a good think about your current daily schedule and see where you can fit two or three training sessions in, every day. And then make it a date, not to be broken, with [i4w_ud_DogName].
There’s some great advice in [i4w_db__DogBreed]s Made Easy about the best times to train your dog but, in summary, choose a time when [i4w_ud_DogName] is neither too tired or has too much energy and, importantly, to begin with, make sure you train in an area that is quiet and without distractions. It’s said it takes 21 days to make a habit so, if you can stick with it for 3 weeks, you should find that the training becomes second nature. And by then, of course, you’ll also have the satisfaction of seeing your training rewarded with real results!