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How do I become a good dog trainer?

Question : How do I become a good dog trainer I want to be able to get a breed without crossing it from the list just because it is ” difficult to train. “What are your views on the methods of Cesar Millan? Do not Work? Do you own a” stubborn “breed of dog before (eg Husky) and have you spent on this training how long did it take? I know you must be consistent with training and everything, but some dogs are easier to train than others to some extent. So how can I be a trainer dog expert? Best Answer: Answer by Sydney

It’s just a matter of effort you put into it and time … a lot of dog behavior problems and their solutions Watching … See a lot of dog documentories … I prefer a German shepherd, as it is very easy to train for me.

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  • I have a Bull Mastiff .. Very very stubborn! even taking it to a professional, he proved how much he is stubborn .. but with the daily work and lots of praise, he came through! he can still to this day set up quite a fight, but just do not give in! Ceasar methods kites really more for dogs and dogs in trouble with problems.

  • I have two Alaskan Malamutes. They have a reputation for being difficult to train. The truth is you need to know what you do with any dog, but with a smart dog like a Husky or Malamute you really need to be the pack leader or chaos. My dogs are very intelligent (2 and 5 months) and easy to train for me, consistency is huge! Cesar Milan is very in tune with what works and what does not. It is great. What I suggest you do visit a couple of different breeders of the breed of your choice and spend some real time with them and see if life in this race will really work for you. One thing you need to visit this site is the rescue of races and really all the good research, much of the wrong race. You will get a much more complete picture of the animal, you can bring the maison.Exemple: I am an experienced owner of Alaskan Malamute and rescue Mal never allow anyone with children under 10 to adopt. Not because the dogs are violent, but because of their size. They must be well socialized or they will become aggressive dog. If they are alone with humans all the time human beings become the way they identify themselves and they will be aggressive to other dogs there bas.Faites your research on the net and in person and choose the right dog for you so your dog, it is for toujours.Bonne luck!

  • I love Caesar’s methods because they are based on the dog be a dog first and foremost, not a version of a little baby. You need to know what race you get has been selected for. Dogs are not just stubborn because some are more difficult to train. If you want to train a Golden Retriever to play fetch, you will have an easy time training it. They were bred to retrieve game in the field and have a very “soft” mouth to avoid damaging what they recover. If you want to recover form a Husky, good luck, and have lots of patience. Huskies were bred for their independence. You want a dog sled just go out and run, will not look at the musher for what to do next. As long as you recognize what is innate and instinctive for your breed and accept that when you want to train for something that goes against its breeding, you must have patience and perhaps find ways to teach that are not necessarily “standard”.

  • The only way to become an expert is to practice. Experts can train to do agility dachshunds and beagles to come when called. Anyone can train a poodle, show me someone who is well bred a Shih Tzu and I’ll show you an expert! Read all the books you can find trainers and use all their methods, further work on some dogs, others do not. Cesar Millan is a gifted coach, but few of its methods can be learned by watching his show, you have to read his books and practice.

  • Get a job as an assistant to a good dog trainer whose methods you feel comfortable with. No one here can tell you how to become a good coach.

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