The Dachshund is an AKC registered dog breed. The following article reviews the breed.
Dachshunds are smart hound dogs known for its independence and stubbornness. Their strong character makes them very difficult to train. It is very joyful to have a trained dachshunds but it is frightening to have an untrained dachshunds. It needs a lot of determination, patience and regularity to train a dachshund to make it friendly and well behaved.
The suitable time to start training your dachshund is when they are little. It is easier to make them familiar with good habits from the beginning than trying to remove their bad habits later. While training your dachshund, make sure that it behaves you as a master. Avoid any mistakes that make it feels you are not being strict. The strong personality of dachshund can make the owner difficult to be strict towards it. This can spoil the training process. In most of the cases, it is found that the misbehavior shown by the dog is not its mistake but the mistake of the owner who can’t train his/her dog properly.
Praise you dachshund whenever it performs an act properly. They react properly when positive teaching method is used. Small puppies will be happy and show positive changes when a master praises its activity.
Dachshunds are fast learner. They are capable of learning any tricks quickly if they have interest. Training including games can be a good way to change their behavior. They show positive reaction to the training process when they feel it is interesting. Some simple games can be used in the training process. Once your dachshund feels that the training process is fun, it eagerly waits for another training session.
Don’t forget your little puppy is not a person. It is an animal. It doesn’t have a good memory to remember all the things done in the past. Only the things that are done in present remain in their memory. They live in the present, so try to train it again and again.
Like human, your dachshund also needs exercise. It doesn’t mean to let them play on your backyard. It is necessary to give long walks to your dachshund daily. Generally, dachshunds are active and energetic dog. If they are kept within certain perimeter of your house, their energy may cause certain bad impact on your surroundings. So, the most important thing in dachshund training process is to learn to walk it properly.
You can learn to train even the most stubborn breed of dogs within some minutes if you find some really good tips and suggestions from somewhere. Currently I am involved in bedogsavvy which is a site that has a lot to offer regarding several effective training tips for your dogs to make the dog training easy and exciting.
Click Here to Learn How to Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy!
Some recent Dachshund sales on Amazon:
This is a perfectly fine, if not certainly adequate doormat. This doormat will bring smiles, chuckles, and maybe even a tail wag o…
TATTOO KING-Multi-Colored Stickers. Great for scrapbooks; gift wrap; photo albums; frames; stationary and more! This package conta…
A squeezable stuffed animal is a toddler’s best friend and Nat and Jules offers just about every likeness a kid could desire. Life…
Dachshund on eBay:
Click here for more Dachshund info.
Find More Dachshund Articles
by Stephen A. Wolfe The Dachshund is an AKC registered dog breed. The following article reviews the breed. Among the intelligent dogs around you, these Dachshunds are the most intelligent one with independent and willful qualities. They are also popularly known for their stubborn nature. This is the only reason many of the dachshund owner […]
Watch The Dog Whisperer S4 E33 (4×33, S4E33) featuring Lotus and Joey. Plot: Aggressive dachshund, Lotus, attacks roommate Sheri when petting or sitting next to the dog. Extra Tags: Season4, Season04, Season 04, Season 4, S04E33, S4E33, S4E33, S04E33, TheDogWhisperer, #33, episode 33, episode33, epi 33, epi33, Cesar Millan, CesarMillan, CesarMilan, CesarMilan, Ceasar Millan, Ceasar […]
by Jorbasa The Dachshund is an AKC registered dog breed. The following article reviews the breed. If you have an issue with your Dachshund digging up your yard it may well be because the Dachshund was bred to pursue, dig out and kill badgers, rats and mice. It is virtually impossible to stop all Dachshund […]