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John Harun Mwau -How To Train A Puppy To Be A Guard Dog

John Harun Mwau How to Train a Puppy to Be a Guard Dog

Dogs are brought into homes for many reasons, including loyal companionship, safety and security. Proper training should begin immediately with puppies to ensure obedient behavior as the dog develops. While credible professional canine trainers offer local guard dog training services, many individuals choose to train their puppies themselves. Following a few key steps can help instill confidence in any dog owner to train an obedient watchdog that can guard property and protect loved ones, while remaining a loving part of the family. 1 Ensure your puppy receives appropriate and loving care. Proper nutrition, veterinary care and regular exercise will help develop a healthy, active and happy dog and improve the success of guard dog training. With proper training, your puppy will learn to obey your verbal and hand commands on the first cue. Learn about your dog's specific breed
and educate yourself on the different dog training methods available. 2 Train your puppy the fundamentals of obedience. A good guard dog requires a high standard of training. It should respond to your commands immediately (not on the second or third try) and appropriately. Before working on more difficult tasks, teach your puppy the basics, such as stay, heel, sit, come and down. Only the owner should offer commands and reward the puppy with treats; this will help prevent a future guard dog from obeying potential intruders. Additionally, teach your puppy the art of silence, as a constantly yapping pup will not become a quality guard dog. 3 Educate your puppy about strangers. A well-trained watchdog will alert its owner when an unknown person or vehicle arrives on the property. The dog should bark and return to the owner, repeating this process until the owner understands the message. Each time the dog barks upon the arrival of a stranger, reward it with a dog biscuit or chew toy. If the person is not a stranger, tell the puppy firmly and

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