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Australian Shepherd Training
Start To Train Your Aussie As A Puppy And Continue Training
For Best Success!
Whether starting with Australian
Shepherd puppies or older Aussies, consistency is the
key to success. Aussies love to learn, and you will love your
well mannered Aussie.
If you have an Australian Shepherd you know just how incredibly smart
they are! An Aussie mind is a terrible thing to waste. It's never
too early to start with your puppy. Teaching Australian Shepherds
can be easier because of their high intelligence, but this also
makes it a necessity. Start with your puppy and continue to consistenly
develop skills as you move toward more and more advanced levels.
It will be time well spent.
Some dogs are easier to teach than others but if you start early
with your puppy and continue with a consistent program throughout
life your Australian Shepherd will be nothing short of amazing.
Even if you begin with an older dog that you have gotten from
an Aussie rescue organisation,
for example, Aussies will take to learning new tricks very well.
They are very bright and are happy to learn new things. Australian
Shepherd training doesn't have to be difficult.
As they get older, especially during adolesence, Aussies can
get to be a handful and may require some strict enforcement of
rules. If you have laid the foundation and established all along
that you are the boss (leader of the pack) you should get through
this stage of teenage rebellion fairly smoothly.
You know about the Australian Shepherd's intelligence, but the
Aussie has also been bred to control other animals. This trait
is what makes them seek to assert authority and herd your cats,
your kids and even you if you let them get away with it. This
is also one of the primary reasons why it is essential to have
a well trained Aussie.
Your Australian Shepherd's education should start as early as
possible to avoid problems later. Right Levi! (Levi says, "Woof!")
So where do you start? One of the most popular
dog obedience programs is called Secrets To Dog Training!
by Daniel Stevens. > He
offers a free 6 day email course that gives you an idea of what
you can expect from the lessons. His program is very effective
as demonstrated by the many success stories featured on his site.
Another good program available online is Puppy
and Dog Training by Dove Cresswell. > Dove is a professional trainer who works with dogs for films and
television. You can watch a free lesson on her site that teaches
shake-a-paw, wave and roll-over.
Lessons covered in her online program are obedience, crate and
puppy house training as well as walking politely on a leash, the
recall, good puppy & dog manners and special dog tricks.
These principles can be learned, but what is important is to
pick a program and get started with your puppy or dog as soon
as possible. A common theme in many programs is to keep
it fun for both you and your dog!
Take A Positive Approach To Aussie Shepherd Training
An Australian Shepherd that
thinks it has a shot at becoming leader of the pack can
become aggressive and anti-social. You must be the boss. I don't
mean this in a harsh way. Using any kind of physical punishment
in an Australian Shepherd obedience program is to be avoided.
Some confuse dog training with what I would consider abuse. There
are many things that you can do to let your Aussie know who is
in charge without resorting to physical means.
For example if your puppy has an "accident" on the
carpet scolding and rubbing their nose in it is unacceptable.
If anything people who do this should have their noses rubbed
in it because it is their fault that they did not pay attention
to the puppy's need to go outside.
Instead, you would simply continue to take them outside when
they need to and praise them lavishly when they have done their
business in the right place. Punishing them for going
in the house will teach them that the act of going is what is
wrong. They will not understand that you are punishing them for where they went. This could even backfire and cause them
to sneak off and hide when they relieve themselves leaving you
to discover surprise packages later.
Remember to have fun with your Aussie. It should always be a
positive experience for both of you!
Aussie Sheps Have Attitude To Spare And
Need To Learn That You Are Top Dog
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