To help with Rottweiler training, you have to be adaptable in your training approaches. Being flexible with your training will help you when your dog is struggling to learn. This will help you modify the methods to match your dog until you determine what is ideally suited for him. To help you reach your goals of having a healthy, happy and obedient dogs, there are a few training tactics that may work for you.
The key to potty training a new puppy is consistency. Keep in mind that when he is with his mother, he can relieve himself each time he has to, so it will require some time for him to master that he should wait for someone to take him outside to go to the toilet. When you take your dog out to go to the toilet, you have to be patient with him. He has a short attention span and may get distracted by sounds and odors, or want to play. This is normal puppy habit and shouldn’t be penalized, specially while he’s still learning.
When you are training a dog, it is crucial that you never use physical punishment when the dog behaves negatively or incorrectly. Striking your four-legged friend won’t teach him to listen to you; it will only teach him to be afraid of you. It could even train him to become aggressive towards people.
To become successful in Rottweiler training, you ought to always make sure that your dog has these vital demands met: food, water, shelter and exercise. Canines must feel they have a calm and confident pack leader, for them to feel more secure. When you exercise with your pets, they learn to follow you and they develop their confidence in you as a leader. This helps the dogs to be a lot more responsive to commands, when you train them. The same is true with food, water and shelter. With no food or water, he will not have energy to carry out numerous tasks and without shelter, he is more likely to feel stressed. All animals should have these needs. If your dog does not have a right amount of any of these needs, then your training strategies will be ineffective (and you should not have a pet).
Know that you are not going to have a perfectly trained dog right away. Changing behaviors is a lengthy process that will involve lots of successes and a lot of setbacks. If you are not training from a puppy, the process can take even longer as your pet will have to both unlearn poor behaviors and learn the right ones ones. Be patient and you’ll begin to see results.