80% said Yes
15% said No
6% said Have Not Tried
Sonny said: "Yes"
All training takes time and persistence. He is a dream to walk.
Victoria said: "Yes"
Repeat repeat repeat use food as an unsentimental.Train in short bursts be consistent
Richard said: "Yes"
Wince they have settled in they will just want to please you
Heidi said: "Yes"
Be patient &,CONSISTENT.
Tine said: "Yes"
Socialisation and local puppy training class
Nikki said: "Yes"
Mandy said: "Yes"
Socialisation as early as possible we stood at school gates
Ian said: "Yes"
Socialise them early and persevere
Claire said: "Have Not Tried"
Amber was 2 and already trained when we got her so not sure
Lynsey said: "Yes"
Start as soon as you bring puppy home as they can be stubborn but lots of treats and praise usually work. His recall isn't the best as he gets distracted with sniffing EVERYTHING!!
Tony said: "Yes"
Hard work but get there in the finish.
Tracey said: "Yes"
Repetition because ours is stubborn
Marie said: "Yes"
Formal classes stressing positive reinforcement. Short periods of training. 30 minutes at a time at most! If you can do 3 separate 15 minute sessions that would be ideal! Keep it fun! Find what he is most responsive to. Treats, hugs....
Paul said: "Yes"
Reward from young age and theough house training
Michelle said: "Yes"
I found AJ the bitch is so easier than Tyson but keep it up as they learn very quickly.
Alicia said: "No"
Consistency. Though he is a cupcake, he thinks he is a person and has every right to people food, furniture, etc. I taught him early to walk on a leash, we use an invisible fence (and he obeys it without the collar). We taught him 'behind' 'leave it' and 'down' right away. It takes persistence but they listen.
TERESA said: "Yes"
HAVE LOTS OF PATIENCE
Kristy said: "No"
Please be persistent.
sarah said: "Yes"
patients he has to think about it
Michelle said: "No"
Chop's is 4 and is a rescue dog, it has been a bit harder tban with our dogue who we had since he was a puppy but he's getting there.
I think you need the right mixture of love and firmness.
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