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The training of the Tibetan mastiff involves a number of nuances that we will look through now in order to avoid making serious mistakes.Buy Tibetan mastiffs with a pedigree cheaper than anywhere else on the Internet - visit category Dogs and Puppies on Jiji
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Features of training a Tibetan mastiff
1. Use the intonation of your voice each time during the training. Change it depending on the command. Say the command in a calm, even and loud voice, so that the dog will hear it at a considerable distance from you. Make your intonation emotional and approving to encourage the dog for the correctly performed command. Prohibiting command should be given in a strict and harsh voice.
2. When training, don’t use either a leash or a collar as a means of influence, so as not to fix the dog’s negative attitude towards these objects.
3. At first, actively use tasty food as an incentive. After receiving positive results in training, gradually try to cut down and finally stop giving food at all.
4. The duration of the training should not exceed 15-40 minutes.
5. Do not repeat the same command several times in a row. The dog ceases to hear it and
6. The lesson should end with a correctly performed command.
7. Do not try to teach several commands at once. First, teach one skill, then go on to practice the next one.
8. Do not change the instructor during the entire period of training.
9. Tibetan mastiff dogs often provoke the trainer or the owner to behave harsh. In no case should you succumb to this provocation. Instead you should demonstrate that you are not going to give up and will achieve your goal anyway
10. The main mistake of beginning breeders is an attempt to make the puppy furious at any opportunity, believing that the dog will become angrier in general. Tibetan mastiffs are not aggressive by nature, they are balanced and calm dogs.
The main thing to remember is that any dog’s mistake is in 99% cases the trainer's guilt! Only kindness, love, affection, friendly attitude and respect will help you to make your puppy a true friend and defender.