If you are in a quandary about how to train your Rottweiler, your troubles are going to get some aide with this article, so grab a cup of coffee and take a couple of minutes to read about some Rottweiler training tips.
This article is going to discuss the value of consistency in your Rottweiler training. Secondly, we’re going to talk about the importance of establishing a leadership role, and finally, we will discuss whether or not you need to hire a professional dog trainer.
First, let’s talk about the key ingredient: Consistency. If you can establish a regular routine with your dog, your training will go a lot smoother. Your Rottweiler will begin to understand what it is you are expecting from her, and she is so eager to please you that pretty soon she’ll be following your commands perfectly. Dogs have a short attention span, so don’t drag your training periods on so long that your dog totally loses interest with what you’re trying to accomplish. Keep your lessons short – to a matter of minutes only, and keep them fun with excitement and pleasure in your voice and mannerisms.
Next, let’s talk about establishing a leadership role. If you have not worked on this part yet, it is important that you establish a leadership role with your Rottweiler. Once your Rottweiler knows that you are the Alpha in this pack, she or he will be much more willing and comfortable to obey. Communication between you and your Rottweiler should be consistent, too. Use the same tone in your commands and remember to leave the emotion out of your voice. Dogs don’t understand emotional tones. It only confuses your dog. Also, dogs respond wonderfully to positive reinforcement, so let your praise abound!
Finally, let’s talk about making a decision to hire a professional. If all of your efforts seem to be going nowhere and you are getting more frustrated than you are pleased, you can be sure that your Rottweiler is sensing some similar attitude about your training sessions. It may be time for you to consider hiring a professional dog trainer. This will cost you some money, but the end result can be hugely worth the expense. Your dog needs to have good indoor and outdoor behavior and obedience for its own safety and for the safety of others. Teaching your dog to obey your commands, particularly the “come” command can be the biggest safety feature you have for your Rottweiler
Here are three important aspects we have discussed about training your Rottweiler: the value of consistency in your training periods and techniques, and the importance of your leadership position. Finally, we have mentioned how a dog trainer may ultimately be your best step to take in your Rottweiler training after all. Keeping these three areas of your Rottweiler training in mind will help make this experience between you and your Rottweiler a very pleasant and positively bonding time.