Doberman Pinscher Training

Dogs are men’s best friend. Doberman pinscher is one of the most popular breed in the canine clan. Their known intelligence, bravery and loyalty have earned them the title  Guard Dogs and Police dogs in earlier times. Yet, today they are stereotyped as aggressive and menacing. This is because some dog owners lack the knowledge on how to train a Doberman. This article will give us information about Doberman training and when to start it.

Doberman owners want their dogs to posses the same cultured manner as those K9 dogs they see walking elegantly beside the cops. However, when they have the puppy in hand, what they get are little monsters which have the habit of chewing shoe laces, pooping around the house and barking noisily. So Dobe owners end up cleaning their feces, following behind their mess and tying them on the backhouse. As guard dogs, they serve their purpose better when they are unleashed. They can be your companion, a house dog and a guard at the same time.

It is true that they have a reputation of being aggressive and hostile to strangers. We will rectify that by training a Doberman as early as possible. Like humans, dogs learn from the moment they are born. So it’s easier to start as a puppy. Training your puppy should start on the DAY you bring them home! At first, their life is their mother, then their new owner. On the process they have learned a lot including trust and mistrust. Hopefully, the Dobe comes from a reputable breeder, for sure they establish a good Doberman-Human relationship.

Once you have the puppy at home. Doberman Pinscher training could be easier than training other kinds of dog. They are ranked one of the most intellectual and trainable breeds among the Canines. The success however lies on the trainer. Be honest. Do you have the patience of training a dog? Training them to obey takes more than a day. You have to stay calm and in control all throughout. You can never be too excited nor lose your temper and do something stupid. The key to proper training involves giving positive rewards like treats and praises. Avoid punishments that would induce harm on the dog. Moreover, it is good to expose your Doberman pup beyond the house gates as early as possible. This would lessen the Dog’s hostility towards humans and other dogs.

Remember that there’s no need to lock up these dogs. They can be sociable when properly trained. Doberman training should be enjoyable to the owner as well.  Show them protection and love, and in return they will offer love and protection to their owners as well. Once these Dobermans are trained, you will find it to your advantage to have a well mannered dog. Isn’t it nice to ask your Doberman to fetch the news paper instead of you cleaning the chewed newspaper they’ve left behind?

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