I. Samoyed toy management




I. Samoyed toy management

The importance of toys

When Satsuma dogs feel restrained, annoyed, lonely, or stressed, they will often do destructive behaviors to release stress. Toys can help reduce stress and the likelihood of destructive behavior in dogs. Without toys, dogs may chew on anything, shoes, books, even beds and chairs.

2. Choose the right toy

Choosing an appropriately sized toy can help your dog expend some energy. Some toys may still be appropriate for a small Satsuma, but when the Satsuma grows up, it may look smaller and should be discarded. Small toys such as small rubber balls can be swallowed or stuck in the throat of a growing Satsuma. Discard toy pieces and torn toys.

3. Choose according to the dog’s personality

Aggressive bites can chew toys into pieces, and the pieces can get stuck in the dog’s throat and even cause death. Aggressive pets should be given toys made of hard rubber or nylon that are durable and less likely to bite. Semi-aggressive biting pets will not chew the toy into pieces, but will add to the wear and tear of the toy and can be given some canvas or plush toys. These toys are softer and less likely to shred. Pets that do not have aggressive biting behavior can be given some soft rubber toys.

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Dogs also like a variety of toys. Sometimes you need to have four or five toys at a time and rotate different toys each week. This will keep your satsuma interested. If your pet really likes a particular toy, it’s best not to replace it.


2. Exercise routine for Samoyeds




2. Daily exercise for Samoyeds

1. Appropriate amount of exercise

All Samoyeds need and enjoy daily exercise. Your Samoyed will depend not only on its size, but also on its breed. Some small Samoyeds such as the Jack Russell Hunting Samoyed and the Small German Hunting Samoyed are energetic, while some large Samoyeds such as the Newfoundland Samoyed and the Saint Bonnet Rescue Samoyed are less energetic. Samoyeds are active when they are young and do not need extra exercise, while Samoyeds need to be taken out for frequent walks as they get older. Do not take your Samoyed outdoors until it has been vaccinated and cleared by your veterinarian.

2. Reject overload exercise

If your Samoyed is in the growth phase, do not over-exercise because their bones are not strong enough to handle the stress of excessive exercise. You should do a small amount of exercise regularly until the Samoyed is fully mature – remember, larger Samoyeds are later than smaller Samoyeds. You can consult a breeder or veterinarian.

3. Walk

Walking not only keeps your Samoyed healthy, but it also allows him to experience new things, including meeting other Samoyeds. This will help them grow into a happy Samoyed and adapt to their environment, and avoid their behavior problems. Their exercise should be monitored rather than allowing the Samoyed to roam around. Don’t shut your Samoyed out during the day to make a living.

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When walking on the side of the road, your Samoyed should be on a leash and your Samoyed should be on a leash, these are the places that can cause trouble. If your Samoyed is well trained, you and your Samoyed will be happier. Remember, not everyone likes Samoyeds as much as you do. Therefore, you must respect these people and control your own Samoyed. You should also take your Samoyed for some hard walks so that their nails will wear short. Daily walks or runs will keep your Samoyed in good shape and avoid obesity. According to medical and veterinary experts, most obese Samoyed owners are also on the fat side.


Three, four ways to properly train a Samoyed




Three, four ways to properly train a Samoyed

1. Mechanical stimulation method

Mechanical stimulation is a method of controlling the behavior of the Samoyed if he does not listen to commands. The most commonly used is the leash dog leash. In the companionship and training of the Samoyed, the owner should take the lead in the direction. If you do not follow your owner’s intentions, you can pull on the leash to force you not to go against your owner’s wishes.

2. Food reward training method

The food stimulation method is to motivate training by giving food rewards when the mastiff is successfully trained or attracts attention. If you only train and ignore rewards, the Samoyed will find training to be a very pointless exercise and all training techniques will be futile. Food stimulates the mastiff’s conditioned reflexes and lets him know that obedience is good.

3. Combination of mechanical stimulation and reward with training methods

This method is used to mechanically force the Samoyed to act on command when it refuses to be trained, and to reward the action when it is successful or improved. If the mechanical stimulus is too strong and too frequent, it will cause the mastiff to develop the opposite reflex, to fear and avoid from the beginning of each training session, and to remember the main points of the action. Although the reward is necessary, but appropriate. If the reward is too much, it will affect the normal appetite and is not conducive to future training. Rewards can be achieved by a combination of touch and verbal praise, with the owner showing genuine affection.

4. Imitation training methods

Imitation training methods are influenced and inspired by having a trained Samoyed observe how a trained Samoyed is trained and rewarded. This method can be vivid and effective in showing the Samoyed what to do, sometimes with training effects beyond mechanical stimulation methods. The young Wesson is influenced and inspired by the Wesson and is more likely to be in training. As a result, aggression is a serious drawback.

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The Samoyed has a very striking appearance: with its snowy white coat, smiling face and black, intelligent eyes, it is one of the most beautiful dogs today. the AKC American Kennel Club describes the Samoyed as: a divine, smiling angel with a faithful, optimistic Christian spirit all year round. Now many moms and dads choose Samoyeds as pets, so do you know how to buy, how to train, and how to care for the little sa? Let’s learn about it with me! Regular exercise and a sensible diet are vital to your Samoyed’s health and well-being.


IV. Training Samoyeds from a young age

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IV. Training the Samoyed from a young age

1. Age of Conditioning

Puppies are best trained from 50-60 days. Leaving their mother’s house within 50 days can leave them confused or without judgment when they see things for a long time, and 50 days-3 months is the best time to bring them home for training, the time when it feels most likely to bring back puppies close to their owners.

2. Urinating in a fixed place

When a Samoyed puppy urinates, he often runs around to find the place where he has to pee. At that point, they pick it up and put it in the toilet or latrine where it should go. When they know it has peed, they can pat its head and say good job and give some tasty treats. When it pees anywhere, they will pick it up where it pees, let it smell the pee, and scold it. A few times this way, it will have its own regular place to pee.

3. Stopping puppy misbehavior

Samoyed puppies tend to be very disobedient, especially those who have just left their mother and siblings can feel very lonely and in need of affection. Many puppies will yell at night, which requires resting in the owner’s bed, so prepare a clean and dry kennel before buying a puppy. When you buy a puppy back, put a small piece of tasty food in the kennel before resting at night, make a litter code, put a small meter in the litter and make a dropping da sound, the puppy will mistake its companion’s heart for beating, every day, and after a few days stop shouting at night to return to bed naturally.

4. Things to keep in mind when training your puppy

First thing, give him a name, at first he is not used to it, after using it for a few weeks he will get used to it and know that his owner is calling him. Will use a variety of codes, such as sit, down, go, no, title, etc. The message should be simple, and the words should be clearly spelled out when called. Be clear about rewards and punishments, dogs are emotional and most sensitive to any rewards and punishments. The form of reward and punishment should be varied, such as reward with the same type of delicious food, with the same type of action, with the same type of delicious food reward, with the same type of action, with the same type of language, often changing, so that its emotional warmth and increased sensitivity. For example, pat him on the head and say well done and give him some tasty treats, reprimand him if he makes a mistake, give him a mild punishment, and alienate him.

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Because people coddle their dogs, the bounty dogs they have in their homes tend to make a mess of the rooms where people live. It will go to people’s beds, take all sorts of items out from under the bed, and even lose or destroy your beloved items. So from a young age to make it a good habit, do not allow it to go to the place, do not let it go, such as it went, issued a muzzle, “back”, and give punishment, but pay attention to good performance to reward, award more punishment less, and muzzle to be kind, to have authority, the purpose is to correct its good behavior, do not abuse, punishment is also symbolic, mainly with oral command. Before four months, people should keep the puppy in the puppy when eating. People should not feed it while eating. In this way, over time, the dog will not only be a picky eater, but will also develop a nasty dog that slobbers around on the floor looking for food. Therefore, we should absolutely stop this bad habit.

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