Wolf Dog Training
I. Wolfhound Training
Reward: Reward is the dog’s favorite method of training. Through rewards, the dog’s ability to move correctly, to consolidate, and to regulate the dog’s neural activity can be strengthened. In general, it is best to use food encouragement as little as possible, because often rewarding dogs with food can easily cause problems with greed and food theft. You can verbally praise or touch the ears, neck, head or below the neck, and the effect of this mental reward is not worse than the effect of material rewards.
Punishment: Punishment is an effective means of stopping bad behavior in dogs. When using this method, the trainer must have a serious attitude, a high pitch and a sharp tone of voice. The main purpose is to threaten the dog and remember the lesson through nervous stimulation.
Induction: Induction is a means of inducing a dog to perform a certain action and thus establish a conditioned reflex, such as using a tasty food, object For example, if a dog wants to learn to master the come code correctly, the trainer can make fun of a piece of meat in front of him and the dog will surely come obediently and then cannot reward the dog so it will misinterpret your come as meaning to eat. This repeated several times, the dog will understand the so-called “come” is a process from far and near to go to the master. The dog will be able to understand the code of “come” accurately after a few more training sessions.
How to train a wolf dog forbidden series training
II. How to train a wolfdog Prohibition series training
How to train a dog not to pick up food: To train, place the food in an obvious place and then scatter the dog around. When the dog approaches the food show and wants to eat, immediately give a non-codeword in a threatening tone accompanied by the stimulus of pulling on the leash. Reward the dog when it stops picking up the food. Repeat the training.
Training for refusal to eat:To train, the assistant naturally approaches the dog and gives the dog food. When the dog tries to eat, the owner immediately issues a noncodeword that gently hits the dog in the mouth. At this point, the assistant gives the dog another treat, and when the dog still shows signs of eating, the dog is then given a strong stimulus. At this point, the owner issues a barking code, falsely hitting the assistant and fueling the dog to stimulate the dog’s active defense response. When the dog barks at the assistant, the assistant should take the opportunity to escape and the owner should reward the dog. The assistant can also throw the food in front of the dog. When the dog tries to pick up or pick up the food, the owner should immediately issue a non-code and pull hard on the leash to stimulate. The dog does not pick up the food and is given a reward.
Training to prohibit bad behavior such as dog biting people and livestock: Take the dog to an area where vehicles, pedestrians, livestock, and poultry are active, loosen the leash, and let the dog move freely, but strictly monitor its behavior. If the dog shows signs of biting people and animals, a non-codeword should be issued immediately in a threatening tone, accompanied by mechanical stimulation by pulling the leash hard. When the dog stops the undesirable behavior, it should be rewarded with a good code. After repeated training, the training leash can be mastered until the training leash is removed.
Training to prohibit others from throwing objects: When training, the assistant throws the object first. If the dog tries to chase the title, the owner should immediately issue a non-code and stop it with an emergency pull on the leash. When the dog stops, it should be rewarded. The other assistant then throws the item. If the dog tries to chase the title, the above method of stopping should be repeated so that it is done 3 to 4 times at the same time. When the dog no longer chases the item thrown by another person, it can be considered to have achieved its training goal.
The purpose of the above prohibited series of training is to correct the dog from biting people and livestock poultry, to prevent the dog from picking up food and not eating food given by strangers, and to prevent accidents.