Training dogs information

Dog Breed Training

There are a great many dog breeds (at least 600 with only about 150 registered with the AKC) so when deciding on the ideal dog for your family, it's important that  you take time to consider what sort of companion would be the best fit in terms of lifestyle, size, energy levels, amount of exercise required, and temperament. 


Your dog's temperament should be a match for yours. If you're a couch potato, obviously a highly energetic dog is not a good fit for your household. Then again, if you would like a dog that is always ready to play games or go for a walk, and will follow you everywhere, you should choose one of the more active breeds.


Something to bear in mind is that large dogs are more expensive to keep as they eat more plus their medications cost more. 

Do you have the necessary amount of time to exercise your dog? Most medium to large dogs require one or two hours of exercise every day whereas toy dogs such as Chihuahuas, Maltese, Pugs, and Yorkshire Terriers can get sufficient exercise running around your home or yard.

A large dog is probably not practical if you live in an apartment. Apart from the space issues, large dogs cannot use litter trays so it would be difficult for you to take your dog outside to relieve himself every few hours.

Dog Breed Training

Do you have the time and patience to train your dog? If not, do you have the resources to hire a professional dog trainer? Some dogs are easier to train than others; for example, Dachshunds and Beagles can be stubborn and difficult to train, and Chihuahuas are notoriously difficult to potty train. If you are easily frustrated, you should choose an easy to train dog breed.


Labrador Retriever

 Labrador Retriever dog breed training

Labrador Retrievers are highly affectionate and playful pets. Sometimes they can be far too excitable and without proper training can be more frustrating than fun! They have very strong hunting instincts and will chase virtually anything that moves. They are very intelligent, quick witted and they settle well into family life if given the proper training. They can also make very vigilant watchdogs.They love to be around people and are usually very good with small children.

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Yorkshire Terrier

 Yorkshire Terrier dog breed training

The Yorkshire Terrier breed is a bold and active small breed with a big personality. They are very loyal, affectionate, and protective, however they have a tendency to bark loudly and excessively. Although they are intelligent dogs, Yorkies can be difficult to train due to their strong-willed nature. Early training and socialization is vital in order to avoid undesirable behavior. They also need plenty of exercise, but due to their small size, they can burn surplus energy through indoor activities.

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German Shepherd

 German Shepherd dog breed training German Shepherds enjoy strenuous activity, preferably combined with obedience training. Without a daily walk they can become restless and destructive. In particular, German Shepherds can be inclined to be aggressive towards people and other dogs. The good news is that, if given the proper training, they settle well into family life. They are inclined to be reserved and their friendship must be won - once won, their loyalty is unquestioned. They can also make very vigilant watchdogs.

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Golden Retriever

 Golden Retriever dog breed training

Golden Retrievers have a friendly, eager-to-please personality, The typical Golden is calm, naturally intelligent and obedient, with an exceptional eagerness to please. Golden Retrievers are usually high energy dogs so need plenty of exercise. They are noted for their intelligence and their patience with children. Adult Goldens love to work and have a strong ability to focus on a given task.

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 Beage dog breed training

Beagles are amiable and not generally aggressive or timid. They make playful and overwhelmingly affectionate pets. Training your Beagle can be difficult as they can be very strong-willed; however, they are good-tempered and rarely aggressive. While they are alert, respond well to food-reward training, and are eager to please, they are easily bored or distracted, at which time they can become destructive. Lonely beagles often bark excessively, or wander.

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Boxer dog breed training 

Boxers are a bright, energetic and playful breed and tend to be very good with children. They are active dogs and require sufficient exercise to prevent boredom-associated behaviors such as chewing, digging, or licking. Boxers have earned a slight reputation of being "headstrong," which can be related to inappropriate obedience training. The Boxer by nature is not an aggressive breed, but, like all dogs, requires socialization.

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 Dachshund dog breed training Dachshunds are playful, fun dogs that love to chase anything that moves including birds, squirrels or balls. Dachshunds can be stubborn, making them a challenge to train. They have a particularly loud bark, making them good watchdogs. Dachshunds are known for their loyalty and devotion to their owners, although they can be aloof towards strangers. If left alone, many dachshunds will whine until they have companionship. Some dachshunds suffer from separation anxiety and may chew objects in the home to relieve stress. A bored dachshund will become destructive. If incorrectly trained, dachshunds can become aggressive or fearful.

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 Poodle dog breed training

The Poodle is regarded as the second most intelligent breed of dog after the Border Collie. Poodles are highly energetic, and can become bored fairly easily which can lead to them getting into mischief. They are adaptable and easy to train with some Poodles performing astonishing tricks involving both brains and agility. They are extremely people-oriented dogs and generally eager to please. In particular, Standard poodles tend to be good with children.  Like most dogs, they require daily exercise, such as a walk or a play session.

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Shih Tzu

 ShiTzu dog breed training

The Shih Tzu is a lively little dog and full of character,  This friendly dog breed is gentle and loyal and responds well to consistent patient training. They make very alert watch dogs. Clever, playful, spunky and courageous, this affectionate little dog likes to be with people and is generally good with other pets.

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 Bulldog dog breed training

Bulldogs are generally docile although can be very fast movers over a short distance. They are known to be great skateboarders!  Due to their friendly and gregarious nature, Bulldogs are known for getting along well with children, other dogs and pets. Although they can sometimes be willful, these dogs are known to be of generally good temperament.  Bulldogs can be so attached to their home and family that they will not venture out of the yard without a human companion.

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Once you've decided on the best dog breed for your family, you'll need to know how  to train your new pet. My recommended guide for dog breed training is Secrets to Dog Training.

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