By Josefa Mclean. Dog Coats. Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 04:18:01 AM.
On the other hand, obedience training is to train the dog to obey certain basic commands such as sit, stay, come and heel. This kind of training should be in short and frequent sessions to prevent your dog from becoming too bored; each sessions should be between ten to fifteen minute, and you should do it two or three times a day. Tip: If you train your dog before meals it will associate the food with a reward, and of course they will be more interested in the treat you’re holding.
Dachshund Coats Kinds like these have doxie cuts and the normal cuts. They have shorter girth or width built especially for dogs with short legs. These doxie coats also fit other dog breeds such as maltese, bichon, shih tzu, jack russell short leg, lhasa apso, corgi narrow body, and peke. Normal cut coats are exclusively for dachshunds. Sizes are 10,12,13,14, 16, and 18 inches. Popular styles are snuggler, plaid turnout, and nylon turnout. These coats come in assorted colors.
There are a lot of puppy training classes don’t teach the heel command in the basic classes and only in the advance ones. The heel command is very important and should you should teach the command from the first day. Once the dog follows you and know to “heel” all the other aspects of training will be much easy and the dog will learn to respect you as the pack leader.
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