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  • Beagle Training

    Obstinate is a word often used by trainers to describe a Beagle, and training a smart animal is not always easy to accomplish. Although a Beagle is typically easy to please, it can also be short on attention and quickly lose interest in what is attempted to be taught.

    Because of their short attention span Beagle training lessons should be short and they should also be consistent. For example, when teaching your Beagle to come, saying the word three times in a normal voice and the last time in a voice that is close to yelling, may teach you Beagle to come only after you have said it three times and yelled it once. While it is not the outcome you are looking for, it can be the result of inconsistent Beagle training techniques.

    Beagle puppies learn very quickly when they are young and taking them to obedience school may offer a surprise about how quickly they can learn basic skills. Some obedience schools offer Beagle training in what might be referred to as puppy kindergarten for pups three months and older where they can learn basic skills and socialization. At about six months you should enroll in obedience classes and if it is your first time, beginners obedience classes where he can be taught to sit, stay and come and walk on a leash.

    Use Rewards Instead if Punishment

    Having tasty treats to reward you animal for good behavior is a basic part of Beagle obedience training, but remember that too many treats can add unwanted weight. Break treats into two or three pieces so it still receives and award, but will not be susceptible to weight gain while in training. Beagle potty training also takes consistency and requires cooperation on the dog?s part as well as yours so he learns where and when he can evacuate.

    By starting Beagle Obedience training young they can learn good habits right from the start instead of waiting until they get older and have to lose bad habits before acceptable behavior is learned. If you are planning Beagle training for a hunting dog, there is whole different training climate that has to be followed and this type of Beagle training is best left to a professional who can train your dog to respond properly to commands to prevent him from becoming lost or worse.

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