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    Cocker Spaniel Puppies Training Tips

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    Cocker spaniel puppies havean extremely playful nature which is why they are sometimes difficult to train.If you are finding it difficult to train your Cocker spaniel puppies or areconsidering buying Cocker spaniel puppies for sale then this article might helpyou out.

     

    Cocker spaniels areintelligent, cheerful and trustworthy which makes them excellent pets to havein a house with children. Cocker spaniel puppies are affectionate and they lovephysical and mental exercise which makes them excellent candidates forobedience training. Cocker spaniels do get distracted easily but they are quicklearners once you have their attention.

     

    The most important thing youneed to remember when training Cocker spaniel puppies is to use positive rewardbased training. You will need to repeat your training exercises and beconsistent in your techniques so your Cocker spaniel retains all he haslearned.

     

    The best way of keeping aCocker spaniel interested is to keep training sessions short and intense; andof course make them as fun as you can. As a general rule if you see behaviourthat you like then treat your puppy with praise and a snack.

     

    Never punish a Cockerspaniel because they are a sensitive breed and do not respond well to harshcorrection. If you punish a Cocker spaniel then you will see that they willloose confidence fast.

     

    House training Cocker spanielpuppies is not that difficult either, just start early and be consistent. Whenlead training your dog, you might find yourself surprised at the strength ofyour Cocker spaniel. They are small but strong dogs and are likely to pull. 

     

     

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