As experts in dog training and behavior, I’m excited to share my knowledge with you. American Eskimo dogs are intelligent, energetic and affectionate pets that can also make wonderful companions. Like any other breed, they come with their own set of considerable training challenges.. In this article, we will address these challenges and also provide valuable tips to ensure you have a successful and enjoyable training experience.
Understanding American Eskimo Dogs
Before going into training, it is very important to understand the characteristics and also the temperament of American Eskimo dogs. They are well known for their high intelligence, quick learning ability and strong desire to please their owners. They may also exhibit independent behavior, which can make training more challenging.
American Eskimo dogs are known for being stubborn, unable to handle challenges during training sessions. When they are not interested or do not see the point of an exercise, they may even refuse to cooperate. It is important to train with a positive attitude and perseverance to overcome their stubborn tendencies.
2. Tendency to bark
These dogs make excellent watchdogs, and while this can be a positive trait, it can also lead to excessive barking. Training them to control their barking and distinguish between proper alerts and unnecessary noise is very important for a harmonious life with your neighbors.
American Eskimo dogs have a very curious nature, which means they can easily become distracted during training. It is also essential to conduct training sessions in a quiet environment and gradually introduce distractions to build their focus and concentration.