Your Husky puppy is not just incredibly fluffy and beautiful, he is also extremely intelligent, gentle, and fun-loving. These traits will make him fairly easy to train. If your Husky is ready to start obedience training, teaching him to sit is a great place to start. The 'sit' command is one that you can use when you arrive home from work to keep your Husky from jumping or greeting until you are ready. It can be used in greeting new friends within your home or while on a leash walk together. Every task or trick you will ask your dog to do from here on out could potentially start with the sit position first.
Training your Husky puppy to sit is a pretty simple task that will set him up for positive reward-based training as you move on to more difficult obedience tasks and fun tricks. Your Husky is obedient and incredibly smart, so he should pick this one up fairly quickly, but getting your pup to sit on command will require repetitive training sessions and some tasty treats.
You can teach the 'sit' command a few different ways with your Husky puppy, but overall you will be training your dog to remember the position that he is in and the treat he has earned and connect the two to a word or a hand signal. Condition training is reward-based and will be repetitive. This may require multiple sessions throughout the day because your puppy will give you his attention for only short bursts of time.
Each training session will add to your Husky puppy’s learning building blocks. It will help him to remember what he did in the previous session and the rewards he earned for being successful. You can build on positive reward training for future tasks as well.
Training your Siberian Husky puppy to sit is a pretty easy task and won't take a whole lot of time. You may want to schedule your training sessions during times when your puppy won't be distracted by other things going on around the house. These quiet moments are great opportunities for him to soak up knowledge. Be sure to have some tasty treats your puppy can earn as he learns to sit. If you are clicker training, have your clicker handy as well.