Obedience training your Husky will set the foundation for a strong relationship with your dog throughout his life and a much easier time when walking or taking your dog out in public when he's older. By teaching your dog to obey basic commands you will be establishing yourself as the pack leader and setting the tone for him to follow your direction for years down the road.
When you are training, you may have to be more patient than you anticipated. Never end a training session on a bad note or with him getting his way. Don't let training sessions last too long, and make sure you move slowly to set him up for success.
With time and consistency, you will successfully obedience train your Husky and establish a strong relationship that will serve you for the rest your friendship. Read the three obedience training ideas below for ideas of how to get started. You can begin with one or try all three. Soon your dog will see you as the leader and will be ready to work with you.
Murphy is a great pup! However, he bites and barks more than most puppies. His impulse control has been really difficult to get under control.
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