There’s nothing much better than hearing someone tell you they love you. Imagine those words coming from your Husky. Huskies are smart dogs. And they are eager to please. Your little fuzzball might not know exactly what those words mean, but he knows the love he gets from you. You can teach him to tell you he loves you using his words to go with all the affection he gives you.
Imagine leaving the house or heading to bed and hearing your Husky pup tell you he loves you before you go. This trick works really well for those dogs who already love to talk, howl along with music, and mimic noises or bark at everything. As long as your pup is vocal to begin with and knows basic and some advanced commands, you can teach him to tell you those three magic words.
To train your Husky to truly speak beyond a simple bark, he’ll need to know basic commands and understand his role in the pack. Recognizing you as the leader of the pack will help him learn your expectations. You might first need to teach him to mimic sounds. Howling with you or another dog is a great place to start. Once he mimics sounds, you can work on pitch with him until his sounds mimic yours exactly. From there you can begin to teach words and phrases such as, “I love you.”
Huskies are stubborn learners, but they pay attention to details. Try not to overthink this command. Repeating it over and over will only tell him that it will take repetition before he needs to bother saying it himself. Though you will repeat the training for several weeks, give him time during each session to absorb the information before moving on to the next step.
You will need some quiet time for training. Schedule sessions free of distractions so your pup can focus only on you and his training. Break training up with rest or play time to keep your pup engaged. He’ll like some tasty treats for rewards during and after your training sessions.
he does not listen to me or i dont know if he loves me
Hello Nidhi, At this age I would not be too worried about either of those things. Pup is still developing their senses, their ability to interact with the world, and even many personality traits. This age is all about neonatal touch and taking care of pup's essential needs. More bonding and learning commands will begin close to 8 weeks. Check out the free pdf ebooks before you get your puppy, and after you get your puppy, which can be downloaded at the link below. www.lifedogtraining.com/freedownloads Best of luck training, Caitlin Crittenden
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How make him howling
Hello Loretta, I suggest testing out high pitched siren noises on your phone, off key piano playing, and other dogs howling. If those don't work, then try taking pup somewhere where there are frequent siren noises, like a park near a hospital or fire station. Pup will also be more likely to howl when they are a bit older. If you find you can't get pup to howl now, you may need to wait a few months before trying again. Best of luck training, Caitlin Crittenden
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