He may only be a puppy, but your Pit Bull knows how to be the center of attention. He's the first member of the family at the door when guests come in. He knows how to win over the in-laws and how to look cute when food is coming around. He also does well because you taught him some basic tricks, which always get guests giggling. However, your Pit Bull puppy is an intelligent little canine. Therefore, you want to teach them some more advanced tricks.
Training Fido some advanced commands is a great idea for several reasons. Firstly, you will have a fantastic way to mentally stimulate him. The training itself will also make for a great way for you both to bond. On top of that, Fido may become social media famous when he can pull off some fantastic advanced tricks, despite being just a puppy.
Training a Pit Bull puppy to advanced tricks, as the name suggests, may be challenging. However, you wouldn’t be teaching them advanced tricks if they hadn’t already got to grips with basic commands, so you know they are capable. The greatest obstacle is initially conveying to them what it is you want them to do. Once they understand that, you just need to reinforce training with the right motivator.
Because your Pit Bull is just a puppy, they should be receptive and an avid learner. This means you could see results in a matter of days. However, if they are stubborn you may need a couple of weeks before you see consistent results. This type of training is fantastic if you want to lay the groundwork for an extremely well-behaved and obedient Pitbull when they grow up. Furthermore, you’ll be able to make them work for their dinner or to go out for their next walk.
Before you and Fido get to work, you will need to make sure you have a few things. A generous supply of treats or their favorite food broken into small chunks will be needed. You will also require toys and a clicker for one of the methods below. Some peanut butter will also prove useful.
You’ll need to set aside 10 minutes or so each day for training. You will also require a yard or a spacious room to train in, free from distractions. This will also help prevent anything valuable getting broken.
Apart from that, just bring enthusiasm and a can-do attitude, then work can begin!