Comments on Siberian Husky Obedience Training

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Shelby9386   Geneseo, IL

9/5/2013 3:53:18 PM

I am so glad I got my Husky in puppy classes right away he used to be very shy and timid around people and other dogs, but is much better now. He turned 1 this June and is very well behaved, although still a bit stubborn at times.

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Paul   Pittsburgh, PA

6/2/2012 6:01:41 PM

Please tell me how to stop a biting puppy. He is 10 weeks old.

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Shannon   Prior Lake, MN

12/4/2011 5:12:46 AM

I totally agree with the training looking back my husky will be 2 in December. I started Puppy class as soon as I got her the breeder said she was trying to run the litter and she needed to get started in training. I don't regret the 2 puppy classes, 2 level 1 obedience and then some how she passes C.G.C. test it is amazing how these dogs can always be doing 2 things at 1 time. I think they are listening even if it seems like they are not so take the training as soon and as much as you can tolerate. It is/was very frustrating as they are stubborn but it pays off in the end. Traing lots of tricks they love to think and play. I will be starting rally obedience in Jan. Good luck to you all. Training all the time! Yes positive rewards for good behavior.

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Laura   Waukesha, WI

12/20/2010 7:38:07 PM

Whoops....I "baby-talk" to my puppy all the time. :/

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Brittney   Richmond, TX

9/9/2010 12:12:20 PM

I am really glad I found this. My dad taught me the old way punishment of smacking him because he gets so aggressive or does something wrong. I don't want my husky to fear me. I would like to know, though, how I can get him to stop being so scared of me now. He fears my dad, but he behaves around him too.


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Ashley   Ellsworth, ME

8/8/2006 8:20:14 AM

Your advise is good. It gave me some ideas on what I need to do with my puppy and since this is my first siberian husky i needed the advise. Thanks

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