Siberian Husky Training Ebook

Siberian Husky Breed Specific Training Ebook

Husky Obedience Training Formula is the ultimate guide that shows you how to quickly and easily train your husky without using punishment and without ever touching your dog. Kevin Decker reveals his most effective proven training formula to finally end your husky's behavior problems with an easy step-by-step guide to create that blissful relationship every owner needs. The best part about it is you won't Ever have to hit your dog, yell, or use (abusive) training devices such as electric shock collars, choke collars, or prong collars! Husky Obedience Training Formula will teach you how to use simple voice commands, hand gestures, and well-timed positive reinforcement methods to put a stop to your husky's bad habits, make your husky happy, healthy, and obedient.

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Author: Kevin Decker
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Realistic Expectations

A second factor in training your dog to come when called is your dog's personality, which is partially related to his breed, or mixture of breeds. Of course, not all dogs within a breed are the same, but looking at what the breed was historically bred to do will give you a clue to the ease with which your dog can be trained to come. As a general rule, dogs bred to work independently of man and to have a high energy level are harder to train to come when called. Northern breeds, like the Siberian Husky,

Question of Breeding

When I was given my first dog, a Border collie called Shane, there were relatively few breeds readily available to buy. How things have changed. Today, new owners face a bewildering choice of breeds, from exotic Oriental dogs like the Akita and the shih-tzu, to breeds that, until recently, were considered rare, like the Newfoundland or husky.

Lapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

Inda Spurlin developed the Alaskan Klee Kai (AKK) in the 1970s and '80s, using the old Alaskan Husky as the foundation breed. She also used a Siberian Husky and some smaller dogs of similar conformation. Her goal was a smaller-sized husky-type breed that would be an excellent companion dog.

Introducing the Big Hairy Deal Double Coated Breeds

Grooming Double Coated Dog Breeds

I Alaskan Husky Siberian Husky As I talk about these double-coated breeds, you may notice a huge variation in length of their coats. Some breeds, like the Norwegian Buhund and the Siberian Husky, can have relatively short, dense coats, but others, like the Keeshond and the Samoyed can be downright woolly. So the coat length usually is somewhere between one and four inches.

Haircoat

Your dog is born with a certain hair type. There's no denying it Your dog can be wild and woolly, curly, straight and sexy, or bald and beautiful. The different textures of dogs' hair are far-ranging, from the Puli's usually tangled nightmare (until the dreadlocks form) to the Siberian Husky's heavy coat that can look ratty when she's shedding profusely (see Chapter 9 for more on blowing coat).

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The official AKC standard for the Siberian Husky says Sounds good to me The Siberian Husky sounds like a Golden Retriever, doesn't he Yet in real life And the rest of the story isn't anywhere in the Standard. The Siberian Husky is prone to theatrical screaming when he doesn't get his own way often becomes obstinate and sulky when corrected howls when bored digs holes in the yard chews furniture is a master escape artist likes to roam