I am sharing one of the way to train your red nose pitbull puppies. Starting out, how would a pitbull even know that such a thing as character change was even possible? You’d help a pitbull learn to learn by taking up simple obedience training at first. Teaching your pitbull all those silly little things to do on command – run up to you, sit, stay or whenever – these begin to bring home to a pitbull that his master wants him to do something and complying makes his master happy. You need to establish this kind of thing with really simple training at first. If you’re trying to teach your pitbull to do something as difficult as stop barking without having put him through his paces learning simpler stuff first, he’ll have no idea what you’re trying to get at.
Once you pitbull is familiar with how training actually goes, you can begin to actually train him in bark control. Remember while training him, that to a pitbull, it isn’t at all obvious that anyone would want him to stop barking. For all you know, to him, barking feels like singing – a very pleasant sound. If you tell a teenager playing loud music to just stop it now, of course, he is going to understand; because he knows that older people in general don’t like loud music. A pitbull though, has no idea that humans don’t like loud irritating noises. You need to work hard at making him see this by gently closing his mouth shut when he barks, while telling him not to do it. This will make it dawn on your pitbull that perhaps there is something he’s doing with this mouth at that moment that you aren’t pleased with. You want to utter some command like “stop barking” and make sure that you always stick to this particular command. He’ll then begin to associate this with being quiet.
Hope this pitbull training tips comes handy to you.
This post was written by BPT_Assistant on November 6, 2011