Great Dane dog
training cannot be
compared with any other dog training and don't compare your
Great Dane with any other dog.
Great Danes are physically
the largest breed of all dogs. They are huge, lovable and
readily huggable pets, yet still the size of a small Shetland pony.
It’s their size that sometimes makes them difficult to manage and
train. They can act like any other small dogs and if they could,
crawl into your lap.
They have several pleasant characteristics that
makes them a very lovable choice for a pet. They can be
loyal and obedient provided that you give them the appropriate dog
training and lots of love.
Great Dane is full of courage and spirit. This breed has a strong
social need to be around people. At times you would think they
think they are people. Further more it is important to
teach him how to behave around children and adults.
Danes can be both a wonderful champion and a guard dog . Their normal
behavior ranges from being
quiet, calm and laid back but can quickly turn into a dangerous raging
bull whenever he feels a need to protect you or your children. Thus, it
is ultimately your responsibility to teach him the dog training methods
that suit him and his size.
At a sweet young age, you should start
to use all the necessary dog training methods on
your Great Dane puppy. Take a look at the following dog training
points and remember the very importance of puppy training.
first point to remember is that separation anxiety can often affect any
puppy. You want to learn the tips in dealing with or
avoiding separation anxiety. Then you can leave for work every
day knowing that you are doing the right thing.
The best dog
results, are realized when your puppy feels that he or she is truly
loved and cared for by its owner. This is accomplished by giving
him/her a safe place to sleep and play. Begin by introducing him/her to
their own play area, toilet, etc.
Your puppy should differentiate the areas
of their new home so that their behavior can be properly
At a very early age socialize
your puppy to loud and quiet babies, male and female dogs,
and other animals too. These other family members
will become your puppies new pack members.
should introduce him to both the quiet and loud activities common
to your household like running the
this he/she will not turn aggressive or stress out when there is a
sudden change in their environment.
your puppy grows older and becomes more curious and active, give
him/her simple commands. Remember keep it very, very
simple. Repeat them over and over and over again until your puppy
becomes familiar with and understands your command.
very consistent in instilling dog training obedience in him/her. Always
remember to reward your dog when he/she has done something good and
reprimand them only when needed and only at the exact moment the bad
It is vital that you let your Great Dane
companion feel that he/she is accepted and safe with you. They will love you more if
you show them love and show that you appreciate them.
If you remember one thing, dog
training in and of it’s self, when done the right way, shapes a
dogs attitude towards other people and towards you as their pack leader.