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February, 25 2014

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There is no doubt that you know how difficult it is to raise a big dog. Do you agree that all dogs should be trained to some standards and should know basic manners? Do you agree that sometimes people feel scared when they see a large dog, even with a collar on his neck? There are a lot of cases when dogs start barking on passers-by or may easily get excited. Only  you, as a handler, know your Great Dane perfectly.
 
If you want your pet to be obedient, it is recommended to start training process when he is still a puppy. First of all, teach the dog to obey your simple "commands" such as sit, stay and come. The commands should be pronounced clearly. Train your Gentle Giant frequently, but remember that training activities should be short, otherwise your doggy will become tired and bored easily. Don't forget to reward your pet. The easiest way is to train your pet before the meal. In this case, he will associate a meal with the reward. We wish you good luck in training your beloved friend.
 

General information about training

 

The main idea of the training is that the dog should be taught to use his hindquarters. Hip joints, stifle joints, hock joints and even toes should be flexible and work as good as an oiled machine. The ligaments should be strong and the muscles - powerful and flexible.