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A while ago I start training a Labradoodle*. Her name is GIGI and now she is almost 11 month old. She lives with Mom and two kids.

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Gigi

During the day Grandpa, who lives nearby, take her for walks.

Her mom is very serious about traing GIGI.

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Gigi with family

First Gigi started classes when she was a puppy aged about 4 month old.

Next she trained in Basic class.

Now GIGI is coming for our Play and Train program.

GIGI and her Mom are some of my best students.

Some tips to get good results from training:

Dogs learn best by repetition. A good dog  owner has patience to work with a dog

Never practice exersises with a dog when you are tired or in bad mood.

Practice every day for only 5-10 min.at the time a few timea each day.

You need to teach your dog everything you want him to learn.

In other words:

·        tell the dog what you want

·        help the dog to do it

·        then reward the dog when it performs an act correctly. 

Dogs learn from your body language and by various intonation of your voice.

Give commands in a gentle non-threatenin, but firm voice. Remember voice tone is a key form of communication with your dog. 

Whan you’re training a dog to perform a command, you must teach the dog step by step. 

 

*For information: The Labradoodle was first deliberately bred in 1989, when Australian breeder Wally Conron first crossed the Labrador Retriever and Standard Poodle for Guide Dogs Victoria. His aim was to combine the low-shedding coat of the Poodle with the gentleness and trainability of the Labrador, and to provide a guide dog suitable for people with allergies to fur and dander. Guide Dogs Victoria continue to breed Labradoodles and Labradoodles are often used around the world as guide, assistance, and therapy dogs as well as being popular family dogs.

Like most Labrador Retrievers and Poodles, Labradoodles are generally friendly, energetic and good with families and children (although as with any dog the temperament may vary between individuals). Labradoodles also often display an affinity for water and the strong swimming ability present in both their parent breeds.

Like their parent breeds, both of which are amongst the world’s most intelligent dog breeds, Labradoodles are very intelligent and quite trainable. Labradoodles can be taught to obey verbal or sign language commands, or both, and remain commonly used as guide dogs for disabled or handicapped persons around the world.

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Labradoodles

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