Teaching basic commands like sit, stand, run, lie down, etc. is an easy task, right? Having the dog respond to his or her name is also something that’s quick for the dog to grasp. One step further, slightly more challenging, would be protection dog training.
But this doesn’t mean that the task is an impossible one. What I mean to say is that you need a lot more patience if you want to teach your dog advanced techniques.
Guard dog training tips include teaching the dog to attack and retreat on command. And this takes a considerable amount of effort on your part.
You can easily hire professional services to make this happen. But if you’re anything like me, then you would want to carry out the job yourself. And that’s great because this way you can train your dog keeping his or her physical and mental abilities in mind.
Also, personal training will allow you to discipline the dog as per your needs and requirements.
So let’s learn how to make your dog a guard dog. The process may be long, but it’s something that you can achieve with consistent practice and tons of patience.