Have you ever wondered if it would be a good fit for you? Well, you are not alone as there are many pet owners who have wanted a poodle to become a part of their family. If you would like to own a poodle, then read on.
As stated above, owning a poodle is not for everyone as you will be adopting a pet. As stated before, you will be adopting a dog. This is a lot of responsibility to place on your shoulders. So before you even think about owning a poodle, do you have the time and dedication needed to care for one? Do you have enough space? Do you have the heart for a dog that has had some bad experiences?
Are you willing to give your poodle the love and attention they need? Do you feel comfortable having them around children? Do you have the stomach for a dog that sheds?
Are you willing to learn and grow with the dog? For example, do you want to be a guide dog for a blind person or a hearing dog for a deaf person? Dogs can make great friends and companions. As stated before, dogs make good friends. If you are going to adopt a poodle, you will need to be around them almost all of the time. You will need to do obedience and socialization classes. You will need to keep them around you all of the time, so that they know that you are their friend. You will need to teach them about new things in your home and your world. Dogs love to learn. You will need to teach them about the things in your world, like new clothes, furniture, pets and of course new food.
So before you make up your mind on a poodle, think about the things you want to teach them. In addition, ask yourself these questions:
* Does he have a job? Like, a dog with a job would not be good for you. As stated above, you will be raising a dog and not a pet.
* Will he fit in with your family? Does he get along with children? Do you have the time to spend with him?
* Do you have enough space for him? If you are thinking of getting a puppy, will he fit in your car? If you are thinking of getting a larger dog, how big will he get?
* Do you have the heart for a dog that has had bad experiences? Do you have the patience to teach him?
* Do you like your children? Children are an integral part of your family. So is your spouse, etc. You don’t think that having a dog that has been abused is right, do you?
The best decision you will ever make! Happy dog ownership!
[, Music, ], [ Applause, ], owning a dog comes with a water responsibility, dogs need a safe environment and a nutritious diet. They need veterinary care plus. They need exercise attention and plenty of training it’s.
No wonder that, in addition to searching for a dog who’s easy to own many people want a dog who will easily learn new tricks or learn to relieve himself outside to be clear. You ‘ Ll still need to spend plenty of time.
Training. Your dog and dogs, who are easy to train often still need lots of your time and energy, but the dogs who are easiest to train will quickly associate commands with actions and most of the time they’ll want to please you and follow your Instructions in this video we have listed the top 10 easiest dog breeds to Train number 10 miniature schnauzer.
The miniature schnauzer finds it easy to learn new commands, but you ‘ Ll definitely need to work to keep this high energy dog occupied, and you ‘ Ll have to train him to not bark excessively.
Fortunately, the AKC explains this breed craves human companionship, which, combined with the breeds intelligence, makes him easy to train for all kinds of activities. He is alert and spunky, but also obedient to commands the breed benefits from basic obedience, training and ongoing socialization, but they are obedient and quick to learn extremely devoted, very playful and very affectionate number 9 Rottweiler.
The Rottweiler takes easily to training, but he definitely needs a job to keep him happy. This dog’s. Intelligence, endurance and willingness to work make him suitable as a police, dog, herder service, dog therapy, dog obedience, competitor and devoted companion.
You’ll need to train him on basic obedience commands as well as social skills, and you ‘ Ll also have to harness his natural territorial instinct, but he to know that you’re in charge, even if he is twice your size.
The American Rottweiler Club explains that these dogs need socialization exercise and stimulating mental challenges. With these things, you will have a wonderful companion. Without them, your Rottweiler may become destructive and out of control number eight Doberman only experienced dog owners should consider a Doberman Pinscher.
But if you’re able to provide consistent training and leadership, it can become a friendly member of your family. Just remember, Dobermans, like many other dogs can become destructive and aggressive. If you let them become a be truly bored or lonely.
The Doberman who is well trained and socialized is a loving pet, a world-class Family Guardian and a versatile canine athlete. These dogs require intelligent handling, but are versatile and activities, including search and rescue obedience and work as a guide or therapy dog number seven golden retriever.
The golden retriever makes a great companion for novice dog owners. This dog wants to please they have a joyful playful approach to life and maintain this childlike behavior for longer than some other breeds.
According to the golden retriever Club of America, dogs, including golden retrievers, are problem-solvers and learned by trial and error, but your golden isn’t, the only one who will be learning during the process of training.
As you teach your dog the steps necessary to learn the obedience exercises, he will respond correctly or incorrect and you must learn how to respond appropriately. Number six Labrador, Retriever the Labrador Retriever, takes the cake that’s, the most popular dog in the US and for a good reason.
The breed is easy to train whether you want one as a family, dog or working dog. The AKC reports lab socialize. Well with humans and with other dogs, but you shouldn’t confuse his laid-back personality for low-energy.
The Labrador Retriever is extremely active. He’s, never met a backyard. He didn’t, like these dogs are eager to please and non aggressive towards man or animal number. Five poodle. The standard poodle consistently ranks as one of the most intelligent and obedient breeds, which can sometimes feel like an uncommon combination.
Poodles are very intelligent and easily trained to do a number of things. Some of the activities that poodles enjoy are tracking hunting, agility and obedience. The poodle Club of America advises that a poodle should be a member of the family.
Prospective owners of poodles should be equipped to provide a fenced-in area in which the poodle can exercise or be prepared to walk the poodle regularly on a leash number four Australian Shepherd. The Australian Shepherd can learn anything.
You can teach him, but you need to keep him busy and entertained. In fact, you ‘ Ll, probably need to continually devise new games and challenges for this highly intelligent dog, as the American Kennel Club explains.
This breeds strong work drive can make Aussies more dog than a sedentary pet owner might bargained for Ozzy ‘ S are remarkably intelligent, quite capable of out thinking and unsuspecting novice owner.
These dogs are highly trainable and easily housebroken because they are intelligent and eager to please, but you’ll need to channel your dog’s energy, to keep this behavior under control. Number three german shepherd! The german shepherd is eager to please and ready to work.
This very active breed needs. Regular mental and physical exercise, however, devotees love the breed for its loyalty, courage and the ability to learn and retain commands for an amazing number of specialized jobs.
The German Shepherd Dog Club of America reports, simple training, should begin the moment. Your puppy arrives home. A German Shepherd puppy can learn his name and basic commands as early as eight weeks old number two border collie.
If you’re an experienced dog owner and simply want a dog who will take to training? Well, you might want to consider a border collie. The border collie has tons of energy, but wants to please you. The AKC advises the uncanny intelligence, athleticism and train ability of Border Collies have a perfect outlet in agility work translation.
This workaholic dog will never be a couch potato, so you’ll need to expend some of your own energy keeping him busy activities such as agility, flyball rally, herding and tracking all enable your dog to learn new mental skills, and they can help you Provide your border collie with the vigorous daily exercise.
He needs number one Malinois, those of Belgian Malinois temperament is sometimes willful and playful. They are highly trainable and thrive on obedience, trick and agility training. They can read the smallest of movements and even detect changes in facial expression.
This breed is highly intelligent, begin socialization and training early to make the most out of the melon walls. Intelligence, rapid learning, ability and dry is sensitive to harsh Corrections, be firm, fair and consistent.
Using positive reinforcement techniques such as praise play and food rewards, that concludes our video of the ten most trainable dog breeds ever which of these dog breeds. Did you like the most? Let us know in the comments – and if you like this video then subscribe and turn on notifications, so you’ll, be the first to know when a new video comes out thanks for watching and we’ll see you all next time.
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