Rottweilers are known for their sense of stability and confidence. Their stereotype as an adventurous and high-energy dog will not shock you, especially as puppies. A negative stereotype that they also have, however, is aggression. Although this turns people away, what most don’t know is that you can train a Rottweiler just as you would any other dog, and aggression doesn’t need to be an issue. In private dog training with Puppy Trainer Tamar Gellar, you will find that the first rule to train a Rottweiler, just like any other dog, starts with patience.
Tips for Training Your Dog
“It’s not about training for 10 minutes, 3 times a day. It’s about a relationship,” Gellar says. Her specialty is opening up the communication between you and your dog in private dog training in order to have a relationship based on patience and respect. By initiating patience from day one, this puppy trainer is able to teach dogs to be mindful, rather that to just act on impulses. Known for her ability to be more of a heart opener and life coach rather than just a puppy trainer, Tamar can teach you the secret to gaining the trust any dog owner should have.
A few of those tips often overlooked are some of the simpler ones in the book. The most sacred? Surprisingly, knowing when to say his or her name. A dog’s name is incredibly special and shouldn’t be said unless you’re talking directly to him or her. This way, it will create a connection while you train a Rottweiler and won’t lead your pup to be confused as to when you’re actually giving direction.
Regardless of stereotypes, all dogs want are to create a relationship with their owners and to be loved. Training any dog is the same as to train a Rottweiler. Follow Tamar’s lead in private dog training and create that connection today.