Dogs are not only pets, friends and relatives who often bring happiness in our family, but they also help us to take care of our house - protect our possessions. Therefore, take advantages of this useful ability the most successfully! This writing will help you to train your dog to take care of your house and watch out for strangers.
So, how can dogs take care of your house? A dog knowing how to take care of houses will bark when a stranger enters your house’s territory and bite that stranger if he has any action violating the house’s owners and furniture without the permission of the house owner.
- First, pay attention to your dog’s characteristics: is he to gentle? If so, you should train him to be fiercer. Of course, he will just be aggressive with strangers. You should ask for help from other people and implement the training at solitary and large place.
- Enchain your dog by a string and keep him not being out of that string. Get two strangers to hit your dog’s buttocks and back (you should wear protective gear in case the dog bites you because of feeling angry). The angrier your dog is, the more you tease him. If he is scared, you should increase the teasing level. Keep doing this in short time, your dog will be aggressive with strangers immediately.
- If your dog is still small, you should train him by playing cloth hitching with him. Pulling about with him will help him to train his health and be more interested, more aggressive and braver.
- When practicing outside, you enchain your dog into the doors and continuing training like above. This will make him angry and hate strangers especially when being bullied in his own territory, so they will react immediately.
Training your dogs to take care of house,they will warn you when your house is broken into but you do not know. Furthermore, they will help you to protect your assets when you are not at home. A dog which knows how to take care of house is an intelligent dos. You should train them “in time barking order” and “obeying owners” to easily control them when they are too aggressive!