Basic Labrador Training Teams
There are several reasons to train Labrador puppies, no less important is the fact that the owner first of all wants a calm and obedient dog as his companion. When it comes to Labradors, you can forget about “calm”, if you don’t instill in it some basic commands at an early age.
In itself, training can be a continuous process, but you must first enter and master the basic commands, before trying to deepen the Labrador in more advanced techniques. The basic commands used in the training of Labrador puppies are: Next, your Labrador should walk next to its owner on a loose leash, without tension.
The dog should not go in front or behind, but near the owner. Foo
With this word most labradors have problems! Labradors are known for their selective hearing and ‘fu’ is the team they prefer to filter out. Unfortunately, ‘fu’ is probably the most important word your puppy should learn, so stick with this command.
Sitting Training to sit on the team – this is the basic skill that the dog needs in the future, when learning more complex commands. Mastering the ‘sit’ command is an excellent basis for more advanced training.
This is another important team that plays a key role in future training. Making the dog stand – this is the main team that can defuse difficult situations, such as chasing other dogs or when the Labrador is somehow trying to break free of the leash.
And again, if you master this basic command, it will become a key component of more advanced training in the future. Training in many ways helps to strengthen the relationship between the Labrador and his master, but it is important that the owner take the initiative.
In other words, the owner must become an inforser, being the leader of a gang. If you allow the Labrador to become a leader (and it is very, very easy to do), then the dog will soon begin to command. This will lead to all sorts of behavioral problems, so the host must establish himself to the place of the leader.
Training Labrador puppies can be tedious and difficult. But it is always great fun.
And, having mastered several basic commands listed above, you will provide your Labrador with the confidence, knowledge and skills to do more advanced teams and develop training techniques. Having finished with training, let’s say a few words for those who are determined to buy a Labrador puppy and want to know how much a puppy can cost. Based on the analysis of prices in the ads on our website, we can say that the average price of a Labrador puppy in Russia is 13-20 thousand rubles (see graphs below). In Moscow, the prices coincide with the average in Russia, in Ukraine the price of a Labrador puppy is slightly less than 10-15 thousand rubles. When choosing a puppy, we advise you to pay more attention not to the price, but to the working qualities of the puppy, to the health and physical condition of the puppy.