Before we learn how to train a beagle, let us look at its characteristics. The Beagle is a small to medium-sized dog. They are similar to foxhounds, but are smaller with shorter legs and longer, softer ears. Beagles are scent hounds, developed for tracking rabbit, and other small game. They have a great sense of smell and with their tracking instincts they are often used as detection dogs by governments to find prohibited agricultural imports and food items in quarantine around the world.
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Beagles are intelligent but single-minded, and popular pets because of their size, even temper, and lack of inherited health problems.
Are Beagles Good Dogs?
Beagles are happiest when they are kept busy. They don’t like to spend large part of their time alone. Think about a second Beagle as company for the first.
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How to Train a Beagle
There is a lot of training material available for those interested in learning how to train Beagles. By choosing to train your dog yourself you’ll have the advantage of having the ability to fit training times in with your hectic schedule. You can establish your relationship with your dog and be his pack leader. However, at some point you will have to incorporate training at parks on places where there are distractions to further his training. Additionally, you will have to also let him meet other people and dogs to fully develop social skills. You may consider trying out the best online Beagle Training course that has been approved by the SPCA.
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Training a Beagle
Your Beagle, has a well established sense of smell, so, it is very important for your pet to get used to being in its environment where there are lots of distractions. Keeping your Beagle interested when there are new patches of yard and other pet dogs to sniff, will certainly be tough. You do not want to invest the entire training time with your puppy’s nose in the ground! Beagles can be persistent and will be stubborn if they discover something more intriguing to do. You will certainly have to be firm and constant with your commands. The more interesting you make training, the more your Beagle will certainly want to participate and it will quickly acquire the ability to obey your commands. Training a Beagle is extremely satisfying.
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