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Przede wszystkim się mieszkania pod każdym względem zazwyczaj bezbłędny, uwagi we have to maintain and grow on our own. However, now that is fun bonding time vs frustration. The ongoing support from Chris and Breanne ensures that even though setbacks may happen we can work through them. We are enjoying our pups a way I didn't even know was possible. Thank you and looking forward to continuing to train with you guys. I can not say enough good stuff about this company!!! We now are starting to live with Finally able to have our boys enjoy her, go on walks with her, and even show off our new fire hydrant skills haha!!! Which was pretty awesome that she placed for us just as a car pulled up! Yep that's our dog! The awesome one! If you want your dog to finally enjoy life with your family go here!! I too was hesitant, but is happy! Just look at their photos, check out the facility.. the dogs are happy! Thank you to all the trainers and staff who took care and taught Looking forward to our lifelong commitment! The words guard dog elicit some people images of a dog growling and barking at innocent strangers, threatening them to keep them at a distance. That's not how a confident guard dog behaves. Rottweilers are naturally protective of their families, and if they are properly socialized and trained, their attitude toward strangers who 't pose a threat is one of indifference. You 't need to go to great lengths to mold your Rottweiler puppy into a dog who protect you and your family, but it is essential to thoroughly socialize and obedience train this powerful dog. Socialization is essential part of raising any dog, including one intended to be a confident guard dog. Socialization means taking your Rottweiler puppy with you to a variety of places, and letting the puppy meet people and other dogs and animals, indoors and out. These should be happy, positive, rewarding experiences for your Rottie. Socialization familiarizes your puppy with the world and lets the puppy learn how to get along it. A Rottweiler who lacks this socialization is apt to be fearful and to display fear-based aggression. From puppy on, take your Rottweiler for daily walks where you encounter other people and dogs. Take your puppy with you to parks and on trips the car. Joining a dog-training club is a good way to combine obedience training with socialization of your Rottweiler. At the heart of every good guard dog is obedient dog. Your Rottweiler must know that you are control. A Rottweiler who doesn't accept your leadership can be a danger to you and others. Basic obedience instills confidence you and your dog, and establishes a solid foundation for additional training. Basic obedience consists of simple commands, such as Sit, Down, and Stay. Rottweilers are intelligent dogs, and can be expected to learn these commands easily. You can easily teach your Rottweiler puppy basic obedience commands through the use of positive rewards. To teach your puppy to sit on command, allow the pup to focus on the scent of a favorite treat held your hand. Hold the treat above the puppy's eyes and head, and speak the command, Sit. Focused on wanting the out-of-reach treat, the pup soon sit to puzzle things out. Immediately give the treat. With repetition, your Rottweiler quickly learn to connect the command word, the sit, and getting the treat. Over time, you can go on to use this training method to teach your Rottweiler pup commands such as Down, Come, and Stay, and to perfect the way the growing Rottie executes each command. The key to a well-behaved dog is consistency. Integrate obedience into your dog's daily life. Always have your Rottie perform obedience command exchange for anything the dog wants, whether it's to go through a door, get a tummy rub, receive a meal, or have the leash attached to the collar for a walk. All dogs have certain behaviors unique to their breed. Used as a herding dog times long before they were bred Germany to be guard dogs, Rottweilers occasionally try to herd people. This seem like insignificant annoyance, but it is actually a dominance behavior. Put immediate stop to all herding behavior by giving a ‘Stop' command and moving into the dog's space if your dog starts to herd. Push the dog back, and prevent the dog from moving toward you. Properly trained and socialized Rottweilers naturally protect you and your family. They should bark at anyone who knocks on the door, but immediately stop once they realize the person is harmless. They should not demonstrate unpredictable behavior, such as lunging for no reason toward random people. On walks, they should appear alert, but neutral toward dogs and other people around you. If your Rottie is constantly snapping, barking or acting out, the behavior derives from fear, not from protection. Bite training is the