Training Labrador Puppies: Everything You Need to Know

For shooters who have just got the hang on hunting, but want to try something else out which could give you a helping hand, something like puppy training. Then do not worry. We have decided to give you some leading tips on how to train Labrador puppies, they don’t just keep you company whilst you hunt but also sniff out and bring the dead animals to you which you have shot.

So what exactly do you need to know about training Labrador puppies? Keep reading…

  • When you’re in training mode it is important that you talk to your puppy in a training voice. We advise that this voice be stern but praise the puppy when they have done something correct, this should help them understand on what to do and what not to do.
  • Before training your puppy it is important to get to know your puppy, what we advise people to does is spend quality time with the new puppy to have a better understanding how the puppy works and how you work together. This is a great help when it comes to training as you can focus on your strengths.
  • Make sure to get all the equipment which you need to help you train your puppy, for further information on this visit Pownalls.
  • Make sure to try out a few different training classes before sticking with a certain one, this is because all training classes are different so some will suit you and some won’t. To have a better understanding it is important to do you research and try them out yourself. Make the
    right decision and don’t waste your money on something which simply will not help you.

Because it is so important to get the right training class for your puppy we have decided to add a bit more information on how to find that perfect class for you. So firstly if you’re someone who doesn’t want to train your puppy themselves, then one thing which you need to do is find a class. It is important to do your research and ask fellow shooters who they recommend. When you have come up with a few different training classes, we advise you to oversee the classes and see how the trainer works and how it reacts to your puppy when it fails an exercise, by looking at these different things you should be able to narrow down you search and find a trainer perfect for you and your puppy which will encourage a positive training session.