Is it difficult to train your Siberian Husky?

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You probably know how difficult it is to have a big dog in the house. It goes without saying that all dogs should be trained to some standards and should know basic manners. A lot of people feel scared when they see a large dog, even if he is wearing a collar and an owner is nearby. Some dogs will start barking on the spur of the moment or may easily get excited. This also can scare passers-by when you are walking with your pet. Only you, as a handler, know your doggy. If you want your pet to be obedient, you should start training him from an early age. First of all, teach your dog the simplest commands such as "sit", "stay" and "come". The commands should be pronounced clearly. Train your dog frequently, but remember that training sessions should be short, otherwise your doggy will become bored very easily. It is important to reward your pet. The easiest way is to train your pet before the meal. In this case, he will associate a meal with the reward. In addition to food or snack, you can buy him toys or just take him with you for a walk.