The alp mastiff dog takes part in the large group of Mastiffs, which have a robust body, short neck, and muzzle, heavy bones and pendant years. This large group is also called Molosser and includes several numbers of dog breeds. The Alp Mastiff dog training is very important because it transforms the dog into a safer and better companion. At the end of any training lessons, the dog will have to be more obedient, more cooperative and the relationship between the dog and its master has to become closer and closer. The Alp Mastiff dog training includes 13 dressage elements, such as discipline, rewarding, getting used to the dog collar and the dog leash, pace walking from the leash, calling the dog, forbidding command, controlling the aggressiveness while eating, sit, stay, lie down and stand commands, socializing the dog with public places, changing directions and pace, the waiting command, not listening to the commands given by strangers and the food refusing.
Training the Alp Mastiff dog is supposed to start with the basic commands and then with other more sophisticated ones. The Alp Mastiff dog training courses have some tips that need to be followed by the trainer in order to be able to dressage the dog properly. The first thing that any trainer needs to do when wanting to start a training lesson, is to make the dog attentive to the commands. The Alp Mastiff dog training attention command can be done by just simply calling the dog's name and then saying: watch or look. After a while, the dog will comprehend these verbal words and will get attentive to the trainer as soon as he gives the command. After that, the dressage lessons can start. The techniques about how to train an Alp Mastiff dog can be found very easily, even in specialized books, on different internet websites, DVDs, compact disks, television and also on local dog trainers.
The Alp Mastiff dog training methods are all based on positive strengthening, mainly due to the fact that this way the dog will get more and more self-confidence and will get more attached to its master.