This breed of dog comes from Austria and has several alternative names, such as Alpenlandische Dachsbracke, Basset des Alpes, Perro Tejonero alpino. It is a small dog used for hunting and tracking. It looks a bit like a Dachshund, smaller than a Dachsbracke from the Alps and bigger than the related German dog, known as its cousin. The Alpine Dachsbracke dog training will be started early when the dog is still a whelp because puppies are always willing to learn plenty of new things, they love to play and they are very curious too. All trainers uphold this statement relying on their vast experience in training different breeds and different ages, noticing that older dogs are not so obedient to the younger ones. Alpine Dachsbracke dog training has the real purpose of reducing the relationship difficulties between the dog and its master.
Training the Alpine Dachbracke dog does not have the purpose of transforming your pet into an automaton, which has to respond in a very precise way to every command. The purpose of any Alpine Dachsbracke dog training is to form a rapport between the owner and his dog, to help the dog become a good companion, to develop a great relationship with its master. As a general effect, the Alpine Dachsbracke dog training is meant to develop and improve the communication and the bond between the owner and his dog. The techniques about how to train an Alpine Dachbracke dog are performed either by the trainer himself or by the dog's owner, but only under the specialist's guidance. This way all the commands given to the dog will be controlled and not given chaotically and the outcomes will be the best possible.