About This Breed
Owczarek Podhalanski dog training
is not a difficult task due to the features of the breed. This breed, originating in Poland is also known by the names of Tatra Mountain Sheepdog, Owczarek Tatrzanski or Polish Mountain Dog. However you call it, this breed is highly energetic, cheerful and easy-going, being used as guardians or in different matters, used also in police work or guidance for people with disabilities. The Tatra Mountain Sheepdog training considers the breed's independence and self-sufficiency. The Owczarek Podhalanski will easily adapt to any situation, having a very independent personality. The Owczarek Podhalanski is a well-proportioned dog, having a white thick fur that doesn't need cleaning or special attention.
How to Train the Owczarek Podhalanski in Austin
In case you need to train an Owczarek Podhalanski dog, the training of the puppy won't be any different than any other puppy training. You only need to have patience, to know they are able to learn, and that they don't need firm training. Due to the independent nature of the breed, the training of the Polish Mountain Dog won't be a chore because they don't need people to be pleased, they can easily attach to other animals, sites or even buildings. However you must take into consideration the Owczarek Tatrzanski's irritability and sometimes even lack of courage. When training the Owczarek Podhalanski puppy, try to encourage your pet whenever they carry out a task, using treats or verbal encouragement. The breed's irritability can manifest itself when the Owczarek Podhalanski is left ouside alone at night; it will probably bark a lot.
If you want to learn how to train the Owczarek Podhalanski you must know that this breed needs to dominate either a dog or the sheep flock, but in case you want the Tatra Mountatin Sheepdog as a pet for your home, be careful not to be the one dominated by the dog. So when you train the Owczarek Podhalanski, you must exert you dominance over the dog as early as possible in order to overcome the dog's independent nature.