Dog Breeds2018-09-05T20:50:53+00:00

Dog Breed Training Profiles


Maltese Training Profile Weight: Less than 7 pounds Height: 7 to 9 inches Lifespan: 12 to 15 years Maltese Temperament and History This is [...]


Maltipoo training is most effective when trainers use positive training techniques, as these dogs don't usually respond to negativity.


Papillon training and socialization are important early in life if you want to keep them from developing bad behaviors as they get older.


The biggest Pomeranian training challenge you'll likely face is house breaking them. Although they can be vocal, they're not aggressive dogs.


Help your Pomeranian-Husky mix curb aggressive tendencies by enrolling them in Pomsky training lessons and asserting yourself as the alpha.


Poodle Training Profile Weight: 40 to 70 pounds (standard), 10 to 15 pounds (miniature) and 4 to 6 pounds (toy) Height: 21 inches (standard), [...]


The key to pug training is being an assertive pack leader. If the owner does not assume that role, they’ll try to take it on it themselves.

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Due their hunting dog ancestry, Rhodesian Ridgebacks can be aggressive. But socializing them early can help stave off those tendencies


Lots of Rottweilers behave defensively, which can come off as aggressive. A strict training regiment will help them overcome those behaviors.

Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu training will result in an obedient dog, and will help reduce this breed's urge to wander off without their owners.

Shih Tzu

If you decide to go through with Shih Tzu training, make sure you use positive reinforcement toward these sweet, gentle dogs.

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