Everybody knows having a smart dog can make training your pup a whole lot easier. In this article, Lisa, one of our staff writers, shares whether it is easy or hard to train a Goldendoodle.
*Editor Note: The following content was first published as part of a larger article regarding how smart are Goldendoodles?
Can Goldendoodles Be Easily Trained?
So, Can Goldendoodles be easily trained? Goldendoodles, with their kind demeanor and intelligent personalities, are easily trainable and outgoing family dogs. Due to their highly social manner, the Goldendoodle is typically a quick student, learning multiple commands with proficiency making them perfect pets for first-time dog owners.
The earlier an owner exposes their pet to socializing and training the easier the process will be for both of you. Given the intelligence of the Goldendoodle, combined with their exuberance for interaction and desire to please, they will easily grasp what you expect them to in training.
Potty Training Your Goldendoodle
Potty training your Goldendoodle should be started early, coupled with crate training, this process can be learned quickly as your puppy acquires the ability to control their bladder and bowels. Goldendoodles love to learn new things, even as they age, they are eager to learn new tricks and commands.
It is important to note that with all breeds every dog is different, regardless of how smart they are, or how much they want to please you, training times can vary. If attention is paid to socializing your puppy from birth to 4 months of age many issues, such a biting and housetraining, are easy behaviors to correct.
Socialization For Puppies
Socialization for puppies is crucial as they need to be exposed to a variety of people, situations, places, and items in order to become a well-socialized dog. Successful socialization of your puppy will create positive experiences impacting them for the rest of their lives.
It is important to remember these breeds are full of energy-requiring plenty of exercise in order to have the best training sessions. Taking a vigorous walk, playing, or a trip to the dog park, all of these are great ways to allow your dog to exercise off some of their energy in order to be able to focus on training.
Although a dog with lots of energy can learn something new, their mind may not be as engaged as required, for successful training. Remember the key for success is consistency in your training, by training every day, even if it is for a short period of time.
Goldendoodles are great dogs and have the ability to be easily trained.
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