Hush the Husky: How to Train a Husky Puppy
Looking for a guide on how to train a Husky puppy? The aptly named Siberian Husky is a breed of dog that is just cool to look at. This breed is the closest breed to a wolf, and many edgy kids (no offense to those whose wish to get a Husky is genuine) prefer to choose this dog over the goofy-looking Shiba Inu. From the outer shell, a Husky is cool, calm, and collected, traits that are considered ‘edgy’ in this era.
But it is only the outer shell. This article here will tell you more about how a Husky really is, and this article will also tell you how to train them to be the dog that you are looking for.
A short bit about Huskies
Huskies look like wolves, particularly those arctic wolves you often see in winter time show. Because they look like wolves, they have a mindset that resembles a wolf. What does this mean? They have between them something called hierarchy, just like wolves. In a hierarchy, you have this thing called the ‘alpha’ and the ‘betas’. The alphas rule over the betas, get my meaning?
What I am trying to say is that you should strive to be the alpha if you ever decide to get yourself a Husky. You must establish dominance over the wolf-like dog, and you must be confident if you want the thing to respect you. If not, they would just trample over your lack of leadership and they would run amok in your house.
They are difficult to train, but with persistence comes reward
Because this breed of dog is a bit independence, training them is like trying to clone a goat: hard. With persistence, however, you would be handsomely rewarded. Huskies are a loyal companion; if you manage to dominate them, they would be a friend that is second to none.
That is all I can tell you about huskies. The point is, you need to be patient yet confident in handling huskies if you want to know how to train a Husky puppy to get obedient.