How to Train Your Boston Terrier
What is the best way to train a Boston Terrier? We all know Boston Terriers are smart, loving, hilarious and energetic, but we also know, they can be stubborn and set in their ways.
If you’re able to unlock the power of your Boston Terrier’s natural intelligence, you’ll be able to use simple training techniques in order to encourage good behaviour.
Brain Training for Dogs was designed to help individuals discover the root cause of their dogs’ behaviour and offers gentle techniques which are suitable for all dogs.
How this program will help you effectively train your Boston Terrier:
You will focus on the root cause of your Boston Terrier’s behaviour:
Most dog owners make the mistake of turning to programs or dog trainers which provide generic advice on how to solve key behaviour issues such as barking and biting. While some generic advice may produce short term results, they lose their effectiveness over time as they fail to address the root cause of the unwanted behaviour.
Other programs fail to address the root cause of the unwanted behaviour.
In order to change your Boston Terrier’s behaviour for the long term, it’s essential to work on addressing the root cause of their behaviour. As an example, if you want your Boston Terrier to stop chewing on your shoes, you need to work on finding out why they chew on shoes.
For instance, if they chew on your shoes when you’re away at work, their behaviour may be due to feeling stressed out and anxious. If you are able to address that anxiety, you’ll find that they’ll no longer feel the need to chew on your shoes.
Brain Training for Dogs is particularly effective as it will guide you through the step by step process, making it easy to train your squishy faced Boston!
With this program, you won’t fall into the trap of believing that you have to act like an alpha:
Unfortunately, many dog owners believe the lie that they have to use dominance focused training techniques in order to effectively train their dog. However, research has proven that dominance focused techniques aren’t necessary and will negatively effect your bond with your dog. Worse yet, dominance techniques will only teach your dog to fear you.
Don’t dominate your dog, strengthen your existing bond with him or her.
Instead, it’s a wise idea to use proven techniques in the Brain Training for Dogs program to strengthen your existing bond with your dog. You want your Boston Terrier to love and respect you… and associate positive emotions with you AND training.
Dogs are far more intelligent than you give them credit for.
Dogs are far more intelligent than you give them credit for, so in order to easily train your Boston Terrier, it’s a great idea to work on developing their innate intelligence.
As an example, you may want to invest in purchasing toys which will stimulate your Boston Terrier’s brain. Better yet, you may discover that if you stimulate your dog’s brain on a regular basis, they may stop unwanted behaviours on their own. For example, your Boston Terrier may be chewing your shoes because it is bored or frustrated.
The Brain Training for Dogs program will provide you with all the information which you need in order to:
Stop your Boston Terrier from jumping on you or others.
Keep your Boston Terrier from whining.
Stop your Boston Terrier’s unwanted barking.
Eliminate unwanted fears and anxieties.
Stop unwanted chewing on household items.
Get your Boston Terrier to listen better.
Eliminate Boston Terrier leash pulling and much more!
Don’t purchase dog training programs from people with no professional experience.
One of the worst decisions which you can make as a dog owner is to purchase a dog training program which has been written by an individual who has no professional experience as a dog trainer.
In fact, you’d be shocked by just how many dog training “experts” market dog training products, who don’t have any dog training qualifications.
If you mistakingly take advice from an individual who doesn’t understand canine psychology and behaviour your dog’s unwanted behaviours could become more frequent or more severe.
Your dog’s unwanted behaviours could become more frequent or more severe.
One of the key reasons why Brain Training for Dogs is so effective is that it was created by Adrienne Farricelli. She has over 10 years of field work, certifications, industry experience, apprenticeships to master dog trainers and much more.
You can trust the tips which you’ll find in the training guide as they are based off scientific research and countless hours of field work.
What types of issues can be solved using Brain Training for Dogs?
Boston Terrier Potty training:
If you have a puppy or are considering adding a puppy to your family, this program will help you house train your Boston Terrier puppy without getting frustrated. Alternatively, if you have an adult Boston Terrier who has issues with urinating or defecating in your home, you’ll also be able to use the information contained in this proven Brain Training for Dogs, to toilet train a mature dog. It’s never too late to potty train a mature dog. Dogs of all ages have the capacity to learn new skills and behaviours.
Boston Terrier Aggression:
If your Boston Terrier displays frequent signs of aggression and has a tendency to try and bite your friends and family members, it’s crucial to work on dealing with the root cause of his or her aggression. A dog which shows aggressive tendencies could end up badly hurting you or another individual. So for your own safety and the safety of others, your Boston Terrier should be trained to display gentle, friendly behaviour which we can teach you in the Brain Training for Dogs program.
Boston Terrier Jumping:
If you have a Boston Terrier, you know they love to jump! For toys, treats, but also ON people. Unfortunately, it’s not pleasant to have a dog that tries to jump up on you when you walk through the door or are trying to prepare dinner, or have guests over. The Brain Training for Dogs program can help you eliminate this behaviour. Especially if you have a difficult time taking your dog for walks or to your local dog park because it tries to jump up on strangers who cross your path. Or if you refrain from inviting friends to your home due to your dog’s behaviour.
Boston Terrier Digging:
If your Boston Terrier constantly digs new holes in your garden, there are techniques listed in the Brain Training for Dogs guide which will help you dissuade your dog from digging anywhere. No one wants a muddy yard of their beautiful garden destroyed by something that can be avoided by some simple training!
Boston Terrier Whining:
If your Boston Terrier has a tendency to whine and howl in order to get your attention, you can gently train your dog to stop using that unwanted behaviour as a way to get your attention. In most cases dogs whine when they are not in any danger and simply are bored and want extra attention, toys or treats.
Boston Terrier Chewing:
Chewing is a common issue which many dog owners share. If your Boston Terrier loves to chew on your furniture or on your favorite shoes, the good news is that chewing is a relatively simple issue to rectify with Brain Training for Dogs. So if you want to protect your household objects from being destroyed by your Boston Terrier, it’s well worth learning the techniques for training this behaviour away!
Boston Terrier Anxiety:
If your Boston Terrier suffers from anxiety and has fears of certain sounds or objects, you’ll definitely find the Brain Training for Dogs useful. For example, if your dog is deathly afraid of vacuum cleaners, you’ll be able to learn how to help your dog overcome their fears in a kind, gentle and nurturing manner. As another example, if your dog gets anxiety every time it hears a knock on your door, you’ll also be able to help your Boston Terrier work through their fears. As you’ll be able to train your dog to associate things which they irrationally fear such as vacuum cleaners and knocking sounds with more pleasant experiences.
Boston Terrier Obedience:
We love our squishy faced Boston’s, but they can be bad listeners. If your dog doesn’t listen when you tell it no or refuses to follow simply commands, you’ll also be able to use the tools in Brain Training for Dogs to have a better listening and obedient Boston! In order for you to enjoy the time that you spend with your dog, it’s also critical that your dog understands and respects you, for the safety and wellbeing of both you and your Boston Terrier.
Boston Terrier Leash pulling:
Do you have a bossy Boston that pulls your arm off the entire walk? If you’re often frustrated by your dog pulling on its leash, it’s well worth addressing their behaviour. It’s important to take your dog for a walk everyday and you’ll be more likely to skip days if your dog is difficult to walk and constantly tugs on their leash. Instead it’s possible to train your dog to walk calmly beside you. Remember that your dog’s lead should be slack and there shouldn’t be any tension on their lead when you go for your walks together.
How will enhancing your dog’s intelligence help you train your dog?
It’s scientifically proven that smarter dogs are often better behaved than the average dog:
What are some of the key benefits of ensuring that your dog is mentally stimulated:
If you follow the training techniques in Brain Training for Dogs and you work on ensuring that your dog is mentally stimulated on a daily basis, you’ll notice that your dog’s behavioural issues will often solve themselves.
Your dog will also be better behaved and will respond to your commands quickly. In the long term your dog will also be able to learn new behaviours and skills much quicker. Lastly, but most importantly your bond with your dog will improve and you’ll begin to enjoy spending even more time together.
With Brain Training for Dogs, your Boston Terrier’s behavioural issues will often solve themselves.
Can anyone use the techniques which are listed in the training guide?
Yes, even if you’re just adopted your first dog and don’t have any prior experience training dogs, you’ll have no issues using my techniques in order to teach your Boston Terrier positive, behaviours. Even if you’re close to giving up on your dog and have been tempted to re-home your dog due to serious behaviour issues, you’ll be able to help your dog turn over a new leaf. In fact, a few weeks after using the Brain Training for Dogs’ techniques you may notice that your dog has already become well mannered and obedient and is a delight to spend time with.