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The Ibizan Hound: A Playful Learner

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There is nothing as pleasing as a hound that would love to play and prance with its owner, showing affection while it is being trained to do something. You will be very lucky if you are able to find a dog that can be trained quite easily. If you have gotten yourself one of the dogs under the hound line, which are generally known to be quite resistant to training, you should be prepared for a challenging journey ahead.

However, there is probably only one dog breed under the hound line that is quite a playful and easy learner, and this is the Ibizan Hound. This dog has great energy and wit, making it a quick learner. It is very receptive to the kind of training that comes in the form of a game. Because of its playful nature, it is always ready to do something fun. Although it can be contented to be just a companion that sits quietly on the couch, an Ibizan Hound is also very enthusiastic to participate in games, especially if they involve a great deal of pouncing, racing, and leaping.

So if you are an Ibizan owner and you want to train your dog, it is up to you to use your imagination to come up with ways to appeal to your dog's playful nature. You should not only give it doggie treats, verbal praises, and pats on the head, but also a training regimen that is fun and invigorating. If your Ibizan Hound sees that your training method is fun enough, it will show more willingness to learn what you want it to do more quickly.

Keep in mind that an Ibizan Hound tends to resist the more traditional "trick and pull" training method. Repetition and manipulation in the physical form are also among the training ways that it doesn't like. When it is subjected to training classes of the traditional type, the Ibizan usually comes out depressed and it will have the tendency to resist anything that is being taught. This is plainly because it is upset about being handled physically.

When you are training your Ibizan Hound, always bear in mind that it is a very playful dog. Because of this, your Ibizan should never be subjected to striking or kicking as a form of discipline. Because it is an intelligent and sensitive dog, an Ibizan is very quick to foster a startle reflex that is quite exaggerated when it is manhandled.

Remember that trainings get the best results when you are consistent and patient, not when you are abusive. If you are imaginative in your ways of training your Ibizan Hound, then you are bound to get the results that you want. Play with it as much as possible. With more love and care, you will get your Ibizan Hound to learn more efficiently and effectively.

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