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American Staffordshire Terrier: Education

American Staffordshire Terrier: Education

American Staffordshire Terrier: Education

Raising an American Staffordshire Terrier requires a sense of responsibility and excellent dog skills. Under no circumstances does this large, powerful dog belong in the hands of beginners.

A powerhouse like this should be tip-top trained and listen very well to its owners. Education starts right when a dog moves in with its new owner as a puppy. Visits to the dog school and careful socialization contribute to the four-legged friend becoming an utterly reliable partner.

Important for education: Responsible caregiver

The “Staffie” is a clever four-legged friend with a high willingness to learn. Therefore, a consistent, self-confident dog owner will quickly realize that it is easy to train this dog. An excellent condition for successful cooperation is that this four-legged friend likes to please his owner (“will please”). So it is the responsibility of his master to show him what behavior is expected from him and what is not.

Never should the dog owner show fear towards his pet or let him get away with undesirable behavior. The dog’s good behavior needs to know he can always rely on his human as a guide. Calm, friendly, safe, and consistent handling of this pet is as important as vital, confident leadership and transparent rules.

American Staffordshire Terrier: Other characteristics of the breed

A good workout is elementary for the American Staffordshire Terrier: The bundle of energy must be allowed to romp correctly every day and pursue activities that challenge him. If he is mentally and physically busy, he is happy and can be as calm and balanced as you want him to be. You and the animal will probably have more fun in the country than in the city. Because there, the character’s head can fully satisfy his urge to move.

You should work with him on his guard and protective instinct, which should never lead him to act on his authority. A dog trainer will help you with any uncertainties.

American Staffordshire: A family dog with the proper training

Its robust exterior quickly strikes some dog skeptics as frightening. Yes, the American Staffordshire Terrier belongs to the so-called fighting dogs, but the four-legged friend is harmless and suitable for families with a loving and consistent education. He is even called “Nannydog” in English because of his distinct protective instinct. Encourage his positive qualities by being friendly to him and decisively presenting yourself. Then you will have a lot of fun together.

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