Training Your Gleneden Puppy
Gleneden Cavachons and Cavanese are intelligent
and respond very well to proper traing techniques. As with all puppies, they don't come neatly preprogrammed. No, training
will take some time, effort, knowledge, and, above all, “consistency” on the part of those trusted with the dog's
care and well being. Sadly but truly, an untrained, undisciplined dog is a misfit that will always reflect poorly on its “Master”.
There is no valid excuse for this ever to happen. If one hears someone grumbling that their dog is “wrecking”
their house it is not too difficult to determine where the fault truly rests.
There is a mountain of information
available in book stores and on the Internet relative to puppy and dog training, albeit the various techniques espoused seem
almost as voluminous as the articles and books themselves. One valuable stop on the Web is GreatPets.com - where reliable
training and behavior advice is available. Highly recommended is Pat B. Miller's "Positive Perspectives: Love Your Dog,
Train Your Dog". This is a most valuable guide to understanding and training your dog. Also recommended is "Dogs
for Dummies" by Gina Spadafori. It contains a wealth of practical information. For TV viewers, a recommeded stop is the
National Geograhic Station and Cesar Millan's "The Dog Whisperer". He skillfully teaches dog owners to be loving