A Little Girl Trying To Teach Her Giant Newfie To Hula Hoop Is A RIOT! Is this a dog training 🙂
Sierra and her much beloved big (BIG) brother take to the stage again in this adorable clip.
Listen to every word and I guarantee your heart will do “cute-flips”…I’m just IN LOVE with everything about this relationship. D’awwww!
There are no more tolerant and loving dogs than those who are the companions of children. These faithful canines put up with whatever the child’s whim of the day may be. In this case, a sweet little girl named Sierra attempts to teach her Newfoundland how to hula hoop. He likely knows right away that isn’t a move in his repertoire, but that doesn’t stop him from patiently watching and listening, its some dog training.
There are a variety of established methods of dog training, each with its adherents and critics. Some of the better known dog training procedures include the Koehler method, clicker training, dominance-based training, negative reinforcement and relationship-based training. The common characteristics of successful methods are knowing the animal’s attributes and personality, accurate timing of reinforcement and/or punishment and consistent communication.
Dog training is teaching a response to cues or commands, or the performance of actions not necessarily natural to the dog, and also raising a dog accommodated to his environment by modifying natural digging, barking and eliminating behaviors. Dog training is defined as the purposeful changing of a dog’s behavior