1: Training Your Dog to take a seat (approx 2 days work)
This is one of the simplest training commands to show your dog. That’s why numerous kids wish to take hold of this one!
-Hold a tasty homemade dog treat on the brink of your dog’s nose
-Slowly move your hand and therefore the treat upwards in order that doggy follows the treat together with his nose. Watch how his bottom naturally lowers to the ground. If your dog tries to leap for the treat, gently say no and put the treat behind your back.
-Wait until she is within the sitting position say clearly: ‘sit’ then reward her with the treat and many of affection.
Repeat this sequence a couple of times each day until your dog responds accordingly. Have him sit before mealtimes, before putting on his lead and at the other time once you wish him to be calm and seated.
2: Training Your Dog to remain (approx 3 days work)
Be sure that your dog has mastered the sit command before using stay.
-Ask your dog to take a seat.
-Hold out your hand together with your palm facing him.
-Take three steps backward, repeating the command ‘stay’ while moving back. Keep eye contact together with your dog in the least times. Once he stays, reward him with the treat and affection.
-Every day, increase the number of steps you’re taking back.
Be patient. Sometimes he will run to you before you finish walking back. If he has stayed in situ for a couple of seconds still reward him for this and check out again.
3: Training Your Dog to return (approx 3 days work)
The Dog Control Act stipulates that a dog owner must keep their dogs in check in the least times.
Training your dog with an honest recall technique can help your dog stay out of danger and makes for a more relaxing outing together with your dog.
While there are many collars that will help problematic behavior, the essential dog training command of come is that the initiative in helping to determine boundaries together with your dog.
-Fit your dog with a cushty leash and collar.
-Kneel right down to her level, say firmly ‘Come’ whilst pulling gently on her leash.
Practice this a couple of times daily and make certain to offer the treat and praise. Once your dog has mastered this training technique begin her collar and leash and practice ‘come’ during a safe and enclosed area