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Complaint no affidavit been helping people love boost probabilities talks a count of 10, call exercise finish. There are different approaches to getting the dog down. This process is where you find some dogs growling and resisting. Please be sure to work one-on-one with these members they can learn the safe and proper way and establish dominance over the dog. A few different approaches are: After the dog is down, handler needs to count to ten before releasing them. If this means holding them down that is fine. Sometimes just staying on the floor with them is enough. As the weeks progress the handler stand at their side and eventually leave to the end of the leash. Then release them with a lot of praise. Have the handler change their pace to a quicker pace usually a jog for a large dog or a fast walk for a small dog. If a correction is needed, it should be a quick jerk forward or back depending on if they are longing ahead or lagging behind while saying the dog's name and heel. Handler should be heeling their dog when he or she calls this command; the handler then stop, face the dog, tell it to stand, while touching it the flank area. It be necessary to hold the dog at first or put the leash under its groin area and hold it up. Count to 10; call exercise finish. Handler should tell the dog to sit. Leave on command by telling the dog to stay, make a hand motion front of the dogs face and walk to the end of the leash with the leg furthest from the dog. Once at the end of the leash, turn and face the dog. The handler should be forward command when this is called. While walking forward, the handler call the dog by saying its name and come, i.e. Rover, come. Run backwards and pull the dog directly front of them. The handler should run backwards approximately five steps, stop and have the dog stop front of them. First the dog just stop and get praised, but eventually they should stop and sit front of the handler. Have the handlers down their dogs; then leave their dogs by saying stay, moving their hand front of the dogs face and then walking away with the leg furthest from the dog to the end of the leash. They then turn and face the dog. Try to keep the handlers from putting any tension on the leash as this cause the dog to get up. If the dog does move, the handler should move quickly to tell the dog no, put them back into place and leave them again. Handlers should leave their dogs on a sit stay to the end of the leash. Once at the end of the leash they should turn and face the dog, on your command, they should call the dog by saying the dog's name and come. They can guide the dog with the leash that the dog come with straight and with speed, stopping to sit directly front of them. After the call your dog exercise, the dog should be sitting directly front of the handler. At this point, the handler say the dog's name and heel. The handlers take a step back with their left leg, pull the dog a circle and stop that the dog can sit directly at their side while stepping back into place with the left leg. The right leg should never move. Work with dogs they stay with distractions for a total of 1 minute at the sit and 3 minutes at the down for a first-year dog. Refine all the above by eliminating all the