Dog Socialization Training Seattle

Dog Socialization Training Seattle

Cater for different get 00069 he and century eye hound commands farther out. We go through the same commands while you hold the check cord your hand. We repeat his commands at this longer distance until he is perfect. Remember to keep the end of the check cord your hand at all times that if there is any disobedience, he can't run from you when you move to correct him. Once he is performing all his commands on the check cord your hand, we move on. We begin to drill pup on his new commands on the check cord but this time he drag it and we no longer hold it our hand. I recommend enclosed area Go through the same drills, repeating over and over until he is perfect. he's doing it at any distance the small enclosed area of your back yard! we are working him out away from us and he is learning to do it at any distance but he's not quite there yet! Why do I have him drag the check cord? Because it is a physical reminder of what he has learned and won't be confused. If he disobeys you he remember when you pick up the end of the cord and correct him. that instant you are going back one step to teach the new step. the overlapping? If pup is doing everything well dragging the check cord enclosed area, then take the check cord completely off and repeat your commands It is essential that you stay the same YARD where he has learned everything far. If all goes well it's time to move afield. Always back up one level if pup falters. Correct behavior through repetition. This teaches pup to do what when asked without even thinking. When you change locations, he act like he doesn't understand or want to listen. This is because dogs are physically oriented. They figure the rules your backyard are not the same out a big open field. we start out our new training location, I and mean EVERY new training location, by doing yard work on a leash. afield We go through the whole routine on the lead briefly, then the check cord, then dragging check cord, then no check cord. If the repetition is there and you've not rushed pup, you can whoa or turn pup with a single command at any distance pup can hear you off the check cord completely.If pups messes up at any level the training, back up one step. Guess what? We didn't use e-collar, whoa board, whoa post, studded collar, etc.! Whoo-Hoo!!! Folks, this takes time, and even temper. Sessions are never more than 10 minutes, 2 to 3 well spaced times a day is optimum or 2 to 3 times per week minimum. Always start and end positive like doing something you know he can do well I like 10 minutes twice a day and, if the dog had a particularly tough session, I only train that dog once that day and maybe even skip training the next day, replacing it with additional fun time on the 'off day'. Also, if you are blending layering and pup does it well at say, 6 minutes, then stop and praise! He learns that by doing what you ask there is a reward! Sometimes pup can be confused if you keep drilling the same thing into their head the same lesson. remember, brevity sometimes has more gravity! Also, have fun time on birds between days lessons. This is where you let him find birds that fly away This pleases your pup and keeps his fires lit. 't be a drill sergeant! Eventually, you put him on birds afield after he has learned and performs perfectly all of his commands, especially 'whoa'. We want him to be successful on his first birds after weeks of yard work we temporarily hook the check cord up. you release him while holding the end of the check cord your hand. Let him pull you hard about the field until he finds the bird and establishes point on his own. If he doesn't point, launch the bird, put him back where he first smelled it, whoa him, walk out front where the bird got up, pretend to flush, go back to him and take him away. If he does it right you launch the bird and fire the gun ONLY