Ramsden Bell House Dog Training

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Death at each large corporations therapy animals kept are good cord and repeat as above. This really keeps pup sharp and looking for praise rewards. Remember to check pup with the leash check cord upward and command come when he ignores you, then immediately call him easy tone and pull him to you. Praise excitedly and reward when he arrives. Repeat. Keep lessons short-10 minutes. Do this daily. When he does this without fail, let him drag the check cord on your outdoor jaunts. If he fails to come when called, run him down It's best to use a 30-foot plus check cord for this and be sure to tie a big knot the very end That way you can just simply run up on him, step on the cord and the knot catch on your foot which allows you time to pick it up and reel him Do not praise if you had to run pup down. Take pup to the location from which you originally called him. Release pup again and repeat if necessary. Pup must be coming to you reliably while dragging the check cord before you allow him to run free. Praise excitedly when he does it correctly, offer a small treat and quit training, then just play for a few minutes without asking him to do anything. Even if he does it right within 3 minutes. Never train longer than about 10 minutes per session. Allow at least a 2 or 3 hours between sessions and never more than about 3 sessions one day Method 2. Another way is for two people to sit on the about 3 feet apart. A first person calls pups name and immediately gives a small tasty reward. Then the opposite person does the same. Over a period of days and a couple of weeks, we increase the distance between the two people. If done correctly and not rushing, pup run as fast as he can to get to the person who called him, even the length of a football field Method 3. Here's one that works well if you can find some safe acreage to take your dog to: Release the dog as you normally do, when the dog disappears or is reluctant to return, never repeat the command if you're sure he heard it. Simply sit down some good cover but 't let the dog where you are. Sit quietly and say nothing. Depending on the dog, a bit of time go by and he realize you are no longer there. He looks fast and furious for you, maybe passing within feet of you. he panics. Let him panic for a minute or two When he is good and worried, Stand up and call him. Say it only one time. If he's good and scared, he'll run right to you. PRAISE, PRAISE, and REWARD with a treat. O.K., Here are a couple more suggestions: Another trick is to plant a couple pigeons hidden launchers about 50 to 75 yards apart On a check cord, let him run to the end and lead him _away_ but near the first bird. Then call him to come with you towards the hidden bird If he disobeys, simply reel him and take him into the scent cone. He point flush you fire the blank gun kill the bird if he points it. If he's not pointing yet, simply let him the flushing bird and get excited, then off to the next bird to repeat. Do this a couple times the same way and he worship you as the almighty BIRD GOD and come with you whenever you ask. This is a good alternative way to teach quartering or the 'birds here' command. O.K. one more note about coming to the name. We teach our dogs to come to a special command other than his her name. Example: Chief, here or Chief, come. Why? Because a house companion that you gets talked about a lot. You know casual conversation where you are saying your dogs' name over and over when you are not really calling him her to you. Example: Well you should have seen Chief this morning. Chief wanted to play and I didn't. But Chief persisted and he........... You get the point, right? your pet becomes tone deaf to his own name because half of the time that you speak his name you're not really calling him. We use the the dogs name as attention getter to be