Training doesn’t have to be strict or time consuming. Have your dog ‘sit’ and tell it to ‘wait’ then walk away about ten paces then ask your dog to ‘come’ then ‘sit’ when he gets to you and then praise and treat your dog. This is a very quick recall training session and can be done three or four times a day. Another quick session is to tell your dog to ‘Sit’ then ‘down’ then ‘sit’ then ‘down’ then praise and treat. This is what I call doggy ‘push ups’. When out walking with your dog suddenly ask him to ‘sit’ every now and again and give him a treat, this makes the dog want to listen to you when out walking – he doesn’t want to miss out on the chance of getting a treat now does he! Change pace while walking your dog too – he must never be allowed to pull on his lead and must walk at your pace whatever it is. Suddenly slow down then speed up again then walk at normal pace – this is a simple training technique that can be done daily on your walks too. Praise your dog for doing it right. Try and use all the commands your dog knows on a daily basis so he doesn’t forget them and make them part of your daily routine – just five to ten minutes two times a day will make a big difference. Dogs can forget things just like us humans do and love any chance to earn a tasty treat”.
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