Dog Training Tips: Come When Called!

A simple exercise to teach our dogs that environmental distractions are not a cue that it’s time to disconnect from us. The emphasis is on non-verbal communication and creating circumstances where the dog will be much more likely to come when they are called. Work on this one gradually and in conjunction with more ‘formal’ recalls around lesser distractions.






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  14. What do u do when your dog goes really far away and out of eye contact? Say the other side of the house in a big yard? Also what kind of treat rewards do u use? My dog we saved from the shelter and has obviously been training with her old owners. But has not been interested an any treat I have tried yet?

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