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Dog Training Basic Commands

Here is the procedure which you must follow if you have mastered the 10 basic commands". Before you begin, you must create a pursuit scenario for your dog.

Here is the procedure which you must follow if you have mastered the 10 basic commands". Before you begin, you must create a pursuit scenario for your dog. 1. Then, use the "NAME + STAY" command for short distances. Give the command, and congratulate the dog if he stops moving (SR SOUND + GOOD!"), then reward him. 2. Combine "NAME + STAY" with the "COME" command; surprise the dog regularly with this combination of commands. If he doesn't react appropriately, use the VW "HEY!" + SHORT SPRAY simultaneously. 3. If the dog doesn't master the command "STAY" from a distance, just use the "COME" command. However, it is more efficient to use the "COME" and "STAY" combination. Notes: * It is imperative to congratulate the dog if he returns by your side. * For practice, go to a place where the dog is likely not to hear you. * The command "FETCH" is recommended to help your dog expend his excess energy. * Practice desensitisation and counter-conditioning. In order to determine the cause of his running away, ask yourself the following questions :
What does the dog do when he leaves his territory? * Does he stay around the house? * Does he visit the neighbour's dog? * Does he travel considerable distances? * Does he chase people? * Does he chase animals? * Does he display other behavior? Which one(s)? * Does the running away occur in the master's absence? * Does the dog escape as often when the master is present as when he's absent? * Could the running away have been caused by a change in the family's schedule or habit patterns? * As far as sporadic running away is concerned, could it be caused by fear of a noise or a person? * Does the problem show up in a precise pattern, or is it unpredictable? * How often does the problem occur - once a month? Once a week, or more? * When the dog returns after running away, is he punished for it? * How is he punished? Is he verbally reprimanded? * Is he struck? Do you use other punishment techniques? * Does the dog get any exercise? Do you play with your dog?
 
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