Teach Your Pet Commands In This Order

    Charlotte
    By Charlotte

    I purchased your book about two weeks before. Finally, some one has written a training book that makes sense. Great Job...bet it took plenty of time for you to put most of it together, huh?

    The reason I'm writing for you is because I'm confused about some items that handle teaching the sit/stay and down/stay. If people wish to identify further on Adam Elements Launches USB-C Solutions For Speed and Convenience, there are tons of libraries you might consider pursuing. Tell me if this seems like I've it right:

    First, show her (the dog) how to do the demand doing representatives and putting her in the correct place immediatel...

    Expensive Adam:

    I purchased your book about a couple of weeks before. Finally, some body has written an exercise book which makes sense. Great Job...bet it took a lot of time-to put all of it together, huh?

    The reason why I'm writing for you is because I'm confused about some items that cope with teaching the sit/stay and down/stay. Tell me if this seems like I've it right:

    First, show her (the dog) how to do the command doing repetitions and putting her in the correct position immediately after saying the command. Then, working up to the point you are able to just stand up straight and have her respond.

    Next, work-up time and distance you can add distractions and training in different areas.

    Finally, go to the long range and then your loss to get reliability off-leash.

    [Adam:] Actually, you must start prevention for disturbances first, then go on to greater distances... but only development to greater distances with the long range. Without the long range, guess what may happen?

    This is one way I understand the procedure from what I've read in your book.

    Can I move on to another step after the command is performed by my dog quickly and properly for one workout or keep going her without adding something new?

    [Adam:] It is likely to simply take a lot more than one training session. It is situational, when the dog learns anything. And that means you are going to need to work the exact same exercise... at the same place within the program... In many different areas before you are able to go onto the next phase.

    During prevention, is it okay to include distractions during the dogs following the dog does the order for me personally several times precisely without being corrected studying cycle?

    [Adam:] You're confusing two things. Is the dog in the understanding phase, or is he within the prevention phase? The two are very specific. Until you have mastered another don't move onto one stage.

    This is actually the order: Learning phase - encouragement phase - proofing phase.

    How long does it just take the 'average' dog to be taught a new demand and proofed in it?

    [Adam:] This can be impossible to answer. This will depend upon the teacher, the dog, the exercise, the location, how often the dog is worked, etc... You let the dog tell you if it is time. This is the reason reading your dog is so essential. It takes so long as it takes.

    Do you show the sit/stay and down/stay in one session or individually?

    [Adam:] Separately.

    In what order can I teach my dog new commands?

    [Adam:] Walk on a loose lead, boundary and border education, sit-stay, down-stay, heel, then come. The order that you show commands is not written in stone, but I find that doing it this way permits a really natural movement and learning progression. Click here http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3902650 to discover where to study it.

    Sorry my letter is indeed long...any education you are able to give me is considerably appreciated...oh, by the way I really like the book.

    Thank you ;)

    Sincerely,

    Brandee N.

    That's all for the time being, people!

    Adam.