Teach Your Puppy Commands In This Order

    Sagiri Izumi
    By Sagiri Izumi

    I bought your book about a couple of weeks before. Finally, somebody has written a training book that makes sense. Visit click here for to read why to provide for this thing. Great Job...bet it took plenty of time and energy to put all of it together, huh?

    The main reason I am writing for you is because I'm confused about some things that deal with training the sit/stay and down/stay. Tell me if this sounds like I have it right:

    First, teach her (the dog) how-to do the demand doing representatives and placing her in the right place immediatel...

    Beloved Adam:

    I purchased your book about two weeks ago. Finally, somebody has written a training book that produces sense. Good Job...bet it took a great deal of time-to put most of it together, huh?

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

    First, teach her (the dog) how to do the command doing reps and putting her in the proper place soon after saying the command. Then, working up to the stage you can only stand up straight and have her answer.

    Next, work up length and time you can add disturbances and practice in numerous areas.

    Finally, visit the long range and then the bill to obtain stability off-leash.

    [Adam:] Actually, you must start prevention for disturbances first, then move to greater distances... but only progress to greater distances with the long range. Without the long line, do you know what might happen?

    This is the way I understand the process from what I have read in your book.

    Should I move on to another step once my dog performs the control quickly and precisely for-one training session or keep drilling her without adding anything new?

    [Adam:] It is going to simply take far more than one training session. If the dog learns anything, it's situational. Which means you will have to work the same exercise... at the sam-e position within the program... In a number of different locations before you are prepared to go onto the next phase.

    During proofing, is it okay to add disturbances during the dogs understanding phase following the dog does the control for me a few times correctly without being fixed?

    [Adam:] You are confusing a couple of things. Is the puppy in the learning phase, or is he in the prevention phase? The two have become different. Thumbnail contains further concerning the meaning behind this belief. Do not move onto one cycle until you have learned the other.

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

    Just how long does it take the 'average' dog to be taught a new control and proofed in it?

    [Adam:] This can be impossible to answer. It depends upon the coach, the dog, the exercise, the environment, how usually the dog is worked, etc... You allow the dog tell you if it is time. That is why reading your puppy is indeed essential. It takes for as long as it takes.

    Would you show the down/stay and sit/stay in one program or individually?

    [Adam:] Separately.

    In what order should I train my dog new commands?

    [Adam:] Walk-on a loose leash, boundary and border instruction, sit-stay, down-stay, heel, then come. The order that commands are taught by you isn't created in stone, but I find that doing it in this manner permits an extremely natural movement and learning progression.

    Sorry my letter is so long...any instruction you can give me is greatly appreciated...oh, by the way I really like the book. Discover more on this affiliated encyclopedia - Click here: click here.

    Thank you ;)


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