Thank you all...
I didn't know how much this could scare my dog
so thank you again
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Thank you soo much Mattie and emmabeth! Your tips on recall have been so good and I'm going to start using them on my dogs tomorrow. They have plenty of farm fields to run in, but so much space provides them with many distractions so some recall work is really needed but haven't had any advice as go...
After trying various ways to train our dogs not to come in the kitchen, I have found one that seems to work and I want to know if anyone else has tried this... First of all, the dogs don't get stroked when they are in the kitchen, they only get sent straight out. When they are outside of the kitchen...
We have two curly-coated retrievers that are currently allowed upstairs where we have a TV lounge and the bedrooms, but they are not allowed on the beds and sofas. The dogs normally sleep upstairs but we are considering a puppy and it would not be allowed upstairs at first due to chewing, house trai...
- Thu Oct 21, 2010 3:01 am
- Forum: Dog Training Advice
- Topic: Help with dogs off lead!
- Replies: 4
- Views: 892
We have a 2yr old curly coated retriever who is very good on lead but sometimes fails to come back when he sees another dog if he's off lead. Does anybody have any tips on how we can train him to come back quicker and not ignore us when he sees something he wants?