E-WorkBook - How to Train a Reliable Come When Called
Helping You Get It Right!
"COME!" - Teach Your Dog to Come When Called!
Your DogNostics E-WorkBook contains step-by-step instructions to help you teach your dog to happily and reliably come when called! It is packed full of fun games that systematically build on your dog's success!
Helping Dogs Lead Fulfilled & Enriched Lives!
The games will not only improve your dog's recall, they will also provide mental and physical enrichment, and increase the bond that you share with each other!
Definition of the Recall Cue & Our Goal Behavior
What does the recall cue mean? What would we like our dog to do when he/she hears this word?
The recall cue "Come!" or your chosen cue, will act as a signal to your dog that you wish him/her to come and sit or stand directly in front of and facing you.
Let's further clarify:
The initial goal will be that your dog responds to the recall cue by moving into position directly in front of and facing you from very short distances, when already moving towards you, in non-distracting environments.
The goal that we aim you to achieve by playing all of the training games in your e-book is that your dog responds to the recall cue "Come!", or your alternative chosen word, by moving into position directly in front of and facing you from distances of up to 20-feet (6m). N.B. If desired, this criterion can be changed to 'dog lengths' to make it more appropriate for each individual dog!
The final goal will be that your dog happily and reliably moves into position in front of and facing you from any distance, in any environment, in response to your recall cue. This final goal is one that can be developed in training classes and/or through continued in-home practice.
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Louise Stapleton-Frappell - B.A. Hons. PCBC-A. PCT-A. CAP3. CTDI. CWRI. DN-FSG2. DN-CPCT2. FFCP.
Professional Canine Behavior Consultant and Trainer – Accredited by the Pet Professional Accreditation Board
Co-Partner and Faculty Member of DogNostics Career Center and Board Member of The Pet Professional Guild.
Louise’s experience, her background as a teacher and her impressive pet industry credentials means she is uniquely qualified to share her skills and knowledge with both the public and pet industry professionals. The creator of the DogNostics’ Dog Trainer Certification Program, Louise has presented at conferences internationally and has gained a reputation for expertly teaching and training humans and canines at her own establishment, The DogSmith of Estepona, in Southern Spain. Louise has published numerous articles on dog training and dog behavior and is also the published co-author of the following titles, A Lexicon of Practical Terms for Pet Trainers and Behavior Consultants and Pet Training and Behavior Consulting: A Model for Raising the Bar to Protect Professionals, Pets and Their People.