The dog to retrieve

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The dog to retrieve

I am a very confident person, encouraging all dogs to start harvesting naturally from a very young age. For dogs and owners, what’s more fun to play than “fetch”? By teaching dogs not only to retrieve, but also to enjoy it, as a reward, it can be used for many situations, creating good habits, and even modifying unwanted behavior. In addition, it can lead to and support other interesting dog games such as frisbee, obedience and flyball. A knotted handkerchief or rag, old smelly socks (they are especially popular), a small ball, a rubber “toy”, anything you want to pick up. Playing with an interesting safety item will make the dog realize that this is not only fun, but also enjoyable. This is the beginning of a useful relationship. Some dogs are more interested in carrying them than others, but many dogs don’t do anything to encourage their young dogs to carry them. If they discourage it, because they are more interested in making sure that the dog picks up anything, because it can be unsafe or damaging. I prefer to encourage the dog to pick up and carry, but always put the object on me and give it at any time. Anything dangerous can be solved easily if needed. Socks are the most popular item, but why the dog has gotten a panic, it’s just a sock! Encourage the child to take it slowly, slowly, slowly, then take it back, then bring it back to him for a few seconds.

When you first throw a “toy,” the puppy may not return, but if it can pick up and parade in a short time, you can compliment and show how smart your eyes are. Don’t chase and create problems in places that are far from your home or encourage you to chase them. Even a little tug of war can encourage dogs to stay and carry, but be careful not to do so because the dog may refuse to let go when needed. In this case, under the chin of the dog with the palm, gently with the palm in the back of the object and the thumb on one side of the mouth, index finger on the other side of the yard, press gently with fingers and thumb on the cheek between teeth. Use a free hand to place the object in a “falling” position. With tug-of-war, I like to start the game, but I also want to finish it, never let the puppy and the prize lose. If so, I encourage it to come back, then hug the dog and praise it. I take it out of my mouth and take it away.

To encourage your body to get better, I often find that the best place to get a puppy back, especially if it carries a “precious property”, is its bed or safe place. With pups, I would often sit in their beds or in their bean bags and play there. Dogs find this place easier than anywhere else. It’s good to say that the corridor or narrow space between the fence and the house is good, because the dog can’t run past you. At this stage, it is always a short four or five yards to get back, just as the dog has grown more confident in himself and his abilities. Through play, encourage and guide a young puppy from a very early age naturally rewarded, surprisingly, children see what fun and reward of the work, so need less food. This reward – retrieval – then forms a focal point in the dog’s training to help develop compliance, control, and eye contact. Make sure that the puppy is close to your body and becomes confident and wants to move to it correctly. Never catch a dog or retrieve a toy. The dog that touched its past; Direct it to your legs or your legs when you kneel. Again, don’t pick up the items, but gently rub them gently, especially under your chest and chin, and then down. When the child is close to your body and comfortably puts the object in your mouth, you can take it back and praise it again. There is no need to rush, and when the dog comes back there is no need to retrieve the “toy” immediately. Stay calm, not nervous, gentle, quiet.

If the cub is not willing to retrieve it, or even just take it with you, then whenever possible, try to find the opportunities that arise. As long as holding a stick of chewing on your hand, and then let the dog chews for 10 seconds, and then take it away, and then put it back, it will help the hand contact and familiar things away, and then bring it back. Sit on your dog’s bed, toss a little bit of the chewing stick, and then encourage it to come back to you and hold it again. Once you have the confidence to do this, stick the rag on the mastication stick and remove it with a stick and a rag. Once the puppy will return to you with the stick and the old cloth, put the cloth on a ball or bumper, and you will soon be able to continue doing anything. Although it may sound rather crude, I spit on them and rub their spittle on them.

Most of the curious puppies are the carriers of sticks and gadgets, some of which may not always be enjoyable. When they pick up “things,” they often run away with them. This is a very normal response, and a genetic result is the natural instinct of the pups to pick up pieces of food and take them away, without the risk of being stolen by their trash companions. So you will often find that even if the puppy comes to you, it will sometimes roll up to the recycling, bend its head to protect it, or keep turning it away so you can’t take it away. The object that provides the puppy is never too eager to “deliver” the object, but waits for the dog to become confident, not threatened, and wants to bring it to you. Don’t take it right away when it happens. When you hold it, let the dog catch it. If you put your hands behind your puppy’s ears or rub your chest, the puppy usually starts to take a very good delivery position without even realizing it. You integrate this behavior. Gently pull the tips from the dog’s mouth and send out the instructions. After a few seconds, if it’s a stick, a ball, or something like that, please continue to send it back to the dog. “Sharing” can increase confidence in a dog, and if it knows it will be returned, it will be more likely to let you have it. With precious or personal objects, be careful not to let panic take over. Don’t chase puppies or grab things from your mouth. Just encourage your puppy, or calmly walk to it, and gently open the object’s mouth without making any fuss or punishment. Don’t punish a puppy for carrying an item.

A young puppy needs time to develop the correct action, not to mention coordination, so don’t raise a point about imperfect retrieval problem, or when you call the dog, it may be possible to put are carrying things, and then returned to you. If you put down the “toy”, go over and touch the toy with your hands or feet to make it interesting. Encourage the puppy to “take” the toy again, then slowly recede a short distance, and encourage them as the puppy picks it up and comes to you. Sometimes your knees or squatting positions encourage your puppy. I even lay flat on my back or on my limbs, encouraging my puppy – if it works. Realize that you’re only at an early school, not a college, and that a puppy needs time to learn what you need. Note that you can manage the behavior of the dog, make it do what you want, and take the opportunity to compliment it. You’ll be amazed at how quickly your puppy can learn from these situations. Lose your cool, however, give your dog “perfectionist” too much pressure, do some things may be intimidated by the dog, you will be surprised that it not only how to learn from you this kind of reaction, and I will remember it for the rest of his life. Make it do what you want and take the opportunity to celebrate. You’ll be amazed at how quickly your puppy can learn from these situations. Lose your cool, however, give your dog “perfectionist” too much pressure, do some things may be intimidated by the dog, you will be surprised at how it not only learned from you the response, and I will remember it for the rest of his life. Make it do what you want and take the opportunity to celebrate. You’ll be amazed at how quickly your puppy can learn from these situations. Lose your cool, however, give your dog “perfectionist” too much pressure, do some things may be intimidated by the dog, you will be surprised at how it not only learned from you the response, and I will remember it for the rest of his life.

Once your puppy comes back to you voluntarily and likes to be praised and handled, you can use soft bumpers/dummy or tennis for occasional “formal” training. These training “toys” should not be left on the floor for the puppy to play freely. They should be your special training “toys”, purely for retraining. Initially, let your child run to the “toy” that was thrown out and instill some enthusiasm. When you throw a “toy” instruction “back”, when the dog reach the moment of the “toy” with your voice and body language to encourage it to go back to your side, to attract the dog until your body. Open with your legs and pat your thighs with your hand to guide the puppy into your body and help. If the dog does well, don’t look over and over again whether it can be done well, but stop to do a good deed. The puppy will know that you are happy with your voice, your hand, your face and your whole behavior. He didn’t need to find it again, because he asked for a training that would make him “hungry.” The amount of praise should match the dog’s temperament. Calmly praise a lovely dog, an unenthusiastic dog more positive praise. If you have a dog that really likes to search and search for “toys”, start waiting for (stability) and then send commands to “get”. Gently hold the child with a sitting instruction and throw the toy. Then gradually increase the time, and then use “Fetch” to send the dog. If you kneel down and hold your legs between ass, or use them to hug it, – a hand on his chest, in very simple stage, you can relax your dog sitting there, until it started to stabilise to sit and watch “toy” thrown without being detained. It will wait for your “get” command. And should be encouraged to encourage a not too keen to raise a dog, the things that make it quickly after being thrown, until a good habit to instill good, then after the enthusiasm become a part of the retrieval, settle down in a simple stage. If you kneel down and hold your legs between ass, or use them to hug it, – a hand on his chest, in very simple stage, you can relax your dog sitting there, until it started to stabilise to sit and watch “toy” thrown without being detained. It will wait for your “get” command. And should be encouraged to encourage a not too keen to raise a dog, the things that make it quickly after being thrown, until a good habit to instill good, then after the enthusiasm become a part of the retrieval, settle down in a simple stage. If you kneel down and hold your legs between ass, or use them to hug it, – a hand on his chest, in very simple stage, you can relax your dog sitting there, until it started to stabilise to sit and watch “toy” be thrown away without being detained. It will wait for your “get” command. And should be encouraged to encourage a not too keen to raise a dog, the things that make it quickly after being thrown, until a good habit to instill good, then after the enthusiasm become a part of the retrieval, settle down in a simple stage. At a very easy stage, you can relax your grip on the dog until it starts to sit still and watch “toys” thrown away without being caught. It will wait for your “get” command. And should be encouraged to encourage a not too keen to raise a dog, the things that make it quickly after being thrown, until a good habit to instill good, then after the enthusiasm become a part of the recovery, settle down in a simple stage. At a very easy stage, you can relax your grip on the dog until it starts to sit still and watch “toys” thrown away without being caught. It will wait for your “get” command. And should be encouraged to encourage a not too keen to raise a dog, the things that make it quickly after being thrown, until a good habit to instill good, then after the enthusiasm become a part of the retrieval, settle down in a simple stage.

In the early stages of practicing memory, remember that puppies are only in school, and perfect delivery is not required. Just bring the puppy back and the puppy will still keep it in his mouth and not be afraid to be touched by any of you, which should be your main goal. So often inexperienced trainers try to get their dogs into a perfect sitting delivery, which inadvertently creates other problems. Try not to pressurize your puppy in these early days, but make it a habit to go out, look for it with your eyes and nose, pick it up, and take back “toys” until you’re ready

Training and working with trainers should be the highlight of a dog’s day, and I’ve found that the best time to train is after a good night’s sleep. If you have a personal in your daily routine work and family time constraints, you can do it in other time provides the dog have a good rest before training (2 hours) success in training. It only takes five to ten minutes, a young dog, twenty minutes, a bigger one. If you can make two sessions a day, it’s bonus. The exercise? Training use retrieval is exercise

Once your dog is indoctrinated into a pleasurable activity, in my opinion, the dog believes that this is your role in partnership (though senior partner!). . Once this happens, it can be used to strengthen many other behaviors, including behavior modification. You reward him by throwing it back, helping him, controlling him, and receiving the retrieved object for another activity. It is easy to get from a “toy” such as a ball to another such as a frisbee or dumbbell. I sometimes get the impression that dogs feel they’re actually paying me back. They took a step back and said, ‘do what we love and have a great partner!

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