Training Terminology 2 – Cues
Okay, we know how to tell our dogs what they have done right and what they have done wrong. Remember the last blog post…positive and negative markers? So now have to address how we tell our dogs to do something (cues). For me they fall…
Great Post By One of My Favorite Blogs….
So the question is… “Do you need to use your dog’s name before a cue or command?” Is the name an attention getter to improve performance? Is the name a distraction that will confuse the dog? or Is the name irrelevant and has…
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Sit Part 3…Signal & Cue!
Now you have to decide which verbal cue or hand signal you will be using for “sit”. As with all of my training, I focus on hand signals first! Remember, DOGS DON’T SPEAK ENGLISH! I simply modified the luring movement of my hand with the Read more →
Sit Part 2….How it’s done and using a clicker!
OK, at this point you know that a polite “sit” is the way your dog asks for something or says please. Now for the big question, how do we teach sit? Well, we know that “sit” is when a dog puts his/her rump on the Read more →
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