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Discussion in 'Dog Training and Behaviour' started by avvygabby, May 11, 2017.


  1. avvygabby

    avvygabby PetForums Newbie

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    Hi,
    I have just joined the forum.

    My 11month old staffy will not return to me when called when another dog/person is in sight.He does come to me when there are no distractions most of the time.I feel like I am letting him down as it must be down to my poor training.

    Any help would be much appreciated.
     
  2. smokeybear

    smokeybear PetForums VIP

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    Seminars



    3 – 6 June John Rogerson Ultimate Recall Course Nottingham


    http://inlinedogtraining.co.uk/course details-2.html


    10 – 11 June John Rogerson Ultimate Recall Course Kent


    http://www.familydogservices.co.uk/


    5 - 6 August East Kibride, South Lanarkshire, Scotland


    Contact Lez Graham atlez@trainedforlife.co.uk

    24 September– How to Change Predatory Chase Behaviour in Dogs with David Ryan, Tring
    http://www.doglistener.tv/events/david-ryan-2/


    Books

    Teach your Dog to Come when Called

    By Katie Buvala


    Line Training for Dogs
    By Monika Gutman

    Total Recall
    By Pippa Mattinson

    Teach your Dog to Come When Called
    By Erica Peachey


    Training your Dog to Come When Called
    By John Rogerson


    The Dog Vinci Code

    By John Rogerson


    Stop! How to control predatory Chasing in Dogs
    by David Ryan


    Chase! Managing Your Dog's Predatory Instincts
    By Clarissa Von Reinhardt


    DVDs

    Line Training for Dogs
    By Monika Gutman

    Really Reliable Recall
    By Leslie Nelson

    Training the Recall
    By Michael Ellis

    Training the Whistle Recall

    By Pamela Dennison


    Your clever dog: Getting your dog to come when called
    By Sarah Whitehead



    Does your dog whizz back to you as soon as you call his name?

    Can you call him to you even when there are other dogs or distractions? Teaching your dog to come to you when you call is the cornerstone of training and the gateway to allowing him more freedom in the park.

    If your dog has selective deafness, ignores you in the garden or the park, or would rather play with other dogs than come when you call, this specially designed training session is for you.

    Ideal for starting out with puppies or rehomed dogs, and also for dogs that ignore you or are slow to come when called, despite previous training.

    Including:
    • How to know what’s rewarding for your dog and what’s not
    • Five times when you shouldn’t call your dog!
    • Using your voice to call versus using a whistle
    • What to do if you call and your dog doesn’t come to you
    The pack contains: A clicker, long line (worth £10), training manual, instructional DVD: 55 mins approx running time including Bonus trick, Bonus Training Session, Intro to Clicker Training, Q & A with Sarah

    http://www.dogtrain.co.uk/shop/product_info.php?products_id=80&osCsid=kguat02fdk6a8q00ma31k228n1



    Website articles:



    How to use a long line properly here (under information to download)


    http://www.dogpsyche.co.uk/


    http://www.apdt.co.uk/content/files/training-tips/RECALL.pdf


    http://www.deesdogs.com/documents/reliable_recall.pdf

    http://www.clickerdogs.com/perfectrecall.htm

    http://www.clickerdogs.com/listofreinforcers.htm

    http://www.clickerdogs.com/distracti...yourrecall.htm

    http://susangarrettdogagility.com/20...call-collapse/

    http://www.clickerdogs.com/createamotivatingtoy.htm

    http://www.cleverdogcompany.com/tl_f...e%20recall.pdf

    http://ahimsadogtraining.com/blog/teaching-come/

    http://www.dog-secrets.co.uk/how-do-...y-dog-chasing/

    http://drsophiayin.com/blog/entry/come-at-the-park

    http://drsophiayin.com/blog/entry/te..._to_you_on_cue

    http://drsophiayin.com/blog/entry/be...me-when-called


    http://www.kathysdao.com/articles/The_First_Steps_to_Teaching_a_Reliable_Recall.html


    http://www.kathysdao.com/articles/More_on_the_Reliable_Recall.html


    http://www.shirleychong.com/keepers/lessons/Lesson6.html


    http://denisefenzipetdogs.com/2015/09/21/recall-training/
     
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  3. Lurcherlad

    Lurcherlad PetForums VIP

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    Put him in a harness with long line to stop him practising the behaviour while you work on his recall, as above.
     
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