The definition of “Come” is a command given to require your puppy to come close enough to you to allow you to gently grasp his collar or to ask for the sit command. Be sure to praise him every time he obeys this command and allows you to grasp his collar.
Dog and Puppy Training Tips for the Come Exercise:
- From a sit or down position, ask your dog to stay
- Facing your dog, walk out to the end of the leash
- Pause for a moment and then give the command “(dog’s name) come” using both voice and hand commands. The hand signal is having your left hand palm facing you tap your chest or stomach area Read More
Have you ever arrived home after a busy day at work and all you can think of is spending some quality time with your dog or puppy? You walk to your back door and take a look at your yard and it looks like land minds went off all over the yard! Your grass is torn up and a few sprinkler heads are chewed. Soon your beloved dog comes to the door wagging his tail so excited about seeing you with grass and dirt falling off his body. At this moment you wonder, “Why did I get this dog?” This is just a classic dog behavior scenario, and usually not this bad, however at times when you are tired it may feel this way. Dogs dig for a number of reasons and there are a number of solutions. Read More