‘Come’, or the recall command, is one of the most important skills you can teach your puppy during the early stages of development. From stopping that embarrassing chase around the park, to solving those genuinely frightening moments where your dog has gone on his own. Teaching the recall command early can be a real life saver.
But where do you start with dog obedience training? Teaching puppies often takes a lot of patience, but with a solid training plan in place, you’ll have your dog running back to you with a beaming smile on their face in no time. We’ll take you through our very own training plan, and also go through some of the things you should and shouldn’t do.
Okay, we’ll split this into six stages, from the initial part of training, to reinforcing the bbehaviour It’s dead simple!
Okay, don’t panic! Some dogs get it quicker than others – it is perfectly natural that your dog might not fully understand recall commands straight away. Here’s a few things that you can do to make life easier.
And here’s a few things you shouldn’t do under any circumstances: