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Old 12-05-2009, 10:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have a 8 month oldmale pitty great with training sit. stay sit pretty (beg) but when he is outside and getting him to "come" in is impossible!!!
in the house he knows sit stay n come i tried re inforcing this outside as well but when it comes down to it he just looks at me like im stupid when he is to actually come when i need him to any ideas?
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Old 12-06-2009, 04:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Keep him on a long line so that you are in control. Do not let him off lead until he has a reliable recall. Call him one time and if he doesn't come reel him in... When he is by you reward, praise and or treat him. You have to make him really want to come to you.
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Old 12-06-2009, 05:35 AM   #3 (permalink)
 

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We bring out Akasha's favorite toy - though she is getting pretty good without it - the toy helped incoperating it -
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Having a toy help toy drivy pups, food can help too but you really need to get them to come without that since you won't always be carrying those things around with you. It is great to start with them though , but make sure to wean the dog off once they start understanding what is expected of them.

Also calling and running away from the pup can be helpful.

A lot of how you train depends on the drive of the dog.
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Old 12-08-2009, 10:04 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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Having a toy help toy drivy pups, food can help too but you really need to get them to come without that since you won't always be carrying those things around with you. It is great to start with them though , but make sure to wean the dog off once they start understanding what is expected of them.

Also calling and running away from the pup can be helpful.

A lot of how you train depends on the drive of the dog.
tried all of these his favorite is Crutons (LOL) so i use the bag and shake it he comes running but now its like he comes when he wants to and he is just being a stubborn bullie ....
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Obedience class help this at all? he knows alot of comands such as sit stay laydown leave it so im not sure if obedience would help... I do need some help in training him to stop jumping on people as well he gets super excited and jumps when we come home or have people over/// and what is the right age to have potty trainning down??? and the best methods used ??? i have a 8 week old female im working on now.... i have been scolding her making her see what she did then putting her outside in the grass... 3 weeks into it now but not yet sunk in for her

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Obedience class help this at all? he knows alot of comands such as sit stay laydown leave it so im not sure if obedience would help... I do need some help in training him to stop jumping on people as well he gets super excited and jumps when we come home or have people over/// and what is the right age to have potty trainning down??? and the best methods used ??? i have a 8 week old female im working on now.... i have been scolding her making her see what she did then putting her outside in the grass... 3 weeks into it now but not yet sunk in for her
Obedience classes are the best way to correct any negative behavior usually and its really not that expensive. For potty training its just a matter of patience - We usually take our puppy out 15-20 minutes after eatting. Its taken some time to get it down and we always reward her with hugs and a soft pat on her belly - We don't give her treats.....

But in the case of obedience and listening your best bet is to contact a professional trainer -
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