Great escape

WHEN YOUR DOG RUNS AWAY AND DOES NOT WANT TO RETURN

Escape and reluctance to return.

Work with a young dog and teach him to respond to his name and commands. It’s the only way to prevent escapes.

A few tips to start with:

Get used to calling the dog by his name and the command “Come”, “Come back!”
Always praise and reward with a snack, hugging, etc.. be the biggest attraction for him under the sun! Use high, playful tone, don’t use anger!
If errors were made during training, start again like this:

  • get a second person to help,
  • clip a lead on the dog and leave with your companion,
  • move away from them to a distance of 10 metres,
  • crouch, then start calling the dog’s name by adding the command
  • if the dog does not pay attention to you, ask your helper to come over, loudly and joyfully praising the dog
  • if the dog comes up to you without the help of your companion offer a reward,
  • repeat the exercise several times, until finally the dog – without any help of another person or a lead – will get back to you on every call!

Remember:

Call upon the dog anytime, anywhere – this will work as long as he is a puppy, especially when you give him a sense of security. As a guide you are the highest authority for the puppy. Do not waste the opportunity!

 

Never:

Do not call your dog in order to immediately put him on the lead, play with him for a moment, do not punish! If you do, it’s no wonder that the command “Come” is taken as a punishment by the dog.

Coming back to you needs to be associated with something nice.

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