Course Category: Really Reliable Recall

Looking for a little inspiration? Here are some videos of Salinger’s recall in various distraction levels, starting with super easy and boring in a big…

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At some point or another, you will have to grab your dog’s collar or harness to keep them safe or remove them from something dangerous….

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When teaching recall, we want to be sure that our dog knows that time is of the essence. The faster they respond, the better. Once…

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Now we are at the point where we need to condition a cue! A word, a phrase, a sound, or a whistle.  Here are some…

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Eye Contact

Eye contact – we know this is the Mother Of All Behaviours because if you don’t have your dog’s eyes, you don’t have their brain! …

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When working on recall, we have to ensure that we are mindful of the level of difficulty (distractions in the environment) before we ask too…

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Take a moment and read these a few times to really get them engrained in your head. I’ll refer back to this often.  1 Never…

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Gone are the days of standing and hollering “come”, and expecting your dog run to you, top speed and sit at your feet. That’s not…

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Introduction

Welcome to your Really Reliable Recall workshop! I’m so glad you’re here.  We all want our dogs to respond quickly when we call and it’s…

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Welcome to your Really Reliable Recall workshop! I’ll bet you’re excited to be here! This is one of the most common reasons we Trainers get…

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