Welcome to week six of dog training!

Week # 6 Graduation!!
Congratulations
I am proud of you!
  1. Come with lots of praise. 10 minutes per day. Continue to practice the come cue on the 30- foot leash. Continue adding distractions, distance , and weening off food and on to real life rewards. Remember never ever call your dog to you to discipline him!!
  2. Loose leash walking (Letʼs Go) 10 minutes per day. Continue to work on loose leash walking. Begin to wean the dog off food rewards by only giving rewards for the better than average responses.
  3. Sit 40 times per day. Continue to practice the sit cue. Continue adding distractions and begin to wean the dog off food rewards by only giving rewards for the better than average responses.
  4. Down 40 times per day. Begin adding distractions and continue to wean the dog off food rewards by only giving rewards for the better than average responses.
  5. Sit-stay 10 minutes per day. Continue to practice this sit-stay cue on the 30-foot training lead. Continue work on distance, distractions and length of stay. Remember to only work with one type of distraction at a time i.e. Distance, length of stay, or any other type of distraction. Begin to wean the dog off food rewards by only giving rewards for the better than average responses.
  6. Down-stay 10 minutes per day. Continue to practice the down-stay on the 30-foot training lead. Continue work on distance, distractions and length of stay. Remember to only work with one type of distraction at a time i.e. Distance, length of stay, or any other type of distraction. Begin to wean the dog off food rewards by only giving rewards for the better than average responses.
    Training is a lifetime commitment to your dog. Practice will always be necessary to maintain the cues and behaviors taught in this class.
It has been a pleasure having you and your dog in my class.