Training Plan Summary

Week 1

Review responding to name and sit-stay in chapter 3 Sitting on command without food in your hand Sit-stay longer

Sit-stay at your side with distractions Sit-stay for petting Sit-stay with eye contact Downing on command Come and sit

Week 2

Sit-stay while you move Sit-stay away from home Attention without food in your hands Downing without food in your hand Come and take hold of collar Come from a distance "Leave it": Introduction Walking on a loose leash: Part I

Week 3

Attention with no hand signal

Walking on a loose leash: Part II

Using your leash to get your dog's attention

"Leave it": Don't touch things on the ground

Come away from distractions


Week 4

Stay without food

Attention: Look at you, not the food Stand

"Off": Don't jump up

"Leave it": No stealing

Loose leash walking: Combining the parts


Handling paws on a down-stay Week 5 Reliable sit

Stay in the car and at the door Sit-stay for ear cleaning and teeth exam Stand stay for petting and grooming Down-stay away from home Toenail clipping

Dog Owners Handbook

Dog Owners Handbook

There are over a hundred registered breeds of dogs. Recognizing the type of the dog is basically associated with its breed. A purebred animal belongs to a documented and acknowledged group of unmixed lineage. Before a breed of dog is recognized, it must be proven that mating two adult dogs of the sametype would have passed on their exact characteristics, both appearance and behavior, to their offspring.

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