9.2 -- Training Your Dog: Heel with Left Turns, Sit, Come, and Place --
Session Two Come:
1. Practice the come command for 2 minutes, with play breaks between commands.
2.Your dog may not respond, as quickly, in a new training area. If not, perform several more repetitions of the exercise, adjusting the stimulation level if necessary.
1.With your dog’s bed 5 feet away, give him the place command, helping him with the leash if needed.
2.Walk a 6 foot perimeter around the place, rewarding your dog every 30 seconds.
3. If your dog steps off the bed, guide him back, and repeat the command “Place.”
4. Keep your dog on his place for 3 minutes.
5. Repeat steps 1 through 4, calmly playing between sessions.
TRIPLE CROWN TIPS
Remember, a new location may cause your dog to become distracted. As a result, you may have to reinforce your commands more often.You may also need to adjust the stimulation level up or down, depending on the exercise you are practicing, and the level of distraction. To prevent your dog from associating the transmitter with the stimulation, keep the transmitter with you even when you are not training. Walk a 6 foot perimeter around the place. Watch closely for your dog to break. If your dog breaks, guide himback using the command “Place.” 20