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Stubborn Dog - Train With A Whistle

Author : Steve Wood

Submitted : 2010-04-23 08:29:16    Word Count : 676    Popularity:   46

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Training a stubborn dog is always a greater challenge than training a regular dog, but in most cases, once the stubborn dog is well trained, they are some of the most obedient dogs imaginable. A professional trainer once told me about one of the most stubborn dogs he ever trained. He said he was within days of sending her back to the owner and giving up and all at once a light bulb went off in her head and it all came together. She went on to win the Grand Hunting Retriever Championship title at one of the youngest ages ever. The trainer said she turned out to be one of the smartest dogs he had ever trained!

In view of the fact that we are talking about training a stubborn dog we will begin by using a long lead rope and a pinch collar. When the pinch collar tightens down on the dogs neck, it pinches a little and the more resistance the dog offers, the more pain the collar produces. Begin walking your dog and do not use any commands. Let the dog wonder on his own until he reaches the end of the 50 lead. When you dog is at the end of the rope, you just spin and walk in a different direction whilst giving the dog a gentle tug. If the dog resist, just stop and continue to put a small tension on the rope. Once the dog starts approaching in your direction just keep walking until he goes off in another direction. Just keep repeating this process with no voice commands and reducing the length of you rope as the dog begins to follow you. Within three days of this process, you should have the dog walking right beside you.

Once you have the dog walking along side of you, stop, say sit, and blow your whistle one time. To start with, you may have to force the rear end of your dog down. Have the dog sit still for at least 30 seconds and then start walking again. You can either command the dog to heel when you take off or you can just give a slight tug on the leash. After doing this for a few days, the dog should sit on the whistle without a voice command.

Once the dog learns this whole process you will begin to teach the dog to stay. Sometimes you might use a tree to help in this case. Just have the dog sit and run your lead around a tree. When you walk away and the dog tries to follow, blow your whistle and use the sit command and pull them back with the rope. Since the rope is going around the tree, you will be pulling them backwards and away from you.

After the stubborn dog has learned to heel, sit and stay, it is time to teach them to come to you with the whistle command. After you walk away from the dog for some distance, give the whistle three short burst and use the "here" command. It will not take but a few sessions and the dog will know that one whistle blow means sit and three short blows means to come.

The next challenge is to stop the dog as he is approaching you by blowing one short loud whistle. If the dog does not halt, go to them where they should have stopped, blow the whistle one time and make them sit at that spot. Just continue this process until you can stop the dog from coming to you with one short blow. Now you have an obedient dog that will heel, sit, stay, and come just by using a whistle.

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