Sit Stay Fetch - Dog Obedience Training
because you rub a dog’s nose in urine doesn’t mean your dog will understand
why you are doing that, or learn not to urinate inside!
In fact, punishing your
dog in such a way without him understanding why, will frustrate him and
will stunt his learning, making it impossible to get him trained!
should NEVER use the recall word ("COME", or whatever word you choose)
to call your dog to discipline him, correct him, tell him what a bad dog
he is, or for any negative reason. Bad deeds MUST be caught IN THE ACT
in order to correct. If you still need your dog by you for a negative reason,
give him a firm SIT command and go get him.
| For example:
Imagine this, you see your
dog "Major" outside digging up your newly planted daisies. You first quietly
say "Major, Come here". Major, doesn’t respond. You then yell "MAJOR
- COME HERE!". Major still doesn’t come, so you go over and grab him
by the collar and yell "I told you to Come Here!" and give him a smack.
Major being a smart dog,
makes a mental note "Come Here" means "You’re in trouble and about to
Next time when he is outside,
and you want him to come inside for dinner you go out and say to him "Come
here", he responds by running away. "Dumb dog" you think and go and grab
him and drag him inside so he’ll eat his food. Then you say sternly "How
come you don’t ever COME when I call you?!" Major makes another mental
note (Hmmm: seems to me my memory of "COME HERE" is still accurate –
don’t want to respond to that – after all, "COME HERE" means I am in
Remember, dogs know ONLY
"dog language" when they come to live with us. WE must teach them our language.
In the above examples, Major did not learn OUR translation for the word
"COME". He learned "COME" meant "angry owner – I’m in trouble now.
Better scram out of here!" We want Major to learn that "COME" means "Get
your buns to me in the fastest way possible – NO EXCEPTIONS!"Major needs
to understand that COME means GOOD stuff – ALWAYS!
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|The temper of a Mastiff should
be taken into consideration by the breeder. They usually have very good
temper. A savage dog with such power as the Mastiff possesses is indeed
a dangerous creature, and, therefore,inquiries about temper should be made
before deciding to use this breed. In these dogs, as in all others, it
is a question of how they are treated by the person in charge of them.
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