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Super Recalls

 

Recall is a very important part of your dogs life, maybe the most important one. Being able to let your dog off lead everywhere and enjoy a free run is the dream of every owner but it does not come with time! it comes with practice, consistency and the right tools. This will mean that walks are relaxing, fun, safe and enjoyable for both the dog and owners; as well as ensuring that the dog is getting good, free running exercise which is great for their fitness.

Super Recalls will teach you skills and exercises that you can practice at home and out and about with your dog to build up the relationship you need to be able to call your dog away from distraction as other dogs, food or other animals.

Our workshop is built for you and your dog to have fun learning together how to cope with recalls in different environments and with different distractions.


Maximum number of dogs in the session:

6


Things that you need to bring:

  • High Value Treats (Chicken, cheese, ham etc)
  • A toy (One that your dog can tug)
  • A training long line (small dogs 5 metres, medium dogs 10 metres, large dogs 20 metres)
  • A standard lead, collar. You are welcome to use a harness or halti. But strictly no slip leads, or check collars.


Cost per dog:

3 Week Course £36

 

How to book:

To book, simply email or call us at:

training.dogscountryclubuk@gmail.com 

07826872305

 

Next 3 Week Course:

  • Thursday 28th November at 7pm
  • Sunday 2nd February 2020 at 10am 

 

Looking for obedience training have you considered the Bronze Award 

Tip of the Week - Recall

Allowing your dog to have a superb recall is an extremely important exercise when training obedience.

Having a good recall allows you to have your dogs off lead with the knowledge that they will come back without problems. It also helps ensure that you have their attention when required and will immediately return to you if their safety or the safety of others is jeopardised.

The key to a good recall is a HIGH ENERGY! You have to be more interesting than everything else around them. Don’t be afraid to jump around and embarrass yourself. If it gages the dog, that’s all that matters!

A good recall is built up over time and can be done with the use of toys/ treats, longlines, and consistency. Settle on a recall name and stick to it! Recall is always done with the distance between your dog and yourself, so the further your dog is, the stronger your recall needs to be.

To start training recall with your dog –

- Start in a distraction-free environment.
- Teach him with a name only used for recall (This can be a variation of your dog's name or a nickname)
- Incorporate a collar grab – Once your dog reaches you, you don’t want them to run away again. Rewarding your dog whilst grabbing it’s collar not only allows you to put the lead on but also keeps the dog with you.
- Always reward your dog when they come to you when shouted.
- Motivate your dog! Give them a reason to come to you. Waving toys, being exciting, having irresistible food or running away and letting them chase are sure-fire ways to get your dog to come to you!

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    Dogs Country Club
    191 Slag Lane
    Lowton
    Warrington WA3 1BU
    United Kingdom
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    dogscountryclubuk@gmail.com
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