To Have Your Dog as the Best Partner
The most of dog owners consider "dog training" is to let their dog do "sit down" and/or "shaking hand."
However it is different from the real meaning of "teaching
something" to your dog.
Our language is the same as a foreign language for dog,
therefore: the basic training is that we develop your dog
our language and social manner. Then let them understand
what we are telling to your dog.
- 1. Training "Stop > Wait for a while > Stay here"
The basic training: "Stop",
"Wait for a while", "Stay here"
(article in Japanese)
Explaining with pictures from step 1 through step 7
What is "Stop, Wait for a while, Stay
here"? (article in Japanese)
There are two different actions are in this
chapter. Explaining the training step by step and
the differences when you want to use them.
The most important consideration is... (article in Japanese)
What do you need to order "Stop/Wait for a while/Stay here"? What point is important for your dog to
listen your order? And how come you can not control
- 2. Training "Come over here"
The basic training: "Come here!" (article in Japanese)
"Come here" training
How to bring your dog closer to you from far away?
What you should do, if your dog is out of control when you
call them over?
The advanced training: "Come here!" (article in Japanese)
How to make sure you control your dog well
enough, even telling your dog "Come on!" in friendly
way instead of doing restricted order?