How can I prevent my dog from escaping when I open my
Outdoors is filled with wonderful scents, sounds and visions. It is a vibrant cacophany of
tantalizing distractions that many dogs cannot wait to get into. While this is perfectly normal
behavior for a dog, it can also be very dangerous. In order to protect your dog from the dangers
that exist in outdoor doggy wonderland, you will want to teach him or her to 'wait' until you release
them to go outside. We suggest that you use this command upon both entry and exit and use it
every time. If your demands upon your dog are not consistent, it won't matter how much training
you do, your dog still won't be totally reliable because you are not totally reliable. Our training
programs will help you teach your dog how to wait at the door until you allow them to go through
One such use of the 'wait' command
is having your dog 'wait' for your
release to begin eating. This will keep
you from being bowled over by an
overly anxious dog. Do not confuse
the 'wait' command with the 'leave it'
command. Leave it means the dog is
never to touch the item.
This command can be used
in many different instances
where you want your dog
to 'wait' before doing
something. In our
class, we will show you not
only how to teach the 'wait'
command, but also many
different instances where it
can be utilized.
With this training, you will ensure that the entry and exit of the home will be relaxed and stress
free for both you and your dog. No more being bowled over by a furry torpedo!