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Old 05-22-2009, 03:29 PM
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Respect command?

Is it possible to teach a dog a "respect" command, as in giving the person, or other dog, some space when given the command? and if so, how? thanks I've tried doing it the same way I taught her the "ignore it" command (ignores the toy/treat/...) but with people, but no luck.

Also, what could my mom do so that my dog would listen to her more? so far she only listens to me, but since I'm not always home, mom does have some trouble with her, so any tips on that as well? (maybe bonding more?)

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what do you mean? Like a "move out of the way" type command?

Dogs don't generallize..... which is why they "like" or "listen" to one person more than the other... The other person just needs to spend time training the dog as well. The dog literally doesn't understand that its knowledge aplies in other situtations/or other people.



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Like when visitors come over, she would go greet them, but not everyone likes dogs, so I'd like to have a command to tell her so she would just leave them alone, or when we're at the park and she's off leash... so basically yeah, "move out of the way" type of command.

Ah, so mom just has to train her more, thanks
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Does she jump up on people? Is she just super excited in their faces?

You could teach her that she has to sit and wait for attention when people come over (you will need several "victims" lol to practice this with) or you can teach a "stay" or "go to your place" type command where she has to go sit on a rug or bed on the other side of the room.

which do you think will be more useful?

I also teach a "move" and I walk into the dog (gently)... the dog ussually jumps out of the way and the second they do I yell "yes!" and reward...repeat repeat.... useful if they are in doorways or your carrying som'thing and you can't see where they are.



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She doesn't jump (had a lot of work for that) but she does get very excited when people come, sometimes to the point of barking, which sadly not everyone can know if it's joyful or fearful, aggressive... type of barking. She already knows both of those commands, problem is she gets so excited she can barely control herself, any tips of that?
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She doesn't jump (had a lot of work for that) but she does get very excited when people come, sometimes to the point of barking, which sadly not everyone can know if it's joyful or fearful, aggressive... type of barking. She already knows both of those commands, problem is she gets so excited she can barely control herself, any tips of that?
If shes barking shes over threshold.... you need to work up to those excited situations slower and reward very frequently the same successes...maybe the person has to start outside but where she can see them...or across the room while shes on leash... get creative.

Reward quiet and ignore the barking... don't even look at the dog when it barks. The second she quiet say "YES" and keep funneling food as long as shes quiet. If she starts to bark again all food and attention stops again.

Over time you increase the amount of time she must be quiet before she gets the treat until you don't need treats at all.

Another method is simply have the person leave the second the barking starts. When she quiet they can come back in. If she barks they leave etc etc.

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are you familiar with clicker training? Its much faster to teach this with a clicker.

Theres also an impulse control game (which I think would be useful for your dog) that I can explain that will help her learn to think before she reacts. If you'd like to learn it. www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipT5k1gaXhc

Its geared toward food impulses but I find it helps in every other aspect because the dog learns to defer to you instead of react in other aspects as well.



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That actually makes sense, thanks

And yeah, I've been clicker training her from the start I also use a whistle for recalls.
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That actually makes sense, thanks

And yeah, I've been clicker training her from the start I also use a whistle for recalls.

Awesome!!



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Hehe, yeah

Also, after this simister is done, I'm gonna work as an assistant trainer (ironically, the trainer is called Ze'ev (Hebrew for wolf)), so I'll learn quite a bit from him hopefully I also worked with the vet last summer, and he taught me a decent deal about canine psychology, forgot most of it though, lol
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Hehe, yeah

Also, after this simister is done, I'm gonna work as an assistant trainer (ironically, the trainer is called Ze'ev (Hebrew for wolf)), so I'll learn quite a bit from him hopefully I also worked with the vet last summer, and he taught me a decent deal about canine psychology, forgot most of it though, lol
aprenticeships are a good start. Im glad you have that kind of oportunity.

Make sure you get in the trainers head and find out the reasons they train the way they do...I have met apprentices that are simply regurgitating their mentors babble, but with no comprehension of why what works, works!!



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