Come seems to be the universal benchmark for a well-trained dog. When I ask my clients what they want to get out of working with me, they rarely stray from the script: “I want my dog to come the second I call her.”
It’s a worthy goal, and an important one too—especially if the dog is anywhere near traffic, wildlife, or other people and animals.
But—and this is a very big but—dogs are not like toaster ovens or television sets: you can't program them. Read more>>