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St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center
TRAINING SESSION #6 –
Stay – “Wait!” - Adding Distractions
Now that your dog is becoming proficient at waiting for permission to go through doorways by making eye contact, it is time for you to add distance between the two of you as well as distractions. If you have not taught your dog to “Wait”, please refer back to Training Session #5 for the teaching steps.In this session, we will work on getting your dog to look away from distractions that he might want to run to and look for permission before he moves forward. It is nice to have a polite dog that waits at the backdoor but will he wait if there are animals running around? For more information and written training manuals, please visit www.sthuberts.org or email email@example.com for an order form.
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