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Welcome to Standing Stone Kennels! Today we talk about the 4 things you should teach your new puppy. Follow along to learn about how we teach all our puppies to recall (come here), sit, kennel (place), and whoa (stand still). We introduce each cue in separate training sessions and in this video we work on combining the different cues to challenge our puppy and to teach them we can ask more than one thing before being rewarded. Cue differentiation is an important part of a puppies training!
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00:00 Introduction Cue Differentiation
01:00 How it works
01:40 Start Session With Sit
04:45 Adding Recall Cue
08:55 Adding “Kennel” With Cato Board
10:31 Adding “Whoa”
13:42 Variable Reinforcement
16:01 Closing of Cue Differentiation
5 thoughts on “4 Things To Teach Your New Puppy Right Now!”
If only people realized how easy it is to train puppies and how puppies are always learning…the good and the bad. You are always teaching your puppy something good or bad like it or not. The bad habits your dog has were all taught by you.
Not to state the obvious, but Hex is both smart and adorable.
If I may ask, what were your criteria for keeping Hex for your breeding program? If you say intelligence, I can easily believe that.
I rescued a 2yrs old GSP and I’m having a hard time training him. It’s hard because we didn’t have a name for him so we can even get his attention
Is he starting to obsess over shadows here? It’s looking like he’s REALLY distracted by shadows on the floor.
Btw, thank you for this series. I have a 12 week old b&w male GSP too (that looks super similar to him!) and following your program is really helpful!
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