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Compliance with Commands and Cues

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Compliance with Commands and Cues

By Ilias Raymondis, Positive Dog Trainer and Human Educator

According to the dictionary, obedience is: “the compliance with someone’s instructions, desires, or orders.”

Regarding the training of dogs on obedience to commands and cues, “obedience” is the result that arises from the development of skills and virtues of both the dog and the owner.

The commands (come, sit, stay, heel) are simply the means through which the owner and the dog communicate and not orders that must be executed nonetheless.

Behind these commands lie knowledge (psychology, instincts, body language, needs), which must be conveyed from trainers to owners and, in combination with Communication Words and specific techniques, the dog learns to concentrate, be patient, understand situations, and communicate.

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Over time, the dog learns what needs to be done to meet its needs and, most importantly, recognizes in us the ability to improve its quality of life.

Regarding dog training, “obedience” is a way of life between the dog and the owner and can be as strong as the “parts” that constitute it.

Always without the slightest trace of physical or psychological violence.

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