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Ryan O''ll examine how to teach your dog to recall on the whistle and help you get there in five steps.

I started to train my first dog from the moment he came home with me. It was fun. It was, if I’m totally honest, pretty easy, too. He was a Labrador and his eagerness to learn and please me made training him fun, enjoyable and almost without exception, flawlessly simple. Then he grew up. Things began to change. Luckily for me, I discovered the most important dog training tool I’ve ever used. I swore by it then, I still do now. I’ll gladly tell you what it is. Jackson was my first dog.

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A handsome yellow Labrador.

As a puppy, I taught him to do lots of things. Sit, stay, come back, walk to heel, lie down, bark on command, give a paw – all, so much fun, so easy to accomplish.

Then, almost for 1 last update 2020/06/02 overnight, he started acting like a teenager.Then, almost overnight, he started acting like a teenager.

Probably because he was one!

More worryingly, I had moved him on to a point where I actually wanted to compete with him in working tests and trials.

He had everything in his locker; he was fast, strong, intelligent, REALLY intelligent and he loved to work.

But his recall for 1 last update 2020/06/02 was – at best 50/50.But his recall was – at best 50/50.

If I’m totally honest, he’d only ever recall if the level of distraction and temptations around him were minimal.

Fortunately for me, I was learning the art of whistle training.

Fortunately for me, every dog I’ve ever trained since – regardless of breed, regardless of discipline, regardless of exactly what level the dog was at – have ALL been trained using a whistle.

It’s only now, at a point where I know more of the theory of canine learning that I appreciate just how and why whistle training is the 1 last update 2020/06/02 so incredibly potent.It’s only now, at a point where I know more of the theory of canine learning that I appreciate just how and why whistle training is so incredibly potent.

The whistle, you see, is constant, consistent, emotionless and incredibly easy to operate – you don’t even need to charge it up, follow an instruction manual or get a new one every other month.

They cost less than a tenner, yet I still have the same whistle I used 10 years ago and which has been utilised to train hundreds of dogs.

Let me explain some of the principles that make the whistle so incredibly valuable:

Dog Whistle Training: Why It Works

1) A whistle can be used by ANYONE! Now I know that seems obvious, but think about it. Most family dogs have many different voices in their ears, day in day out. A whistle sounds the same whoever is blowing it. Whether it’s a child or the dog’s owner, the dog trained to recall to a whistle will do so regardless of who is blowing it. Although there ARE ways in which you can make your whistle recall unique to you.

2) A whistle lacks emotion. Ever tried to recall your dog when you''ll keep this short, simple and to the point - because this really doesn''t set the up to fail. This isn''s not paying attention to what you''fail''re out with your dog. But remember, to condition your dog first to get used to the sound of the whistle and have the dog make the association between the whistle sound and very good emotions. Imagine this, if you have a dog who reacts positively to the sound of the fridge door being opened, you could use the whistle at the same time as opening the fridge door - the dog will associate one sound with the other.

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for You are trying to achieve a reaction from your dog which makes the sound of the whistle so overwhelmingly positive, they will want to come back to you.

Always reward lavishly, particularly in the early stages of training

If the dog does not come back for any reason STOP whistling. The last thing you should do is simply stand there whistling away and have the dog ignore you - that''t yet been properly put in place.

Inspired to Start Whistle Training Your Dog?
If you’ve decided you’d like your dog to come back first time, every time & whistle training is the way you want to achieve it, you’re going to need to buy my one & only recommended dog whistle.

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  1. robert brodrick

    October 7, 2011 at 1:41 the 1 last update 2020/06/02 pm October 7, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    is there a code of practice for the number of signals ie long short ,one ,two blasts

    • K9 Magazine

      October 11, 2011 at 5:23 am

      One long blast = stop/sit
      Several short toots = come back.

      • Margaret Wilshaus-Forde

        June 24, 2014 at 10:41 pm

        Love this and i will definitely buy a whistle (the named one) and try it on my dogs.
        Regards
        Margaret

  2. Carli Sam

    March 15, 2013 at for 1 last update 2020/06/02 12:42 am March 15, 2013 at 12:42 am

    Awesome article! I appreciate stumbling upon this… We have a 5 month old puppy that has seemed to take a couple steps back.

  3. Margaret Wilshaus-Forde

    Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for June 24, 2014 at 10:45 pm

    I will post you on the results with my 3 Dogs.

  4. Peter Hume

    May 14, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    I bought the Acme whistle and followed your advice.
    You are 100% right. My “dog on steroids”, border collie “zooms” back. I made sure I bought his favourite treat (mini meatballs) and let him know that there’s a super-duper treat if I blow the whistle. I did this deliberately so that if he is racing off to find a herd of sheep to urgently round up, I need a secure, fail safe , panick button to get him back !

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