D'Elle Posted October 30, 2003 Report Share Posted October 30, 2003 I am starting to teach Jester the down-on-recall. He knows "down" and he does go down very reliably when I tell him to, at a distance as well as up close, with hand signals as well as voice command. However, he is running so fast toward me on the recall (*I love his recall!) that he travels many feet before doing down, and I have to repeat the command two or three times, by which time he is almost to my feet. I want to teach this very gently because I do not want to do the slightest damage to his beautiful and rock-solid recall. I am going at this slowly and carefully, because I do not want to mess up. But I want him to drop right away when I say down. Any suggestions would be welcome. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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