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How to Train Your Dog To Roll Over | Stephanie Taunton


Stephanie Taunton says teaching your dog to roll over is a practical trick, but it is also an advanced command. Before going to rollover your dog will be trained to sit, stay and lie down command. Roll over is a fun trick to teach your dog with a little patience. Stephanie Taunton shared some tips how to train your dog to roll over. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: How to Train Your Dog To Roll Over | Stephanie Taunton

How to Train Your Dog To Roll Over Stephanie
Start With Prepare Treats
  • Provide a dog treats that this individual does
    not normally obtain, like lean lunch beef or
    roast beef or another food the dog loves. Break
    the treats into small hits to make them carry on
    through the training program and maintain your
    puppy from filling up as well quickly.
  • Keeping your doggie hungry for treats is going to
    keep him motivated to learn to roll more than.

Teach Your Dog To Lie Down Position
  • Even as we mentioned, your dog ought to be able
    to lay down on command before starting teaching
    him roll above trick. You will start off by
    giving your doggie the command to "lie down.
  • Your puppy should certainly start the "roll over"
    trick in a laying position, resting on his
    stomach along with his paws in front of him
    wonderful head lifted. From this kind of
    position, he'll be ready to roll over very easily
    and without hurting himself.

Bring In The Treat
  • Carry a treat nearby the dog's face. Crouch down
    and hold a treat exactly where the dog is able to
    see and smell it, near his face. Close your
    fingertips around the treat to be sure he can't
    snatch that from your hand just before the trick
    is finished.
  • If your dog is likely to snatch treats quickly,
    make sure you watch your fingers and so you do
    not acquire bit. Your dog will need to turn his
    head to follow the treat. Perhaps if he does, you
    are able to continue to pull the handle around
    his shoulder therefore he will have to lie down
    in the side to follow this.

Lead With Your Hands
  • The moment dog will lay on his/her side, hold a
    goody between the thumb and forefinger of the
    dominant hand beginning with it nearby the dog's
    oral cavity and in that circumstance drawing it
    backwards gradually. The dog's intuition will get
    to feel the treat, and this sort of kind of
    action will obviously roll all of them over.

Roll over
  • Move the treat and say roll over. Rotate the
    treat up and about your dog's head in order that
    his nose follows the treat. Where the nose area
    goes, the head and body will most likely follow.
    If perhaps you lead your dog's nose with the
    handle along a path which will cause your dog to
    roll over as this individual follows it, your pet
    will roll over. The key is to obtain your dog to
    connect the spoken command with the physical move
    of rolling over. If you prefer, you can employ a
    hand signal by simply making a rolling action
    with your hand or perhaps do both simultaneously.

Right Timing For Rewards
  • Find out when to reward the dog. To start with,
    reward the dog with a handle and praise whenever
    this individual successfully rolls over. The
    repeated rewards will strengthen this new
    behavior. When he knows what you expect, you may
    give doggie snacks less frequently.
  • Reward the dog immediately, within mere seconds
    of the correct actions. This will help the dog
    really know what he's undertaking right in order
    that they can easily repeat it. The proper timing
    is the main issue when dog training.

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