The Recall: Teach Your Dog To Come When Called

$9.95

A reliable recall could save your dog’s life.

Question: Can you really count on your dog to come when called?

Typical answers: “Yes, he comes most of the time, as long as he’s not too far away.” “Usually, but not if we’re outside, or if there are distractions.” “If I show him a treat, he comes right away!”

Translation: No, these dogs—like most—can’t be counted on to come when called. Sometimes they come, sometimes they don’t.

And it’s not their fault! Dog’s aren’t born knowing they should run right for us when we call them. And most of us are only beginning to understand how our dog’s think and learn.

It’s our responsibility to positively train our dogs so that they respond instantaneously to a recall cue, whether you’re calling him in for dinner—or stopping him from making a mad-dash into a busy road.

Now available exclusively from The Whole Dog Journal is The Recall: Teach Your Dog to Come When Called. In this life-saving guide, our expert-trainers and contributors show you…

  •  Why it’s important to learn how your dog values his rewards, and which one’s work best
  • Why your dog sprints over to you in some places, but runs the other way in others
  • What to do if you’ve “poisoned” your recall cue and your dog just won’t respond

Available for instant download, this eBook reveals how dogs learn, and why they do what they do, so you can teach him to instantly bound towards you when called.

The Recall is available ONLY from The Whole Dog Journal. Set your dog up for success today… order & download now!

*Please note: This is a downloadable E-book.

Vet visit for Miss Coco; Woody tagging along as canine security blanket. (OMG, you guys, a vet who will let us come into the clinic! I am so excited!) ...

She may be a kangaroo, but she’s a happy little kangaroo ...

I can use this to blackmail her when she is out of her teenage phase. #crushingonwoody ...

Foster pup has a mystifying medical issue. Will be posting about this in the WDJ blog later this week. Had to post here first so there would be a way for readers to see Coco in action.

*Bonus* You get to hear me tell my darling Woody to “Go away!!” (I was trying to film and he was shoving me, trying to get me to throw the ball. Sorry!)
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You don’t have to throw it. Just give it to me! ...

Please throw the ball! ...

New, cute poses of her love affair with (somewhat indifferent and highly tolerant) Woody ...

Foster puppy loveslovesLOVES Uncle Woody. He is accustomed to this adulation, lol ...

Took a minute for ourselves. Ahhhhh. ...

Woody has a new project puppy. ...

Having hands would be helpful, but he does okay. (I think he deliberately drops his ball into places that will sometimes elicit my help...but I wasn’t helping, so he had to deal.) ...

"You're leaving us again, aren't you?" Spending long days at the emergency animal shelter, where pets displaced by local fire are being cared for by volunteers. It's hard on our own dogs, but at least they have homes. ...

One dog is enjoying our evacu-cation in a hotel more than the other.

Our neighborhood is under a mandatory evacuation due the the #bearfire, but we don't think our house is actually in danger currently. The fire went FAR, FAST, night before last, so they wanted folks out of the way. The wind has died down and the fire line is holding. In the meantime, like Woody, we will try to enjoy ourselves, until we can get back home.

My thoughts go to those who lost homes and animal friends. Best local relief org:
https://www.nvcf.org/donate
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#noon #nofilter #cafires #smoke ...