Re: Looking for cues

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Sweetypye
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I taught my dogs to informally check in with me whilst out walking, as often I do a great deal of training during the walk and they will keep an eye on me to see if I am about to “let the games commence”.

Also they have learned that seeing another dog is a cue to check in for permission to visit or a wait or a recall.

Keeping walks unpredictable (as far as possible) has heightened this.  I like a nice balance between being comfortable at quite a way from me (could be 500m for the Wei) but ready to hit base if needed.

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