Make sure your dog knows the sit command before you start teaching them to come.
Start by practicing the come command in a short distance, such as 5-10 feet. Gradually increase the distance as your dog gets better at it.
Reward your dog with treats and praise when they come to you when called.
Teaching your dog to come takes time and patience. Don't get discouraged if your dog doesn't get it right away.
Make training fun for your dog. Use positive reinforcement and keep training sessions short and enjoyable.
Once your dog is consistently coming to you when called in a quiet environment, start practicing with distractions. This could include practicing in a park, near other dogs, or in a busy area.
Be consistent with your commands and rewards. This will help your dog learn to come to you when called, even when there are distractions.