Train Your Dog to Come

Start Small

Start training your dog to come in a quiet place without distractions. Once they've mastered the basics, you can gradually introduce more distractions.


Reward your dog with praise or treats every time they come to you when called. This will help them learn that coming to you is a good thing.

Be Consistent

It is important to be consistent with your training. Call your dog to you regularly, even if you don't need them to come for anything specific.


If your dog doesn't come when called, don't punish them. This will only make them less likely to come next time.


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Be Patient

Training your dog takes time and patience. Don't get discouraged if they don't get it right away.


 Training your dog to come takes time and patience, but it is one of the most important commands you can teach them. A dog who comes reliably is less likely to get lost or run away.

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