By Steven Appelbaum
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You should also go back a level by putting your dog in a sit-stay. Then have your friend walk out the front door and come in again without their dog. Once your dog is successful for three to 10 repetitions this way, try it again with the distraction of your friend holding their dog. Assuming your dog is successful at this point, have your dog do three to 10 sit-stays with the distraction of your friend holding their dog. Try asking this friend and other friends to help you set up this type of distraction a few times a week until you have a 90 to 100 percent response rate.
Back-chaining 8. Pattern training Single Event Learning The dog judges every event that occurs in her life as either relevant or irrelevant. Here’s one example: A skateboard rolling down the sidewalk startles your dog and she yelps. You scream, run over to the dog and pick her up. You then carry her into the house and spend the rest of the afternoon soothing and caressing her on the sofa. The dog judges this event as relevant. 42 How Your Dog Learns POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE CORRECTION The word correction is used throughout this text.
Be aware of your dog’s average obedience level, and only follow “good” with a food reward for better-than-average responses. The dog will soon notice that only her best obedience gets rewarded. Never fall below a 25-percent reward rate (rewarding the top 25 percent of the dog’s responses). If you stick to the No Free Lunch policy and always give food rewards at least 25 percent of the time, you will be amazed at how willing your dog is to be obedient. 52 How Your Dog Learns If you combine this with proper corrections for disobedience and go back a level following any disobedience, you will have a dog who is reliable and happily obedient for the rest of her life.
ABC Practical Guide to Dog Training by Steven Appelbaum