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Gold Stay

Gold Stay

Gold Stay - from Bronze 'Stay'

Take your dog to an open space, practice the 'come' and 'stay' commands learnt in Bronze Stay.

The next step is to use the whistle command. Your own whistle is best but a bought dog whistle can help.

You must be consistent and only use one whistle for one command. You will eventually build a vocabulary of whistles. A dog can hear a specific whistle further away than your voice.

Practice the 'stay' and whistle over about 100 yards if you can. This will probably be sufficient distance for most field work.

You can now practice Gold Stay by using a defined whistle that you want your dog to obey. This whistle will only be used for when you want your dog to come straight to you without hesitation. Never use this whistle for anything else.

My sample is here to listen: Come whistle (audio)

Gold Wait

Gold Wait

Gold Wait

With this section you will use a short high-low whistle when you want the dog to wait which will allow you to be more relaxed as you walk.



Training Overview

Gold Training

We have some more strenuous activities we will list here. The Gold Training steps are designed for open field work and allow you to control your dog at up to 100 metre distances.

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Silver Training

Silver training colour codes move you up a step to train your dog over medium distances, or steps that inculde more than one command per activity.

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Bronze Training

If you're new to owning a dog, these activities will be right up your street. When you are familiar with the Bronze coloured commands and have completed these training steps, move up a gear and tackle the Silver Training.

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