Training your Retriever using park benches Having fun in a park and training my retriever at the same time. Three whistles means for the dog to come. One whistle means for the dog to stop. The dog needs to sit and sit squarely, and to look at me so he can take direction. When I raise my left hand, the dog is to turn to my left. When I raise my right hand, the dog is to turn to my right. I am using the boundaries of the table for the dog to turn sharply and go straight back. Sometimes I am using quick, different whistle commands to have the dog pay attention and to listen to what ever direction I give him whether it is by whistle or by hand command. This black Labrador retriever (“Kohl”) is two years old.

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