Okay is what I use. Easy word for them to understand Whatever you use be consistent. Good luck!!
HRCH Scaupgetters Tarnation QAA
HR Blackie 2 CGN, WCI
Metras's Hashtag Mickey
"Knowing how important right timing is in accomplishing right actions"
I use "Get it" on marks...kinda happened by accident but it stuck.
My go play or let loose word are "hie on"...not exactly the correct usage for the terms but it's what my uncle always said to his pointers and I liked the sound of it.
Name on marks. But around the house is OK. But if walking out the door I use easy, which means slow don't go like a wild child.
I use old school "Hie On" as release. No confusion. Back on blinds, name on marks.
"Over" is the big one for us. While "over" is a common ob command for jumping I must remember to use "jump".
Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI
Butt head around the house.
Come on butthead, instead of heel or here, get out of the closet butt head, come on miss piggy
When I ask them "do you wanta eat" their teeth start chatering and jump around like kangeroos. i make them atleast put their butts on the ground before setting food bowls down.
TT to pee and poop and "good dog" or "go play" for release
This is not advice, just me
Last edited by Brad; 05-19-2013 at 11:46 AM.