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If your dog is collar condition correctly try giving him the whistle at closer distances if he complies send him back and try a little further. When he gets to far that he doesn't want to comply when you blow the whistle. Blow a second whistle and give him a "nick" on the collar. Just a thOught of indirect pressure. Good luck
 

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Wouldn't that be direct pressure, or pressure for the command given?

In any event, you might try this and see. It is taking mine a long time to learn to stop like he is supposed to, but we have time and I am learning to train the dog I have.
Yes in a way but direct pressure would be more like if he would give the whistle and not sit and give him a nick. The next command followed with a nick would be indirect trying to get him to know what you eant
 
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