DVD QUIZ #5 - Come Chapter

All of the answers to these questions are mentioned and explained in the Come Chapter of the No Dog Left Behind dog training DVD or the online version included with purchase of the Puppy or Basic Obedience courses. 

 

1 - The best way to train a dog to come when called is to start by having them ______. 

 

A - on leash

B - off leash and far away

C - sit and stay 

D - off leash in a fenced area 

 

2 - The formal come command means the dog must come and sit in front of you. 

 

A - True 

B - False

 

3 - When teaching the dog to come we ______ and lure with food. 

 

A - use a low voice

B - stand with an upright posture 

C - say come repeatedly

D - back up 

 

4 - If the dog comes towards you but then goes past you, you should _______ 

 

A - keep backing up 

B - yell at the dog 

C - step towards the dog 

D - shake a bag of treats 

 

5 - Coming when called should be both rewarding and _____. 

 

A - punishing 

B - mandatory 

C - surprising 

D - optional

 

6 - A quick tug or “pop” on the leash followed by praise and a treat creates a positive association with leash pressure and teaches the dog that _____. 

 

A - you are a mean person. 

B - they can choose to ignore you. 

C - coming is mandatory. 

D - leashes are bad. 

 

7 - You should never grab the dog’s collar because they don’t like it. 

 

A - True 

B - False

 

8 - It’s best to have the dog sit more than an arms reach away so you have to reach out and give a treat. 

 

A - True

B - False 

 

Answers: 

 

1 - The best way to train a dog to come when called is to start by having them ______. 

 

A - on leash

 

2 - The formal come command means the dog must come and sit in front of you. 

 

A - True 

 

3 - When teaching the dog to come we ______ and lure with food. 

 

D - back up 

 

4 - If the dog comes towards you but then goes past you, you should _______ 

 

A - keep backing up 

 

5 - Coming when called should be both rewarding and _____. 

 

B - mandatory 

 

6 - A quick tug or “pop” on the leash followed by praise and a treat creates a positive association with leash pressure and teaches the dog that _____. 

 

C - coming is mandatory. 
 

7 - You should never grab the dog’s collar because they don’t like it. 

 

B - False

 

8 - It’s best to have the dog sit a few feet away so you have to reach out and give a treat. 

 

B - False 

 

Thank you very much for participating in this class. I look forward to seeing you in future classes! Please stay in touch.

 

-Chad Culp, Certified Dog Trainer and Canine Behavior Consultant

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