Door dashing, door darting, running out the door, escaping. Whatever you call it, the behavior of fleeing out the door as soon as it’s opened is a dangerous one for many dogs. Learning to wait at the door is an essential tool you or your clients need.
How do we teach our furred friends to wait for permission to go out the door? How do we prevent others from leaving doors open, or pausing at the door while waving good-bye, or letting the screen door fly open when it’s windy?
You can build this short training plan into your day training, coaching and board and train programs, and impress your clients with a dog who waits patiently for his turn to go outside.
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- A materials list
- Step-by-step training plan
- What to do if the dog makes a mistake while training
- Full video demonstration
- How to maintain the Wait at Door behavior once training concludes.