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It does work that way. You're right that there is no right or wrong sequence - It may differ from trainer to trainer, but each one has a sequence of what they train. These "programs" are exactly that. They show each lesson. Of course when you teach each is dependent on the dog but my post meant in general its like everyone is afraid to tell anyone else what commands they need to work on and what comes next, like it's a big secret. I see it on every single forum I'm on. No one can just say something like, teach recall, then hup, then retrieving, then steady, etc etc (or whatever commands go along with the breed/type of dog you have). "Pick a program and stick to it" is a common one as well, but it is a good one. At least you have given some guidance. Saying there is no timeline (which is correct) or sequence to follow is rubbish and does not help the poster. Every single person who has trained more than one dog has definitely found what works for them. My current pup is my first gun dog so I have been taking a different approach that fits the breed. Dogs I have owned before (non-hunting dogs) I trained all the same way: recall, heel, sit, down, and stay. I always did it in the same order (granted before this guy I have only trained 3 dogs from start to finish). I agree 100% that you cannot set a timeline. I don't however agree with those who say there is no set sequence because there is, you just need to pick the one that suits you. And I think this sequence is more what the OP was looking for yet everyone echoed about the mysterious "there is no timeline". I'm not trying to start an argument, I just think that sometimes on these online forums people like to tout their opinions instead of just giving the simple straightforward answer that is required.
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I know a lot of you have started dogs from a puppy and I'm trying to get some insight on a training timeline over the first 6 months to a year of a dogs' life. My puppy is less than 8 weeks old and I don't want to give him too much to chew on. Right now I'm mostly just teaching him his name. He is responding very well to it and I use his name as kind of a universal command. Right now his name means come, no, heel, kennel, etc.Although I am not a certified instructor, I follow the same training timeline and methodology used by own teacher, Gail McCarthy (). This method uses lots of positive reinforcement and encourages independent hunting behavior on the part of the dogs. Nose Work is a great way to build a dog’s confidence while also increasing the bond between dog and handler.I'm sure this has been asked a million times but does anyone have a resource for a puppy training timeline and benchmarks? What I'm looking for a plan that is laid out in a simple way (checklist?) that has stages and goals, once the dog reaches those goals he can then proceed to the next set of goals...This is my flow chart. Sometimes it flows faster and sometimes slower. Sometimes one thing over flows another. Nothing is written in stone but the dog never knows he is being trained. I don't have a timeline. Sometimes a hour training sometimes 5 minutes. I may have skipped a few things. It works for me and my dogs good genetics make it easier. Cj