Couple of years back I went to see Eric Clapton in concert.

I went with my wife and her sister and was really looking forward to it.

Half way through I couldn’t wait for it to be over.

You see, I am a HUGE Jimmy Buffett fan. I have all his music on my iPod. I have all his books and try to go to his concerts when he comes around.

A true Parrothead. (Parrot Head or Parrothead is a commonly used nickname for fans of Jimmy Buffett.)

His concerts are an experience. From the second you pull into the parking lot it is one big giant party that continues with Jimmy joining in from the stage.

He interacts with the crowd, talks about the area and has fun the whole time.

Eric Clapton walks on stage and technically is probably the best you’ll ever hear. His band is also technically amazing. They can play, but to me it was just boring.

I share this observation with you because it can help teach your dog to come when called.

Anyone can technically train their dog to come when called and most people do. They stand there and say, “Come.” Their dog trots over and a treat is dispensed.

Teaching your dog to come when called and just handing your dog a treat will never develop the rocket fast, reliable recall that we want.

You need to make it more of an experience for your dog. You need to use your tone of voice, your body language, movement and high powered rewards.

What’s that?

This all sounds like a lot of work? I know what you’re saying but so is chasing your dog down the street on a cold morning with just your bathrobe on.

Anyway, if you want to see how its down from a certified Parrothead using all the best tips and techniques that will get your dog to come when called, you need to check out the Ultimate Online Recall Course.

It’s easy.

It’s effective.

And most importantly…

…it’s FUN!

Here’s where to go NEXT:

Always Come When Called

Best,

Eric