It’s raining, it’s cold. It’s time to walk the dog.
Don’t you wish you had a way to tell your dog “Hurry up! Let’s get this over with so we can get back inside where it’s dry and warm!”
Here’s a quick video to teach you how to do that! It’s fast, it’s easy, and all my dogs know how to go to the bathroom on cue.
What does it mean to go to the bathroom “on cue?” (And why am I using “cue” instead of “command?”)
When you can ask your dog to do something — and he does it! — you can call that behavior “on cue.” Old-fashioned trainers call it a command. I think it’s a little silly to command anyone, let alone a dog, to go to the bathroom. The thought of it makes me giggle. “I COMMAND YOU to take a tinkle.” Hahahahaha.
What word (or phrase) do you use to tell your dog to do his business? Leave a comment and let me know!
Our permanent three dogs know “Do your business.”
Levi and most of the dogs I raise know “Hurry up.”
Another service dog agency uses: “GitRDone!” (I’m not kidding.)