Puppy fetch training is one of the most early stage training that you can do for dog games if your pooch is a purebred retriever. Golden retrievers and Labrador retrievers have the inherent genetic makeup to "go after" and fetch to please their masters all of course for delicious healthy dog training treats! Puppy playing makes a fun thing to watch! Here Angel fetches the ball and keeps it for herself. She was 6 months at the filming of this video and just started learning fetch. Later part of the video, Angel plays with a black female lab named Chelsea.
Puppies that need to be trained to fetch will need a instinctual trigger to chase and a motivator to return. Encourage your pet to go after something that he likes, for eg. his favourite dog toy like a kong stick or a dog chews or any puppy chew toys. Once the puppy chases it and gets it, encourage him to come back for a more attractive motivator like a dog training treat in exchange for the dog toy. Slowly but surely, your pooch will learn to fetch a ball, a stick, and even learn to catch a frisbee. In no time, puppy fetch training will seem like a cakewalk to you! Your answer to How to teach my dog to fetch is so much easier if you have a retriever breed but puppy training games can be so much rewarding with any breed if you are consistent and patient.