"Go With Another Person" command?
So there is a small issue with Rumo, which is his One-Man (or should I say, One-Woman) loyalty to me.
Coming home from an outing. There is a grocery around the corner from our house, and I said, "I have to run in and pick up some things for dinner. Why don't you guys walk home, instead of sitting in the car?" 20 minutes later, I emerge from store to find husband & dog planted on sidewalk in front of store! Husband reports: "Rumo would not go. I dragged him a few feet, but then he planted his feet again. I didn't want to drag him by force all the way home."
Drop off at boarding kennel. There was a new girl this time, who tried to bring him in while I was doing the paperwork...he went around and stood behind me and refused to budge when she called him & pulled on his leash. (He's famous...regular staff know not even to try to bring him in, until I have closed the door behind me)
Ditto for vet tech, obedience teacher, you name it...it always involves dragging by force. He will refuse any sort of treat.
So, sometimes I wish I had a command that means: "You need to Go with this other person. This person is OK."
Does anybody have, or use, such a command?
If so, how would you go about training such a command?
Rumo ~ rescue shepherd/husky mix