When you’re crossing a road or encountering other hunters in the field, you need your dog to walk at your side, or heel. Start with your pup sitting at your left side as you hold a treat in your left hand near your waist, where she can’t see it. Use a leash or check cord for safety, but not to drag the dog along. Say the pup’s name to get her attention, and take two steps. If she comes with you and stops, give her a treat. Repeat. Work up to four steps, six steps, etc., and utter the command—“heel”—when she will come with you for 10 steps.