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Learning the “come” command can be for his safety, if your dog gets out, this may be the only way you will be able to stop him before he runs into the road. Bear in mind that the "come" command isn't always the best option when you want your dog by your side. For instance, if you haven't fully trained your dog to understand what you want when you say "come," don't use that command and expect results. It will probably be better to go and get them than to say "come" repeatedly.
There are a couple of methods to teach your dog to “come” however you choose to train him, make sure you keep practicing until you are certain that your dog will respond the first time you call.
The first method is The Long Line: (you will need an assistant for this one)
Something to keep in mind, make sure you aren’t using the command to call your dog to you if you’re going to do something he doesn’t like. Be consistent, stay positive, and reinforce the behavior you want, and you’ll see results.