Dog Training

Sit and Stay Command Training

A s soon as your dog is 6 months old and has learned basic commands he is ready to receive more formal training. In this period of his life he would be a well adjusted dog who is aware of the fact that you are the leader.He use to receive instructions and participate in training.

Three examples are given in this article again and again for convenience use of the Sit and Stay commands.  Sit command is already explained before, here you will learn how to teach with absolute certainty that your dog sits and stays as long as you have given him a different command.

The Beginning: “Sit and Stay” -Step 1

Sit and Stay With exercise, your puppy or dog in a fairly informal way to become acquainted with the commands. If he stays beside you and not moving until you let go, then he is ready for a more advanced training. If he still moves at this time, then you have to correct his behavior before you begin these exercises. The Sit and Stay command is very important because the self-discipline to train your dog and prevents distraction due to other dogs or cats.

Once you have him sit quietly set the time that you let him down slowly increase. Stays next to your dog and let him wait too long, otherwise it is automatically re-mobile. At the moment he quietly sitting next to you and not try to move, you can proceed to the next training.

1)       Put your dog’s leash and put him in position while you sit next to his right shoulder  both looking away.

2)       Give him the command “Stay” and take a step away and right while holding the strap. If your dog tries to come up, or you try to follow, then gently push it back into the sit position. It may help to an open hand as a signal to use force to command.

3)       Continue about four to five seconds standing there before you get back to your dog. Now it is important that you make sure that he had a few seconds in the sit position remains. After this is done you can let him go by saying “free and congratulate him.

This final step ensures that he learns to stay in position and prevents to greet you when you get to him.

The Floor: “Sit and Stay”- Step 2

Once he is used to step 1 and fully implement it, then you can proceed through to step forward:

–           Make sure there is  belt

–           Give a clear instruction to “Stay” command before you step forward

–           Start with your right leg.

This can be a difficult step for a dog, since he may believe that you want him to follow because if you start with your left leg you run away from him.