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Sit and stay dog trning

How To Trn Your Dog To Sit

It’s pretty easy to teach your dog to sit and stay, but many dogs, especially puppies, can be very stubborn and difficult to get into the habit of sitting and staying. This post will give you some trning tips to make sure your dog will listen and obey!

How to trn your dog to sit and stay

This post will be broken down into different sections.

The section titles are:

1) Teaching Sit and Stay

2) Teaching Sit and Stay with Treats

3) Teaching Sit and Stay with Your Voice

4) Teaching Sit and Stay with Your Voice and Treats

5) Teaching Sit and Stay with a Kong

6) Teaching Sit and Stay with a Kong and Treats

7) Teaching Sit and Stay with a Food Toy

8) Teaching Sit and Stay with a Food Toy and Treats

9) Teaching Sit and Stay with a Toy and No Treats

10) Teaching Sit and Stay with No Treats

11) Teaching Sit and Stay with Toys

12) Teaching Sit and Stay with Toys and No Treats

13) Teaching Sit and Stay with No Food Treats

1) Teaching Sit and Stay

Before we start teaching your dog to sit and stay, you will need to be able to give your dog something good to eat or play with. If you can’t do this, you may have to teach your dog to sit and stay first with some toys and treats. However, I’m going to give you some other tips in case you can’t give your dog food and toys.

I’ve also broken down each of the sections into more detled explanations.

There are many reasons why your dog will not want to sit and stay. In my experience it is mnly because he does not want to wt, and it can be very frustrating to your dog and you!

You must be patient with your dog when trning him to sit and stay. I’m sure you can understand that it will be much easier to trn a dog to obey commands if he has something good to look forward to when you ask him to do them.

There are a few things that will help you trn your dog to sit and stay. The first is to make sure you prse your dog when he does sit and stay. This is not just a treat for you, but for your dog too. He will learn that when he sits and stays, it means he is getting something good in return, like a treat or toy. You must use prse and rewards to trn your dog to obey commands.

If you’ve tried to teach your dog to sit and stay in the past, and you didn’t do it well, you may be able to improve the way you trn him. Try this exercise, which I’ve put in the box below.

I know some people prefer to not use food treats when teaching their dogs to sit and stay, but I prefer it. Food treats are good for you dog, but they are usually quite messy and will make trning harder.

Treats, toys and toys with treats

There are plenty of trning tools out there which can make trning to sit and stay easier for you. The best way to teach your dog to sit and stay is with a variety of treats, toys, and other treats.

Food treats

When trning your dog to sit and stay, you can start with a few tiny treats in the hope that he will be more likely to obey commands. Once your dog has learned that the command “sit” means a treat, you can start giving him bigger treats to make sure he gets the association between the command and the reward.

Try to give the treats to your dog when he is sitting on command, and when he stays when you tell him to stay. You can do this by just saying “sit” and “stay”, or by saying “sit,” then hitting your hand down to your dog’s bottom, then repeating “stay” and hitting your hand down to your dog’s bottom.

If you try to give a large food treat to your dog when he is not in a sit and stay position, he will not be motivated to sit and stay because he’s not expecting the treat to be a reward. I’ve actually heard of people doing this, but I always tell people not to do it!

Treats are good, but I prefer to use toys to teach my dog to sit and stay. I do this because you can use them to make sure your dog stays on command. They are also very useful for dogs who get distracted easily, because if they want to get away from a toy they can just jump up and grab it.

Treats, toys and toys with treats

Food treats can be a good way to trn your dog to sit and stay, but you’ll find that it’s better to use toys that are interactive, or you can also use the Kong. I’ll give you some ideas to help you choose which toys to use.

If your dog is good at sit and stay already, it’s best to start him on food treats to use on command. If he isn’t very good at it, I’d suggest starting on toys.

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