12 Tips How To Teach Your Dog to Sit and Stay

12 Tips How To Teach Your Dog to Sit and Stay


Dogs more often than not begin to share the temperament of their masters. A happy human rubs off his cheerfulness on his dog and an especially suspicious or cranky person will have a dog that’s mistrustful and grumpy too. That is because dogs learn from their masters and while certain traits are common for dogs of a certain breed, each pet has an individual personality which depends on the training it has received. One of the first things that owners teach their dogs to do is to sit and stay at a spot on command. Here are a few tips to teach your dog to do so.

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  1. Amanda s

    April 3, 2015 at 6:06 am

    great smart and useful tips! I will definitely be using ur tips! Thanks

  2. Nessima

    May 10, 2015 at 12:44 am

    As a trainer, most of these are pretty good, however I disagree with beginning to train a sit stay outside. In my experience, there are too many distractions outside for the dog to focus. The stay command can be difficult for some dogs to begin with- you want a quiet place to actually do your practicing. Not to say you can practice on the walk- I encourage it, just don’t expect the dog to be able to hold the duration as long as if there were no other distractions.

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