Before addressing the issue of teaching a dog to sit, we are going to teach your dog to come to you maybe you missed as many people that have a dog for the first time, often frustrated each time that they tell to his but come! and the friend alli stays at with face of not understanding that you are trying to tell you. If you would like to teach a dog to come to you? Unfortunately, dogs don’t understand the commands by instinct is something that many people who have dog can not understand! A good way to start to teach him to respond to the command come! is to say see! every time the dog moves in the direction where these you. Then reward it and caress it for having come toward you, even without that necessarily have done so in response to your command. Teach your dog to go to where your are this way makes that training is less intense and creates a very comforting situation both for you and for your dog. And now we teach your dog to sit! As teaching a? dog sit? The command sit! or sit! is usually one of the first people to teach your new dog.
However, personally I think that it is more convenient to learn first to go towards you – with the command come! we explained above and then teach him to sit before offering the reward. Teach a dog to sit is simple, but must be done with patience and dedication. Always reward your dog every time that it succeeds. Instead of simply pressing for down in the back of the spine and force him to sit – usual-, considered placing a hand there and the other under her breast, gently, then tell her sit! (remember that you don’t need to shout, but if using a tone of authority) while applying slight pressure to down in the back area and up in the chest area. Reward your dog with caresses, flattery and any cookie! when hit the goal. OK already is now want to know how to make your dog stays in place when your order is How many times do we need that! Once you’ve achieved that you feel, you’re ready to learn how to stay in your site. If you would like to teach a dog who stays on your site? Place your dog in position sitting and reward him with a cookie.
Now place your hand in front of the dog’s snout (without touching it), and di Quietus!. Begins to recede back by hand always forward. Di sake! if your dog stays at the site and allow you to go towards you for your reward after a few seconds. Each time that you repeat this process successfully, increases the time interval until you get your dog to stay at the site for a full minute. Always reward him with their cookies, caresses and praise for a job well done. It is preferable to carry out this training in a quiet place, however you can alternate practice at home and in a public park to reinforce Quietus! means staying on the site regardless of the environment where it can receive the command. I am Marcelo Perez, and I congratulate you for your progress!