Commands can help to ensure that the dog reacts correctly in the event of danger. The commands should be trained and memorized from the puppy age. In addition, to sit, down, and here, important commands are also stayed and no.
When the command “sit” is given, the dog must sit on its hindquarters and lookup. The conditioning of the command is done with light pressure on the rear end or by holding a treat over the puppy’s head. In both variants, the command “sit” must be given at this moment.
It is similar to the command “place”. The waiting position “down” is ideal for giving other commands, but also for having the dog lying next to you in the restaurant, for example. The position is best done from the seat. The owner kneels in front of the dog and shows him the treat. The hand with the treat moves to the ground, the dog will follow the treat and bend his body forward and assume the “down” position. The “down” command takes a little practice, but it’s very important.
With the command “Give your paw” you first bring your four-legged friend into the “sit”, then you sit in front of the dog and place the treat under the dog’s chin at chest level. the dog will raise its paw to get the food. The command “Give paw” follows.
The “Stay” command is important for doing important things while the dog is sitting or lying down. In the beginning, the owner should put the dog in the seat or place. Constant eye contact is now important. The command “Stay” should be pronounced while the owner walks backward step by step. At first, a few meters are enough to then stop and go back to the dog. If the dog stays seated or lies down, it must then be praised vigorously.