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Training your dog to follow basic commands is an important part of responsible pet ownership. It helps keep your dog safe and makes your life easier. With patience, consistency, and a few treats, you can teach your pup to obey commands like “sit,” “stay,” and “come.”
Before you start training, make sure your dog is comfortable with the commands you plan to teach. If they’re not familiar with the words, they won’t understand what you’re asking them to do.
When you’re ready to begin, start with the basics. Pick a command and repeat it in a clear, firm voice. When your dog does the desired behavior, reward them with a treat or verbal praise. This will help reinforce good behavior and motivate them to obey the command.
Once your dog has mastered the basics, you can move on to more complex commands. For example, you can teach your dog to “sit” and “stay” in one spot while you move away. This is a useful skill if you ever need to leave your dog at home while you run an errand.
You can also teach your dog to “come” when you call them. Start by standing a few feet away from your pup and calling their name. When they come to you, reward them with a treat or verbal praise. Gradually increase the distance until your dog is coming to you from across the room.
Training your dog to follow basic commands takes time and patience. But with consistent practice, your pup will eventually understand and obey your commands. And you’ll both benefit from the increased safety and convenience that comes with a well-trained dog.