Your dog is like a child. You need to teach him right from wrong, and the best way to do that is with basic dog training command. These six will get you started:
Sit is a command to sit down and obey. It’s also a command to be still, calm and polite.
If your dog doesn’t know how to sit, teach him or her by following these steps:
- Start with your dog in front of you. Hold a treat between your thumb and index finger in front of his nose and move it back over his head until he sits down or has gone so far that he cannot reach the treat any longer (this means he’s sitting). As soon as he sits, praise him enthusiastically and give him the treat. Repeat this several times until it becomes second nature for your pup to follow along each time you hold out a piece of kibble in front of their face—or whatever tasty morsel makes them happy!
- Once they’ve mastered sitting at home on demand with no distractions around them (i.e., people walking past), try asking them again while walking around outdoors where there are more people passing by; if they do well under those conditions then try taking things up another notch by holding treats behind their back while they are standing next to each other (so neither one can see what’s being offered) – eventually reaching out further away from both dogs so only one gets rewarded when responding correctly – but don’t forget about praising them afterward either!
The down command is a good way to get your dog to lie down. To do this, you’ll need to give the command and then gently nudge or push the dog down. Once it’s lying on its side, praise them so they know what you like!
If your dog is too energetic, hyper or distracted, this is a great command for them to learn.
Stay is a command that tells your dog to remain in place until you give it permission to move again. It’s an important command to have because it can be used in many situations, such as when you are walking with your dog and come across something distracting (like another dog or person) so that your pup doesn’t run up on them uninvitedly.
To teach this command:
- In a safe area, lure your dog into a sit position with a treat held above its head.
- Once the pup has assumed the sitting position, hold both hands out with palms facing down so that they’re parallel with each other (as if making an “L”) and slowly bring them closer together while maintaining eye contact with your pup—this will tell him where he’s supposed to stay between those two points in order not get any closer than that distance outside these parameters). When both hands are close enough together at eye level (approximately six inches apart), say “stay” while simultaneously lowering one hand towards his nose so that he knows what position he needs hold still in order not get any closer than that distance outside these parameters). This should feel like a game of tug-of-war between his desire for food versus his desire for freedom; ultimately though remember: no matter how much fun chasing squirrels might seem like right now! There really aren’t any squirrels here so just trust me when I say don’t go anywhere near them yet…
The “come” command is your dog’s way of telling you that it wants to go back to you. It can be used in a variety of situations, from when your dog sees a squirrel and gets distracted, to when it hears other dogs barking and wants to join them. It’s important for your dog know this command so that you can get their attention when needed.
Your dog should respond immediately every time they hear the word “come”. If they don’t, then it may take longer than usual before they come running back over to you (or even worse). Be sure not to let your dog get into bad habits by ignoring its name or calling it too often because this will only make things harder later on down the road!
Teaching your dog to fetch is an excellent way to bond with your pooch. It also teaches him that retrieving doesn’t always mean hunting; it can be fun and rewarding, too! If you come across a ball in the park or on the beach during one of your walks together, he’ll be more likely to bring it back. Plus, fetching will help your dog use his mind and body in creative ways so he stays fit both physically and mentally.
Here’s what you need: A tennis ball or other throwable toy (avoid anything small enough for him to swallow).
Leave it is a command that tells your dog to stop doing something. It’s one of the first commands taught in dog training and can be used for many different things, including:
- Teaching your dog to drop items on command
- Stopping your dog from jumping on people or furniture
These are the basic dog training command
These are the basic dog training commands:
- Come (the most important command)
These are the basic dog training command. It can be difficult for some dogs to grasp these, but for most it’s a matter of consistency and patience. Remember that your dog probably isn’t going to be able to do everything perfectly on the first try or even second try. You may have to repeat yourself many times before he gets it right!