Basic Commands for Dogs

Posted by Dog citizen in July 8, 2015-
By Juliana Yuri, behavioral consultant and team Dressage Rider Dog citizen.
One of the many functions of the training is to teach the dogs commands: sit, down, come, stay, etc. Some ask why trainer tutors to teach these commands to a dog being trained for a specific behavioral problem (destruction of objects, for example), because they don’t understand how this learning can positively impact for improving the behavioral disorder.

For example, the dog which destroys objects can be having these behaviors simply because they don’t know any other way to call attention of the people, or for idleness and boredom. Learning the commands, the dog has a new most appropriate way to request attention – you can sit in front of your own–and also exercises your mind while you are trained, which helps expend energy.
How to teach commands to dogs?
Learning should always be nice to the pet, so we use induction techniques and positive reinforcement – use a snack as bait in a dog’s snout, making moves that induces to stay in position, and when the dog reaches this position, deliver the snack as a reward.
This is the smartest way to teach commands: the pet learns that interact and obey the people is always pleasurable and interesting to him, without using physical force, violence or techniques of domination.
Teaching the sit command: take a small snack and let the pet smell; start raising your hand causing him to turn his nose up; to achieve the tidbit in this position, the dog will need to touch the butt on the ground; When that happens, give it the treat.
Teaching the throw command: put the dog to “sit”; with snack in the snout, induce pet down slowly (some dogs don’t lie down quickly, but are “humps”); induce slowly and, when the dog touch the belly on the ground, give the reward.
Teaching the come command: a short distance from the dog, show a snack for him and, when he’s moving in your direction, say “come”; When the dog is very close, delivered the tidbit.
Teaching the command becomes: for this command, the dog must know sit; stand in front of the dog sitting, make a gesture with the hand flat, saying “keep”; take a short step back and return, rewarding if the dog continues to “sitting”. Gradually increase the distance and the time that the dog must wait.
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