The First 4 Commands Every Dog Needs To Know: How To Train Your Dog To Be A Super Dog (And Stay So)
In one of our last blog posts, The First 4 commands Every Dog Needs To Know, we discussed a few of the most important commands that every dog needs to know. The commands we discussed in our previous blog are sit, stay, lie down, and come.
Teaching your dog to focus on you (not the dog next door or anything else that is distracting) will help your dog stay out of trouble. Start simple, in a non-stimulating area. Start by standing directly in front of your dog. The command "heel" means that the dog must walk directly next to you instead of behind or behind you. The dog is required to keep pace with you, stopping when you stop. Walking your dog is important for their health and health. Kendall Abbott is a dog trainer. She is the author of Beyond The Dog. She shares her tips on how to train your dog and behave like a super dog. . .