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How To Prepare Your Dog To Sit

Sit is a fundamental manors foundation conduct that pretty a lot every person desires

their doggy to know. And the good news is, it is really quick to prepare. If you abide by a several

quick techniques. Initial of training course you need your doggy and some yummy treats, a thing

that they like so that you can reward them as they get the conduct appropriate.

Get some nice treats in your hand, have your doggy in a standing posture and just lure your doggy into the sit posture. (good)!

When they get into the sit posture you’re likely to want to inform them making use of

a very crisp and distinct marker phrase such as ‘good’ that they did the conduct

accurately and they are likely to get rewarded for it. You want to do a large amount of

repetition (good)! so it is really quick for your doggy. The movement is rather small it is really

just from the nose up above the head (good)! but hits the floor. You inform your

doggy they did a good position and then you give them a deal with.

Step two is you’re likely to have a deal with in the two arms, you’re likely to lure

(good)! with the foodstuff in your hand but you’re likely to deliver the deal with from

your other hand. This way you can get off of having to move your doggy by way of

area with foodstuff quicker than later on (good)! The foodstuff which is in your hand gets

irrelevant. Then you’re prepared to just move your hand up and back by way of area

to get your doggy into posture. Then allows make positive we put the foodstuff away.

So that we make positive our puppies will pay out focus to us and do this on a

visible cue with no having to abide by a cookie by way of area. Palm up (good)!

So I waited for him to do the appropriate conduct which was the sit. I did not want

his paws coming up. So if you see a thing you you should not like just you should not say ‘good’

and attempt yet again. After you would guess your paycheck that your doggy will move into

the seated posture when you give him a visible (good)! cue, you’re prepared

to put the verbal on.

Never rush that. Make positive that you’re prepared to guess your paycheck. And then

you’re likely to say the phrase and then abide by it with a definition. Which is

your visible cue “”sit, good””. If he experienced not sat I would have merely specified him

the visible cur. I you should not want to say sit, sit, sit. I want him to do it the to start with

time. So I’ll get him back into a standing posture (sit, good)! With lots of

repetition sooner or later your doggy will merely sit when they hear the phrase.

And which is how to prepare a sit.

41 comments

  1. My dog is smart she can open her own cage when i lock her on her cage she still open it smart right?

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  2. My little yorkie (over a year old. Teeny tiny. 4 lbs. don't worry she's just tiny) will NOT sit no matter what I do! Tips?

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  3. your dog is already trained and sitting the whole time

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  4. such a great video my 7 month old pomchi learned to sit in 15 minutes! thanks for this wonderful and helpful video!

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  5. My dog just starts to jump😂😂

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  6. Wow my dog is about a year old now, still small but he learned this very quickly! I'm really surprised because he doesn't listen very well. I guess he really likes his treats! (i know this is probably bad but..) We reward him when he has successful trips to the bathroom so he will continue the behavior. I will now ask him to sit before he's handed the treat? Is that a good idea?

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  7. I have a husky puppie

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  8. My dog (his name is Cali) is very, VERY timid. He is extremely close to my mom & not anyone else. Whenever I hold the treat from his nose & up to his head he gets scared and runs away without taking the treat. My mom has tried and the same result happens with her. Any ideas? (He's 2 years old)

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  9. Nice video this video helped me and my dog alot!

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  10. This didn't work for me. By the time we got to the third step my dachsund knew that after the movement on the leash, a treat was imminent, so he sits without me giving the hand signal- not listening to me in a different way. Smart to anticipate but useles to me when I'm trying to do train him to heed me. so then I have to walk him until he's remains standing, then I can give the hand signal. I'll try another video. thanks anyway.

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  11. I hope this works because my dog is almost a year old..

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  12. I can't feed my dog this many treats she's too little but not a puppy ;-;

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  13. plz someone help me My dog is so Idiot He is a chawchaw I Dont know how to Teach him i Do all of step on the video but its not work i dont know why?? 🙁

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  14. Whenever I do this my dog doesn't sit he stands up lol xD

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  15. Didn't work for my dog I did the exact same thing but when I held my fist over his head, he stood up instead and he thought I was messing with him so he bit me. What do I do?

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  16. Every time I raise the treat over her head and close my fist she just jumps up at it. What do I do?

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  17. I've had my shih tzu for 3 years now and I've been trying to teach him to sit on my own without any help but he's very playful and did not follow so I'm hoping this works

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  18. My dog can finally sit,MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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  19. What breed

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  20. My puppy is smart af, he learned this in only a minute or two. I just got him yesterday.

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  21. What kind of dog is that? What breed?

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  22. How to basic's leson is better than this

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  23. what breed is this?

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  24. The dog should not have that much treats in a day

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  25. hELP? I've been teaching this to my dog and she's really good, in a day and half she already knew the trick but now she only does it when i give her a treat. When i take the bag of treats she immediately sits before i tell her to so i can give her one and won't listen to me if i don't have a treat for her. What do i do?

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  26. This worked!

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  27. This dog already knows how to sit though

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  28. what dog is that

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  29. THANK U SOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH HE MASTERED IT I GUESS HE REMEMBERED FROM OTHER TRAINING TIMES AND LOVED THIS ONE BECAUSE OF U I AM DEFINITELY SUBSCRIBING

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  30. Mine is a Pekenise they're supposed to be hard to train

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  31. I'VE TRIED EVERYTHING I HOPE THIS WORKS

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  32. What if your dog doesn't care about the treat and walks away?

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  33. I love it and it work for my dog thank you

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  34. I got a new dog it's a female called ella

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  35. What treat is she using

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  36. Mine jumps so what do i do

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  37. my dog jumps to me and I freak out, making me drop the treats 😂😣

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  38. My lab puppy he is 3 months and listens to all my word because he loves me and I don't give any treats but a lot of love to him

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  39. how do you make your to sit on hardware floor and grass?

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  40. I try to get my dog into a sit and she goes into a down

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  41. what breed is that?

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