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Title: Important Commands for Dog Obedience Training


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  • Certain essential commands are used during dog
    training sessions in order to groom social
    behavior. Here are some

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  • Come. It means the dog will leave everything
    s/he is doing and come to you. It is very helpful
    during an emergency and enables the owner to take
    charge.

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  • Sit. A primary command, it helps the dog to
    sit and act accordingly every time someone comes
    in or the doorbell rings. Enroll in effective dog
    obedience training classes in Perth to learn more.

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  • Stay. Another essential command to be made
    familiar with dogs, especially who are
    super-excited. Stay enables the pet to keep it
    cool, and watch out for any danger.

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  • Leave it. One of the basic commands used by
    professional dog trainers, it enables the dog to
    leave anything s/he has picked up instantly. As
    dogs eat, smell or swallow anything without an
    concern, this command comes in handy very often.

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  • Its Okay. This gives out a relaxed vibe and
    allow them to move freely. For a detailed
    learning, avail the best dog obedience training
    services in Perth.

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  • No! This command encourages the dog to stop
    whatever s/he is doing. It is usually said in
    case of unpleasing biting or growling.

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  • Heel. It helps the owner to take control
    during a stroll around people or other pets. S/he
    will not pull the leash and walk properly by your
    side.

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  • Stand. Professional dog trainers recommend
    using this command from the very beginning. It
    becomes easy to treat the dog when he is standing
    on command.

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