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Formal Commands

Formal Commands

A Formal command is a specific directive given to elicit a specific response.

Traditional Commands

Heeling (neck-to-leg travel): your dog will learn this formal version of travel where the dog’s collar should be the distance of about an open hand from the seam of your left pant leg.

Sit: a command given to your dog to communicate that the handler is going to move. Your dog will learn to maintain this position until released or given another command.

Down: is a prone position whereby the hocks and elbows are on the floor.

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Stay: a command given to your dog to communicate that the handler is going to move. Your dog will learn to maintain this position until released or given another command.

Come: your dog will learn to immediately make his/her way to the handler’s front and sit attentively.

Advanced Commands

Forward

Move

Speak

Bring

Hup

Through

Go-Out

Stand

Hush

Drop

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