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Beginning Training II
Teaching the Sit to Stand

This five part series is a continuation of Beginning Training I. In the previous series we taught the Sit to Stand exercise. Here we add the next step which is teaching the dog to do a FAST down. The use of food and toys as motivational training tools are demonstrated.

The lessons in this series apply whether I'm starting a pup of 7 weeks of age, or an adult dog of any age.

 

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Part 1
Here we teach the dog to FOLD into a down as we work Sit-Stand-Down. (File size: 3.49 MB)

Part 2
This clip demonstrates the process of naming the behaviors. (File size: 1.24 MB)

Part 3
Here we show the process of getting the behavior on verbal cue. (File size: 347 KB)

Part 4
Getting the FAST down. (File size: 1.96 MB)

Part 5
Now we introduce toys and play as a motivator and reward. (File size: 2.05 MB)

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