The command lie down you can use when guests come to you house and you don’t want your dog to jump on them with his paws. It can also be extremely useful if you want to teach your dog to settle on his bed while you eat.
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Have you ever felt so excited that you just wanted to jump around? So do our four-legged friends.Do you not accept this behavior? How do you explain this easily to your friend?
Is your dog like your shadow? When was the last time you had 5 minutes in the bathroom without your dog sitting at your feet? Having a constant companion can be comforting, or sometimes extremely annoying. is it a sign of love and affection or a serious problem?
While stay and wait seem similar in meaning in English, did you know that they mean two very specific things in canine speech?
THE POWER OF OXYTOCIN
Does your dog greet you excitedly at the end of the day, jump on you and lick your face or stare at you with his big eyes? Are these all signs that he loves you? Or is it just an attachment to the comfort you provide him? What role does oxytosis play in the human-dog relationship?
THE HUMPING DOG
How many times in your life have you felt embarrassed because your dog started humping at the least opportune moment? Why do dogs actually hump? Is it a sign of dominance? Will neutering really help to get rid of this behavior?
WHAT IS CANINE FAIR PLAY?
Watching your dog play is extremely entertaining.Dogs use playing with each other not only to make new friends but also to practice fighting,flirting or hunting skills.Do you know how to recognize fair play in dog language?
Have you ever wondered if dogs are self-aware? Do dogs recognize themselves when they look in the mirror?
The first thing I heard from other people when I started owning a dog is that the dog needs to respect me and I have to become the pack leader. Trainers and proponents of this theory believe that when dogs misbehave, they do so out of disrespect. They believe that if you treat a dog as an equal, you will never earn its respect.
Have you ever wondered if dogs really remember what they have done? How their memory works and how good is it?