10 Voice Commands That Are Commonly Used In Dog Obedience Training

Voice Commands for Dog Training

The following is a list of 10 commonly used voice commands for dog obedience training:

1. “Come”: This command is used to bring the dog to the owner.

2. “Down”: This command is used to make the dog go to the ground lying face down.

3. “Heel”: This command is used to make the dog walk to the owner’s left side. It is also used to make the dog go to heel position from the come-fore position.

4. “No”: This is used to let the dog know that he has done something wrong.

5. “Sit”: This command is used to make the dog sit down.

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6. “Stand”: This is used to bring the dog up on all four feet.

7. “Stay”: This command is used to keep the dog in either the sitting or the standing position.

8. “Fetch” or “Take it”: This command is used to make the dog take an object from either off the ground or the hand.

9. “Find it” or “Look for it”: This is used to make the dog seek for an object that he recognizes only by smell such as tracking or seeking a lost article.

10. “Hup”: This command is used to make the dog jump.