The first thing a young dog learns is usually its name. If he listens to him, he can assign that the following basic commands are addressed to him and that he should follow them accordingly. You use your dog's name when you call him, when you praise him, and whenever you want something from him. Your little four-legged friend will quickly understand who is meant when his first name comes up.
The "No" and "Off" commands are also very important, and whether they work should not be tried out in an emergency. For the dog, “no” means that what he is doing or intending to do is not wanted and should be avoided immediately. So it is an important command to set your limits. "Off" is always used when the dog has something in its mouth to put down. The reaction to the command is usually practiced with dog toys, and is later said in an emergency whenever the four-legged friend could be endangered by an object carried in its mouth or should be put down for other reasons.
"Seat" and "seat" are the next important basic commands that should be on the curriculum with your protégé. They are easy to learn and should be repeated regularly and in a wide variety of situations so that they can be called up later in every situation.
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If you need command in an important situation, for example on a busy street, you will be grateful if your dog masters these commands while you sleep. Further basic commands, which are especially important outside, can be found in the second part: Puppy education: basic commands for the walk.