How to Teach a Dog to Sit
For example, teach your dog to "sit" by holding a treat in your hand in front of the dog. Then raise your arm up, causing your dog's head to rise and bottom to lower to the ground. Say "sit" and then give the dog the treat. You can also gently push your dog's bottom to the floor if they need extra guidance.
To teach a stubborn dog to sit down, start by holding a treat out for it to smell. Next, raise the treat above your dog's head, which will force it to sit. Then, command your dog to “Sit” and reward the dog as soon as it does by giving it the treat. Alternatively, watch your dog until it sits down by itself.
A professional dog-training course usually lasts one hour per session, with one or two sessions per week for four to eight weeks. But we have some good news: frequent, consistent training yields faster results. If you work with your dog every day, you should be able to teach him to sit in just a couple of weeks.
You can teach any dog to sit, no matter their age! Puppies as young as six weeks can catch on to this behavior, and older dogs without mobility problems can also learn to sit when asked.
We refrain from teaching pup the sit or down commands. We never want our pup to sit or lie down on point. We've found that some young dogs, when under a bit of pressure, may sit or crouch down on point when cautioned to whoa. Other trainers or handlers do teach the sit command with no problems.
When all is set, have your dog sit. Get a hold of a treat in your hand, and show it to her. Just close your fist over it so the dog cannot get it. After this, give the dog the command “shake”, and then wave your fist under her nose in order to keep her interest in the treat.
Step One: First, make sure your dog is "getting" the sit behavior with just the hand lure. If not, practice this more before adding the verbal cue. Step Two: Before you use the lure movement, say "sit." Lure your dog into their sit, then click and treat as you have been doing. Step Three: Repeat!
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Incorporating commands into fun activities can stimulate your dog mentally, and 'sit' is a simple command that is easy for your puppy to learn. 'Sit' is a fairly simple command. Expect this to take between five and ten days to teach.
Start your dog on-leash and have them sit-stay by tugging the leash towards their back to help put them in a sitting position and then telling them to stay. When you tell them to stay, hold your hand out in front of yourself towards them. Keep them in this position for 30 minutes.
7-8 Weeks Old You can start with basic cues as early as 7 weeks old: Say a cue such as “sit” once. Use a treat to position your dog into a sitting position. Once sitting, give your puppy the treat and some praise.
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As you close your hand, say "No!". Let him lick and sniff, but do not give him the treat. When he finally gives up and backs away, praise him and give him the treat. Repeat the above step several times until your pup figures out he gets the treat only when he obeys the 'no' command.
We start with a free consultation to evaluate and see what you need and want, then we offer a range of programs that included a year of training lessons that start around $1000. Yes, it starts around $1000 for a year of classes.