“Stay” is one of those cues that might not seem all that critical – until we need it. A clever “stay” can keep your dog from bolting outward when a doorway opens. It can also keep him out of a room we cite he keep divided from, like a lavatory when we need some privacy, or a baby’s room if your small one is carrying a nap.
Although useful, “stay” can be formidable to teach, though creation a diversion of it and carrying a pocketful of treats can make training most easier! Canine Behavior Expert Jessica O’Neill shows us how to play “The Invisible Line Game,” that creates training “stay” demeanour like a breeze!
If your dog seems too enterprising or dreaming for training, review 5 Tips For Training Your High-Energy Dog. See some-more videos from Jessica on a iHeartDogs Training channel.