Dog Hand Signals Chart

Dog Hand Signals Chart

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Dog Hand Signals Chart

Sit: Start palm-out at leg and moves up as if to touch your shoulder. Down: Start palm-out at shoulder and moves down towards floor ending palm-down. Stand: Start palm-out at the side of the hip and moves straight backwards (like an invitation to enter motion). Stay: Palm-out stretch in front of dog.
Sit: Start palm-out at leg and moves up as if to touch your shoulder. Down: Start palm-out at shoulder and moves down towards floor ending palm-down. Stand: Start palm-out at the the hip, moves straight backwards (like an invitation to enter motion). Stay: Palm-out stretch in front of dog.
Start with your dog standing in front of you. Hold a piece of kibble in your fingers and, starting with your hand at your side, bring it up slowly, folding your arm as if you were going to toss something over the same shoulder. Do this slowly, bringing the kibble past your dog's nose. Say “Sit” at the same time.
A great way to start is by deciding on a set of hand signals you are going to use with your dog and make sure everyone that interacts with him knows those cues.
If you adopted a new puppy recently, you probably need some pointers on getting your new furry friend to learn commands. So talk with your hands! While tiny.

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