Learning the Stay Cue | Teacher’s Pet With Victoria Stilwell

Learning the Stay Cue | Teacher's Pet With Victoria Stilwell

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Follow eHow Pets for regular tips from Victoria Stilwell and more: The stay cue is an important safety cue to teach your dog. Today, I’m going to show you step-by-step how to gradually familiarize your dog to verbal and hand cues to learn how to stay, even during challenging situations like when they see their favorite toy. In Teacher’s Pet, Victoria Stilwell shows you how to employ her Positively Method to train your dog the right way, growing your level of communication to strengthen the bond between you and your pet. Have a question for Victoria? She’ll be checking in regularly, so be sure to leave your comments and questions below. Victoria Stilwell is widely known as a dog trainer, author, and television presenter. Stilwell served as a judge on the CBS show Greatest Am

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11 Responses

  1. 69irene
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    thx:D

  2. Christy Luu
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    Sadie thinking: I want that toy, I want that toy, I want that toy. Can’t wait to get my own pet. This stuff is useful!

  3. AbideRemix
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    HA First
    Lol

  4. cdbrand1
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    Wait! She lay down when she was told to sit/stay. That is a break of a stay. She changed position just as much as when she stood up. Also, maybe this exercise could be demonstrated with a high energy 20 month old puppy rather than a old, ready to fall asleep Lab. I think most folks would want to keep their dogs on leash to start.

  5. dampastma
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    Hi!
    During the training session, the “stay” hand signal was used several times during the same task, is it a risk to “wear it out” as with vocal cues?

  6. eHowPets
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    You’re welcome! Let us know how your training progress goes!

  7. Iaia Roma
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    what if your dog is not as good as Sadie and keeps following you or running away from you? How do you make your dog understand what “stay” means in the first place?

  8. DeLinda McKinney
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    I would say it’s not the same thing, because she’s not repeating it over and over like “stay, stay, stay” and standing over her – she’s doing other things like walking back when using the cue.

  9. jemaykulitz
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    thanks, eHow pets! I’ve been waiting for this training video! thanks to Victoria too! I really love her.. =)

  10. AngelPrincess56
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    HA! No one cares…

  11. 1992Nikolas
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    it would be much more usefull if the dog wasn’t trained before.. :(

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