To Sit

How To Train Your Puppy To Sit

How to teach your puppy to sit

How to teach your puppy to sit

Having a dog that does not sit can mean that you and your feline friend may not get on so well, so while your puppy is young (between 8 and 14 weeks of age), you need to teach them to sit.

It’s actually quite easy than it actually is, so here’s what you have to do. If you teach your dog to do anything, having your dog to sit on command will be the best thing you ever do.

With a piece of food in your fingers, hold it just above and behind your dog’s head, so if they tilt their head back, they will be able to see it. They should put their bum on the ground and sit automatically. If they don’t, with your other hand, gently press down on their back legs to encourage them what you want to do. They shouldn’t resist at all.

Do this a couple of times while they get a hang of it, and then start saying the word “sit” when they are doing the action.

Over time, your puppy will sit on command.