“Stay” is one of those cues that may not seem all that important – until you need it. A strong “stay” can keep your dog from bolting outside when the door opens. It can also keep him out of a room you prefer he keep away from, like the bathroom when you need some privacy, or a baby’s room if your little one is having a nap.
Although useful, “stay” can be difficult to teach, but making a game of it and having a pocketful of treats can make training much easier! Canine Behavior Expert Jessica O’Neill shows us how to play “The Invisible Line Game,” which makes teaching “stay” look like a breeze!
If your dog seems too energetic or distracted for training, read 5 Tips For Training Your High-Energy Dog. See more videos from Jessica on the iHeartDogs Training channel.
Millennials get blamed for ruining industries every day, but there’s one sector their providing a major boost for: the pet business. Dogtopia’s CEO and President Neil Gill joined Cheddar to reveal why Generation Y is causing a boom for the dog-services space. They may be lagging behind when it comes to marriage, childbirth, and home buying, but young people are wasting no time in becoming pet parents.