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Universal Commands - Stay

The "Stay" command. One of the key commands that should be taught early in training.

In Border Collie Rescue all verbal commands used are accompanied by hand signals which serve to emphasise and compliment the instruction.
This is of great benefit when training deaf dogs, dogs with learning difficulties and dogs with short attentions spans.

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Full palm of hand is extended from shoulder height at arms length towards the dog (policeman's stop signal).

This command and signal are also very important to the training and control of a dog.
The dog should be taught to stay in any position it is put in. It should be taught to stay until it is told to do something else. It should be taught to stay at a distance.
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