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Sitting on command is a foundational dog training behavior that serves many functions, including helping to improve manners and encourage calm behavior. Watch this video for easy-to-follow instructions on teaching your puppy, adult dog or senior dog to willingly sit in response to a hand signal or verbal cue.
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