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Hand signals are very important tools you can use to train your dog.

Dogs aren’t verbal creatures – even though they can learn how respond to your words. For them it’s easy to see movement – so they can readily perceive the movement involved in a hand signal. Give the hand signal immediately followed by the verbal command.

The Stay Signal is one of the commands you can easily learn and teach your dog.

 Obedience Dog Training   Hand Signals – The Stay Signal

Hand signal - Stay command 1

Hand signal – Stay command 1 – Dog on your side

If your dog is beside or behind you, drop your arm and hand to your side, fingers down, with the palm of your hand directly in front of the dog’s nose.

 Obedience Dog Training   Hand Signals – The Stay Signal

Hand signal - Stay command 2

Hand signal – Stay command 2 – Dog(s) in front of you.

If you are facing your dog, point your fingers upward with your palm at an angle that’s easy for your dog to see.

When you teach hand signals to a dog try to keep them large and precise.


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Hand signals are very important tools you can use to train your dog.

Dogs aren’t verbal creatures – even though they can learn how respond to your words. For them it’s easy to see movement – so they can readily perceive the movement involved in a hand signal. Give the hand signal immediately followed by the verbal command.

The Stay Signal is one of the commands you can easily learn and teach your dog.

 Obedience Dog Training   Hand Signals – The Stay Signal

Hand signal - Stay command 1

Hand signal – Stay command 1 – Dog on your side

If your dog is beside or behind you, drop your arm and hand to your side, fingers down, with the palm of your hand directly in front of the dog’s nose.

 Obedience Dog Training   Hand Signals – The Stay Signal

Hand signal - Stay command 2

Hand signal – Stay command 2 – Dog(s) in front of you.

If you are facing your dog, point your fingers upward with your palm at an angle that’s easy for your dog to see.

When you teach hand signals to a dog try to keep them large and precise.


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Hand signals are very important tools you can use to train your dog.

Dogs aren’t verbal creatures – even though they can learn how respond to your words. For them it’s easy to see movement – so they can readily perceive the movement involved in a hand signal. Give the hand signal immediately followed by the verbal command.

The Down Signal is one of the commands you can easily learn and teach your dog.

 Obedience Dog Training   Hand Signals – The Down Signal

Hand signal - Down Command 1

Start with your hand raised in front of you with palm down, move your hand straight down in front of you still keeping your palm Down

 Obedience Dog Training   Hand Signals – The Down Signal

Hand signal - Down command 2

When you teach hand signals to a dog try to keep them large and precise.