My Progress!

Well as I am a VERY smart little puppy, I thought I would flaunt my "smarts" a bit to you internet people. Well here is a nice organized list of the commands I have either learned or am learning.

Actually here is a list of all the commands that my PR should teach me before turning me into advanced training.

CCI Puppy Commands(By PR)
THE DOG'S NAME is used to get the dog's attention. The dog should turn its attention or look towards you, but not move towards you. This different from the HERE command. The dog's name should never be used as a verbal correction.


BACK tells the dog to walk backwards or back up.

BED tells the dog to lay on his/her bed.

CAR tells the dog to get into the car.

DON'T/NO tells the dog to stop what it is doing. It is a verbal correction.

DOWN tells the dog to lie down.

DRESS tells the dog to remain still while you place a collar, halti or cape on him/her.

DROP tells the dog to drop whatever is in its mouth and not pick it up again.

HEEL tells the dog to move to your left side and sit beside you facing forward.

HERE tells the dog to come directly to you and focus it's attention on you until given another command.

HURRY tells the dog it is an appropriate time and place to toilet.

JUMP tells the dog to jump or climb on top of something until given the command OFF.

KENNEL tells the dog to enter the crate/kennel.

LAP tells the dog to place its front legs across your lap, resting on his/her elbows until given the command OFF.

LET'S GO tells the dog to walk beside you (on your left or right side) on a loose leash.

OKAY tells the dog it can eat from the food bowl.

OFF tells the dog to get off of something or someone.

QUIET tells the dog to stop barking or whining.

RELEASE tells the dog that it is free to do as it wishes within the realm of appropriate behavior.

ROLL tells the dog to roll over on its back exposing its tummy.

SHAKE tells the dog to place his/her paw in the palm of your hand or someone else's hand.

SIDE tells the dog to move to your right side and sit beside you facing forward.

SIT tells the dog to put its rear on the ground.

SPEAK tells the dog to bark.

STAND tells the dog to stand on all four feet without walking around.

STAY tells the dog to remain in it's exact position.

UNDER tells the dog to go all the way under an object such as a chair or table and lie down,.

UP tells the dog to place its front paws on an object such as a table, wall or counter.

VISIT tells the dog to place its head on your lap.

WAIT tells the dog not to cross a threshold or barrier. It does not require the dog to remain in an exact position as with the STAY.
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So now that all of you understand my CCI lingo, lets get on to talking more about me! So here are the CCI commands I know/am learning:
Name
Hurry
Kennel
Wait
Release
Sit
Down
Lets Go
No/Don't
Drop
Here
Dress
Roll
Shake
Car
, even though I can't jump into the car, I am learning this one, what is up with that mom?
Stand
Well that is all! I will keep all you internet people updated on my progress as a CCI puppy!

Nose kisses(PR: Good boy Andi!)
-Andros
P.S Nose kisses are not as much fun as licking!

(PR: Conover's next report will be coming to me on the 30th of this month, wish him luck and remember no DISTRACTABILITY, or less, that would be fine also!) Mom! Stop talking about Conover, this is MY blog!

Comments

  1. way cool Andy!

    Lani only really learns 5 commands. Sit, Stay, Stand, Down, and come. She also knows 'do your business' which is basicly hurry.

    your a superstar.

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