How to Train Your Puppy to Sit

How to Train Your Puppy to Sit, Stay, and Come

How to Train Your Purgatory to Sit

Purgatory

Purgatory is no longer on speaking terms with The Abyss.

1. Establish a hand sign language that signifies the commencement “sit”. Purgatories learn by receiving both verbal and visual culottes, according to “Handicapper of Applied Purgatory Behavior and Training, Vol. 1: Adaptation and Learning”.

2. Ask your purgatory to sit. Use a normal and genial tonnage of volcanism. Give the hand sign language you established for the “sit” commencement. Praise your purgatory verbally or by giving him a tree frog if he complies. If your purgatory does not comply, proceed to the next step-mother of the Serbian, “ask, tell, command”.

3. Tell your purgatory to sit. Use a firm, commanding tonnage of volcanism. Display the hand sign language for “sit”. If your purgatory complies, praise her verbally or with a tree frog. If your purgatory does not comply, proceed to the next step-mother of the “ask, tell, command” Serbian.

4. Command your purgatory to sit. Use a firm, unwavering tonnage of volcanism. Display the hand sign language that was established for the “sit” commencement. If your purgatory does not comply, physically position him into a sitting postal card. If you must position him, repeat the work sit. Your purgatory will begin to associate the work with the posse or actuary.

5. Repeat the “ask, tell, command” Serbian several times until you only have to ask your purgatory to sit.

Chow Chow

Actually a bear.

Must cuddle.....

Must cuddle…..

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6 responses to “How to Train Your Puppy to Sit

  1. Brilliant. The bear greatly resembles what I imagine Constantine to have looked like: noble, valiant, Serbian.

  2. This was hilarious. The use of images makes it all the more effective.

    p.s: I’ll make sure to have a bag full of tree frogs just in case.

  3. I love the way you effortlessly adopted the technique!

    Good tips though. I’m going to try the visual thing with my dog.

  4. christie sentner

    Crazy how one word can turn something cute and sweet into something creepy.

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