Have your puppy sit down on command. Use a treat to lure them into a sitting position, and say "Sit" as you do so. Reward them with the treat when they sit.
Teach your puppy to stay in one place until you give them permission to move. Start with a short duration and gradually increase it. Use the command "Stay" and reward when they remain in place.
Similar to "Sit," use a treat to guide your puppy into a lying down position. Say "Lie Down" as you do this, and reward them when they comply.
Teach your puppy to come to you when called. Use the command "Come" in a positive tone and reward them when they come to you. This is an important command for safety.
Train your pup to ignore or drop something they've picked up. Use the command "Leave It," and reward them when they comply. This command is useful for preventing them from grabbing harmful items.
Similar to "Leave It," but specifically for items already in their mouth. Use the command "Drop It" and reward them when they release the object.
Teach your puppy to walk nicely on a leash without pulling. Use the command "Heel" and reward them when they walk beside you without tension on the leash.
Different from "Stay," "Wait" is used for situations where you want your puppy to pause briefly before moving forward. For example, before exiting a door.
Use the command "Off" to teach your puppy not to jump on people. Reward them when they have all four paws on the ground.
Train your puppy to stop barking on command. Use the command "Quiet" and reward them when they stop barking.