Murphy-Labradoodle, doing some placing during his stay with us.


One of the most important commands Rich teaches your dog is “place.” This command means, basically “go where I tell you and stay here until I release you.” Place commands are helpful for bedtime, for when guests arrive, during meal times, and any other time you may want your dog to lay down or spend some time by himself.

In the picture above, our awesome student Murphy the labradoodle is placing perfectly. He’s relaxing, laying down, and if you look closely you might even see that he’s falling asleep!

I bet you didn’t know that well-trained dogs like Murphy can be lazy, did you?

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