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38 Cards in this Set

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Let's Go
Walk next to me or keep up with me
Sit
Put your rear end on the ground and look at me
No
Whatever you're doing, QUIT. This command is reserved for correcting behavior that is always wrong, not just incorrect for the moment. "Don't do it again in this lifetime."
Leave It
Leave that alone. Don't touch it.
Stand
Move to the standing position and stay still (even if I put pressure on you by pulling or bracing).
OK
Release command - especially for stays or holds.
Come
Come to the handler ("Come" is also a position.)
Heel
Sit on the left of the chair or handler. The dog should be parallel to the handler facing straight ahead.
Side
sit on the right side of the chair or handler. The dog should be parallel to the handler facing straight ahead.
Front
Come to the right front of the chair. The dog should be positioned between the right armrest and the handler's right knee and should face the handler.
Come
Come to the left front of the chair. The dog should be positioned between the left armrest and the handler's left knee and should face the handler.
Take It
Pick that up and bring it to me.
Drop
Let go of whatever is in your mouth.
Look
Look away from me and find the laser pointer dot. There's something out there I want you to do.
Yes!
Used to indicate to the dog that he is picking up the correct item.
Uh-Uh
Do not pick that up or that's not what I want you to do right now. This is NOT a correction. Just "nice try, wrong answer." A no-reward marker.
Go
Move away from me toward the area I'm pointing to.
Move
Get yourself somewhere else. Get out of the way of my feet, walker, or chair.
Get In
Get in house, crate, car, etc.
Wait
"Not yet" or "freeze." Stop moving and wait for another command.
Down
Lie down.
Stay
Remain where you are until I come back to you.
Place
Go to and stay n your bed. You don't have to lie down, but stay on the bed.
Up
Stand up on the counter, table, wall, door, etc.
Hug
Stand up with your front feet on my lap. Stand still.
Off
Put four feet on the floor. Off my lap, off the edge of a counter, off the bed.
Pull
Take the indicated object in your mouth and pull on it.
Forward
Pull the wheelchair, from either right or left side.
Easy
Slow down.
Get back
Back up (Allow handler through a door or narrow opening first, or back up while you're pulling on the doorstrap).
Stop
Cease moving forward, plus resist forward motion of the chair.
Quiet
Stop barking (whining, screaming, yodeling...).
Hurry Up
Go to the bathroom (on leash).
Lights
Turn the lights on or off with your mouth.
Touch
Apply pressure to an object with your paw (light switch, door opener, elevator button).
Phone
Go get the cordless telephone from its special place and bring it to me.
Speak
Bark until I tell you Quiet. Helpful as an alert to a family member or neighbor or as a signal for help in public.
Push
Nudge this with your nose (close a drawer, put my foot back on a footrest).