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How can I stop my dog from shaking when giving basic commands like 'lie. I am sure it is anxiety/attention

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Give your commands in a soft tone of voice. Do not scold the dog when they do not react to your commands. Start with simple commands like sit and come. Reward the dog by giving him a treat or saying "Good boy" and petting him. Soon, the dog will obey all your commands.

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