Sims 4 Cats & Dogs Pets Training Guide

In this Sims 4 Cats & Dogs Pets Training Guide, we will guide you on how to train your pets in Cats & Dogs DLC for Sims 4. Cats & Dogs DLC adds brand new cute and cuddly pets for you to adopt and train them to your liking.

We have curated this Cats & Dogs Pets Training Guide in which we will guide you on how you can train your pets to do different acts and also some useful training(s) which will help you easily manage your pets.

For more help on The Sims 4 Cats & Dogs, you can check out our Becoming a Vet Guide and Pets Aging Guide.

Sims 4 Cats & Dogs Pets Training

You can train your pet and teach them many new commands by using the interaction menu. Choose Training in the menu and then select the skill you want them to learn.

They will need some time to learn and you will have to be patient with them. Once your pet has learned a skill, you can just choose it from the Trained Commands menu and choose the action that you want your pet to perform.

There are a number of different skills that you can teach your pet, which include Fetch, Heel, Lay Dead, Sit, Lie Down, Roll Over, Speak, Shake and Attack.

Once your pet has learned all of these skills, you can simply choose the skill you want them to perform anytime and your pet will perform it.

These are mostly playful skills and they do not modify their behavior. There are also a specific set of skills that you can use to alter their behavior so that they may be more disciplined in the future.

These skills can be taught to the pet right after they perform the undesired act. Click on them, choose the command ‘Lecture About’, and click on it.

You will need to repeat the process over two or three times before they learn about it.

You can change the habits of your pets such as Pee Outside, Don’t Bark at Sims, Don’t Wake Up and Don’t Attack.

These behavioral changes can be modified through constant repetition. It is vital that you train your pet otherwise; they will not act in the desired way in certain situations.

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