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My dog responds well to the​ "come" command, but not to the​ "stay" command. B. The two most important commands that a dog should learn are​ "stay" and​ "come." C. A dog that will​ "come" when called is less likely to be lost to curious exploration. D. A dog that will​ "stay" can be kept away from a dangerous​ situation, such as traffic.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Identify the irrelevant sentence in this paragraph. The two most important commands that a dog should learn are​ "stay" and​ "come." A dog that will​ "stay" can be kept away from a dangerous​ situation, such as traffic. A dog that will​ "come" when called is less likely to be lost to curious exploration. My dog responds well to the​ "come" command, but not to the​ "stay" command.

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I think its... My dog responds well to the​ "come" command, but not to the​ "stay" command.

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I agree with them. ^

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