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I'm kind of curious about the exact definition and rationale behind the "stay" command.
I see a lot of people using "sit" and then "stay", or "down" and then "stay". In that context, isn't the "stay" redundant? Presumably the dog is supposed to stay in the specified position until released, so what purpose does the "stay" serve?
If "stay" means "wait in this spot in whatever position you prefer until released", then that makes a lot more sense, but this doesn't seem to be how most people use the term.
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