The Place command is a very valuable command to teach your dog. "Place" is any object that is different than the ground and has defined edges such as a dog bed or a chair. When on "Place" a dog can do whatever he/she wants as long as all four paws remain on the "Place." You can use the "Place" command when you have guests over and you don't want your dog to rush the door and jump on the guests. You can also use "Place" when you are eating meals to keep your dog from begging for your food. "Place" gives you the ability to have more freedom with your dogs. Below is a picture of Henry Placing on a stone pillar at a park.