Some actions such as "congratulations" for dogs are based on standing, so if you want dogs to learn more actions, you should let them learn to stand first. However, it is worth our attention that the action of standing has certain pressure on the lumbar vertebrae of dogs, so don't train too often. So let's talk about how to train dogs to stand.
If the dog can learn to "stand", it means that the dog has a certain degree of obedience to all the requirements and instructions of the dog owner. Dogs can land on their hind legs when their front legs are off the ground. When they learn to stand, you can order them to stand up for a long time, so that dogs will walk around in order to find balance. Over time, they may learn to walk upright.
The training method is: when the dog sits down, put the food in front of his nose for him to smell. Slowly move the food away so that it can see but can't touch it, and guide the dog to stand up. Once the dog stands up, give it the food in his hand as a reward. Add passwords and gestures to get familiar with this training.
When a dog stands, it doesn't need to persist for a long time. Once the dog returns to its original state, it should give them some rewards to encourage them. The training interval for standing should not be too short, so as not to cause damage to their spine. It is enough to train every 5 minutes for 6-7 times.