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    Smile Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    I was watching these videos and youtube and saw some pretty cool tricks that dogs knew how to do and I was wondering what are some cool dog tricks that your dog knows
    Heres some cool tricks my doggie knows

    He knows how to beg,

    Play dead in my arms i saw it on the computer a couple weeks ago and thought it was really cool so I taught him how to do it lol heres a close up of my dead dog lol
    He also knows how to give a high five and a few other things
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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    He's the long haired version of my Jonas.

    I will use my Smalls, because she is the brightest bulb in this pack. She can turn lights on/off on command, knows speak as "Can I get an amen?", open/close drawers, bow, double high five (jumping up and smacking both of my hands).

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    Soro's a real crowd pleaser! We have an extensive list of tricks but my favorites are:

    -Getting him to deliver papers and other items to my mom
    -Cleaning up garbage
    -Closing cabinets and drawers
    -(picked this one up from watching a pet talent show) moving closer and further away from a ball or other toy, waiting, touching it with his paw, and then grabbing it when I count to 3. Though I always skip it. "1,2..... FOUR!... 7, 36, NINE!... 5, banana, 3."
    -balancing things on his nose
    -chomping

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Oh my gosh those tricks are SOO cool! I like the whole can I get an amen lol it's so cute!

    I wanna teach tater how to clean up garbage lol Maybe then he can clean my room

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Sydney knows:
    - sit
    - shake
    - stand (and remains standing until you say "ok")
    - roll over
    - spin
    - dead (cue "bang bang!" and she rolls on her back)

    I want to teach her speak and jump, since those are two things she likes to do anyway and it would be fun for her to learn. It'd also be fun to teach her to put toys back in her toy box. My grandfather taught his dog to sneeze on command. I have no clue how he did it but the day I teach Sydney that is the day I can die happy, lol. I thought it was brilliant as a kid.

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Well LJ knows sit, paw (and other paw), roll over, stay, come, leave it, paws up (on a chair), jump on the chair, down, and he's slowly learning fetch! He's a pretty smart puppy, so I'm hoping to finish teaching him fetch (as well as to fetch specific things), and also finish teaching him crawl soon. I have a long list of things I want to teach him, like jumping through a hoop, jumping rope, playing dead, high five, spin, and to put things in the trash and clean up his toys! Oh yeah, and I'm also trying to teach him beg, but I think he has trouble balancing, haha.

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Pocky knows sit, stay, down, shake, play dead, and high five. I also taught her how to scratch my back. I also trained her to scratch anything I point at.

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    Bella can sit, down, stay, shake, army crawl (crawl with her belly on or very close to the ground), lick her lips on command, open the door to her crate and go inside (when it's unlatched). She used to be able to "beg" and double high five but since her ruptured disc she's not stable enough to do that.

    She also knows a really cool trick... it's called clear an entire house with one single fart.

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    OH MY GOSH!!!!!!!! I want my dog to be able to scratch my back lol that would be flipping awesome! I love getting my back scratched!!!!!!!!!! Awe poor bella :'( what happened?

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Cute doggie!

    Here is Jackson's trick list;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj9F-V6hWUg
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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacksons Mom View Post
    Cute doggie!

    Here is Jackson's trick list;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj9F-V6hWUg
    Aw, I love Jackson! Looks like you've really been working with him, you must be so proud.

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Quote Originally Posted by kafkabeetle View Post
    Sydney knows:
    - sit
    - shake
    - stand (and remains standing until you say "ok")
    - roll over
    - spin
    - dead (cue "bang bang!" and she rolls on her back)

    I want to teach her speak and jump, since those are two things she likes to do anyway and it would be fun for her to learn. It'd also be fun to teach her to put toys back in her toy box. My grandfather taught his dog to sneeze on command. I have no clue how he did it but the day I teach Sydney that is the day I can die happy, lol. I thought it was brilliant as a kid.
    I taught Kaki to sneeze on cue. She sneezes when I run my hand over her face(from ears to nose) so that was a no brainer. The cue is me mimicking her sneeze, a "psshht" sound.

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Scary.

    I showed Wally Soro's pic.

    He did the same pose.

    I'm now looking at Wally kinda funny now...


    That's one of Wally's often-offered tricks (which is funny because at first, he HATED doing that pose, now he'll just do it like it's how dogs are supposed to sit or get stuff).

    Others of his favs:

    -Walking on his back legs down the hall (which freaks mom out)
    -Hopping like a kangaroo when I make him walk faster (which freaks her out even more)
    -Opening/Closing doors
    -Twirling around while on back paws.
    -Putting front paw on my foot and waiting when he wants something
    -Sitting on books and pillows when I put them on the floor (even if I don't want to...once I was wondering where I put the phone book because I put it down to carry a box and I couldn't find it because Wally was sitting on it...)
    -Looking pitiful (no cue yet, but I can get him to offer a behavior where he lies down like normal, but then puts his head on his front paws like he's sad/disappointed)
    -Carrying his ball/toy around on walks and when we're done playing/resting, I have him get it and carry it.
    -100' recall (someone bet me I couldn't do it with him off leash. He did it and came to a perfect front from a dead charge at me.)
    -And of course the object stuff we're working on
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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Quote Originally Posted by KBLover View Post
    I showed Wally Soro's pic.
    I think you mean another dog?

    Quote Originally Posted by KBLover View Post
    -100' recall (someone bet me I couldn't do it with him off leash. He did it and came to a perfect front from a dead charge at me.)
    -And of course the object stuff we're working on

    Does that mean he has a great recall?
    And I can't wait to start the object game with my boy!!!


    EDIT: Oh, and for the "Pitiful look" my dog's cue is me saying "Bad boy!" as if I meant it. He puts his head between his paws and looks at me with guilty eyes

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacksons Mom View Post
    Cute doggie!

    Here is Jackson's trick list;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj9F-V6hWUg
    Cute! I love the three legged hop.

    None of mine know anything too interesting.

    Patch knows:

    sit
    stay
    speak
    dance (jump in the air and twirl)
    say please (whining)
    crawl
    roll over
    sit up
    play dead
    shake
    wave
    inside (for when we're outside and its time to go in)
    hold (hold an object, but he wont keep holding it, he always drops it)
    bring me the bone

    Falcor... He's not the brightest. I taught him some tricks when he was a puppy, and he doesnt seem to be able to remember anything else.

    sit
    stay
    speak
    down
    paw
    backup

    Most of what he knows arent tricks.. They're just words I say to him so often that he knows what they mean now...

    out
    move
    get out of the way
    go upstairs
    get in the kitchen

    Judas is my smart little cookie. He doesnt always want to listen when you tell him to do stuff, but he knows what it means. In the last 2 months of having him he's learned:

    sit
    down
    shake
    right paw
    crawl
    beg
    out

    And I've never formally tried to teach him stay until last night. But the smart little cookie has apparently already put together what stay means, just from us telling the other dogs to stay when we're leaving the house. I started to try to teach him to him last night, expecting it to take forever, but the first time I said stay and walked off, he just sat his booty down until I got excited and clicked and treated.

    I'm also teaching him to bite on command.... Lmao, not seriously. I'm teaching him to bite an object that I point to, hoping eventually he'll pick it up instead of just biting it.
    Allison - Mom to Patch and Falcor and Judas.


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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacksons Mom View Post
    Cute doggie!

    Here is Jackson's trick list;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj9F-V6hWUg
    Oh my goodness!!! You must of worked with him A LOT to get him to do all that! I want to teach my dog cool tricks like Jackson knows!!! It seems like fun to show all those tricks off and to show people all the hard work that you put in Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by KBLover View Post
    Scary.

    I showed Wally Soro's pic.

    He did the same pose.

    I'm now looking at Wally kinda funny now...


    That's one of Wally's often-offered tricks (which is funny because at first, he HATED doing that pose, now he'll just do it like it's how dogs are supposed to sit or get stuff).

    Others of his favs:

    -Walking on his back legs down the hall (which freaks mom out)
    -Hopping like a kangaroo when I make him walk faster (which freaks her out even more)

    -Opening/Closing doors
    -Twirling around while on back paws.
    -Putting front paw on my foot and waiting when he wants something
    -Sitting on books and pillows when I put them on the floor (even if I don't want to...once I was wondering where I put the phone book because I put it down to carry a box and I couldn't find it because Wally was sitting on it...)
    -Looking pitiful (no cue yet, but I can get him to offer a behavior where he lies down like normal, but then puts his head on his front paws like he's sad/disappointed)
    -Carrying his ball/toy around on walks and when we're done playing/resting, I have him get it and carry it.
    -100' recall (someone bet me I couldn't do it with him off leash. He did it and came to a perfect front from a dead charge at me.)
    -And of course the object stuff we're working on
    I want to teach tater how to do that! I don't know if he could though :[ he has back leg problems(luxating patella) But I feel like that would be so much fun to teach him and to show people

    I also would love to teach tater how to whine But I feel like it would get annoying real fast! He whines enough already! He can't get up on my bed so he sits at the bottom of my bed whining and barking until I pick him up and put him on it lol
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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Jetta:

    -Touch (with paw)
    -Nose (touch with nose)
    -Take a bow
    -Shake with both paws
    -High five
    -To the side (hight five to the side )
    -Spin and Rewind
    -Ring a bell
    -Close drawers/doors etc.
    -Weave (a figure eight around my legs)
    -Weave (while I'm walking)
    -Play dead
    -Wave

    What we're working on:
    -Backwards weave
    -BIG wave (both paws)
    -Dancing
    -Speak (I NEED TIPS!)

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    To bend space and time.

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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Otto... well he's young so he has a lot to learn, but currently:

    Sit
    Down (Lay Down)
    Off
    Paw
    Other Paw
    Both Paws
    Speak (We don't use this often, he's loud lol)
    Rollover
    We're WORKING on Stay, but he has SA bad, so getting him to stay somewhere is nearly impossible. We'll get there some day.
    Kiss: He kisses you on the cheek and my fiancé's grandmother had no idea and the other day said, "Otto, give me a kiss," as she was leaving. He jumped up and licked her across the face. She about freaked. I never thought anyone would ask him for a kiss. It was her fault, she asked for it! I laughed and said, "Oh... uh... yeah he knows how to give kisses." She laughed and sort of glared a bit, you know the "You probably should have mentioned that sooner," glare.


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    Re: Some cool tricks that your dog knows how to do :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Trillian View Post
    Jetta:

    -Touch (with paw)
    -Nose (touch with nose)
    -Take a bow
    -Shake with both paws
    -High five
    -To the side (hight five to the side )
    -Spin and Rewind
    -Ring a bell
    -Close drawers/doors etc.
    -Weave (a figure eight around my legs)
    -Weave (while I'm walking)
    -Play dead
    -Wave

    What we're working on:
    -Backwards weave
    -BIG wave (both paws)
    -Dancing
    -Speak (I NEED TIPS!)
    Speak/Bark was hard for me, as Soro was not a natural barker when he was young. But I found out he made snuffly-growly-barks when we played tug of war, so every time he made that sound I would say "Good BARK!" and reward. That puny sound eventually became a bark. Try to find what will make your dog do that!

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