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Hey all! New member here. I just wanted to share this wonderful vid of my GSD doing dog tricks, I thought it would be fun to share:


Celia is a 13 month old GSD trained with positive reinforcement. I hope this entertains you and inspires you to do alot of fun tricks with your dogs~Enjoy!
 

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Yes she had alot of influence, so i had to put her in the credits at the end :)
 

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Definitely gives me some ideas for torm...I mean teaching Wally new stuff. :)

He's probably like, "oh doG what is he looking at now"

The part at 2:20, he's started doing to the rug in the hall for whatever reason. (Who knows what's in his crazy head). At 3:56, Wally can do that with some smaller things (carry them). Some he can't do because, well, he's a little dog and catch reach/jump that high or carry some things - so I'll have figure that out :)
 

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That was impressive! and unusual !

Personally, until now I haven't seen any GSD's doing dog tricks. Lots of JRT's, BC's, maybe a few Boston Terriers .. and *The Wally* too, of course.

Keep up the good work, she's obviously very well loved.
 

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I absolutely loved this video and enjoyed it to the fullest! :)
 

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Purely amazing and I do mean that sincerely. Really great stuff.

And now for the joking part, I do need to train my girl to take my socks off (gently), run a load of laundry, getting the laundry soap and bleach proportions exactly right, fetch my pipe and slippers (oh wait, I don't smoke a pipe but the slippers will do), grate cheese and an hour later, pull from the oven a perfectly baked bubbly lasagne.

Or at the very least, not to bark at every footfall she hears outside our home. And to remember which bed is hers and which bed is mine. She gets the two confused all too often. On purpose, I suspect.
 

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I do need to train my girl to take my socks off (gently), run a load of laundry, getting the laundry soap and bleach proportions exactly right, fetch my pipe and slippers (oh wait, I don't smoke a pipe but the slippers will do), grate cheese and an hour later, pull from the oven a perfectly baked bubbly lasagne.
Thanks for these ideas!

Taking socks off should be doable. He should be able to get my slippers. He already knows how to throw them...The laundry will be a challenge LOL (and no way I trust him to use bleach - he'll make all the clothes white like him LOL), and the oven - well, he's too little, but does barking at the oven timer when it goes off count? :D
 

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It sure does count. Plume can throw too, or rather fling. She tosses off the oven mitts after the casserole is out of the oven. Wants to eat it too. The cheese (one of her favourite foods) entices her.

Now I need to teach her how to make a decent moussaka. And to put my shoes on and lace them up as well.

And to quit that darned barking. THAT is a work in progress. "Hush up, it's only the neighbors," goes only so far and seems to be a temporary fix.
 
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