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Snoopy is so cute..The speak was pretty funny. It's like he didn't want to bark.
I'm very big on train all of our dogs.

My dogs know the following, some commands sound similar but each listed has a different purpose. I am sure I forgot some I don't use open.
Verbal:
Sit
Down
Wait
Stay
Watch me
Take it
Leave it
Drop it
Up
Come
"Ahhn!" which means No
Okay
Outside
Heel
"Where's Mommy?"
Easy (slow down durring heel)
Hurry (pick up the pase)
Shake(Duncan & Buster)
High five(Buster)
Kisses
On your pillow
Go to bed
Roll-Over(Teddie & Mahalo)
Dinner

Hand signals:
Sit
Down
Roll-over
Watch me
Wait
Stay
High five
 

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At 3,75 months old Akira knows:

- Assis (sit)
- Couche (lay down)
- Reste (stay)
- Donne la patte (shake hands)
- Non (no)
- Fais le beau (?)
- Va chercher (go fetch)
- Au pied (heel)
- Bisous (kiss)

And I am hoping to teach him more later :)

By the way Snoopy is so cute :)
 

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I love the speak as well. I like it as a little mini growl, that is how my guy talks as well.

My newer dog doesn't know much of anything. He gets a sympathy pass because he has a bad leg. All he knows is:
Come, Sit, Down, Stay, Leave it, High five, shake, out, get up, get back, heel, watch it, wait, What did you say (speak), stand, sort of a roll over. That is pretty sad. He is lucky I love him.

My old girl knew: Come, sit, down, stay, stand, wait, leave it, take it, out, hold it, watch me, find it, directed jumping, shake, high five, heel, get back, get up, watch it, mark it,over, catch, lights, roll over, dead, speak, beg, round em up. I am sure there are more, but for some reason, I am not thinking of them. LOL

Carsten's list is short so easy to remember. Sit, down, heel, get up, come, starting to get stay (short times) learning take it, pretty good at out, roll over, starting to get shake. Speak, I am not encouraging just yet as he already has too much to say. LOL
 

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Je parle un peu du Français, aussi, bien que ce ne soit pas ma première langue. (Avez-vous deviné? Lol...) En anglais, "fais le beau" est "prient." Je pense...

In English, "fais le beau" means "beg." I think...

Alvin knows sit, stay, down, here, wait, leave it, chill, watch me, drop it, take it, get your <toy or whatever>, back, let's go, visit, stand, and shake.

Inga, what's wrong with your big boy's leg? I don't think I knew he had a bad one.
 

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Oliver was brought in to the pound to be euthanized when he was just a puppy. He had a leg injury and the people didn't want to deal with it. Turns out he had been kicked around a bit. he also had a jaw fracture. hence his goofy bite. He has been to the vet many times. They ruled out surgery for fear it would end up worse. He can walk fine, but he should not jump. When I take him for longer walks he will limp some. He acts pretty normal, but then gets sort of weak, in his hind leg. Hips are fine, just a weakness in the one leg I guess. He is just... Special for so many reasons. LOL
 

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Let's see, Dakota knows:

Sit
Down
Stand (on her hind legs)
Pretty Girl (Ears up and front legs folded forward while in the 'Stand' position)
Come
Stay
Leave It
Drop It
Peek (over the back of the couch, around a corner etc.)
Shake Hands
Wave

...I might be missing a few. Most of those commands also have accompanying hand signals. I'm always looking for something new to teach, which would explain my small collection of dog trick/command guides :D
 

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So far Kuma Knows:
Sit
Down
Stay
Wait (used for when we go through doors, stairs, etc.)
Off
Come
"Let's go" (heel)
Crawl
"Which one?" (this is where I hold both hands forward, with a treat in one, and he guesses which has the treat and hits that hand with a paw)

We're working on:
Take a bow
Spin
"Back" (where he jumps backwards on his hind legs. He almost has this one down)
 

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Wow- what impressive lists. you all put me to shame-haha.I have totally slacked with my dog. He only know, Sit, laydown,laydown mid-recall, stay,shake, high five, play dead,spin ,wave,wait, back and stop.Oh and he only comes when he wants to.
 

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sit
shake
down
roll over
jump
stand
come
wait
run
drop it
leave it
bring it
watch me
off
quiet
night night (go to crate)
outside
inside
upstairs
downstairs
where's mommy (a bunch of "where's" commands, kids, cat, toys, leash, etc.)
kiss
be sweet
load up (get in the car)
go potty

Two pretty important ones are noticably absent...we're pretty weak on stay (they do know wait though) and heel right now.
 

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LOL Oh yes, I guess I could add Kennel up and get in (the car) as commands mine know as well, and go potty.
 

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Lets see... Ziggy has done a bunch of stuff so this is what she knows.

Sit
Down
Stay
Off
Drop It
Paw
Roll Over
Play dead (after being 'shot')
get out
tunnel
jump
Load up
Stretch (AKA Bow)
High 5
Heel
Figure 8 through my legs
Spin...
I'm sure theres more, can't remember them all. :)
 

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My toy poodle knows these tricks and always loves to learn new ones:
sit
stay
down
come
wait
high five
shake
high five other paw
shake other paw
hug
which hand is left, which one is right
Go (nearest carpet, etc.)
kiss
Get it (whatever im pointing at)
Bed
Front couch
Couch
Blanket
Whine
Bark
Find (usually hidden treat)
Chase (usually other dog or cat, lol)
Watch
Stairs (to get on my bed)
Fetch (when it suits her usually.. haha)
drop it
come get it or here mini! (when i drop food on the floor)
in (go or come in a room)
out (go out of the room)

My moms pomeranian that i trained:
shake
jump
spin
high five
sit
down
roll over
roll over other way
Go (for him, its the next room)
Get on the bed
come
bark
growl
couch
find (usually hidden treat)
Here pepper!! (when i drop food on the floor)
in (go in a room)
out (leave the room)

My pyrenees only knows sit, down and come. haha

My chow chow knows only come. It the only command the subborn girl needed to learn. lol
 

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Snoppy is adorable! Great video.

Here are things my 6 month old collie knows. I have been working with him since he was 12 weeks old:

Shake,
Wave(still working on the cue with him, but getting there),
Head down(for when he hopefully becomes a Therapy dog, he will lie down and put his head in your lap and patiently sit there until you release him),
Roll over, roll back
Crawl(he looks real cute doing this one)
high five
Which hand has the treat?(he will put his paw over which one he believes it is, if he is wrong he will switch paws and hands)
bark
Jump
heels off leash
wait
Hold paw up
turn around
bow(he loves this one)
sit,
stay,
come,
down,
leave it,
take it,
watch me,
play dead,
he is learning to weave between your legs
he is also currently learning how to hold signs, and his leash(started last night). I hope to have him 'walking the dog' soon.

Just a few pictures of him doing some of the tricks

Here he is at 16 weeks 'begging'



Holding his paw at 18 weeks



play dead



"Take a Bow"

 

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Elsie Rae the Mutt
-NO
-off
-down
-sit
-shake
-over
-under
-heel
-fetch
-PLEASSSSEEEE fetch??
-okay fine forget the fetch
-go to bed
-ride
-time for work

Rufus the pug
-sit (he's our special boy)

Archie the Frenchie
-No
-NO
-NOOOOOO
-NONONONONONONONONONONONO
-fine i give up you win

Z the police dog
-all of elsies
-find them
-eat them
-dont eat them
-wheres the drugs

Oh i forgot to mention that Elsie also responds to the **middle finger** as "youve been bad"......that was my husbands doing....he thought it was hilarious!! you should see us at the dog park from a distance telling Elsie to quit by giving our dog the finger
 
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