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  • Dog riding and rearing
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    02-20-2010, 08:49 PM
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Showing
Riding my dog *rearing*

This is my 2-year old Yellow Lab/German Shepherd mix, Marley. I rescued him from the pound earlier this year, and he's the best dog ever! When I can't ride my real horses for whatever reason, I teach Marley tricks....in this vid he rears on command, both under saddle and on the ground. He shakes paw, rolls over, and lets me ride him around the house with only leg cues. Since this vid, we've gotten much better. He doesn't need treats to perform anymore, nor do I have to use the rope around his neck when I ride. If you want to learn how to get your puppies to rear, roll over, sit up, etc PM me lol! Haha judge me if you wish but it's really fun riding a dog....he weighs about 110 pounds xD. And no, I don't sit on him, I crouch down on his back and support myself completely on my own legs. Enjoy! Please suscribe, rate, and comment!

     
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    02-20-2010, 09:14 PM
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Green Broke
That is very cute! I like to meet (Well kind of meet in this case) People that train dogs! I want to be a dog obediance trainer when I am older.
     
    02-21-2010, 12:11 AM
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Showing
Lol thanks! I'm flattered but I'm not that good. Marley just a very easily-trained dog
     
    02-21-2010, 12:57 AM
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Green Broke
^^Haha! That always makes it more fun though when you have a smart dog!
I am currently teaching my puppy how to army crawl and jump into my arms.
My other dog knows:
Normal tricks-down, sit, come, heel etc.
But she also knows:
Leave it
Roll over
Jump
Speak
Sing
Touch
She used to be able to do what your dog was doing (Rear) but her hips are bad now :(

I think you and your dog are great! I love thre rearing bit!
     

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