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    07-11-2009, 10:01 PM
Green Broke
What Tricks Can Your Dog Do?


I was wondering what tricks your dogs can do. This is a thread were HF members can post "What tricks there dog(s) can do" and also people can ask how to teach their puppy certain tricks.

My Golden Retriver X Black Lab "Flat Coat Retriver" Mia, knows a few tricks and I have taught her all of them:

1. Sit
2. Drop
3. Stay
4. Shake
5. High Five
6. Wave
7. Roll Over
8. Hide and Seek
9. Catch
10. Fetch
11. Fetch The Paper
12. Jump Up (On Command)

And other tricks.
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    07-11-2009, 11:21 PM

Balance stuff on his nose
Jump on command

Just the normal stuff:)
    07-11-2009, 11:25 PM
Sleep slobber and chew up stuff....Are those tricks?
    07-11-2009, 11:37 PM
Both-sit, stay, down, up, stand, heel, shake (both paws), come, sit, stay, give, leave it, spin, twirl, get around, circle me, fetch, high five, balance stuff on nose, play dead, bow, give a kiss

Just katie (9 year old lab)- peek-a-boo, back, go lie down

Just Cody ( 21 month hound/border collie)- jump, up, over, under, beggar, walk along, heel on both sides (no leash)

We are working on back, paws on me, up up, and desensitizing. I've had him since september, so he's just starting his education

I think that's all, hope I didn't forget anything
    07-12-2009, 04:38 AM
Green Broke
Mia also knows:
13. Kiss
14. Under
15. Over
16. Heal.
    07-12-2009, 05:17 AM
My ten month old Malt X ****zu X Pom has just started his second term of obedience.

He can: sit, drop, stand, stay, wait, leave it/take it, loose lead walking, heeling on and off lead, roll over, spin, stand up on back legs.

Were still working on Stay next to me, he's really good at stay when I walk away, but can't figure out why he needs to stay when I stay too!
    07-12-2009, 09:09 AM
Lick their pee pee's
Look Cute when they are in trouble
    07-12-2009, 11:13 PM
Oh, forgot to add, my pup can also break into the craft cupboard and open bottles of paint, and then proceed to paint half our laundry black using his tail as a paintbrush.
    07-12-2009, 11:39 PM
Green Broke
Vida and MIEventer, you guys are funny!

My two shih tzu/poodle mixes know some of your basic tricks: shake, high five, dance, speak and rollover.

Also, one of them will sneeze when you ask her if she has a cold. I had a dog growing up who would fall over when you pointed your finger at her and said "bang". That's my next one to teach these two.
    07-12-2009, 11:44 PM
1- Sit
2- Stay
3- Lay down
4- High five with either the left or right paw
5- Shake with either left or right paw
6- Beg
7- her own special version of roll over... where she rolls on her back, gives you a confused look, then rolls back onto her stomach without making a full revolution
8- "Hugs" where she stands on her back legs and puts her front legs around my waist
9- "up" (she just stands on her back legs)
10- "Go get your girl" -- my dad tells her that in the mornings, and then she runs to my bed and wakes me up.
11- When we had our old microwave, she could open it and put in a bag of popcorn, then close the door again. Then when the popcorn was done, she'd open the door and bring it to me.
12- I have a pet rabbit, Yuki, that she adores. Yuki spends most of her summer days in this outdoor run, and can sometimes be hard to catch when I want to put her back in at night. So I tell Dazy to "Go get Yuki" and she 'herds' her back to me.
13- When Dazy was a puppy, I had this old pony, and I taught Dazy to jump up in his saddle and sit there while I led him around.

1- Sit (for a max. Of five seconds if I'm /lucky/.)
2- Lay down
We only got her awhile ago, and she still <1 year, so she's still learning a lot of things.
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