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3 easy tricks for your dog

Even if you teach your dog a simple trick requires you to have:

- some small reward treats,

-remain in a quiet,

- ideal place,

- keep the training sessions to 10 - 15 minutes,

Or your pet will begin to get bored; keep in mind when he gets something best great deals of praise and a reward treat, just be careful not to get him overexcited, or he will lose concentration.



Getting your dog to offer you his paw first, get your dog to sit, then as you state the word 'paw,' take your canine's paw in your hand, offer your pet a treat, repeat this. After several times, do not take his foot so rapidly, state the word, count to one, then take it; you should observe he is bringing his paw up as you pronounce the command if he does not go back to do so, saying it at the very same time, do it few more times then slow your response again. After 2 or 3 sessions, most pets choose this one up rather happily.


Getting your puppy to jump through a hoop before you start this one, I would just like to request you to be a little sensible and not hold the ring too high as you do not want your canine to harm himself through the trick. Sit your pet on one side of a hula hoop, get the canines attention on your hand; on the opposing side of the hoop, take a reward in your hand and provide the canine the command to launch him from the sit, at first he may try to walk around, or under the hoop, if this happens to begin once again, your canine desires the treat and will quickly find out that going around or under seems not to get it so he will soon start passing through it when he does say hoopla and provide him the treat. He will quickly be jumping into the hoop on the command of hoopla.

I had a medium-sized dog, so I started with the hoop 6 inches from the ground and gradually raised it to waist height. If you own a smaller dog, you might wish to begin with the circle touching the ground, so the canine simply goes through the ring and, after that, gradually raise it as he gets used to the trick.


The high 5, like plenty of tricks, high 5, is a development of an earlier technique; in this case, the paw trick. Hold a reward in your fingers and raise your hand a little more significant than you would for the paw technique. Your pet will think you wish to do the paw technique and grab the treat with his foot as we taught him earlier; as he rises, you state "high 5" and give him the treat. Once your canine has mastered the paw technique, this one needs to be extremely simple to learn, and with just several sessions, he will be doing it on hand signal instead of voice control.