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    Hi all

    Think we've all got our fave compilations of dog tricks...

    I like this one, dog and handler are having so much fun. If you have a bored dog - some of these tricks are easy to train like the forward leg weaves (I don't know how to get the backwards ones without being tripped up). And the pivot around the block or phone book stack.

    Enjoy and add your own faves.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ug8s...layer_embedded

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    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I am pretty chuffed just when my dog walks on a loose lead, but that clip shows truly amazing teamwork between dog and handler!

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    Yes amazing but they all don't do that...especially the stubborn strong willed ones that you have to give them a treatie just to get them in the car.
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    I've always wanted to teach Koda that trick where they jump up and push off your chest then flip around and land on their feet (whatever that is called ).

    I've always been a bit skeptical about how he'd go with it though, he's a bit un-coordinated/clumsy :P

    Surely people must wear some kind of thick vest for that though... the pressure of the claws must hurt!!

    This has always been one of my favourite dog trick videos The tailed Aussie looks big like Koda is, he must be very heavy on that girl's shoulders!!


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    This is an old video now, I used to repeatedly watch this person's videos as a young teen when I was really keen to get my first Aussie Shepherd to train tricks with!


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    MDD - I do like those

    The lots of flip on the chest ones - looks like she's wearing a leather or rubberised jacket for those. And it looks like an extension of the flyball box turn... Some of them I've found instructions for how to train (if you didn't from little puppy) eg jump up and catch - you start sitting down (on the ground), then on a chair then on the edge of a wall or table etc. And the momentum of the dog would have to be countered by your momentum, like how to catch a cricket ball or knock big fat ladies off a hockey ball (small women have to be running flat out like the way George Gregan saved that try by tackling a much bigger bloke)

    My training group did trash a lot of sneakers training our dogs to "sit on our feet". Evil hound still likes to do it and I mostly wear leather sneakers or hiking boots now.

    I'm very fond of this video - red dog audition - but trying to teach my dog to do head tilt or even an ear flick on cue - is.. she doesn't get it - yet.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Su66nlzKC0
    Last edited by Hyacinth; 09-05-2015 at 08:12 PM. Reason: add on the ground clarification

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    MDD - I do like those

    The lots of flip on the chest ones - looks like she's wearing a leather or rubberised jacket for those. And it looks like an extension of the flyball box turn... Some of them I've found instructions for how to train (if you didn't from little puppy) eg jump up and catch - you start sitting down, then on a chair then on the edge of a wall or table etc. And the momentum of the dog would have to be countered by your momentum, like how to catch a cricket ball or knock big fat ladies off a hockey ball (small women have to be running flat out like the way George Gregan saved that try by tackling a much bigger bloke)

    My training group did trash a lot of sneakers training our dogs to "sit on our feet". Evil hound still likes to do it and I mostly wear leather sneakers or hiking boots now.

    I'm very fond of this video - red dog audition - but trying to teach my dog to do head tilt or even an ear flick on cue - is.. she doesn't get it - yet.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Su66nlzKC0
    Lol, love the Red Dog one!

    I never really thought to teach a head tilt on cue. I reckon Dodge would pick that one up pretty quick, she's constantly tilting her head and usually tilts it so far it looks like her head's gonna drop off

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