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    Josie can "high five" "roll over" "speak" (which is just a single bark) "say hello" (higher pitched soft bark then lower pitched) "kiss mummy" (she'll come and lick me) "kiss daddy" (goes and licks my partner) as well as all the basic sit, stay,lay down comands

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    My dog Sparky can jump through my arms when I make a hoop (and actually really loves doing it, it's like a fun game for him), and he can ride on a skateboard. He is still learning with the skateboard though, he can push off at the start, but is still getting the hang of pushing himself further when he is moving but slowing down. He's getting it well enough though. He knows lots more, but those are my favorites.

    My older dogs Deedees best trick is roll over and shake. Both get delivered in the cutest manner (she gets extremely excited and bouncy when clicker training, it's so cute, I haven't bothered to do anything about it)

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    We taught Angus instead of jumping up to do a meerkat impersonation. We say "Meerkat" and click above his head and he balances on his back legs like a meerkat, its very cute! He also kisses us when you say kiss as well. He shakes as well and then you say "change" and he changes paws this can go on for about 1/2 an hour he loves it LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeSpark View Post
    My dog Sparky can jump through my arms when I make a hoop (and actually really loves doing it, it's like a fun game for him), and he can ride on a skateboard. He is still learning with the skateboard though, he can push off at the start, but is still getting the hang of pushing himself further when he is moving but slowing down. He's getting it well enough though. He knows lots more, but those are my favorites.

    My older dogs Deedees best trick is roll over and shake. Both get delivered in the cutest manner (she gets extremely excited and bouncy when clicker training, it's so cute, I haven't bothered to do anything about it)
    How did you train your dog to ride the skateboard? I love it when I see dogs doing that and have always wondered how you train them to do it?

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    Tricks my dog Luke know:

    Sit
    Drop
    Stand
    Roll over
    "Bang" - play dead
    Spin
    Hi-five
    Shake
    Wave
    "Bark" - on command
    "legs" - comes around behind me and stand between my legs
    "Back-up" - walks backwards a few steps
    "Rubbish" - picks rubbish up off the ground and puts it in the bin
    "Go to Andrew" - Goes and finds my partner, wherever he is in the house.
    "go pose" - puts front paws on the chair and rests his head between his paws.
    "treaddie" - walks on the treadmill
    "paws" - puts paws up on something, eg on the bar on the treadmill, therefore walking like a person

    I can't ermember any others at the moment...

    oh and he's also in the process of learning to close the dishwasher, but still in the learning phase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loz View Post
    How did you train your dog to ride the skateboard? I love it when I see dogs doing that and have always wondered how you train them to do it?
    It's a long process with lots and lots of steps. You basically start with a non-moving skateboard and reward them simply for looking at it, then walking towards it, then touching it, the standing on it (it's critiical it doesn't move at this point or all will be ruined) and so on. It would take a while to explain how to do it and it would be near impossible unless done in person.

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