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    I have my Westie learning many commands. I have the usual, sit, stay, come, drop. For fun I have him playing dead when I point my finger like a gun and say "chk chk boom".

    What are your favorites to do?

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    Having Pugs, any command they finally decide to follow is great. My guys will occassionaly sit... sometimes shake hands..... they'll go to bed when I say its bed time and they'll head for the kitchen when I say its dinner time.

    Apart from that though, Pugs aren't really fabulous are following commands...they prefer to think of me as their slave instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Having Pugs, any command they finally decide to follow is great. My guys will occassionaly sit... sometimes shake hands..... they'll go to bed when I say its bed time and they'll head for the kitchen when I say its dinner time.

    Apart from that though, Pugs are really fabulous are following commands...they prefer to think of me as their slave instead.
    Cute dogs and you are still the master. Cats have slaves.

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    we have JellyBean sitting, dropping, down, out, scabdog (when she is watching kids or us eat), shake hands, and on your bed, stay.....
    She has also learnt hand signals for alot of these. She is so clever!
    I LOVE the chick chick boom one though... May have to borrow that i think lol

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    Nah, cats and Pugs have slaves.
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    We just do 'bang' with hand pointed like a gun for Lop,also the usual,sit,drop,high 5,shake, hang 10 and touch . These are all words now but were hand cues at first - high five and hang ten still are.

    I'm just amusing myself with the thoughts of Anne teaching the Pugsters
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