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    Poodles have a natural tendancy to dance & if anything I am forever trying to get them to keep 4 paws on the ground lol.
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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    Very cool with the suitcase learning.

    My BC Dallas knew all the obedience stuff (We won our only 2 trials, novice encouragement) as well as speak, growl, say hello=she would make the sound hello, wave, give me 5, give me 10, shake, crawl, find, in, out, answer the phone and we were starting count & scent discrimination. I cant remember any more right now though an absolute pleasure to train, she would learn after 2 - 3 repetitions. My Whippet has almost learnt sit after 5 sessions LOL.... I was told Whippets sit on solar power and I can confirm for mine at least thats true!

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    Well my TM's just don't do trick or even fetch a ball they think they are above games & tricks, lol.........
    But Milly can herd chooks,sheep,shake, play dead & dance among a few other tricks we wish she wouldn't do.
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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    My husky does all the normal obedience, sit, drop, come, heel, 'about-turns', etc. And all the normal tricks like rollover, shake with both paws, high-five, wave, speak, in-and-out (between my legs), 'spin' and 'turn' (spin clockwise turn, turn is anticlockwise), crawl, fetch (kind of, huskies ) ... there is totally more but I can't remember.

    And of course my favourite, and my all-time greatest trick ever, is the fact that she can READ as in WORDS, on CARDS. haha, none of my friends ever believe me until I show them how damn smart she is
    "In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn't merely try to train him to be semihuman. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming partly a dog." - Edward Hoagland

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    I've taught my dog to shut doors, close drawers. She does all the usual things, but I think she's smart when I ask "where's the butcher shop?" and she goes to the fridge and taps the door. "Where's the cookie jar", and she taps the cupboard where I keep her biscuits. "Which pocket" and she noses the pocket I put the reward in. I'm working on the "hide the treat under 3 cups" at the moment.

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