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    Default Dodge's new trick- absolutely adorable!

    This is Dodges latest trick! :P
    She's just soooo adorable! My special girl! she means so much to me <3

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1vxZYXKuEg

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    Aww, just look at that tail going 100mph! Very cute trick indeed.

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    I love the way Dodge is so focussed on you! Obviously a dog who loves food treats
    I was expecting a full throttle bark so didn't watch it while my girl was in a laid back mood during the day, waited until she was playing & doing her evening zoomies! Now I've watched it I realise I could have watched it this morning without Misha launching at the lappy to find the barking dog invading her territory LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grevillea47 View Post
    I love the way Dodge is so focussed on you! Obviously a dog who loves food treats
    I was expecting a full throttle bark so didn't watch it while my girl was in a laid back mood during the day, waited until she was playing & doing her evening zoomies! Now I've watched it I realise I could have watched it this morning without Misha launching at the lappy to find the barking dog invading her territory LOL!
    Haha, when there is food involved NOTHING else can get Dodges attention (except my dad, she'll do anything for him )
    And i love my girls little quiet bark, although when she is hyper she does have a very loud bark (quite annoying after an hour or so)

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    Such a polite little bark.....

    Had to smirk at her trying the 'sit' and a 'drop' without getting the reward. ...Oops, that didnt work, mum wants me to bark again LOL.

    Good to see Kodas not the only youtube star at your place.


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    Love the vid, maddogdodge

    You almost have the "paddle dance" there too. the tap dancing thing.

    Frosty will do that for most anybody else with a treat. But I taught her that she would only get treat from me when her feet aren't pumping - so now I'm trying to get her to do it on cue eg "paddle"...

    I usually get quite a bit of talking with it tho. Really cute.

    And I'm trying to teach her to sing on cue.

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    she is such a polite little lady. And she looks really happy!
    thanks for sharing.
    Cant get over that... could you call that a bark? more like a 'excuse me, more please'

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie View Post
    she is such a polite little lady. And she looks really happy!
    thanks for sharing.
    Cant get over that... could you call that a bark? more like a 'excuse me, more please'
    She is definitely VERY happy couldn't be happier!
    Its funny cause often early in the mornings she will sit at the glass sliding door to the kitchen and she will do her quiet little bark but we dont reward her unless we have actually asked her to do it (otherwise we'll constantly have her barking for food).
    So after a while of this "excuse me, more please" bark, she seems to realise that it isn't working so she will suddenly do her loudest bark to see if that works... when it doesn't she just gives up... haha

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