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Title: 3 Simple Tricks To Teach Your Dog


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SIMPLE TRICKS
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TO TEACH YOUR DOG
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  • Teaching your dog tricks is a great way to boost
    his mental stimulation, and it allows the two of
    you to bond.

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  • The training can be fun and simple, as long as he
    knows basic commands, such as down or sit.

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  • Here are three simple tricks that you can teach
    your dog.

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SHAKING HANDS
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  • Since most dogs have a natural instinct to raise
    their paws for a treat, teaching this trick will
    be easy to do.

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  • Your dog will need to be in the sitting position
    before you begin the training.

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  • You will then need to place a treat in your hand,
    and slowly move that treat to the ground, placing
    it next to your dogs paw.

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  • Once your dog begins to raise his paw in
    anticipation of the treat, you will need to say
    the word shake.

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  • Be sure to praise your dog and repeat this step,
    holding your hand a little higher each time so
    that your dog will need to raise his paw higher
    in order to grab the treat.

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For your dog to raise his paw chest high.
The goal
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  • Always use the same paw when training your dog
    until he can hold his paw up on command.
  • Afterwards, you can switch to his other paw.

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  • After your dog has learned to shake hands on
    command, eliminate the treats and replace them
    with praise and doggy toys.

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DANCING
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  • This trick can be taught to all dogs, but those
    pets under 40 pounds learn the dance trick
    faster.

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  • When you begin the training process, make sure
    that your dog is in the sitting position.

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  • Place a treat in your hand, but be sure to close
    your hand and move it near your dogs nose.

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  • In a slow motion, you want to lift your hand over
    your dogs head next, you want to move your hand
    slightly behind his head.

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  • Your dog will then look back at your hand as he
    stands on his hind legs.

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  • Give your dog a treat and praise him as soon as
    he stands on his back legs.

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  • Repeat this step over and over until your dog is
    able to stand on his hind legs quickly and
    sturdily.

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  • The next step is to move the treat above your
    dogs head in a small circle.

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  • The goal is for your dog to twirl on his hind
    legs. Once he begins to step in a circle, speak
    the word dance.

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  • Give him a treat and continue to praise him each
    time in order to bait your dog to stand up and
    turn in a circle.

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TAKE A BOW
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  • After shaking hands and dancing, your dog will
    deserve to take a bow.

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  • The key to this trick is having your dog place
    his chest to the ground while keeping his bottom
    upward.

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  • Bowing comes naturally to dogs, so this trick is
    simple to learn. When you begin teaching this
    trick, your dog will need to be in the standing
    position.

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  • Place a treat next to your dogs nose, and slowly
    move it down, keeping the treat next to his nose
    at all times.

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  • Your dogs chest will be on the ground and his
    bottom will be upward. Keep your dog in this
    position for a few seconds and speak the word
    bow.

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  • Use the treat to lure your dog back up into the
    standing position. Once he is standing, give him
    the treat and lots of praise.

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  • Repeat this process no more than three times a
    day and soon your dog will be able to bow on
    command.

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  • Always keep training under 10 minutes per day.
    You will need to remain patient, positive, and
    calm when training your dog to do these simple
    tricks.

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  • Have fun and be sure to show off your dogs new
    tricks to family and friends!

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Are you thinking about getting a beautiful
portrait of your pet?
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An artist by profession, Miri's paintings make a
lasting keepsake of your furry or feathered
friend.
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For more info, please visit Custom Pet Portraits
by Miri at
www.petportraitsbymiri.com
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