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What training problems do you have with your dog if any? What kinds of tricks do

  1. Laura Matkin profile image77
    Laura Matkinposted 6 years ago

    What training problems do you have with your dog if any? What kinds of tricks does your dog know?

    What kind of training problems do you have with your dog if any?  What kind of tricks have you taught your dog? What tricks would you like to teach your dog?   

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  2. jonsswagger1978 profile image60
    jonsswagger1978posted 6 years ago

    My Rottweiler knows to sit, stay, lay down, go home(cage), go to the window and go peeped(go outside).

  3. moonfairy profile image82
    moonfairyposted 6 years ago

    the biggest problem we have with our golden retriever is that he only comes when called when he feels like it. The best trick he knows is we put a baby carrot on his nose, tell him to stay, and then say go, he can flip it off his nose and into his mouth. amazing!

  4. Cardia profile image93
    Cardiaposted 6 years ago

    We adopted our current dog, Shadow ten years ago, so he's getting to be an old gentleman now! He does the basic "Sit" command, and sometimes when you tell him, he rolls over onto his back. He came to us with the "shake paw" trick - he would sit and hold out his paw for you to shake. He doesn't do it as much unfortunately, but I really hope he picks it up again.

  5. edhan profile image61
    edhanposted 6 years ago

    My dog knows only these tricks:

    1. Sit

    2. Lying down

    3. Handshake

    4. Roll over

    Guess it is the most common tricks that every dog can do. wink

  6. Cardozo7 profile image60
    Cardozo7posted 6 years ago

    My beagle knows how to sit, handshake and  stand up . The biggest problem which is common to this breed is to answer when called when he's outside sniffing around. I have a problem letting him walk around without his leash

  7. funnyfarm profile image60
    funnyfarmposted 6 years ago

    We have a 3 year old Aussie who is very dominant and can be very unpredictable around people visiting our home.  We watch him constantly because he will get behind them and nip at their thighs.  With children he becomes nervous and will nip hands and arms.  He has bitten my adult son when he becomes loud or is using tools that make noise.  He is such a sweet guy otherwise, but it can be very nerve wracking when people visit.  Locking him away doesn't seem to make sense because he will never learn positive behavior without exposure. 

    He knows the typical tricks: sit, stay, wait, "get off of me for crying out loud".

 
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