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    Defaultso i was wondering if anyone would like to join us...

    I got this idea out of susan garretts blog. But lets all shape a new behaivor this weekend. Do something your dog does not know!!
    It'd be nice to get some pics and or videos for next week on the new trick!!! Apple, Casey and i are starting today!!



    Here's some ideas!!
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    List of Ideas to Shape ( By S. Garrett)

    Shake a Paw
    ItsYerChoice (cookies on your paws, face etc)
    Wave
    Bow
    Cross Paws in Down
    Walk while crossing paws
    Chase tail one way then the other
    Show me Your Belly
    Stretch while on your back
    Speak
    Speak quietly
    Talk (different than barking)
    Crawl
    Back up
    Jump Into My Arms
    Limping on front leg
    Don’t Peak (cover your eyes)
    Dig
    Roll Over (one way) Tumble (the other)
    Play Dead
    Moonwalk (back up while laying down)
    Pop Backwards vs walk backwards
    Jump Up & Down on the spot
    Walk on Front Paws
    Hold (any item)
    Stretch
    Get Your Tail (wrap from legs around mine)
    Take my Leg
    Where’s Your Big Butt (lay down and put your butt in the air)
    Target yourself with your nose
    Meow (lick Lips & growl)
    Dead Dog
    Pray
    Lick your lips
    Wipe your face
    cover your eyes
    In the chair
    Lift your rear leg on a person/chair etc
    Wrap yourself in a blanket
    Turn on/off lights
    “no” turn head in disagreement (do you agree?)
    sit up pretty
    Stand tall
    transition from sit pretty to tall
    Transition from tall to sit pretty
    Cover nose with both paws
    yawn
    open door / pull latch
    pick up and carry
    growl/ show teeth
    lick your nose
    go under chair
    back flip
    circle around something
    High Five/10
    target with rear paw
    Pals-put your arm around another dog
    Stand on two paws (on same side)
    Go to target & sit or down
    retrieve Kleenex
    Go-see–visit someone
    Walk upright on hind legs
    circle right, circle left
    Put toys away
    Put stuff in the trash
    Discriminate items on scent
    Discriminate items on sight
    Lay flat out on your side
    Target your butt with your nose
    Pivot on front legs
    Pivot on rear legs (turn on haunches)
    Show your teeth/smile
    In a box then shrink it down—all paws in a tiny tupperware container
    Stand with your front paws on my shoes
    Walk with your front paws on my shoes
    Walk up the walk with rear legs
    Puppy yoga (downward facing dog)
    Jump into arms
    Jump through my arms
    Jump and spin off of me
    Jump onto my back
    weaving backwards between legs
    Puppy Pretzel (roll your head as far between your front legs as possible)
    Bear Skin run – lay flat on with legs behind you and head on the ground
    Praying on the bedside or chair
    Kill the toy (shake it violently)
    Clean the floor (allow me to drag you)
    Balance on a physio disc
    Sitting pretty lifting one front paw then the other
    Give kisses
    Hand Target
    Give kisses to another dog
    Climb a ladder
    Ride a skate board
    Be pulled by another dog
    Stand with your 4 paws on my 2 legs (while I am sitting on the floor with my legs out in front)
    Rest your head flat on the floor
    Front paws up on the wall (like you are going to be frisked by a policeman)
    Hide your head under the couch
    Go to your bed,matt or other targeted location

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    fun idea....I have been wanting to teach a formal command for greeting a stranger. Just nose to knee. I thought about using lure then clicker...but never used a clicker before however I understand basics. not sure I can do it in a weekend.

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    I won't have time this weekend. I have to work

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    I will be at my first tracking test on Sunday. Might be able to squeeze something in.
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    What a GREAT list of tricks! I will try to get one in but probably will not be able to get a video/photo
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    i'm in - I hope - the big dogs are away tonight but may be back in time to do something ...if not I'll try Thea - she isn't big on shaping - it would be good for her
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    OMG! I had to chuckle when I saw "jump in my arms" on the list.

    I know not everyone has a 72 pound labrador, but I still laughed at the mental image I got!

    I need to start working on scent discrimination, doubt I will finish that over the weekend though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milesmom View Post
    OMG! I had to chuckle when I saw "jump in my arms" on the list.

    I know not everyone has a 72 pound labrador, but I still laughed at the mental image I got!
    LOL! Really! I think I do not want to teach that!

    This is a really good list of tricks, though. Angus adores learning new things. I'll pick one or two to teach him.

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    Here's another one that's just not going to happen:

    Clean the floor (allow me to drag you)
    LOL! Oh, the wrestling match that would ensue...

    I am having fun reading these! My neighbor would get a kick out of them. She's been asking me for a list of tricks she can teach her new puppy.

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