I was browsing around online and found the following website which has ideas on games and tricks etc for your dog! I thought it was rather cool to have it all on one website like it is and thought I would share it just in case others out there are wanting to think up new games to play with your lab or see a trick on here that you'd like to teach your furry friends.
nice website! I found this one particularly interesting on there
http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/8647/60141 (any dog, any trick?)
Thanks for the link.
Thank you for the links. I have been trying to think of more things to do inside, since our yard is a mudpit!
Hey Will I thought it was too! Which personality type is your dog? (maybe we should make a new thread!! hahaha)I'd have to say Milly is either Joe Cool or Sweetie Pie.... she is happy to learn what we teach her but she doesn't get hyper for the treats ... she definitely wants them but i've seen some labs on Youtube that are just bounding around their owner doing tricks. Milly just sits there and observes you haha .... and then does what she needs to do to make you happy and get the treat.In her book, "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fun and Tricks With Your Dog," author Sarah Hodgson identifies six key personality "types": Eager Beaver, Joe Cool, Comedian, Bully, Sweetie Pie, and Nervous Nell. Each personality needs different training techniques.
Id say Oscar is a mix of the Eager Beaver and Joe Cool. He is earger to learn and does get excited for treats, but he's the coolest dog I know!
ha! he was in some cool lake water today, and was the hit of the party at St. Patty's Day downtown. Apparently my dog is a P.I.M.P.-type personality.
must be in the genes