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7 Easy Tips To Teach Your Dog How To Shake Hands

Shaking Hands Is A Cool Trick

A dog which can shake paws always will be popular with guests and visitors. More significantly training your dog to shake hands will not only teach her obedience but also deepen your bond.  Ernest from Synthetic Turf Dallas is great with turf and dogs, he has provided the following simple tips to teach your dog how to shake hands.

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Fetch Made Fun

A Good Game of Fetch

We asked Mike from Asphalt Paving Nashville to tell us how he was able to teach his dog “Blue” how to fetch.  Here is what he had to say.

An old school game of ‘Fetch’ with your canine friend not only helps you get more close to them but can be immensely therapeutic for your dog. If your dog has developed the habit of digging, chewing or scratching on things while being confined in the house or is an excessive jumper or pulls at their leash too much while on walks, it might signify that they are not getting the desired mental and physical stimulation that is required for them and teaching them, ‘How to Fetch’ can help them reach a state of physical and mental fulfillment.

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Tips To Teach Your Dog How To Roll Over

Fun Tricks

Dogs are capable of doing anything as long as they have been trained. You can train your dog to how to sit, lie down and hanging about. Interestingly there are advanced commands that your dog is capable of learning. For instance, you can train the dog how to roll over.

Rolling over like any other command can be easy or hard to learn for your dog. This depends on how you undertake it. However, it is easy to train your dog this impressive trick once you have the essential orientation or guide.

Maybe you have wondered how you can train your lovely dog this command. But, wonder no more. You are about to enlighten yourself on how to do it through some simple steps. In today’s article, we are going to look at tips to teach your dog how to roll over.
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Step By Step Guide for Training Your Dog to Army Crawl

Teach Your Pooch To Crawl

Army crawling is a form of crawling movement where a person keeps his or her entire body flat and parallel to the ground while legs and arms are used to propel the body on the ground. This technique is used to suppress the sound of movement. It is not merely a cool stuff to amaze people; it can help your pooch in a multitude of ways. It makes your dog healthy, improves his joint flexibility and moreover it makes him happy.If you have doubts regarding these things, let’s look into some real life examples.

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Bilingual Puppy

Fun Tricks For Your Puppy

Training your dog can be a fun but sometimes daunting task. The family dog must learn the basic commands of obedience, such as sit and stay, but the most entertaining moments happen when you can teach your pooch something funny or cool! Lots of dogs can roll over, fetch a stick, give a high-five and sit pretty, but imagine a dog who understands two (2) languages or brings his own bowl to the kitchen counter when it’s mealtime. Now, that is unique and impressive! So, how we do we teach Fido something extraordinary, like being bilingual? Arm yourself with oodles of patience, lots of persistence, and a huge supply doggie treats, of course.

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How To Train Your Dog To Sit

Teach Your Dog To Sit

puppy sittingTraining your dog to do various activities is an important way to improve his or her overall behavior.  The real benefit of training your dog to do tricks isn’t that you can show him or her off to your friends and family.  The benefit lies in the fact that the training process, and the act of performing the trick, later on, calms the dog’s mind and develops a more stable and likable personality.

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