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just tought the dog this

just tought my lakeland terrior this…. she is so clever :bigsmile:

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lol nice.

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LOL, I thought loaded fingers were banned in the UK. So, how long did it take for her to get that?

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LOL, I thought loaded fingers were banned in the UK. So, how long did it take for her to get that?

err about 2 hours i think….. she does allsorts like crawling like a commando across the room and various other amusing things :bigsmile:
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Good Dog! Smile

My dog can't do a single trick, but I love her anyway.

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Nice trick...

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BetweenRides wrote:

Good Dog! Smile

My dog can’t do a single trick, but I love her anyway.

My dog can set………….but i think that’s cause he is tired.

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adyscarborough wrote:
cone wrote:
LOL, I thought loaded fingers were banned in the UK. So, how long did it take for her to get that?
err about 2 hours i think….. she does allsorts like crawling like a commando across the room and various other amusing things :bigsmile:

So, she is a “commando” pup, eh? Time to get rid of the red harness for one in Multicam. Two hours is a pretty good tim, I’d say, considering how long it took me to learn to tie my shoes. Thanks for sharing, Ady.

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Awesome !

I just taught my male Great Pyrenees to “bow,” acting as the royalty he thinks he is.

Your Lakeland is a gorgeous animal – please post up some more pics in the “Pet/Animal Companion” thread !!

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BetweenRides wrote:

Good Dog! Smile

My dog can’t do a single trick, but I love her anyway.

Wife taught our pug to sit on command for food . . guess what she does without command . . .

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Chicago X wrote:
Awesome !

I just taught my male Great Pyrenees to “bow,” acting as the royalty he thinks he is.

Your Lakeland is a gorgeous animal – please post up some more pics in the “Pet/Animal Companion” thread !!


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We tought one of our chihuahuas to do this same trick. Nicely done! Smile

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GottaZoom wrote:
BetweenRides wrote:

Good Dog! Smile

My dog can’t do a single trick, but I love her anyway.

Wife taught our pug to sit on command for food . . guess what she does without command . . .


If a pug is going to be in the same spot for more than ~2 seconds they sit, funny little dogs. I have a pug also, just turned 2 on Thursday, they are awesome pets, so sweet and loving.
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bose301s wrote:
GottaZoom wrote:
BetweenRides wrote:

Good Dog! Smile

My dog can’t do a single trick, but I love her anyway.

Wife taught our pug to sit on command for food . . guess what she does without command . . .


If a pug is going to be in the same spot for more than ~2 seconds they sit, funny little dogs. I have a pug also, just turned 2 on Thursday, they are awesome pets, so sweet and loving.

Ours is probably just a few months older; she was rescued after being abandoned for a few days at an apartment where our son-in-law worked. She must have been abused because she was terrified of everything, especially anything long like a broom when we first got her. She was for our son while he was in college, but she’s completely bonded to me and is my full-time shadow, unless the kitchen is in use. Quite the lap dog whenever she gets a chance and super loyal; also enjoys very friendly play a couple times a day. I’ve learned a lot about love from her.

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