Dog trick training is always the best when additional benefits result from it in addition to just having fun and a good time together. Teaching your dog how to operate a potty bell is a pretty handy trick. This gives your dog a way to get your attention when she needs to go outside for potty business. It can also
Teaching Dog Tricks is a fun way to entertain you, your dog and your audience. I will show you how to teach your dog tricks!
Teaching your dog the “touch” command = touching things with the nose or paw is a fairly easy and basic trick that comes in handy for many different things. It is also called “target training” for obvious reasons, because you teach your dog to target something, such as your hand. This dog trick is a good basis,for example, for teaching your dog how to
This dog trick tutorial shows you how to teach your dog to weave through your legs. This impressive dog trick is actually not that hard to teach.In my video everything looks extra perfect, because this time I forgot to shoot during the process and had to do it afterwards for the video. Mila then, of course, knew what’s coming and
How to teach the dog trick CRAWLING to your Bull Terrier or other dog. As I am shooting the videos for this tutorial, Mila is learning this new trick. So the info will come in phases. Accompany us in this little adventure and follow our progress. What you do when you teach the dog trick CRAWLING is you basically lure your dog into
DULLNESS ALERT! This video to many probably shows four pretty humdrum minutes. I made it to show my progress with the training of the bow to a forum community after changing my tactics. Maybe it’s still informative to some simply watching the process. I kept the audio so you’ll see when I clicked (with either right or wrong timing :).
Dog training is not rocket science! Here are the five basic rules of dog training – really simple! Hi all, it’s been a while. I’ve been busy lately. But there is still a lot I have to tell about the Bull Terrier breed. Today I want to start filling this untouched section of dog training with some life, starting with