Discussion in 'Training Challenges' started by Jean Cote, Sep 14, 2012.
Great video!!!!! Kodi's tricks are awesome!!!!!! LOL, cat on chair.
He's sooooooooooooo cute doing the "head tricks" !!! And the cat above the chair made me laught!
Thanks guys Yeah, the kitty is Benjamen. He's my sister's cat and is ALWAYS getting in the way lol. He tries his hardest to steal treats lol. And then he'll look at you and I swear he's smiling! Pretty cute
Oohhh this sounds fun, just seeing this now, but I was thinking about using a chair to expand on Lin-Zee's "Scoot" behavior.... will take a video and upload this weekend
Ra Kismet's Chair Trick Challenge Vid.
Awesome! Great job and great integration between the 2 tricks!
I'd love to try this one but we don't have a chair (only armchairs) in our house. Is it acceptable to use an armchair?
I think Alf could do Ra Kizmet's trick. He certainly knows how to jump on a chair and he loves jumping through a hoop. It seems a bit too easy to do it onto an armchair though.
Yes armchair is fine. Be creative, the point is not to get your dog to jump on, but to train your dog something new with it.
We tried the jump through the hoop onto the chair and off through the hoop again and that was a bit too easy. No real training involved there. I'll think about what else we can do. Thanks
Bravo!! Rakins was adorable!! He's so cute, I just love his enthusiasm!!
Splendid Mary! Claps,Claps!
The hoop idea was very creative!!!
Here's Missy's. And yes I called her a cheater joking around because she only crawled halfway through the chair.
Excellent job Mary and southerngirl!!!!!! I love Ra Kismet's hoop jump onto the chair, and I love Misy's crawl!!!!
Thank you everyone We had so much fun with this challenge
We're working on jumping from one chair onto another through the hoop but LOL Ra Kismet at present is jumping a little too hard and sending the second chair flying. And they're darned heavy old chairs too! Any suggestions as to how to 'anchor' the chair would be appreciated. Or slow Ra Kismet down, less force in the jump, would also be appreciated. I've worked with the chairs close together, that's fine, the rot sets in when I widen the gap. He can make the jump but a bit too hard!
Fabulous work Southerngirl and I too LOVE Missy's crawl, she was being creative!
He's always like that, just loves to work and train, especially with something new which involves jumping or soccer balls
More like Lazy
"Uh I don't want to crawl through the whole thing so I'll just do half" Missy thinks to herself
"Whatever Cheater " I say
Thank you Tamara
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