I'm not sure what this cue is called, but, the dog walks backwards and ends up between your legs and stands there. How in the world do i teach that? In some variations, the dog continues to walk backwards all the way through the human's legs. any ideas? YOu would all laff, if you'd seen me just now, trying to lure Buddy backwards, from behind him....he looked completely baffled, and naturally, kept walking around to FACE me, to see what i wanted. then i decided, i can't figure this out, HELP!! (is this cue already explained somewhere on here?) also, what is cute cue word for this trick? i was thinking, of "hide", not sure though. I like funny cues, if anyone can think of one.