Hey guys.. Ok, so this is probably a bit of a silly post.. But I can't for the life of me think of a good cue word for this.. Lego is ridiculously talkative, depending on her level of excitement she usually BELLOWS/howls/sings/barks/grumbles/growls etc when she's excited, indignant, wants attention - the list goes on and on. Because of the few people who are intimidated by this behaviour, and the whole pit bull thing, I thought it might make it a little cuter if she did it on command.. I would ask her the question "Lego, are you a bad dog?" and ideally she would grumble and talk back at me. At first she'd do it off and on, but lately she just seems to get stressed and lose her brain when I ask.. She does every trick in the book and sneezes repeatedly each time I ask.. Even if I give her a hint by making the noise myself. Soo.. apparently I've inadvertantly taught my dog to sneeze on command, but that's it . I'm starting to wonder if maybe that phrase "Are you a bad dog?" is too long for me to start her out with? Is it a better idea to start with a single word command and THEN incorporate it? And if so, what word?!! I thought about using "bad dog".. The key words in the phrase.. But then that's probably just confusing for her. So now I'm stuck. Basically, that whole long deal was to explain that I need a completely new phrase/word to teach her for this particular trick, so I'm wondering if any of you clever people out there have any ideas for a funny command that I could use for this?