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Discussion in 'General Dog Training' started by Pawtential Unleashed, Jun 7, 2012.

  1. threenorns Well-Known Member

    two sessions a day, about 5min each - that's seriously it. i cut his food up into little bits and for each piece, he does a trick.

    this is a typical session:

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  2. MaryK Honored Member

    You're lucky, LOL Ra Kismet just LOVES to train and if I stop too soon, I get the 'disgusted is that ALL' look. He'd train all day, if I let him!:):rolleyes:
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  3. MaryK Honored Member

    Love his wagging tail, he's like Ra Kismet, always has a wagging tail too.:love:

    'Fraid though Ra Kismet would give me the 'hey is that ALL' look of total disgust if I trained for just five minutes. He LOVES training, would train all day if I let him, so we do have to do longer sessions to keep the kid happy:rolleyes::D

    I use some of his daily food too.
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  4. MaryK Honored Member

    Ooops, somethings gone wrong, two posts, so sorry. This computer is having a hissy fit I think! One post, along with the like, didn't appear to go through.:confused:
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  5. threenorns Well-Known Member

    i often throw in extra session when we're walking but the problem with dandy is regulating his hyperness. that's about as low as he can manage - if he gets going, that's it - his wits just scatter all over the place and he'll start jumping up and scratching me to bits.
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  6. MaryK Honored Member

    That is a problem. Fortunately Ra Kismet, though a super high energy dog, doesn't get hyper when training, just keeps his mind on the 'job' and LOL his eye on the treat bag:rolleyes:
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  7. Dogster Honored Member

    Dandy's so cute!! Great video!! :D
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  8. Caiti Experienced Member

    Dandy is adorable! Great job!
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  9. jeanniecogan Well-Known Member

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