Second Trick Of The New Year...stacking Bowls

Discussion in 'Dog Tricks' started by Linda A, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. Linda A Experienced Member

    I can't believe how fast the dogs caught on to this trick. They had it in just one day!

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  2. 2SpoiledAussies Well-Known Member

    Great Job! This is so cute!

    What is it you have around their heads? I was pretty sure it was to hold back their ears/hair, but I have know idea what is is!
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  3. Linda A Experienced Member

    It's called a 'snood.'
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  4. Dogster Honored Member

    Love it!!!!!!!:love: They're both so good at it!!!!:D They look so funny in the "snood".:LOL:
    Shivon knows this one too!(y)
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  5. Linda A Experienced Member

    I don't like them having to wear a snood but it does help in the beginning stages of a trick, like the ring toss game. Now that they know the trick they don't have to wear it any more. It just keeps them from getting frustrated at not getting C/T because of the ears messing them up.
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  6. Jess99 Active Member

    Thats awesome!! :D

    I'd love to be able to teach Jess things like that except she doesn't like picking things up (she wont even play with a toy or a ball ... :rolleyes: )
  7. MaryK Honored Member

    Love their new trick!!!!!!!!!!!!:love::love: They do look cute in their snoods:)
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  8. Linda A Experienced Member

    Dogs are funny, aren't they? I have two and they mostly know the same things but they each know things that the other one simply will not do. LOL!
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  9. k9 crazed Experienced Member

    I still can't figure out how they can do the beam in their "skirts!" Snoods are so nice though when you need them! I know I love my scrunchies. Awesome rockin' Cockers!!!!:cool:
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  10. Linda A Experienced Member

    The "skirts" don't seem to cause any problems. The difficulties we have are with the hair between and around the pads. If I don't keep it clipped it covers the pads and causes them to slip. I love scrunchies too, especially for airing out the ears. I have found I have to pay close attention to the time I leave them on. No longer than half an hour or ear leathers start to swell. Gotta be careful!!
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  11. k9 crazed Experienced Member

    Well that's good to know, because I am thinking that my next dog may have a flowier coat. I too am always getting after on the fur on my dog's pads. Especially the NEWF because he's so big he could actually injure himself more easily by sliding etc. besides they are sort of glass dogs anyway...
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