Videos of Dog Tricks (Inspirational)

Discussion in 'Dog Tricks' started by xena98, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. xena98 Experienced Member

    Hi Guys
    Didnt know where to put it so thought this would do. Found it on another forum that I was in and was taken quite a few years ago this guy doing tricks I thought they were pretty cool anyway enjoy
    Danni and the girls

  2. tx_cowgirl Honored Member


    I must say I am really impressed!!! That is absolutely amazing. Love the leapfrog...and the balancing...and...all of it!!!! That's wonderful!!!

    Can you imagine what this guy and Silvia Trkman could come up with? WOW!!!!!
  3. xsara New Member

    Honestly, I'm not sure Silvia would be too impressed by tricks that are stressful for joints. Some of them really are amazing, but a couple of them, with "big boned" dogs - I'm not so sure :msniwonder: But it's very impressive to see, undoubtly. They are very well trained.
  4. tx_cowgirl Honored Member

    Good point--the hindleg leapfrogging looked a little painful. And although it looks very neat I don't think I would ever try the one dog standing on another dog's back(unless it was my teacup chihuhua standing on my Rottie mix's back, lol.). I know I couldn't have someone stand on my back that way. ^^ But overall I thought the ideas and the performance were great. :) I like the double-dog leg weave. Don't think I'm coordinated enough to do that without falling on my face.

    Just the creativity of the two trainers I think could result in many interesting tricks. :)
  5. maven New Member

    I'm not sure which ones you're talking about Xsara, unless it is the incredibly high jumps by the greyhound. Silvia has many variations of these same tricks already on her website.

    But yeah, wonderful tricks and that many years ago. He's fabulous.

    Thanks for the find.
  6. Jean Cote Administrator

    Love the video, I stickied your post so more people can be inspired by it. :D
  7. maven New Member

  8. xsara New Member

    Well yes, but her dogs don't weigh as much, and I think that's extremely important (far less pressure on the joints). That's just my opinion - but I still think the guy's amazing, some very good ideas here!
  9. tx_cowgirl Honored Member


    Check out Part 2!

  10. snooks Experienced Member

    How awesome...very obv a positive trainer. The joy these dogs show in working with him is apparent. Thanks so much for making me smile on this one.
  11. rockythepain New Member

    thats so amazing giving me hope also1!! :)))))))
  12. szecsuani Experienced Member

    They are impressive, but I won't teach anything like these. I can imagine their joints are screaming! :(

    Otherwise, I just adore wehat he is doing. Those balance stuff, and the multiple tricks are just lovely!! :)
  13. srdogtrainer Experienced Member

    Very impressive! I especially like how he successfully phased out obvious cues and makes the tricks look like the dogs just decided to do them on their own.

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