I'm new to this forum and have an intro thread in the intro section. Anyways... I have two dogs I currently own and train. Here's a trick I've been working on with my pup. She's about 10 months old now. Don't mind my voice in the video... it annoys me. lol This trick will be separate from the "shame on you" trick I'm planning to teach her. The shame on you trick her paw will be over the top of her nose and will be held for a longer duration. I thought having her paw at her nose would be cute though, hence the "Where's your nose?" trick. Here's how I taught it: I tried sticking a piece of tape on her nose but she didn't seem to even care so I tried another method. I blew lightly on her nose, just light enough to make her nose tickle a little bit. She raise her paw and I clicked. After numerous repetitions of this she started offering her paw near her face without me having to blow at all. After we reached that point I started only clicking for paw/nose contact. Once she got the hang of that I introduced both my verbal cue and my hand signal. The verbal cue is "Where's your nose?" and my hand signal is swiping my right pointer finger down the right side of my nose. Let me know what you think.