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|08-21-2014 09:51 AM|
|wyoung2153||Haha! That's funny! Just yesterday we were training in the front yard and a neighbor came to talk to me. I put Titan in a down/stay and turned to talk to my neighbor.. I heard some shuffling.. looked back only to find Titan slightly closer.. turn back aroudn to say somethign to the neighbor again and I heard him again.. only this time I caught him as he was hitting the ground from inching forward, Haha! What a goob. lol.|
|08-19-2014 07:22 PM|
|Ace GSD||Ace is taller than my bed now and he know he is not allowed on the bed. So sometime he put his head and front legs on the bed then rotate so he can lean on the bed the next thing i know he is next to me in the bed...|
|08-19-2014 07:01 PM|
Originally Posted by Pax8 View Post
|08-19-2014 06:45 PM|
|Pax8||Oh yeah, my roommate just reminded me of something else Kaiju did with the blue line. He would take toys over and fling them as far as he could across the line, then bound over to get it and then kind of hang out/meander his way around as he slowly made his way back over to the other side of the line. I'd never stopped him from getting toys that I accidentally threw over the line, so I guess he figured getting a toy was an acceptable excuse for being over the line. He got pretty bad about it though. To the point that we would be playing a video game while he pretty much played fetch with himself for 20-30 minutes straight. Now we have the dog fence.|
|08-19-2014 06:29 PM|
|wyoung2153||Ooooh the technicalities!! haha!|
|08-19-2014 06:28 PM|
Hans has a habit of running ahead of me to get to his kennel outside. He then sits down without being told, since it has been drilled into his head to sit before going through a door.
Only problem is...he sits proudly, squarely right in front of it instead of to the side. The first time he did it I thought I had room to pass, but didn't, so he does this now-you-see-it, now-you-don't, super quick little scooting side step maneuver that somehow ends up with him giving me room to pass, but *technically* doesn't break "sit" because his butt never leaves the ground and gee, he's not breaking "stay" because I didn't tell him to.
He then looks at me kind of from the corner of his eye to see if this is gonna fly.
Yeah, it did a time or two because I was too busy laughing.
Pretty smart, dog. You got by on a technicality...
|08-19-2014 06:00 PM|
|wyoung2153||Haha! these are great. I do believe they are intelligent enough to know what they are doing|
|08-19-2014 05:53 PM|
|Pax8||My roommate and I moved into an apartment that is an open efficiency style (only door is on the bathroom) and we didn't want Kaiju going through my roommate's things or jumping on his bed, so we put down a bright blue tape line that he wasn't supposed to cross. He typically does really well with it, but sometimes tries to push it. Especially if both of us are on the other side of the tape line. He'll come over and lay down with his front paws over the line and do a combination of rolling on his side and slightly forward or just crawling a step or so forward to get over it. If I look over at him, he lays his head down on his paws quickly and looks at me like I just woke him up from a nap. If I tell him to back up, he'll back up behind the line then take a big long stretch and shove his front paws over the line again and lay down. If I'm not paying attention, he'll shuffle/roll his way all the way across.|
|08-19-2014 05:20 PM|
My girl knows "sit" very well. My husband started teaching her "sit" before we had even started her in classes, and she has had the hang of it for probably over six weeks now.
You tell her "sit" and if she doesn't feel like listening for some reason, she'll ease her butt mostly to the floor but not quite. Then she puts on her most innocent face with tongue hanging out. Cute, PuppyGirl, but no cigar.
|08-19-2014 04:56 PM|
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