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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-24-2010, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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Teaching them to wake you up?

I had an idea, since I have some issues waking up to my alarm clock. How could I train my future doggie to whine and bark and pester me until I wake up when the alarm clock is going off? Only when the alarm's going off.

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one question, how are you going to train that when your sleeping??

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I was thinking along the lines of training him/her to speak, then the alarm become the command for speak. So that he/she's not really trained to bug me while I'm sleeping, but more, get loud when the alarm starts to go off.

But I'm not sure how to make the alarm become the 'command,' so to speak, for... well, speak. lol

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you would train them to react to the noise of the alarm. so, it wouldn't matter if you were sleeping or not, just have the alarm go off
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Mine seem to do that naturally...

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If you're pup is crated next to your bed, it will soon learn that the alarm means it's time to go outside. Therefore, when it hears the alarm it will get excited and begin making all sorts of noises till you get up. I've stated here before I always snooze on the first alarm. Hondo is always quiet until the hears the second alarm. Then the tail starts thumping and when I get out of bed he starts talking to me. However, I worked hard on him not being vocal when crated, so he doesn't start barking. He'll whine.
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I would suggest having your alarm to go off and when he speaks while it is going on give him a treat and, turn off the alarm and give him a good boy/girl. Just a thought. I mean any thing seems to be possible if you relate a certain action with another thing, for example, like a clicker....
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I watch an episode on Animal Planet I think it was called Super Pets. Some one wanted to teach their dog to do the same thing. They trained him and it worked. You might take a look around on the site and see if yo can find the show.

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its called super fetch with zak george good show! he is amazing! haha

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Yea, that was it
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