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cue word for head tilt?

Anyone have a really cute idea for a cue word for a head tilt?
It's everyone's favorite "trick" that meets Skylar, and I think it'd be awesome to pair it with a funny/cute word.

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Mine do it constantly lol back n forth head tilt all day but you could say "head check" haha for a cue word?

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A friend of mine only has to say "coconut" to his GSD for the head tilt. Works every time.
Gunner tilts his head when I say "do ya". Like in "do ya wanna go out"?
Doesn't matter what I follow the "do ya" with, his head tilts.

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Jax does it when I have conversations with him. I think it just depends on my tone.
It's pretty good therapy... If I've had a bad day I discuss my problems with him... Once I've talked about it and made myself feel stupid for talking to the dog and watched him be cute, I feel better
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Jax does it when I have conversations with him. I think it just depends on my tone.
It's pretty good therapy... If I've had a bad day I discuss my problems with him... Once I've talked about it and made myself feel stupid for talking to the dog and watched him be cute, I feel better
That's what mine do lol even if I am talking to my husband, they are cocking the head . Silly little dogs

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lol, Skylar does it during convo's with me too hahaha.
She does it big time for the words Maggie, Baseball, Beach and Grammy.
I thought it'd be cute to pair it with a single funny word, for when strangers want to meet her so they aren't scared of her haha.
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haha I LOVE the head tilt!!! Ipurposely keep talking to Stoli to see if he will go back and forth with it and I think he finally figured it out as now we're having ten min conversations jjust so I can see his head tilt both directions....and I agree it usually goes along the lines of "do ya wanna" a he knows that means he's getting something or going somewhere
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