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Tag Archives: trick
www.sitmeanssit.com Here is a cute trick with a dog pushing things with his nose. He may try to pick it
A little puppy humor for everyone today! ‘Kohl’ is a 9 month old black Labrador Retriever.
Some dogs can do the ‘speak’ command, but ‘Rex’ loves doing it even with a toy in his mouth!.
Teach your dog to do a very high, high five.
Ever wonder how people get a dog to walk on just his back legs?
If you take a toy or object and twirl it over your head
In this dog training video we show you a fun thing to do if your dog already knows how to bounce.
Here is a fun trick of having your dog jump through your legs performed by Sit Means Sit 15 year old trainer Mackenzie Aeberli.
Here is a fun thing to try if you are bored.
Here is a fun trick as performed by some of our trainers at the 2010 ‘Main Event’ for Sit Means Sit dog training franchise business owners.
Sit Means Sit Boston dog trainer Dave Skoletsky asks his dog the important question if he’d rather be a New York Yankee fan, or be dead.
Toni Drugmand from our Sit Means Sit location in Phoenix Arizona, shows some insight on how she taught her little dog ‘Stuff’ to lift his leg on command.