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Canine Methods : Sitting down Fairly Canine Trick



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Teach your pet new tricks, like the sitting very pet trick. Learn how with professional ideas on pet tricks in this cost-free pet care and obedience video.

Professional: Kim Amatucci
Bio: Kim Amatucci is a training Pet Canine Trainer and Conduct Specialist. She has been instruction due to the fact 2002 and been doing work with her have pets for the previous 13 decades.
Filmmaker: Travis Waack

49 comments

  1. muah ! love the vid.
    Cool, complete and coincise.
    Thank you !

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  2. hello miss ! i have problems with my dog.all the time when we go walking out she start to eat trash and shits.can you show me please with some video how to learn my dog to not eat trash and shits and to drop stuff.under stuff i mean trash when have in the mouth.when i start say drop she start to run away from me and i m gonna very sad.show me please ! every day i wash the mouth of my dog from shits and smell alot.she is 6 months old now.thank you !

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  3. nice,i am sad because i dont have a dog i begged and begged my mom but still no

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  4. this is dumb because they won't just do exactly what we want on the first try so it would be helpful if she would give tips for when they just sit there and stare at it

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  5. my dog doesit onley if he can hold me… i dont think he has balance ..

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  6. I can't even get my Chihuahua to sit XD ;-; I need help teaching her. I always give up after 1 hour because SHE DOES NOTHING BUT EAT THE TREAT

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  7. you morons expecting your dog to grasp these ideas in 5 minutes really are dumber than cows it takes practice patience and kindness do it a few times a day here and there eventually it will start to click in there head praise them when they do it right

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  8. Is it still ok if my dog jumps when I put the treat above her head like in the first step????

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  9. Hehe, gave up trying a looong time ago

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  10. I'm watching in 2012 ;). Im going to teach this to my dog, he's in agility 🙂

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  11. no problem anytime 😀

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  12. I tried to teach this trick , what my dog learn? to stay up on the 2 back legs , luckily I change the "command" name 🙂 and I have been going crazy to teaching this one. I'm trying using a wall 🙂 thank I love your videos

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  13. Thanks! My dog knows how to try and open my hand and give me high fives now also!(: You helped out a lot (:

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  14. thumbs up if you are watching in 2012 😀

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  15. dogs learn different way try, what i did is i look at her through out the day and sees what she plays with and i make a game out of what she plays with, its just she can be stubborn and lazy sometimes. Try to play with things she likes playing with and play with her see what she does and change it to a trick.

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  16. OMG!!! when i do this she just looks up at the treat, shes so lazy, what do i do that can make her put more effort into sitting pretty?

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  17. So I taught my dog to lay down on command. The only problem is when I try to teach her a different trick, she lays down for the treat in my hand. I've tried the rollover trick, play dead trick, and sit pretty. She just lays down. And now when she wants something that you have in your hand (Like a stuffed animal, or food, etc.), she just lays down at your feet looking at you. I want to teach her more tricks but she won't learn them..What should I do about this?

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  18. cool

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  19. what should I do** sorry:P

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  20. I have a Yorkie, and she'll do it if I stick my hand out near her head, but she rests her paws on my hand (I use the same signal as you) and if I pull my hand further up, she assumes its the cue for "dance" and she'll dance.. Even though the cue for dance is snapping my fingers.. What should I should?

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  21. I put it over his head but he backs up and stares at it lol. 😛

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  22. I have a Labrador that can do all this, but I have a American Bulldog x Labrador who has taken me days to master this trick and she still wont get it! I put the treat above her head and everything and occasionally she will do it and wait, but, she tends to just stand up on her back legs. What's happening? ahah

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  23. but my dog is an agilty dog

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  24. i turned it into pretty sit and my dogs very good at it

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  25. I am trying to teach my 11 weeks old puppy to do that or "stay" that way but (even though shes only 11 weeks) she understand NOTHING even though I have shown her what I mean

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  26. He has Border collies, they are the smartest dog to train. not that hard to train a border collie…

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  27. my dog stands up and puts her paw on my wrist and wants to take the treat, she does not seem to be catching on when i take away the treat.

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  28. he sucks

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  29. @Nicholaspickett Mine does the exact same thing.

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  30. Give them the treat!!

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  31. KIMINJECTION:
    Try to teach your dog no mugging, which means you hold a treat in front of them in your closed fist and let them lick to get it. Once they back away or look away, give them the treat. This will teach them not to try to take it unless you give it to them. However, there is one problem with this. Then your dog won't follow a lure because you have taught them not to. Teach them target. Have your hand in a fist with your pointer and middle fingers extended. When your dog goes to sniff

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  32. I just trained my dog this trick! well, he kinda stops after a while and/or he doesn't sit… BUT STILL I LOVE HIM AND THIS IS A GOOD TUT.

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  33. @jonvegard31 They don't really learn that way. My dog has to do the trick to get the treat because if you give then the treat before the trick they're gonna think they'll get the treat anyways and won't learn anything.

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  34. My dog knows the "bang" trick and im trying to teach her to this one so when i tell her to "stick em up" she'll sit pretty and raise her arms, but im having a lot of trouble because my dog will most of the time jump up and try to get the treat- even when im holding it just an inch up from her. Can anyone give me any tips?

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  35. @jose93aguilar lol ok

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  36. @jonvegard31 lol yes it is but i was just sayng

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  37. Just put it near there nose and pull up slowly until they follow and stay

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  38. @jose93aguilar isn't that just cruel? 😛 no, i'd rather let my dog eat, then learn him to do tricks

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  39. @jonvegard31 dont feed them for one day next day they gonna pay attention to it

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  40. @Zindiip that doesnt look normal…nd nowhere close to fancy in my opinion!

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  41. lol is that its tongue? so cute!

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  42. thats so cool!! he learned really quickly.

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  43. wheres his tail!!!!???!?!?!?!?

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  44. Wow thanks for the tip

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  45. @bellaxedward132 ok, thank you very much 🙂

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  46. @bellaxedward132 he really doesn't care about treats :S he must not like them

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  47. Can you teach your dog more than one trick a day or is that too much for them?

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  48. my dog learned it quite fast

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  49. my dog just falls on his bak

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