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Puppy Trick: How-to Educate Your Puppy to Harmony Objects ON THEIR HEAD



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This is a tutorial on how-to teach your dog to harmony objects on their own head.

This is not the only way to teach this trick but I will be displaying action by action instructions that will be fail evidence for the viewers.
Any inquiries for this tutorial, be sure to make in the comment segment below. Any other training inquiries that are not to do with balancing objects may not be answered.

All training accomplished in my video’s is based mostly on Progressive Reinforcement Training which concerned absolutely no psychological or physical intimidation, it is based mostly purely on optimistic reinforcement.

23 comments

  1. dear plz tel me how to train 4 month puppy for walk on leash

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  2. Our old Aussie used to do this

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  3. Thank you for sharing this, I had a horrible time finding info on how to teach this trick! I have seen several people on Instagram doing balancing tricks but they are very reluctant to share their teaching methods ๐Ÿ™ So sad, we should be sharing knowledge not hoarding it to ourselves! I can't wait to work on this with my puppy – but guess he needs to improve his leave it first!!!ย 

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  4. What do you use for reward? Your videos are awesome!!!

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  5. It could be her way of saying she either doesn't understand what you're trying to do or she thinks you want her to lie down. My best advise is watch your hand signals or cues to see if they are similar to when you get her to lie down. Dogs are very perceptive and pick up on very minuscule details of body language. Just try switching it up inbetween practicing this trick – do something else every 2nd go.

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  6. She's from a breeder in Yarrow, BC – Quite close to where I live

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  7. Wine glass was plastic – shot glass was glass but wouldn't be able to break with grass under us ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. Amazing dog tricks ! I love ๐Ÿ˜€

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  9. Love my Border Collie, I can't belive at 3 months, the very first time she seen a frisbee she knew what it was for. We went to the yard, she hunched down, I threw it, she ran and caught it, then returned dropping it at my feet. She just turned 1 y/o and she can sky catching it now. Only dog I have ever had that never leaves the yard. Loves going to my grandsons baseball games, will watch every pitch, people love watching her watch the game, many have wanted to buy her, NO. She is very LOVING.

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  10. Muy bueno excelente!! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  11. Rule #2 – Don't put something on your dogs head that can easily break. ie A crystal glass ๐Ÿ™‚

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  12. This dog reminds me of my BC. Can I ask where he is from?
    Thanks!!
    Kim

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  13. OK, loved this video too, subscribed to your channel. I have a question… my six month old gsd/lab cross is super smart and totally awesome. She drives me everywhere. I've been trying to get her to balance a treat on her nose, to eventually catch it. She is awesome at "leave-it", but when we work on this trick, she tends to lie down after a few tries. Any advice? Congrats on your awesome training vids, thx!

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  14. VIVA! Kristin Crestejo you is the best!!

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  15. What camera and lenses do you use

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  16. Thanks!

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  17. i cant wait to teach my dog tricks when i get it in june

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  18. Thanks for sharing. This is one we haven't tried yet.

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  20. hey Krissykris, i messaged u in ur youtube in box some questions please answer back=D

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  21. Cool!

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  22. What frisbee do you use? Im trying to teach my yorkie frisbee but dont know what frisbee's are the best to use! Please reply! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  23. Can you do a video on how to potty train your puppy

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