After turkey dinner we figured it was time to do some tricks :). Yes poor dog was doing tricks fulls of turkey.. oye! Thus the sleepy spin/dance dance and half-assed hup! lol. She did her best though! Good little girl! ^_^
Sorry about how dark it turned out :(

left/right - she lifts the leg when you say it
watch - her eyes stay focused on yours till you say ok.
most of these she can do by visual instead of verbal commands.

missing - better hup tricks, back it up, wait, hide and seek and walk on the ball.

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Comment by Mr.Poncho on November 25, 2009 at 2:08am
very very cute & love the music as well!!
Comment by Gail's Lil' Gizmo on October 9, 2008 at 9:21am
Hey Roxy.. loved the video.. what a smart dog!! I put pictures of Yogi on our site.. he is precious.
Comment by Lisa P from WV on May 7, 2008 at 11:52pm
Great tricks...Daisy does not want to do tricks so much! She will sit, stay, down, sit pretty (a little). Our mutt Chappie, he caught on so quick. I've been told that corgis can be stubborn. She is for sure...but very very sweet! Lisa P from WV
Comment by Karen & Bailey on April 21, 2008 at 10:45pm
what a smarty pants!
Comment by Avyon on January 3, 2008 at 10:42pm
When we took her to pup kindergarten we were taught to give her treats by holding them onto our chest to bring the pup to you and develop a bond with her/teach her that it was coming from us and not our hand lol Well one thing led to another and her being small she started jumping up a little bit for it.
So after a while of making sure she was bonded I started saying 'hup' whenever she jumped but also realizing that she liked to jump we found that two things work best with this. 1. use your couch or something you allow your dog to jump up on.. and just say 'hup' everytime they jump. 2. if they're not allowed on furniture use outside things like a fallen log or a little ledge like how sidewalks sometimes have concrete siding if its on a hill.

To do the arms one we started with a toy that she liked and got on one knee, holding the toy a little too high for her reach and saying hup over and over. When she jumped we scooped her with one arm and allowed her to reach the toy.. teaching her it was safe to jump up. Eventually from there the toy vanished and we started bending over and slowly moved up to see how far she would go hehe.

for other items to hup up to it was just a matter of figuring out what motivated her. eventually she just did it on command so now if its not a person's arms, if you move your hand over something that she can jump up to and go 'hup' she'll do it.
Comment by Avyon on December 14, 2007 at 7:03am
You'll get it :) Thats what we did, chugged away every night for 15 min. (yay puppy ADD) Now we've gotten lazy and kinda do stuff every now and then cuz we just wanna play haha.
Comment by Arlette on December 11, 2007 at 11:25pm
wow!!!! what a good dog. . . i can't get blaze to roll over to save my life - and with the "gun" trick - he EATS the gun!! LOL!! oh well, he's only 9 mos old, we'll just keep working on it. . .
Comment by Cindi on December 11, 2007 at 12:23am
That's awesome!!!! I don't get to train a lot of those tricks in class cuz we don't have time. She's doing a great job! Next vid you'll have to show us the rest of the cool stuff she does!
Comment by Avyon on December 8, 2007 at 5:10pm
Hehe thanks :) She tries her hardest hehe! ok... well not full of turkey.. but yah know ;)
Comment by Sam Tsang on December 8, 2007 at 1:12pm
That was sweet :) Thanks for sharing! We've also taught ours to obey "visual" commands as well!

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