Can I do Tricks?

Teaching tricks to occupy your pet

Not to be asked in a night club

Teach your dog to cross the road safely
Waiting patiently to cross the Road when I’m told

This question was posed by a dog trainer who loves teaching his dog tricks and it got my human thinking about it. Well the answer to that is no because he …chew the human… decided it was cruel to make me want and agonise over food so he stuck to the basics. Sit, stay and come here though I do love fetch and football and never need food to play those games.

A good walk, happiness and feeling safe are key ingredients to a well behaved dog.

Keeping dog safe is key to happiness
Ted Doing the Dog Food Advert

The rest is really all about behaving and I’ve never misbehaved or done anything like chew or destroy things. He leaves food out and I never take it unless given it. I might take my own time but I always come when he calls and I’m magic around other dogs and humans. He really did make sure I socialised as a puppy and as an adult too. It’s important because I don’t know how I’d be without meeting other dogs. I live for it and is all I want in life.

Check the video

So we put those words to work when we go out walking and here’s a short video where I wait by the road, I do a trick and then at the end of the walk when we are back to roads I wait for my lead.

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Author: Ted Chewstring

I was born on the 27th of July 2015 at ten to ten in the evening. I have four brothers and four sisters, my mum's name is Piper and my gran's name was Cara. I now live with Derek in Edinburgh, Scotland and we are Thunder Buddies for life. I can sit, lie down, stay, ignore the food, look at me, touch a hand and my favourite is I can play fetch. I love chicken and will do anything for it. I love to chew string

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