It’s that time of year again! Halloween is coming and we are celebrating with the Second Annual Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop. BIG THANKS to Jodi, Felix, and Kolchak of Kol’s Notes for partnering up with us to host this great hop for the second year in a row!

Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop 2016 - Hosted by Kol's Notes and Beagles & Bargains

The Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop is a sponsored by Caru Pet Food, Nature’s Logic, and The Honest Kitchen. The opinions and ideas in this post are my own and are uninfluenced by any other person or business. The individual sponsors are responsible for their giveaway prizes including shipping.

How does the Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop work?

Today (October 20), 15 amazing pet bloggers will each post a dog trick tutorial or offer tips for trick training. Each one is unique, so be sure to check out them all!

When you visit each new blog, you will find a new chance to enter to win a portion of nearly $600 in prizes on top of a new trick tutorial. This year’s prizes are awesome and include high quality dog treats from our sponsors Caru Pet Food, Nature’s Logic, and The Honest Kitchen as well as a $300 PetSmart Gift Card that was funded by all the participating blogs! Visit each and every blog for more chances to win!

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Luna celebrates Halloween with the Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop!

How to Turn Bad Habits Into Dog Tricks

We all have bad habits; even are seemingly perfect dogs do. Maybe it’s jumping at a house guest. Maybe it’s barking at the door bell ringing. Maybe it’s digging holes. Or maybe it’s constantly stealing socks. I bet you they are there. And if not… want to trade dogs? Just kidding!

Luna’s two biggest vices are barking at unattended food (Hey, you gonna eat that?) and jumping when she is overly excited. I love my little Beagle mix, but I don’t love when she jumps up and steals a slice of pizza out of a house guest’s hand (True story).

Luna gets a little goofy during a dog trick training session.

I fought back against her bad habits, but associating them with trick commands.

Why would you want to turn bad habits into tricks? They are bad after all, right?

First, teaching a dog a new trick based on something they naturally do is about 10 thousand times easier than training something that is completely brand new. Not all dogs need to be super tricksters, but it’s not a bad idea to build a small arsenal of tricks for your dog.

Practicing (and nailing) dog tricks is a good relationship building activity and great confidence booster for dogs. Both of these things are SUPER helpful if you happen to be combating separation anxiety.

Second, by associating a normally unacceptable behavior with a command you are providing your dog an outlet to still do the behavior, but only when you are ready for it. It also opens up the door for an opposite command such as “Quiet” or “Off”.

So that’s why I taught a Beagle “Speak”.

Since learning this trick, Luna barks a lot less frequently at my half eaten dinner plate. She also actually listens when I ask her to be quiet. But a dog still has to bark sometimes, so we do it for treats and when I can’t find her (because I accidentally locked her out of the bedroom).

For her jumping, we taught Luna “High Five” and “Gimme Ten”. It still gives her an outlet to exhibit excitement, but by channeling her energy into these tricks, she jumps only when I’m not holding a slice of pizza and am ready for it. Another good trick option for jumping is “Touch“.

To turn a bad habit into a dog trick, try identifying the triggers or situations that cause your dog to exhibit the behavior. Create an isolated version of the situation (leave a small bit of food out, ring the door bell) that you have complete control over. When your dog performs the desired behavior, show a hand signal and say a verbal command that you want to associate with that behavior. Then praise, praise, praise.

Now you’ve turned what would normally be a bad experience into a positive one!

Luna prepares for a "High Five" during the Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop!

Be patient. It won’t happen right away and may take many small training sessions until you get it right. Repetition and positive reinforcement (through treats and praise) will help them recognize the behavior and repeat it on their own without the old trigger.

Keep training sessions small and always end on a positive note. If you notice your dog is starting to get tired or frustrated, then switch over to a trick you know they will get and reward!

Don’t forget to revisit old tricks often to keep them fresh!

For more trick training tips, visit our post on Tips to Teach Your Dog a New Trick!

And Now For the Giveaway Treat!

This year we have three great prize packs and each one is stocked full of super high quality, delicious dog treats (at least according to Ralph and Luna). Both Caru and Nature’s Logic have graciously provided us with high reward meaty nuggets that will be sure to get your dog’s attention.

Plus, The Honest Kitchen are sponsoring a prize pack with a wide assortment of treats including Quickies, which are my favorite low-calorie, super smelly training treat to use with both Luna and Ralph!

And it doesn’t even end there! Our Grand Prize is a $300 Gift Card to PetSmart. Just imagine all the treats THAT could buy.

GRAND PRIZE:

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$300 Gift Card to PetSmart

SECOND PRIZE:

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14 bag assortment of Caru’s Soft ‘n Tasty Baked Bites and Baked Bars
$100 VALUE – SPONSORED BY CARU

THIRD PRIZE:

Nature's Logic Prize Pack - Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop

1 bag of canine beef lung treats + 1 bag of canine beef liver treats
+ 1 bag of canine beef tendon treats

$80 VALUE – SPONSORED BY NATURE’S LOGIC

FOURTH PRIZE:

The Honest Kitchen Prize Pack - Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop

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$72 VALUE – SPONSORED BY THE HONEST KITCHEN

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Blogs To Visit For More Chances to Win!

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Beagles & BargainsHeart Like a DogSarcastic Dog
A Dog Walks into a BarIt’s Dog or NothingTails from the Road
ChiPetsMy Dog LikesThe Broke Dog
Dog Mom DaysMy GBGV LifeWag ‘n Woof Pets

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  • ehnen6

    I used a similar method, works really well.

    • beaglesbargains

      That’s great to hear!

  • April Hurley

    I think teaching your dog what you WANT him/her to do is such a great way to redirect them to doing something positive and engaging. Thank you for these great tips and ideas!

    • beaglesbargains

      Absolutely agree!

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  • Linda

    We haven’t taught my dog to speak yet but should!

    • beaglesbargains

      Definitely! Let us know how it goes!

  • Rachel Davis

    she does “speak” sometimes and we always get so excited when she does because it’s so cute but i don’t think she knows the command “speak”

    • beaglesbargains

      Aww too cute!

  • Luna can have my pizza – she is too cute! Ruby sort of knows speak, but it’s not consistent – thanks for the inspiration to keep practicing!

    • beaglesbargains

      Luna is funny. She’ll only do it if you have a treat in your hand or she’s lost. It’s like she knows the command, but also knows not to do it unless it’s really necessary.

  • Linda Szymoniak

    I’ve been trying to get my three rescued Treeing Walker Coonhounds to speak on command, but so far – no luck. They are barkers and I read that teaching them to speak on command is a good way to stop that. I’ll have to try your tips, since so far we’ve had no luck. Luna is just so cute!

    • beaglesbargains

      It’s definitely helped for us! Keep practicing!

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  • Theresa Spaid

    Shunta and my new furbaby Bandit know how to sit. Shunta shakes hands also.

  • Candice

    One of my dogs can speak. They can both sit, shake, lay down, and (sometimes) roll over too. πŸ™‚

  • Elena

    My dog doesn’t speak, but he can shake hands (or paws)

  • Amy Heffernan

    Nope mine does not speak but he can fetch my slippers! πŸ™‚

  • Amanda Patterson

    Mine doesn’t do speak but she does do high-five! We have never used the idea of turning a bad behavior into a trick though

  • Jen Longhurst

    Jasper Zen knows speak and jump! Along with 100 more tricks!

  • Caitlyn Orr

    Mine doesn’t know speak but it would be a great trick to teach him since he talks so much anyways.

  • Natalie

    My dog knows how to high five but does not know how to jump or speak yet. We put our hand out and say “shake”.

  • Melissa S

    These are great tips. I have a very stubborn 9 month old chihuahua. She knows how to sit but is resistant to any other tricks.

  • So many fun ideas for tricks! I can’t wait to read more!

  • Heather W

    What a great reason to teach speak. I had always wondered why to teach that command. Ours doesn’t speak, but she is amazing with “Come.” I have never used this method before, but it sounds like a great way to put a spin on a “bad habit.” We’ve taught our skills with treats and positive reinforcement.

  • Cheryl Chervitz

    My two boys, Junebug and Cain, don’t speak, but they can sit and shake.

  • Allison Hoffman

    My Malamute howls when told to speak πŸ™‚

    • beaglesbargains

      Aw! I haven’t been able to get Luna to howl on command yet. It’s a work in progress!

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  • Ellie

    she will speak if we howl at her!

  • Emily Endrizzi

    The only tricks my dogs know is sit. I’m motivated to work on turning some of their bad behaviors into tricks now, though!

  • Layla very seldom makes a sound and when she does its a moan to get under the covers with me

  • SGilbert

    Schooner is our talker and we call it back talking..Schooner say Nooooo! All the time so I say Mama say Mama….not working!

    • beaglesbargains

      Luna is also know to do a bit of back talking as well πŸ˜‰

  • sandy weinstein

    my oldest knows lots of tricks, she was a very fast learner, the 2 younger girls know a few, it takes time and being consistent to train to do tricks. my oldest could prance, roll over and play dead, dance, shake, etc. the 2 younger girls just do the normal ones, except the youngest can talk and curl up her lip

  • Jordan

    My dog will speak!

  • Mary

    My dog definitely barks but doesn’t know the speak command yet…

  • Linda

    Luna is so cute! I must try this soon with my two barkers!!! Hope it works..thanks!

  • Starla

    What a cutie and how hilarious that Luna barks at unattended food! My big baby, Bentley does know a few tricks. He can speak and he shakes of course, can even play dead!

  • Vondrook4

    My dog barks at any noise, so it may be difficult since she get’s so defensive, but it’s worth a try!

  • Amy A

    One of my previous dog barked at unattended food my current two just stare like the can will the food to fall on the floor. Nala barks at everything too so maybe speak will a good command for her now Cody only barks when Nala barks so it would probably be a chain reaction.

  • Carolyn

    My dog doesn’t know this trick. However, she is very quiet & not a barker. She will give a single warning bark if UPS knocks on the door. But I can go days or weeks without hearing her bark.

  • Mary W

    My dogs do not know any tricks. I like the video you made. Luna is a sweetie!

  • Tenacious Little Terrier

    I just taught this to Mr. N recently! It was hard because he doesn’t bark much.

  • Jessica B Gibson

    Ossian knows how to speak on command. However he does not know how to “hush” on command! once he starts talking…he just keeps talking.

  • Susan Pertierra

    The only dog I trained was for a 4H project many, many years ago, but I used the same repetition, praise and treat method. I have trained my cats though to fetch and jump up on something with the word Up.

  • brandi hawn

    my dog loves to do this trick. we didn’t teach it to him really he’s just always done it πŸ™‚

  • Debbi Horseman Powers

    I trained my Labs to sit and wait for their pizza crust and to not go out an open door. My new Golden has learned about the open door but not the pizza yet.

  • Anne-Marie Tvete

    Would love to try to use this to redirect him when he barks when someone knocks at the door He is a rescue and barks at most unusual noises.

  • Amanda Yantos

    I love that first picture of Luna, so cute! I’ve kind of taught Khloee to speak because she doesn’t bark often and when she does, it’s super cute LOL.

  • Rust

    Our dog doesn’t know this trick.

  • Patricia Brousseau Caradonna

    Great article. My dog does not speak on command. She does turn around in circles when we ask her if she wants to go out and she gives a few barks too!

  • steve weber

    My dog knows one trick and one trick only… how to sleep. lol.

  • alicia szemon

    Your dog is so cute! My dog does the same thing: barks too much and gets too excited and jumps on people. I did the exact thing you did. I taught my dog to speak. It is so funny! My dog is boxer/beagle mix(:

    • beaglesbargains

      Nice! And yay for beagle mixes!!

  • LyricInTime2803

    No my dogs don’t know speak (though they know a lot of other tricks!)

    • beaglesbargains

      Oh which ones?!

      • LyricInTime2803

        They know the usual sit, shake, lie down. They spin, back up, wave, high five, dance, touch, play dead. They can close doors, and push buttons. They know leave it very well, which isn’t normally a trick, but I can line their feet while laying down with treats and they’ll leave it till released. Wager will perch on just about anything. Shiloh can put his toys away, and can even ” go bowling”- I had a set of kids bowling pins, and taught him to push a ball with his nose to knock them down. They both enjoy learning new tricks, though they’ve taken a background to “sports” training. Shiloh competes in agility, and Wager will be ready to compete soon. They both also train in nosework, herding, and barn hunt (Shiloh has competed in barnhunt, and has his novice title). I’d like to get them into Rally. Shiloh especially would do well in that since he can already do most of the exercises, but he’s so excited that he can’t do them without barking. Maybe learning to speak will help!

  • Steven Shepherds

    My older dogs knows the tricks but I still need to teach them to my younger dog. Especially the speak trick, since she likes to bark quite a bit. lol

  • Will G

    My dog does not.

  • Annamarie Voss

    He does not know this trick, his only tricks are sit, shake and get your pillow.

  • Annabellainla

    My dogs don’t know any tricks

  • Carol Roberts clark

    my dog doesnt know this one i wish he did

  • Daniel Scott

    My dog rarely barks so it is hard to teach him the speak command.

  • aecharlebois

    My 7 year old golden does NOT bark, thankfully. Can’t stand when a dog barks nonstop. If he barks, it’s usually because of people that aren’t supposed to be near our house. I wouldn’t ever teach him “speak” or any dog for that matter. Unless it actually helped to curb the random barking. Gavan, my golden, does however know shake and gimme five.

    • beaglesbargains

      Well.. it has been very helpful for us.

  • Molly Pitcher

    One of my dogs can bark on command and I regret teaching him this.

  • Maryann Royster

    both of my pups speak, they were barking anyway, we said speak and shoved a treat in their mouth.

  • Aaron

    Rolly knows no tricks. He is my dumb dumb friend.

  • I’m entering to win the gift card for my sister, who is a cat lady! I’m
    not sure her cats know any tricks, beyond driving her crazy.

  • Jan K, Wag N Woof Pets

    Speak is something I have definitely wanted to work on, but haven’t gotten to yet.
    Hmmm…Luke’s worst habit is counter surfing, which we’ve never really worked on either, other than saying “off” which has done virtually no good. I like this approach and will have to give it a try.

  • Christine Aiello

    Coco knows high five, but I can’t get her to give me ten. I’ve tried many times. She doesn’t know speak either. I need to try working on that one.

    • beaglesbargains

      Luna is a jumper, so I think that’s why gimme ten works! That’s what I built off of at least.

  • Rachel Griesmer

    My dog doesn’t know any tricks. We’ve worked with her in the past but she just doesn’t get it.

  • Barrie

    I love the idea of turning an undesirable behavior into a command to lessen the behavior one doesn’t like! Our dog is praised when he barks but we can’t get him to bark on command!

  • Jenn Gren

    My dog knows ‘speak’ and also ‘whisper’ where she barks softly πŸ™‚

    • beaglesbargains

      Oh that sounds too cute!

  • I love the idea of starting from a bad behavior. Charlie has occasional issues with barking when he goes outside and jumping on new guests, but I never thought about trying to isolate the situation to turn the actions into a trick. Love these photos of Luna by the way!

  • usnamom2014

    My shelties know a lot of tricks but not this one,

  • Jodi

    Love how excited she gets when you ask her to speak. I wish Delilah would just bark at our food, we could never set a plate down on a coffee table, that girl would gobble it right up!

    • beaglesbargains

      I think she barks because she has an internal struggle. She really really wants to eat the food, but knows she isn’t supposed to.

  • Mallory H.

    They do not know – although they do it often without an order πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    • beaglesbargains

      Fair enough πŸ™‚

  • My dog doesn’t know any tricks. She’s a diva and just says why bother.

  • Thomas Murphy

    My dog does not know the trick.

  • No, my dogs do not know this trick. However, my older girl does speak on her own when she really wants something like going outside, feed me, give me a treat. She sounds like this: arrrwowww

  • Jamie Williams

    My doggy does know this trick but I taught it a little differently.

  • lori b

    no my pooch does not know this trick

  • michelle tremblett

    Our boy doesn’t know this trick, He just has no interest in entertaining us πŸ™‚

  • Wendi Watson

    WHEN you say go for a walk she will go get her leash

  • Kelly Tupick

    No my dog does not know this trick, i tried but could never get her to do it on command.

  • Christy Gordon-Graham

    We taught our pup how to turn a bad habit into a trick and now she doesnt jump up on ppl anymore πŸ™‚

  • EdyeNicolesMakeup

    My Labrador used to sit, come, and run on demand. Hopefully that counts, haha!

  • Nancy Burgess

    No our dogs don’t know this trick.

  • Kelly McGrew

    no, my sister’s dogs don’t know this, they aren’t as smart as your dog!! they will just sit when they want a treat!

  • Laurie Nykaza

    Our 3 dogs do not know this trick and they are well behaved from going to dog school

  • Kaitlin

    This helped so much, thank you!

  • Julie Murphy

    I have one who can and 2 can’t

  • Yes YoYo speaks but gets carried away sometimes lol . Love the treat idea to see if that stops the over excitement !

  • Laurajj

    Ours do not speak like that….but they sure do bark. πŸ™‚ I would love to teach them to speak too! I have to try this! Ours do sit on command…well sometimes πŸ™‚

  • Sue

    My Beagle mixes do bark lot but digging is a bigger problem. We’re still working on the barking by whispering so they have to listen harder and turning our backs to get their attention. They can’t stand to be ignored, so if we turn around they remember that they need to be quiet.

  • Debra Guillen

    My dog does not know this trick.

  • Laurie Arnheim

    No, our Shih Tzu’s cannot do these jumping kinda tricks, and I don’t think I’d even want to attempt to train them at this point. I have one that will jump up on my lap (if I’m sitting) and give me hugs. That’s about as close as we get to this.

  • Shannon Irvine

    No, not any of them.

  • Christy Maurer

    No, he doesn’t know that one!

  • I like the idea of turning a bad trick into a good one. Now if I can only figure out how to do that for “paw”.

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  • Heather Duquaine

    Yes my dogs know this trick and several others πŸ™‚ I love training them

  • Erin Will

    My dog Shelby does know how to speak but I can’t take credit. We got her as a rescue and she already knew this trick when we adopted her!

  • kimbo9999

    my dog knows this one

  • cezovski

    Luckily, my dog doesn’t jump on people (not usually) and doesn’t bark much either. An “off” or “no bark” command works well for him, followed by a treat or two.

  • Talent Hounds

    Have not had much luck teaching Kilo to speak on command yet but do divert him to shake, say your prayers, touch and hi 5 when new people come over or if he is excited.

  • Marilyn Nawara

    No, none of them know this trick. My Westie doesn’t bark unless someone knocks on the door, and our Border Collie barks at everything.

  • wildnmild4u

    My dog knows this trick. He learned a little differently.

  • Lissa C.

    My dog doesn’t know this trick

  • No, my dog doesn’t know this trick yet!

  • Tammy Horn

    My dogs knows Quiet, Speak, High 5 and Give me 10. I taught speak by praising her when she spoke and and quiet by praising her while quiet. The other tricks were marked with a cue word after she offered the behavior randomly.

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  • msrodeobrat

    My dogs don’t know these tricks. I have one dog that knows how to sit and shake. I have another dog which jumps really badly, we may need to work on turning that into a trick.
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  • patricia skinner

    My dog does not know those tricks.

  • Susan Smith

    My dog does not know this trick.

  • agordon10

    my dog does, I taught it with treats.

  • Lana Bradstream

    Unfortunately no. My dog doesn’t do tricks

  • jules mcnubbin

    i need to teach him to do this! he can shake and do a double hi-five but thats it

  • Juliee Fitze

    No they don’t know this trick.

  • Colleen Boudreau

    My dog doesn’t know this trick. I have a 4 year old Boxer, & she’s really hyper and gets excited easily.. so sometimes she has difficulty trying to pay attention long enough to learn tricks lol.

  • Teresa Martin

    No my Sasha doesn’t know this trick. Shes learning new things.

  • Ephraim

    Ellie can speak, but only when she wants food!

  • Meesh

    No she doesn’t know the trick yet. I’m am going to work with her to speak at the appropriate times though.

  • Danielle Wood

    The only tricks my dogs know are to sit, lay down and give paw. They don’t know how to speak on command, but they speak often while sitting at the patio door.

  • Fran R.

    No, but it’s a great trick to know!

  • Cow used to be really jumpy as a puppy, so I taught her to sit, and then I would invite her to jump up on me for a hug sometimes. Now she sits politely to wait for an invite, or for me to bend down to give her love!

  • Seyma Shabbir

    No but it looks great. I wish I was better at teaching old dogs new tricks πŸ™‚ LOL Any trick actually!

  • Lee Burns

    My dog is lazy and doesn’t like to learn new tricks. He does however like to eat homework… or so the 14 year old would have us believe…

  • Carol Norton

    My dog does not do any tricks.

  • kimmye

    I have cats but my nephew taught their dog a few tricks and I think he used a clicker thing and treats! She’s a lot more obedient since he’s taught her some commands!

  • Christina Gilbert

    My dog is still working on speak. She’s just not much of a barker so it’s been difficult trying to get her to no matter what I try.

  • cynthiac

    I don’t think my friend’s dog does this. I only have a cat.

  • bajjmayer

    unfortunately–no tricks learned

  • iggysaysno

    My dog doesn’t know this trick… I will have to try it.

  • Belle doesn’t know the speak command. She does a lot of other tricks, but we couldn’t teach her how to speak unless we say the word “cat!” lol

  • Tracy Davis

    My dog only knows how to sit.

  • Savannah Forbes

    Toby doesn’t know this trick yet, but he is still a puppy and needs plenty of training =)

  • Caryn Coates

    No, My dog doesnt do this trick

  • Shirley S

    No, my dog doesn’t know this trick yet.

  • Michelle S

    No, my dog does not know how to do this. Great idea to turn bad habits into tricks!

  • Karrie Millheim

    No my dogs do not know how to do these tricks

  • Erica Carnes

    He doesn’t know how to speak!

  • Sandy Klocinski

    My dog is very quiet and hardly ever barks so I see no reason to get him started! When it is treat time I get out the treats and say “Come, sit right here” and he comes and sits in front of me for his treat.

  • Mira

    My dog doesn’t know how to do any of tricks! I’m trying to teach him using those methods!

  • Albert

    my dog is pretty smart and picks up tricks quickly, she also gets into a ton of mischief, spoiled rotten!

  • Jonathan G

    My dogs don’t know this trick, but does know others. Not sure how long it’d take to get my dogs to learn this trick.

  • nickie burke

    No, my dog doesn’t know this trick yet.

  • debbiewelchert

    No my dogs don’t know any tricks yet except maybe sit and stay.

  • Mandi

    my dog knows how to sit, stay, and beg for human food lol thats about it πŸ™‚

  • Christine Murray

    Unfortunately not. Just likes to eat and sleep.

  • Paige Landing

    My dog doesn’t know this trick, but he knows how to high five

  • Jenny Ham

    My dogs never did any tricks maybe the next one

  • KatM21

    One dog speaks with the ‘Who Dat!’ command, the other one knows how to stick out her tongue when I ask her if she wants a treat. She learned that one quick, LOL!

  • Cheryl Wilson

    No my dog doesn’t do this trick, but my son’s does.

  • Dana Gray

    ZAk is trained as a apphrension dog and is working on cadavor scent.

  • jeanette sheets

    only trick my dog does is with is paw when i say handshake

  • Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard

    No my dog doesn’t do this trick

  • Natalie U

    In one day we taught our Pom to sit, beg, gives her paw, lay down and roll over!

  • David Stuttard

    No my dog does not do this trick. I have tried a different method.

  • Donna Kellogg

    are dog is really smart she does not do to many tricks but she does bark I Love You, and will always get a treat for that πŸ™‚

  • timmy06

    my dog maggie does not do tricks but if mooching is a trick she will would win grand prize at it.

  • Kim Cowgar

    Dog, no. But my cat will give a high five.

  • MnLady

    No, but it’s a great trick to know!

  • Carolyn Daley

    My grandmother adopted a very smart poodle mix. She already knew simple commands, does cute little dances, and even doggy yoga.

  • Joe GErsch

    my dogs do not know this trick

  • This is a great trick and something we should work on!

  • ClickClick

    It’s a great trick, but my dog hasn’t mastered it yet.

  • Jamie

    My dog doesn’t know any tricks yet.

  • Rachel Marie Travis

    My dog doesn’t do this trick 😑

  • susansmoaks

    my dog doesn’t know this trick.

  • Ally

    I taught my dog “dance” to see if it would help with her jumping. It kind of did?

  • Samantha Daleo

    My dogs only knows the basics of sit, shake and lay down. We just used repetition and treats to teach those. This is a great idea though, I could certainly use it for her bad habits of jumping on people and barking.

  • Ellie W

    My dogs don’t do tricks. They think they’re the boss.

  • Christiane Henshaw

    My dog doesn’t know any tricks but we are going to start teaching her soon. πŸ™‚

  • Daniel M

    no tricks yet

  • Stephanie Phelps

    My dogs only know to sit and they do that when they want to lol. I think it is cool the way they taught them

  • rtrexel64

    My dog doesn’t do any tricks.

  • puppylov3808

    Yes, my dog knows how to speak. He also shakes paws and give high fives!

  • Darcy Koch

    My dog can sit on command, probly like most dogs. She doesn’t know anything special. What she does do is cock her head to the side and give me those big brown eyes when she wants something.

  • Danielle Burghardt

    I’m lucky my dogs will sit for treats, let alone do anything else. They give as much attitude as my kids.

  • Tammy Woodall

    My dog will sit, lay down and shake hands to get a treat. He seemed to come by it naturally.

  • Corey Olomon

    My dog can fetch, but for some reason, only socks! πŸ™‚

  • Birdiebee

    Yes, Kyla Ann knows how to speak and we also use hand signals with her for everything. It has taken 4 years of continually working on the behaviors but she does really well except escaping from the yard when we are gone.

  • Laurie Emerson

    Rusty knows how to sit up and then roll over. He also knows how to sing with music although he is a little off key. I taught him by giving him treats and a lot of praise.

  • Wendy Hutton

    no my dog does not trick or treat, but loves to watch the kids when they come to the door

  • arress

    No, she doesn’t know this trick.

  • Jennifer Reed

    My dog, although I love him dearly, does not know any tricks.

  • Jessica Miller

    No my dog does not now this trick

  • mandybfl

    No, he doesn’t know this trick

  • renee walters

    No, she doesn’t know this trick.

  • betty league

    I have two dogs and both of the learn by – Repetition and Positive Reinforcement! thanks

  • Gorgon

    no, she does not know this trick

  • Shea Adams

    No She doesnt know this trick.

  • Gina fieger

    She doesn’t know this one

  • Rhonda Miotke

    Nope not yet

  • missbobloblaw

    My sisters puppy doesn’t know this trick….yet!

  • LadyMage

    My baby know lots of tricks but not this one.

  • Devona Fryer

    Yes my husband taught him and he even knows how to roll over and he learned that at the age of 7, so you can teach an old dog new tricks! LOL

  • MaryAnn

    My dog doesn’t know any tricks.

  • Tina Louise

    Our dogs know a lot of tricks. my husband loves to teach them new ones.

  • Jennifer

    No tricks πŸ™

  • CandieL

    My doggie knows shake and speak. When there is treats involved, he will learn!! Thank you

  • Julie Tardi

    no tricks but he loves me!!!!

  • Nancy Senjem Munson

    no my dog only knows how to sit and lie dow

  • Lorri K

    No my doggie is just learning tricks. My daughter is working on it.

  • Sonya Allstun

    No tricks πŸ™

  • Allison Lesley

    Our Husky is really just learning tricks. Shes very good at sitting and staying but shes a hyper one lol.

  • Brittany Marie Thompson

    My dog doesn’t know any tricks yet but will be teaching him this one

  • Jackie Preas

    No,my boy doesn’t yet know this trick.

  • sscrash

    Im trying to teach my pup

  • Tandi Vidal

    We are getting a puppy next year. We will for sure teach him tricks. My husband has taught one of our cats to sit & stand. So I am sure he could teach our dog some tricks too. πŸ˜€

  • vickilorenz

    No tricks yet

  • KJ Skib

    My dog is not up to the tricks. He is a fussy character.

  • tiara

    no my dog does not know this trick

  • Priscilla Pursell

    I love this type of training. I have not tried this yet with any of my 4 fur babies, but I will. I have one old adoptive lad that already knew how to give you his paw when you say Hello when I got him.

  • juanita may

    no my dog does not know this trick yet

  • Brandon Curtis

    No, not yet.

  • Julisa Diego

    Awe, i gotta learn these

  • Gina Ferrell

    Yes, my dog knows this trick!

  • lauriedamrose

    Yes my dog knows quite a few tricks.

  • cheryl hodgkins

    No my dog does not know this trick

  • Joy

    Well done! πŸ™‚ Diamond barks when I make monster hands to get her maybe I can turn that into the speak on command trick. We will work on it πŸ™‚ Thanks!

  • favgreen

    My 2 dogs really don’t do tricks…lol

  • Mommyofone Shanna

    Thats awesome!!! My dog doesn’t do any tricks =(
    I want to try thoiugh!!!

  • Vikki Billings

    My dog only knows shake, that is it and she does not always do it. My little dog does not do tricks.

  • Holly W

    Yes my pups learned this when they were little.

  • Kathryn

    Kira doesn’t do tricks, she just expects treats because someone spoiled her rotten.

  • Kristen Patton

    My dog does not know this. I don’t think I want him too either lol He is already very loud! Teaching him “Quiet” would be beneficial though so maybe I should give this a chance.

  • Heather D

    My dog is working on this trick. She’s smart and wants to do good.

  • lshumack

    We got as far as sit and shake.

  • SheilaV

    No dog tricks at this house, just a lot of love and play.

  • Peggy Johnson

    We taught our 1st dog to speak and then she was always “speaking”, so we chose not to teach our current dog.

  • Deb8226

    Ill have to teach theses to my dog

  • Shea Naylor Balentine

    Nahh.. we don’t do dog tricks =)

  • Michelle H.

    My dogs don’t know this trick. One of my dogs will sometimes howl on command. Both dogs will sit. And one will lay down. I will try this the next time one of them barks for food.

  • Aaron Reck

    He can sit down. He likes to walk at the park. Beyond that it’s probably my fault.

  • kelleyk

    Our dogs do not know this trick. Thank you for sharing! I am going to teach our dogs this!

  • RoxannT

    No, he doesn’t know this trick.

  • tammy S

    Does not know this trick thanks for sharing it

  • Sand

    Yes, she knows a lot of tricks. My sister taught her all these tricks.

  • Tosha Hector

    My dogs can’t do this trick but they definitely know ‘sit’! : D Wish they understood ‘Quiet!’ too lol

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