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My dog learnt to "speak" using treats

Discussion in 'Dog Training and Behaviour' started by RobD-BCactive, Apr 15, 2011.


  1. RobD-BCactive

    RobD-BCactive PetForums VIP

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    I don't have a problem it did not take very long at all.
    I used a rope toy, he likes tugging to get him frustrated. He was a bit confused so the "no reward" marker helped greatly.
     
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    OMG! bit of a duffus here! :) i thought you actually tough your baby to speak! hahaha! :rolleyes: (i have NO! excuse for myself) :rolleyes: :D WELL DONE!
     
  3. Eroswoof

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    :lol: No, no you don't :lol: xxxx
     
  4. Angie2011

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    Hanging my head in shame! :rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    In my defense! My baby can talk! he can say "mum" and "i want one" :p:p:D
     
  6. RobD-BCactive

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    I have only had 3 5 minute training sessions on it, and he can indoors and in garden now :)
    This is purely using the rewards based advice from the forum, and done since a grump moaned about "heel with treats" in another thread. As he already can heel, I had to pick something different.

    Next week may be this? YouTube - My talking border collie - learning to say "hello"! so I think you can teach your doggie, to say "Mum!" to :D
     
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