The only place u can find this "manual" is in his mind. It\ufffds strange, he says a lot of things, but nothing ever comes out. DN.
"iV" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev i en meddelelse news:II0eb.email@example.com... > I'd like to make my dog to bark on command. > > Any Advices ? > > Thanks !!! > >
2003-10-03 07:36:15 EST
Similar to how I taught my girl. We discovered accidentally that Kali goes nuts when one plays with a rubber band. So I broke out a rubber band, started stretching it while saying speak. It didn't take long for her to make the connection "speak" = bark.
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"Daniel Nielsen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > Here is how i did it.. > Hold a treat or the dogs favorite toy. The dog will try anything to get it, > even bark, and then u will reward the dog, by giving the treat or the toy to > it. when u have done this exercise 10 - 20 times depending on which dog u > got, u can begin to attach a word to it, fx. "Bark, or any word u want.. > it\ufffds the same way u teach a dog to sit.. > DN.. > > "iV" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev i en meddelelse > news:II0eb.email@example.com... > > I'd like to make my dog to bark on command. > > > > Any Advices ? > > > > Thanks !!! > > > > > >