Talented doggy shows off street performing tricks

Published October 30, 2019 17,017 Views $7.87 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesThis dog does a wide range of tricks: jumps, does somersaults, and enjoys being the center of attention with his owner, he walks from one side to the other making his
best show. You will see that he knows how to do many tricks that will impress you!

This talented dog does some tricks in the street to get his own, something that people love to see, as he is a very happy and energetic dog, seems to be actually the best friend of his owner because they seem to be inseparable and with a connection quite beautiful How adorable!

Our dogs provide us with hours of entertainment, a shoulder to cry on, and an endless supply of love and affection.

No matter how bad your day was, when you come home, he will jump up to you very happy to see you again and wanting to play for a while, making you instantly forget the problems and hustle and bustle of everyday life.

All dogs like to please their owners, and teaching your dog a couple of tricks is a great way to win praise and displays of affection. To keep your dog safe and mentally stimulated, it is essential to teach him basic commands such as sitting, staying and crouching.

Teaching your dog to high-five is easy and a great trick to amuse young children. Some dogs will eventually be able to perform this trick without having to give the order. Simply send your dog to sit down and then raise your hand in front of him will be enough to get you to give him a maximum of five.

Any dog is trained to learn tricks and obey commands, but it is true, that not everyone learns with the same ease and at the same pace. The learning of the dog depends on several factors, such as sex, age, socialization phase and the first days of life, experiences, owners and breed along with hereditary factors. When a breed is created, individuals are selected taking into account the work that the dog will perform in the future, and therefore, depending on each breed the animal will be better able to learn in different disciplines.

Dogs only do what is safe for them and/or what works for them. That's all there is to it. If the dog barks at you to throw the ball or pay attention to you and you give it to him and throw the ball to him, you can be sure that he will repeat it tirelessly. If, on the other hand, you ignore that bark and demand for attention, the dog will get tired and try to do something else that works for him. They don't want to bother, they just do what works for them. If you ask a dog to sit down and he doesn't do it, we don't think he does it because he's vindictive, it's probably because you haven't trained enough. So be patient with your dog and watch out for behaviors that you reinforce and ignore and the way you do it.


  • mfkhan, 36 weeks ago

    well trained dog

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