Sometimes a dog will have trouble learning a new trick. For example, not all dogs can learn to fetch. Some dogs have more instinct (they are born with it) than others when it comes to carrying things in their mouths. Roll over is difficult if your dog is dominant. Dominant dogs often don’t like to expose their belly so roll over could be a challenge. When most people think of dog training, they think of the basic dog training commands – sit, down, come, stay. While those things are important, don’t underestimate the benefits of training a dog to do tricks. Dog tricks are a great way to offer your dog some mental stimulation, and many of them build from the basic commands. Plus it’s a lot of fun to train a dog some cool tricks to show off for friends!
If you’ve tried hard to teach your dog a trick and he can’t learn it, give him a break and choose another trick that’s easier. Dogs love to learn. Tricks keep your dog alert and energetic. They give your dog a chance to play and have fun. The best way to teach your dog a trick is to make it fun for it. Use praise and small treats to reward your dog. Practice new tricks only a few minutes at a time. You never want your dog to get bored when learning new things.
In this clip, the beautiful Britney that will complete 2 years at 4of march, the beautiful girl knows more than 100 tricks ,all of that thanks to the through positive motivation and rewarding. According to her humans, some of their favorite activities include: dog Frisbee, dog dancing and obedience. Britney really enjoys exercising, practicing primarily on the ball, Frisbee and treats, which is what motivates her the most.