If you haven’t succeeded so far, you should now delve deeper into clicking, as the more complicated tricks you want to teach your dog, the more help it will be if you’re familiar with the clicker.
A very cute trick that isn’t hard to teach, but can cause heart-melting moments. To teach the trick, you’ll need a small tape or hair band, or anything you can apply painlessly on your dog’s nose.
One of the coolest tricks you can teach is sitting petty. Like dancing, it develops a sense of balance and strengthens the back muscles, so most dogs may not be able to perform it perfectly straight away, but after a little practice, they are guaranteed to melt their owner’s heart with it.
Weaving between the legs is a spectacular trick, one of the great advantages of which is that we can make the experience of standing above them positive. This is something that otherwise many dogs do not normally like.
Dancing is a task that greatly develops a sense of balance and strengthens the back muscles, which can help you with a lot of additional tricks or simple sports activities.
In addition to being a very cute exercise that improves the dog’s movement coordination, it can also be used as a particularly useful stretching exercise before and after sports to warm up your four-legged friend.
Up and jump are actually two different tricks, but because of their similarity, we can consider them together. Many dogs already know this almost by themselves, without any particular teaching, but when it comes to teaching tricks, it doesn’t hurt to at least repeat them so we can rely on them later.
Crawling is another fun trick that can help you train your dog not only mentally but also physically.
Rolling over is a very cute trick in itself, but by building onto it, we can later teach our pet funny tasks such as being shot or going to bed.
In addition to being able to build on other tasks from this trick, it is also a great help when searching for ticks, pampering the paws, cutting claws, if your dog can take this position on command.