I’m actually using an automated plugin to seek out and find “amazing” “wierd” and “crazy” YouTube videos on one of my sites .. and this one popped up! I thought it was cool enough to share here in PetLvr Blog!
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I just found this on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!
Note: information from YouTube
This video shows some of the tricks I have been working on recently with Kiko and Splash. Some of the more interesting ones are, teaching Splash to look left and look right, teaching her how to skip, and how to shuffle backwards in a bow. Kiko started offering a tap dancing behavior which I captured, as well as scratching with her back feet. I also taught Kiko to go between Splashes legs as I saw a Boston Terrier do in the movie Hotel for Dogs, and thought it would be very cute to teach. Splash however, looks stressed as you can see, when kiko works too closely around her, because Kiko usually will boss Splash around if she is too close to her. All these tricks were taught using clicker training and no forms of positive punishment (meaning me saying No! or eh eh! Wrong! Or any physical manipulation)
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Does that clicky thing really work? I may try it on my cat, see if it works!
Harriet … if you can train your cat to do tricks like “splash” and “look left” .. please please PLEASE! send me the link to your video! Lol
I’m definatley considering having a go at it! He’s only a kitten, he’ll learn 😉
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Wow! It looks like clicker training really works. I was skeptical at first, but this video definitely shows what it can do. I’m glad the plugin brought this to your attention. Thanks for sharing it with us. I hope it works on other pets other than dogs. 🙂
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Wow. Now this is some advanced clicker dog training! Kiko is one smart Border Collie. It just shows you how the amount of behaviors and tricks you can teach your dog are limitless! To teach your dog some of these tricks also requires a lot of time and patience. Thanks for sharing the video.