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How to Teach Your Dog Tricks

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Dogs are fun, but if they don't listen to you, they can also be frustrating animals. Here are a couple of commands that will be easy for your dog to learn and, subsequently, will make your life a whole lot easier. Keep in mind that these commands suggest using food (treats) as the reward, but a better reward is the lavish praise he will receive after every command he obeys. It's also a way of creating a special bond with him and will encourage him to obey just for the attention.


The Sit Command
  1. Get some of your dog's favorite treats, whatever they might be. These will help to entice your dog to listen to you. It helps if the treats are quite small. Don't give your dogs the treats that your dog can't chew as this will teach aggressiveness.
  2. Hold one treat out to your dog so that he/she can smell it, but not eat it.
  3. With the treat firmly in your grip, just above his/her nose, say in a clear tone, "Sit".
  4. The first time the dog hears it, you need to 'show' the dog what to do. Give his back-end a little nudge towards the ground with a firm palm gently pushing down on his hip area (not his back) while pulling up on the leash or underside of the collar.
  5. Once the dog finally sits, say "Good boy/girl!" and reward him/her with the treat. It is important that you do not repeat the word "sit." Say the command once, and then enforce it. Nagging doesn't work on dogs either.
  6. Repeat these steps until the dog begins to associate obeying the command with getting the treat and verbal praise. Once the dog is comfortable with the trick, eventually stop giving treats to your dog.
The Down Command
  1. Again with the treats and verbal praise.
  2. Have your dog sit down, as long as you were successful with the above instructions. If you were not, getting your dog to lie down will be an even tougher challenge.
  3. Once your dog is sitting, hold the treat on the floor, out of the reach of her/his mouth, so that he/she will have to lie down to get the treat.
  4. In a clear, firm voice, say "Down" or "Lie Down" or "Lie"
  5. If necessary, hold the treat on the floor and gently sweep out his/her front feet so they are forced to lie down.
  6. Give him/her the treat and say "Good Dog!"
  7. Eventually try to wean the dog off the treats, and respond just to your verbal command.

The Roll Over Command

This goes with the Lie Down command, if this was hard to get you dog to do it may be hard to get them to do this.
  1. Show the dog the treat.
  2. Have them lay down.
  3. Say roll over and Bend down to the floor and do SLOW! circles with the hand with the treat.
  4. The first couple times you do it you may have to help roll over. After awhile you want them to respond to the words and the hand signals.
The Stay Command
  1. Have your dog sit and then have someone else hold your dog by the collar.
  2. Stand in heel posistion (dog facing the same direction as you, with their head and shoulder lined up with your leg, hip, and shoulder.
  3. Put your hand about 3-5 inches from your dogs face and say stay.
  4. Walk 6 feet away and turn around facing your dog. Start off only standing there for a few seconds then gradually build up.
  5. Starting on your dogs left side walk around the dog, ending in the heel posistion.
  6. PRAISE!!!
  7. Fade out the holder
  8. Repeat the same for teaching the down stay


  • Once you get the hang of the teaching process, you can use clickers (you can get these from any local pet store), hand motions, or other signals instead or in addition to vocal commands. Dogs can often understand more than people give them credit for. Treats are always most helpful for getting your dog to listen, understand, pay attention, and learn from you.
  • Gently take your arm and apply a little pressure to the backs of your dog's knees to make him/her sit. praise the dog thoroughly and I advise you to give him/her a treat afterwards. This will boost his/her confidence, and make him/her more willing to learn. Try and make everything seem fun to your dog, and he will love you, respect you, and want to obey you.
  • Remember, if your dog doesn't get it the first few tries, the worst thing you can do is get frustrated and angry at your dog. This will scare him, and he will be reluctant to your commands. Simply try again, and again, with praising and treats when he gets it right, and soon enough you will have your dog sitting for you anytime, anywhere. If your dog doesnt get it dont give up just give them a break and in a while (20-40 min) try again.


  • Be careful when you push your dog's back down. You could damage it if you push too hard.
  • Be sure not to give your dog too many treats, or to get him/her to rely on them to do anything, because he/she may decide not to do anything unless a treat is offered. However, in the latter stages at least acknowledging the dog's good behavior with a "good dog" is beneficial.
  • You will have family members who will love the new tricks the dog learned, and will often ask the dog to do it. That is fine, the problem comes in when they allow the dog not to complete the action. For example, if someone says "Sit" to a dog, and the dog does not sit down, on the first command, and it does not mean you should repeat the command over and over, and then let the dog get away with not sitting down. You should say the command twice at most (after your dog is trained by you). After that, gently force your dog to sit. Just imagine a dog that will only sit when she thinks there is something good in it for her. As she's running into traffic or chasing another dog, you issue the sit command, she may ignore you. Do not let your family members give commands that are not enforced.
  • Don't punish your dog for doing the trick. For example, if you are punishing your dog for doing something like going to the toilet indoors, don't call for the dog and then punish it. This will just teach it, "She's calling my name, she's going to punish me for coming, so I won't come when she calls again". A good enough punishment is going over to the dog and giving it a firm "NO!". That is enough.

Things You'll Need

  • Treats
  • Lead
  • Dog(s)
  • A toy
  • Patience

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A Puppy's Prayer


Now I lay me down to sleep,

The king-size bed is soft and deep..

I sleep right in the center groove

My human being can hardly move!

I've trapped her legs, she's tucked in tight

And here is where I pass the night

No one disturbs me or dares intrude

Till morning comes and "I want food!"

I sneak up slowly to begin

my nibbles on my human's chin.

She wakes up quickly,

I have sharp teeth-

I'm a puppy, don't you see?

For the morning's here

and it's time to play

I always seem to get my way.

So thank you Lord for giving me

This human person that I see.

The one who hugs and holds me tight

And shares her bed with me at night!


When it comes to puppy poems, this one always makes me smile... I knew there were others out there just like me!

Why Own A Dog?

Why own a dog? There's a danger you know,

You can't own just one, for the craving will grow.

There's no doubt they're addictive, wherein lies the danger.

While living with lots, you'll grow poorer and stranger.

One dog is no trouble, and two are so funny.

The third one is easy, the fourth one's a honey.

The fifth one's delightful, the sixth one's a breeze,

You find you can live with a houseful of ease.


So how 'bout another? Would you really dare?

They're really quite easy but, oh, Lord the hair!

With dogs on the sofa and dogs on the bed,

And crates in the kitchen, it's no bother, you've said.


They're really no trouble, their manners are great.

What's one more dog and just one more crate?

The sofa is hairy, the windows are crusty,

The floor is all footprints, the furniture dusty.


The housekeeping suffers, but what do you care?

Who minds a few noseprints and a little more hair?

So let's keep a puppy, you can always find room,

And a little more time for the dust cloth and broom.


There's hardly a limit to the dogs you can add,

The thought of a cutback sure makes you sad.

Each one is so special, so useful, so funny.

The vet and food bills grows larger, you owe BIG money.


Your folks never visit, few friends come to stay,

Except other "dog folks" who live the same way.

Your lawn has now died, and your shrubs are dead too,

But your weekends are busy, you're off with your crew.


There's dog food and vitamins, training and shots.

And entries and travel and motels which cost  lots.

Is it worth it you wonder? Are you caught in a trap?

Then that favorite one comes and climbs in your lap.


His look says you're special and you know that you will

Keep all of the critters in spite of the bill.

Some just for showing and some just to breed.

And some just for loving, they all fill a need.


God, winter's a hassle, the dogs hate it too.

But they must have their walks though they're numb and your blue.

Late evening is awful, you scream and you shout

At the dogs on the sofa who refuse to go out.


The dogs and the dog shows, the travel, the thrills,

The work and the worry, the pressure, the bills.

The whole thing seems worth it, the dogs are your life.

They're charming and funny and offset the strife.


Your life-style has changed. Things won't be the same.

Yes, those dogs are addictive and so is the dog game.


Author Unknown


Top 20 "Male" Dog Names:              


Max             Duke        

Buddy           Cooper

Jake            Harley

Bailey           Riley

Rocky           Bear

Charlie          Murphy

Jack            Lucky

Toby            Tucker

Cody            Sam

Buster          Oliver



Top 20 "Female" Dog Names:


Molly          Lola

Bella          Abby

Lucy           Ginger

Maggie        Roxy

Daisy         Gracie

Sadie          Cocoa

Chloe          Sasha

Sophie         Angel

Bailey          Lily

Zoe            Princess




An Older, Tired-looking Dog

An older, tired-looking dog

wandered into my yard; I could tell from his collar and well-fed belly that he had a home and was well taken care of.

He calmly came over to me, I gave him a few pats on his head; he then followed me into my house, slowly walked down the hall, curled up in the corner and fell asleep.

An hour later, he went to the door, and I let him out.

The next day he was back, greeted me in my yard, walked inside and resumed his spot in the hall and again slept for about an hour. This continued off and on for several weeks.

Curious I pinned a note to his collar: 'I would like to find out who the owner of this wonderful sweet dog is and ask if you are aware that almost every afternoon your dog comes to my house for a nap.


The next day he arrived for his nap, with a different note pinned to his collar: 'He lives in a home with 6 children, 2 under the age of 3 he's trying to catch up on his sleep. Can I come with him tomorrow?'



If you don't want to be greeted with paws and swinging tails

don't come inside because dogs live here.

If you don't like the feel of a cold nose or a wet tongue,

don't come inside because dogs live here.

If you don't want to step over many scattered toys,

don't come inside because dogs live here.

If you think that a home ought to smell of perfume,

don't come inside because dogs live here.

If you don't mind all of this,

you will be instantly loved when you come inside,

because dogs live here.

Author: David Lester



Give your toy or teacup puppy the perfect name.......

A name can have a personal meaning, or it can just be something fun to say, like Gizmo or Repo or Bagel. If celebrities can name their kids Apple or Rumer, who cares what a name really means? Puppy parents should make sure that it's a name they really like, because they are going to be saying it, or yelling it, a lot.

Names for Teacup Puppies

Here are some cute little nonsense names that would be good for Teacup Puppies. They are all easy to remember and not so silly that a puppy mom or a doggie daddy would feel embarrassed when saying them:

Alpha, Alto

Bagel, Banjo, Be Bop, Bongo, Bug, Bonzai, Bean, Berry, Brie, Bumble Bee, Biscuit, Big

Calypso, Cha Chi, Chipmunk, Couture, Crockett

Debit, Disco, Ditto, Doodle

Echo, Elephant


Gecko, Gumdrop, Gizmo

Hilton, Heat, Heart

Isa, Itzy Bitzy, iPod

J.Lo, Jelly Bean 

Lucky, Loki

Melon, Memo, Mai Tai, Monkey, Moondance, Midori

Noodle, Nano

Peanut, Paisley,Pistol

Rabbit, Rousse, Ryland

Saucey, Scout, Seeker, Sprout, Sundance, Sweetie, Stitch

Tiger, Thumper, Tiny, Tinsel, Teensy, Thumbelina, Tinker Bell


Weasel, Wicket, Wallstreet


Über Cool Puppy Names


A) Alabama(Bama), Annika, Anya, Aria, Aries, Arrabella, Aurora, Aiden, Alamo, Archer, Aubrey, Austin, Avatar, Astrid, Alley

B) Basil, Briggs, Brady, Broodie, Bing, Bourne, Biz, Brooklyn, Brownie, Bronze, Bijou

C) Chelsea, Captain, Cadet, Coal, Clovis, Chanelle, Charity, Comet, Charlise, Cannon, Camilla, Caramel, Camille, Cadence, Coriander, Café au lait, Cricket, Chicago, Count, Cinco, Coda

D) Denver, Dade, Dallas, Denton, Dixie, Dell, Domino, Dew Berry, Duke, Dhalia, Dolce

E) Eden, Elle, Elite, Elin, Elias

F) Faith, François, Finn, Fox

G) Giselle, Grayson, Grace, Gia, Gidget, Gucci, Guy

H) Harlow, Hugo, Hope, Hazel, Honey Dew, Huckleberry, Herb, Honey

I) Inez, Ivanhoe, Idina

J) Jaden, Jazz Man, Jasmine

K) Knox, King, Kingdom, Kaluhah, Kona, Kai

L) Latte, Lovie, Lyric, Lilac, London, Liberty, Lotus, Louis

M) Mr. Big, Moses, Miles, Mylie, Micha, Mishka, Mia, Maddox, Minx

N) Nouveau, Nelle

O) Ollie, Olivia, Omega

P) Puck, Prairie, Prince

Q) Quintin, Quest

R) Rogue, Roxy, Remington, Reed, Royce

S) Sailor, Silver, Summit, Sierra, Seattle, Shakira, Saint, Sidney, Soleil, Soul

T) Tank, Toreador, Torpedo, True, Thorne

U) Uma, Una

V) Velma, Vince, Viper, Vidor, Vitton

W) Willow, Wendel, Willoughby

X) Xander, Xavior

Y) Yardley, Yvette

Z) Zion, Zest, Ziggy, Zavion, Zelda, Zen, Zinger

All of these names are simply fun to say and connote great little dogs with a lot more personality than size.


Girl Dog Names

Sometimes names with no gender seem to naturally fall into the female dog category, as they appear more feminine.

Arwen, Aspen,

Blue, Bonbon, Bunny, Buttercup

Cha Cha, Cookie, Cricket, Cupcake

Dolly, Dumplin, Daisy, Delphi

Echo, Ella




Jojo, June Bug, Jewel


Lady Bug, Lady Byrd

Muffin, Moondance, Moon, Mezzo

River, Rizzo

Sugar, Sparkle, Sweetie, Snow

Teacup, Tootsie, Truffle, Tutu

Viola, Violet

Boy Dog Names

Ace, Ammo, Astro, Arrow, Atom, Action, Ashton, Asher

Bandit, Boylin, Bailey, Bounce

Chips, Cubby

Dagger, Darwin, Dizzy, Donut, Diamond

Elias, Elder Berry

Heart, Hugs

Leno, Loot, Lucky, Long Meadow

Mack, Mugsy, Moon, Mc Dreamy, Mordecai

Nitro, Nikon, Nestley

Oboe, Oswald

 Pip, Pippin, Pupster, Pyro

Ridge, Remmie(short for Remington), Ringo, Rookie, Rico, Raidon

Tattoo, Tazer, Timbo, Tooley, Toto

Wicket, West



What Is A Puppy?

What Is a Puppy

A puppy is a fluffy bundle of joy

Who can turn any object into a toy

With four paws and a wagging tail

He will try and beat you to pick up the mail

He likes to chew on anything new

A ball, a bone or even a shoe

He loves to run and likes to be

Chasing the neighbours cat up a tree

A puppy is loveable and so cute

Even when he ruins your favourite boot

His adoring look will melt your heart

And you know from him you won't want to part

A puppies love just grows and grows

Through all of the little highs and lows

He truly will be your best friend


A great companion to the end.



Copyright ©2007 Stella Mortazavi


Poem For A New Puppy Owner


Don't smell crotches, don't eat plants.

Don't steal food or underpants.

Don't eat my socks, don't grab my hair.

Don't rip the stuffing from that chair!

Don't eat those peas! Don't touch that bush!Don't chew my shoes. What IS that mush?

Eat your cookies. Drink your drink,

Outta the toilet! Outta the sink!

Away from the cat box, it's for the cat!

And MUST you kiss me after that?

Yes, raising a puppy, is not for the lazy!

Though puppies are funny, they're also quite crazy.

But don't despair, though its toil and strife.

After three years, you'll get back your life!

So, let's go for "walkies", you can "do your thing"

And perhaps I'll get back my good diamond ring!


Author Unknown



Feeding Your Puppy

Your puppy will be eatingNatural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Lamb & Rice Small Breed Bites Dog Food dry’ food when it comes home with you. We will give you a starter container to take home with you. Blue is a high quality puppy food formulated for the high energy and nutritional needs of your puppy.

 We do recommend this food highly.

Our puppies also love ‘Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Lamb & Rice Dog Food’ can mixed into the dry food.

We keep the dry food available at all times for the puppies and feed the dry mixed with a little can morning and night. After the puppy is a little older, you can switch to feeding 3-4 times a day instead of keeping it out all day. Because hypoglycemia is always a worry with these tiny pups until the puppy is older and eating well on its own please be sure the puppy is eating plenty of protein. Give the puppy a tiny bit to eat right before bedtime.

If you decide to switch to another brand of food, do it gradually, mixing in a little of the new food with the Natural Balance food. Every day mix in a little more of the new food until completely switched over.

Yorkies & Papillons are really good con artists. They will try to convince you that they should be eating people food. The food formulated for the puppy is healthier for it, providing the nutrients needed for good health and growth, so limit the amount of table food. Also people food can upset your puppie’s stomach and make her not feel good. Please remember chocolate is dangerous to dogs, dogs should never have any chocolate.

Treats are very helpful in training the puppy. Remember to give very small amounts, so puppy will still be hungry enough to eat her dry food. {I give as treats ‘Honey Nut Cherrio’s’ or the generic is fine also. These are good to keep sugar levels up}. They should also get a good doggie treat, too!

Water should be available at all times, if house training is being troublesome you can take it up a night but don't restrict water in the daytime.

Beg-for-more Peanut Butter Treats

2 tablespoons oil

1/2 cup peanut butter

1 cup water

1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour

1 1/2 cups white flour

Preheat the oven to 350 F. Combine oil, peanut butter and water. Add flour, one cup at a time, forming dough. Knead dough into firm ball and roll to 1/4 inch thickness. Cut into 3 to 4 inch pieces. Place on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 F for 20 minutes. Makes 2 1/2 dozen cookies.


Chick'N Fingers

2 1/2 cups white flour

3/4 cup yellow cornmeal

1/4 cup chopped chicken

1 cup chicken broth

4 tablespoons softened margarine

1 egg

2 Tablespoons milk

Preheat oven to 325 F. Combine flour, cornmeal, chicken, chicken broth and margarine. Form into soft dough and knead for 3 minutes. Roll dough to 1/4 inch thickness and cut into 3 to 4 inch finger shapes. Beat egg and milk together and apply to top of biscuits with brush. Place on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 325 F for 35 minutes. Makes 24 fingers.


Spicy Treat-balls

2/3 cup whole wheat flour

1/3 cup white flour

1/2 cup bran

1/2 cup brewer's yeast

1/4 cup wheat germ

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

3 tablespoons honey

2 tablespoons corn oil

1 egg

1/3 cup milk

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, combine dry ingredients. In a separate bowl, beat honey, corn oil, egg and milk. Gradually add mixture to dry ingredients to form dough. Form into 1-inch balls and bake at 350 F on an ungreased cookie sheet for 15 minutes. Makes 18 balls.


Very Cool & Easy Dog Treats Recipe

By: PetPlace Pet Lover

Treat Recipe

This recipe was submitted by a dog lover. Judy Russell wrote that it was one of her favorite dog treat recipes. - Thanks Judy!


Very Cool Dog Treats & These are good and easy!




1 cup peanut butter (unsalted)

2 Tbsp. honey




1. Combine all ingredients and whisk thoroughly.

2. Pour mixture into ice cube trays and freeze solid (at least two hours).

3. Pop out one cube at a time and serve to your pup.



Pumpkin Cookie Dog Treat Recipe

By: PetPlace Dog Lovers

Pumpkin Treat

This recipe was submitted by a dog lover. Judy Russell wrote that it was one of her favorite dog treat recipes. - Thanks Judy!


Pumpkin Cookie Dog Treats



1-1/2 C. whole wheat flour

1/2 C. pumpkin, canned

2 Tbs. brown sugar

1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon

1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg

4 Tbs. Crisco

1 egg

1/2 C. buttermilk



Preheat oven to 475 degrees F.

Combine flour, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg and cut in shortening.

Beat egg with milk and pumpkin and combine with flour, mixing well.

Stir until soft dough forms.

Drop by tablespoons onto ungreased cookie sheet.

Bake for 12-15 minutes.

Let cool and serve.



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