Ready to take your furry friend’s training to the next level? Here are some advanced tricks to teach your dog. These tricks are not only impressive, but they can also help to keep your dog mentally stimulated and engaged.

Dog Trick List

Here are some additional tips for teaching your dog advanced tricks. We recommend starting with your easy dog trick list before moving on to advanced dog tricks.

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  • Start with the basics. Make sure your dog knows the basic commands such as sit, stay, and come before you start teaching them advanced tricks.
  • Be patient and consistent. Teaching your dog advanced tricks takes time and patience. Don’t get discouraged if your dog doesn’t learn a trick right away. Just keep practicing and they will eventually get it.
  • Use positive reinforcement. Always reward your dog for good behavior. This will help them to learn that performing tricks is fun and rewarding.
  • Keep training sessions short and fun. Dogs have short attention spans, so it’s important to keep training sessions short and fun. This will help them to stay engaged and motivated.

Back up

Teach your dog to walk backwards by holding a treat in front of their nose and slowly backing up. As your dog follows the treat, they will naturally start to walk backwards. Once they are able to walk backwards a few steps, give them the treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can walk backwards comfortably.

Balance treat on nose, flip to eat (when told “OK”)

Start by teaching your dog to sit and stay. Then, place a small treat on their nose. If they keep it there for a few seconds, say “OK” and let them eat it. Repeat this process until your dog can keep the treat on their nose for longer periods of time. Once they are able to do this, you can start to teach them to flip the treat into their mouth on command. To do this, simply say “OK” and then immediately hold your hand up to block their vision. This will cause them to instinctively flip the treat into their mouth to get it out of the way. As soon as they do this, praise them and give them another treat.

Barrel

Teach your dog to roll by holding a treat in front of their nose and slowly rolling it over. As your dog follows the treat, they will naturally start to roll. Once they are able to roll over a few times, give them the treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can roll over on command.

Basketball

Teach your dog to play basketball by placing a hoop on the ground and putting a ball inside of it. Then, show your dog the ball and let them sniff it. Once they are interested, start bouncing the ball in front of them. As they get closer to the hoop, encourage them to put the ball inside. If they are successful, give them a treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can consistently put the ball in the hoop.

Bow

Teach your dog to bow by holding a treat in front of their nose and slowly lowering it down towards the ground. As your dog follows the treat, they will naturally start to lower their head. Once they are bowing, give them the treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can bow on command.

Circle right, circle left

Teach your dog to circle by holding a treat in front of their nose and slowly walking in a circle. As your dog follows the treat, they will naturally start to circle around you. Once they are circling, give them the treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can circle on command in both directions.

Cover your eyes (paw over eyes)

Start by teaching your dog to sit and stay. Then, hold your hand up in front of their face and say “cover your eyes.” If they touch your hand with their paw, give them a treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can cover their eyes on command.

Cover-up with blanket

Teach your dog to cover themselves with a blanket by placing a blanket over their back and saying “cover up.” If they stay under the blanket for a few seconds, give them a treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can cover themselves with the blanket on command.

Dance/moonwalk

Teach your dog to dance by holding a treat in front of their nose and slowly moving your hand in a dance move. As your dog follows the treat, they will naturally start to dance with you. Once they are dancing, give them the treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can dance different moves on command.

Embarrassed

Teach your dog to be embarrassed by pretending to be embarrassed yourself. For example, you could cover your face with your hands and shake your head. As your dog watches you, they will start to associate the feeling of embarrassment with your behavior. Once they understand what embarrassment is, you can start to teach them to be embarrassed on command. To do this, simply cover your face with your hands and say “embarrassed.” If your dog looks away or covers their face with their paws, give them a treat and praise them. Repeat this process until your dog can be embarrassed on command.

Go hide (get under table, etc.)

Teach your dog to go hide by saying “go hide” and then pointing to a hiding spot. As your dog goes to the hiding spot, encourage them to stay there. Once they are hidden, give them a treat

What are the benefits of teaching your dog advanced tricks?

Teaching your dog advanced tricks is a great way to keep them mentally stimulated and engaged. It can also be a lot of fun for both of you! Just remember to be patient and consistent with your training, and use positive reinforcement methods. With a little effort, you can teach your dog to do some amazing things!

Advanced dog tricks are a great way to challenge your dog’s mind and body. They can also be a fun way to show off your dog’s skills and impress your friends. With a little patience and training, you can teach your dog to do some amazing tricks. So why not give it a try?

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