Easy Dog tricks for beginners. There are so many dog tricks out there that you can try out without you realizing that they are doable in just ten minutes. Read more below and watch the video, too, so you can finally try out a new trick that is fun and easy to teach to your fur baby.
Madison writes in the comments:
I just taught my pit bull puppy how to “pray” in like 10-15 minutes
Other Tricks You Can Teach Your Dog
The first rick is teaching your dog to pray or give grace. Just teach your dog to sit and rest its paws on your arms. To get the dog’s nose under your arm, just use a treat and he will successfully do the pray or give grace trick.
Next is letting your dog freeze so the treat can sit steadily on its nose. Just hold your dog’s face gently in place and put the treat on top of the dog’s nose. Tell your dog to freeze and repeat it a couple of times until he gets the idea.
Teaching your dog how to freeze is the first step by using the verbal cue “freeze” and showing them what happens when you tell that word.
You can also ask them to twirl or spin, also by using a treat as a lure, jump up on you, and many more. Just be sure to take it slow and not be frustrated when your dog does not get it the first time. Dogs are very smart and they will surely get it the more that you teach the trick to them.
Beginner Dog Tricks You Can Teach Your Dog
There are many Beginner Dog Tricks you can teach your pup to improve their behavior. Practicing a few tricks with your dog can make training your dog much easier. The first trick is the bow. This is a fun and rewarding trick that your dog will love! Using your hands, hold a treat up to your dog’s nose and lower it to the floor.
When your pup achieves this position, praise them and give them a treat. To teach your dog the kissing trick, start by holding a piece of peanut butter or a treat. Then, put your hand in the treat or peanut butter, then press your dog’s face with the object and ask it to give you a kiss.
When he licks the peanut butter, give a treat or praise him. Practice this trick several times a day and reward your dog when he returns to the front.
To teach your dog the kissing trick, start by giving him a treat. Place the peanut butter or treat on his cheek and ask him to give you a kiss. After the kiss, praise him or her and continue. For more advanced tricks, try teaching your dog to lick your hand or a certain part of it.
The more difficult the trick is, the more rewarding it will be for him! In the end, you will be amazed at how well your pet responds to this simple trick!