Well you know how I do lots of trainings, and tricks and dancing in between my general dog stuff of sniffin dog butts and bins.
Like hind leg spins and twists.
And my matey Max with his fancy jump through the legs trick. It all takes lots of clicker training to learn.
and Brody with his really clever human roll over move, this is about 5 tricks merged into one.
and me and Honey doing a synchronised hind leg stand - which is not only a trick, but a trick in time with another dog, and in time with music and two stressy humans. So 12 legs in perfect time when the music goes ........ yahhh!!!
and my mate Moss with a high leg jump, he has to wait patiently for the wobbly human to get into place in time with the music so it's patience for Moss as well as jumping.....
Well its all very clever and 'THE CROWD GOES WILD' but its hardly helpful round the house is it? So we are setting you a challenge. To my doggy mates in the Southern Hemisphere who are on Chrissy holidays with time up your paw. And my Northern Hemisphere mates who are stuck inside cos it's snowing outside. Cos we all know that 5 minutes of tricks training wears us out quicker than a half hour walk.
WHAT ON EARTH - you want me to learn how to make you a coffee?? That's pushing the boundaries.
1) It has to be a trick you haven't learnt before
2) The theme has to be "helping round the house"
3) You need to film how you taught it
4) The film can't be more than 2 minutes and you need to post it to You toob and send me the linky
5) Tell us what category you are entering, Instructional category or Humorous category - there is a prize for each category.
(Entries to email@example.com by January 25th 2011)
We will post the entries on our Choredography webpage on the Christmas competition page , see the linky at the top of my blog. And then we will take voting in late January to find the winners.
If you need any inspiration then have a look at Jesse, - is he helpful or what? I think I am going to learn how to do something with socks, either take them off Mums feet or put them in the laundry. Have a good Christmas and get those clickers clicking......