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I found this on a review of the dog:
Playing with Lucky is pretty simple but does require some learning. Lucky is programmed to respond to 15 different commands but the commands must be issued the same way each time. First, you say Lucky's name to engage him. Once you say "Lucky" (or whatever name you give him) he will then respond to you with 2 barks. After he goes ruff-ruff, then you can tell him what to do. The commands are as follows:
Speak to Me - he will sit or stand & bark Come Here - he will run forward and back Pounce - he will crouch and pounce excitedly Lay down - he will lay down on his tummy Sit - he sits Want a Treat? - he stands and barks (begs) On your head - He does a headstand Go to sleep - lays down, snores and enters sleep mode Sing a song - he'll bark one of 2 songs Good Dog - acts excited by shuffling his feet Bad Dog - he crouches down Put 'em up - he'll stand up on his hind legs. Then when you say "bang bang" he plays falls down and plays dead. Tug of War - he opens his mouth for you to put in his leash, he closes his mouth and tugs a little
Lucky also comes with a "sleep" mode and automatically shuts off after not being played with for 3 minutes.
Playing with Lucky is pretty simple, you command and Lucky performs. Well, Lucky performs most of the time. You need to be sure that he has your attention (barking twice) first before issuing the command. A few of the tricks are a bit more complicated - Put 'em up & Tug of War but the rest are very straight forward. I do notice that both my husband and I had the tendency to want to 'yell' or raise our voices when commanding Lucky - but that isn't necessary.
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