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After you teach your dog its name and then it's first command you then have to call it and give that command,but it will not respond at all

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How can I stop my dog from shaking when giving basic commands like 'lie. I am sure it is anxiety/attention


Give your commands in a soft tone of voice. Do not scold the dog when they do not react to your commands. Start with simple commands like sit and come. Reward the dog by giving him a treat or saying "Good boy" and petting him. Soon, the dog will obey all your commands.

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The Watch Me. The first command to teach your dog.


Watch Me

The Watch Me command is the first one we teach the dogs. Without the dog's attention, there is little training possible! This command will teach the dog to focus on us when we speak to him. It is also used to maintain his focus while we have him under command.

The first step in teaching this command is to get the dog to look at us - then we reward him for looking. It's that simple! When I say reward, at first give a small treat every time it is successful. Then mix the treats with "Good Girl" and slowly wean off the treats.

Try the following tips as you say, "Watch Me"...

  • Snap your fingers in front of his nose then draw your hand up towards your face.
  • With a treat in your hand, show the dog your hand and then draw your hand up to your face.
  • Use a happy voice.
  • High pitched voices are more interesting to a dog.
  • Make an interesting or unusual sound.
  • Remember that in dog training, timing is everything!

If you are even one second late with the reward, you will be teaching her to look away! By the end of the week, try to get the dog to watch you for about 10 or 15 seconds. And she need not look you in the eye - the point is that she is paying attention, that is all. Slowly increase the time the dog is required to look. After the first week, expect about a 20-30 second uninterrupted stare (less for puppies).

Then, add distractions. Have someone else make a noise off to the side of the dog tempting her to look away. If she does look away, refocus her. Eventually she will learn YOU have the treats and only YOU will be giving the reward.

After you have your dog responding to you and PAYING ATTENTION, you can easily move on to more common commands like Sit, Come, and Stay.

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Why should my dog wear a collar?


Dogs should wear collars for several reasons; most importantly to hang an identification tag. Other possible reasons for wanting your dog to wear a collar should include the following: they are helpful in training, and collars are a great help in teaching commands to your dog.

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How do I get my dog to recognize his name


Best way to do it is to say it slowly and clearly when teaching the dog it's name. Then whenever the dog responds to its name, make sure to praise and reward it. It will help to remember the dog's name.

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Used Sega Tiger dog (dated 1999, 2000)


http://www.allbusiness.com/consumer-products/toys-games/6405828-1.html I've got the same problem, but the link above talks about a dog named Spike which may be it, he walks around and responds to voice command etc.

Oct 27, 2009 | Toys

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I bought a dog and it has no name how do i give it 1


make it calm down. then read the instructions and go on.
that if its a nintendogs game

Sep 17, 2009 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Dog learns name, then won't respond


That has happened to me a lot. I think that the problem is that she isn't teaching the dog fast enough. by that I mean that she might play the game one day, wait a few days then play it again.

Fixing this problem is simple. When the screen says, " Nintendo" in bright red letters and you hear dog barks, press the following controls at once: L, R, A, B, X, Y, START, and SELECT. It will ask you if you want to delete the profile, say yes, and then the game starts all over as if it was new!

Hope it helps~

Jan 12, 2009 | Nintendogs: Chihuahua & Friends for DS

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Training icon wont appear


at base, press the hand icon and call pet's name over and over until your dog remembers it's name. rub pet's head and swipe down with stylus or finger. press icon (?) in upper right corner. recording will start, tell dog to sit (several times) and stores and items should unlock. care section in items category will have books for tricks and care tips.
good luck!

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Lost instructions to Zizzle Lucky the incredible wonder pup


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. 

Nov 30, 2008 | Toys

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