Dog Training Tips

April 21, 2010

Dog Training Tips | How to train a Greyhound

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Enough joking around. Today, I mean business and I’m here to share some serious dog training tips. I will demonstrate that size does not matter and that designer dogs aren’t any smarter than purebred dogs.

I was playing by the side of a “river” when I spotted trouble on the other bank. My Chiweenie sissy was in need of my help. Dog training tip #1: Look fearless. This way, even if you look pathetic like me, you at least surprise your opponent.

Like superman, bum leg flying off to my side, I dove into the raging rapids

“I’m coming, Frankie!” I yelled, swallowing more water with each breath I took

Have no fear! Twinkie’s here!

One final leap and I was almost there

Frankie was screaming for her life because Mabel, our good old furiend, was looking at her. I tell you, designer dogs can be quirky, especially the Chiweenie type. As for Mabel, she’s a fancy mix herself. She is a Rottweiler and Greyhound cross. Dog training tip #2: Stand your ground and take advantage of the voice Dog gave you.

The minute I landed on the other side of the river, I let the Greyhound – Rottweiler have an earful. “And don’t you ever look at my sister again!” I said in the highest pitch ever known to Chihuahuas

She leaned a bit closer, probably because she couldn’t hear me well from that high up
Frankie the Chiweenie, or Chicken Weenie, was inching away

“Run, Frankie, run,” I yelled, while staring Mabel down

The Chiweenie didn’t get far. She did feel braver though and she learned a lot from me that day. I sure hope you enjoyed my latest dog training tips.

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I’ve been so busy recently, I still haven’t had a chance to visit the Global Animal Blogging Event links to see if I won anything. I can’t wait and I’ll do it first chance I get! Bottom line, we’re all winners just for participating and making new friendships.

The Date Night over at Twix’s is turning into the event of the century. It’s fun, unpredictable and hilarious. Look what they did with me and my Gunther!

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