“On Trust” and “Paid For” for is among the oldest dog tricks that has been supplying as much entertainment as anything a dog can possibly do since the early 1900s. It is a terrific trick to teach your Tennessee Treeing Brindle. It is not the most convenient technique to be taught but it can be elaborated upon and presented in numerous different ways to impress many people.
To teach your Tennessee Treeing Brindle this trick, call your dog to you, permitting him to stand up or take a seat, as he wishes, and hold his head still with one hand, while you hold a treat on his nose.
Teach your Tennessee Treeing Brindle the “on trust” trick
Say to him, “On trust, on trust,” steadying and limiting his head from moving with 1 hand and holding up a threatening finger with the other and reciting the words, “On trust, on trust”.
Teach your Tennessee Treeing Brindle the “paid for” trick
Next, release his head, saying “paid for,” and give him a little tap beneath the chin. This will trigger him to toss the treat up and capture it. Of course, in his earlier efforts he won’t have the ability to catch the treat, however he needs to be permitted to eat the snack after it lands on the floor.
It’s a great trick for your Tennessee Treeing Brindle
Continuous repeating of this trick will produce efficiency. Over time you should stop limiting his head with your hand and allow him to stabilize the treat on his nose until you state “Paid for.”
He can likewise be taught to hold the snack between his teeth and to not swallow it till told to do so. This technique can be made more impressive by holding a discussion with your Tennessee Treeing Brindle. For example, you might say: “Friend, old boy, here is a very delicious snack, however it is ‘on trust.'”
Somewhat highlight the word “trust” and then say: “I am grateful you do not like consuming things on trust, however this I have actually just learned has been ‘paid for,'” stressing the words “paid for.”
Your Tennessee Treeing Brindle can also be taught to toss the treat after hearing a particular number. To teach this, balance it on his nose and hold his head while you count plainly and deliberately, one, two, three, and then nudge him under the chin. Before he has actually learned the trick he will toss it up as often at one, two, four, as he will at 1, 2, 3, but he needs to be drilled till he will not toss it till he hears “3.” It will make it simpler for him if you slightly stress the “3” word.
After some time you can use lots of combinations of numbers and he will wait up until he hears the emphasized “three.” As you are training him don’t make him wait too long prior to you say “3,” and enable him to eat the snack.
“Trust” and “Paid For” might be a considerably difficult trick for your Tennessee Treeing Brindle to learn and needs a lot of persistence from you. Keep in mind, do not penalize your Tennessee Treeing Brindle if he can’t master the trick, rather blame yourself for being a lousy teacher.:–RRB- In any case, enjoy teaching your Tennessee Treeing Brindle this trick and have lots of fun along the way.
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