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Awesome Dog A Must See if You Love Pets!
Created on November 26th, 2010

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Dee Westcott
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Nov 26th 2010 at 22:51 PM
I just Added a Video to My Spotlight that is a Must See for All Pet Lovers
This Dog is so Smart .. The whole video he is doing Tricks

Go to My Spotlights and View the Video
then Add your comments here..

I would love to hear them..

I totally enjoyed watching this video and had to share it with All of You
Pet Lovers here at IM Faceplate
Enjoy
Dee


GT Bulmer
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Nov 26th 2010 at 23:30 PM
LOL, yes, that is one awesome dog!

http://www.imfaceplate.com/deewest/spotlights

He can run backwards, do tricks backwards, stand up with one foot on a skateboard and the other on the ground pushing himself along ... AND he can do the laundry, too!

I was going to show the vid to my wife ... but then I thought, "Hey. If she sees THAT dog doing all those tricks, she might expect THIS old dog to learn some new tricks!"

Nuh, uh. Ain't gonna go there! ;-) GT


Brenda Crofoot
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Nov 27th 2010 at 0:35 AM
The video is really good... What a great dog! But, I'm with GT, the old dog and new tricks thing. It's to late at night to even consider. Maybe after I wake up in the morning.


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GT Bulmer
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Nov 27th 2010 at 12:47 PM

I like how that cute little pooch can put his dish back in the cupboard, too. He would probably clean your dishes, too, but they would have to either air dry, or he would have to use his tail. LOL

GT :-)


Dee Westcott
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Nov 27th 2010 at 15:10 PM
I still have opened up the Video and enjoyed watching it..

I have to see what kind of Dog that was again..
So smart ..
The owners have spent a lot of time training that dog to do all those tricks..

It was something to see the dog up on the owners feet (like I used to do with my kids -playing airplane ride.. holding our kids up in the air with our feet..) they are doing that with that dog and the dog just sits there and smiles LOL.. so trusting and patient

I got a kick out of the dog putting clothes in the dryer and then shutting the door! LOL who would have thought to train their dog to do that? LOL

GT we can actually learn a lot from our animals.. just have to take the time to study them...
Have a great day..
Thank you both for viewing the video
Dee


GT Bulmer
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Nov 27th 2010 at 20:26 PM

Hi, Dee: This past summer, at an annual event in "the City" (Edmonton), we went to the "Super Dogs" show where a large group of dogs of all sizes and varieties were put through their paces by their owners. The dogs performed some of the same tricks as the dog in this video, plus a whole bunch more.

You could tell that some (maybe all) of the dogs just loved what they were doing? they really got into it. It was so entertaining.

There was this one "competition" where they took turns jumping over a barrier. With each pass, another bar was added to the barrier to make it higher. At the end, this one dog was tired of jumping, so he just crashed through the barrier, knocking all of the bars to the ground. It was hilarious! And then you realized he was trained to do that for the benefit of the audience.

Yes, those animals are smart! And some of them are real ham actors, too!

I agree that we can learn and be inspired by the animals around us, if we take the time to watch and interpret their actions and reactions.

GT :)


Dee Westcott
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Nov 28th 2010 at 8:20 AM
Wow, I would love to watch shows like that!
I have no clue where they have those types of shows around here..
The only ones around here are horse shows and very small ones..

Oh my that dog was trained to do that? for cool

Well I will lay odds that this dog in the video has been in Dog shows! They probably trained him for the dog shows and just did a video of his talents.

Thanks for sharing the story..
have a wonderful week
Dee


GT Bulmer
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Nov 28th 2010 at 14:17 PM

Hi, Dee: I am sure the dog in this video performs at shows like I saw. But just like humans, I am sure that it takes a very special dog to be able to learn and perform so many tricks, and do them so well and with such spirit, as the dog in this video. He would have been the absolute star of the show that I saw!

GT :-)


Dee Westcott
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Nov 28th 2010 at 14:27 PM
LOL I hear you on that one..
So you still haven't shown it to your wife?

I found another video with another dog but lost the link.
Been trying to find it again LOL

Too many notes on my computer..
My To Do list never ends..

I suppose they have the dog shows in the bigger cities
I just live in a small town ..
Would be cool to see one though..

I imagine it is always an outside show since they do so many tricks.
So does all the animals have to do X amount of Tricks and the show Tells you what tricks they need to do .. to qualify?
how does that work?
Dee


GT Bulmer
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Dec 18th 2010 at 20:47 PM

Hello, Dee: I must have gotten busy and forgot to follow this discussion group!

The "Super Dogs" show we went to last summer was in Edmonton, a big city and capital of our province (Alberta). We live in a tiny town north of Edmonton, so few events like that would come here. It was in a huge indoor arena, so plenty of seating and lots of floor space for the dogs to do their stuff.

The show was set up in a competition format where two dogs would race through the same kind of obstacle course to see who could do it fastest and in the best form. The whole purpose was simply to entertain the audience, so it didn't really matter who won or how well they did. The emcee split the arena crowd in half so we would be cheering for the dog on our side of the arena.

Sometimes it was all in fun, like when they would match a tiny dog against a huge dog. Or when a dog crashed through a barrier instead of jumping over it like he was supposed to (all part of the show and it got the crowd roaring with laughter).

Even so, you could tell that the dogs loved what they were doing and most of them raced as hard as they could. Most, if not all, could easily enter serious competitions and do well, but in the show we went to see the only purpose was to entertain the crowd ... which they did wonderfully!

GT :-)


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