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    Hello everyone,
    I hope you are all having a great week. I thought I'd shared Bruce's training. Bruce is 6 months old and knows: come, sit, place, shake, down, and in. Next I think I'll work on heal and either belly, or rollover

    Please leave comments or suggestions of which command I should work on next.

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    Jim

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    WOW… Bruce is doing a great job!!! I was cracking up because he kept putting his paw up for shake, neither of my bulldogs will DO shake… Lol Keep up the good work!!!

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    Great job Bruce! With bulldog's I would train them to not pick up things that drop. If I'm in the kitchen cooking and I drop something, Tyson will not bolt for it. Instead he'll look at what I dropped, then look at me, and wait for me to say ok or not. LOL That's harder than you think, also "drop it" so maybe with a ball or toy, train him to drop it. (let it go) that way if your ever outside and he picks up something he shouldn't - he'll drop it. Keep up the great work!

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    Great Job Bruce!!


    Thanks and much Love,

    Melissa - Ellie's Mom

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    Great work!! 'leave it' or as Jessica suggested ' drop'
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