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    Quote Originally Posted by sstewart2010 View Post
    Yeah my Leroy is the same way! He chooses what he wants to do & he catches on very quickly. It took me a matter of minutes to teach him how to "shake" for me Yes I still need a motivator in my left hand (treat, kibble, etc...) but he follows my command every time. It's funny too b/c now every time I tell him to "sit" he lifts up his paw to shake to get a treat. Gotta love Bullies!
    Lmao same here n if she's being bad n I make her sit she waves at me like "hello mom I'm doing it give me a snack "


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    Default Re: Surprised, should I be?

    They are smart and wonderful. I am not surprised by what is going on. Bullies ARE smart. But the dog world for the most part seems to want dogs that instantly obey. You can see a Bully thinking and deciding if it is a good idea or in their best interests. I would much rather have a Bully than a dog that is blindly obedient. With an obedient dog that is bred to please it is a monologue. With a Bully it is a dialogue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by porkysmamma View Post
    We potty trained with treats after about 2 weeks she picked up on the fact that when she pottied shed get treats soooooo she started squatting multiple times n then sitting at our feet "waiting" n when she didn't get anything she'd walk around n hunch up to fake a #2 n she'd even grunt n everything lol I took her to the vet thinking she had a uti nope just a smart little bully they r very intelligent but can be stubborn too


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    So funny when its really cold outside sometimes mack fakes a #2 as well bc he thinks then he gets to go inside

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