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"Freeze", or "stick 'em up", as I prefer to call it, is certainly a crowd-pleaser. It is a habits or trick that is a variation on what we frequently describe as "beg" or "sit quite". For Jack, he does better with a "stick 'em up" due to the fact that it assists cancel his body composition a bit. He's really heavy in the front.

So what we're going to do is look for small variation on what completion result will be. Whenever you're training any behavior, exactly what you would like to know is what the end habits is expected to appear like, then you're just looking at exactly what the canine does and breaking it down into small, achievable steps. What I definitely want to interact to him when I'm training this is that I desire his rear end on the ground and I want to see his paws begin to show up.

So I'm going to use a remote control to communicate to him exactly what he's done properly, what he's getting a benefit for. And slowly, I will form him to the end result. So it's ideal that he remains in a sitting position. That's what we need. I might click just to sit a couple times and reward it. So I click what he's doing right and I reward it. I'm just going to wait to see if he does anything with his feet. I'll even take that little stepping with his feet a bit. I just wait for him, see if he uses anything. I took that.

It's a bit of a waiting game.

Yes, excellent task. I'm looking for those paws to raise up. He's being a genuine good kid simply using me a sit. I can motivate it a bit by type of pressing my hand up and back. Good young boy. I'm going to aim to click when the paws show up as high as they can. Excellent job. I might go for a little duration. When I seem like it appears like exactly what I want it to, I can begin throwing in a cue, when I feel relatively specific he's going to use it. I prefer to utilize my finger, like I'm pointing a weapon at him. Stick 'em up. Excellent. You wish to reveal him the cue and after that get the behavior. Excellent. Good job, Jack.

Now to make sure he understands that hint, I might throw in a few things that I understand that he knows, such as a "down". Excellent. Ask him to sit. Great. I'm going to make certain he's making the connection between the stick 'em up behavior and the cue. I'll try that one. Stick 'em up. Yes, great task. And there you've got it.

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29 Responses to “How to Teach Your Dog the Freeze Trick | Dog Tricks”

  1. Crowd Killer 5.0

    Sep 03. 2016

    Y’all check out my puppy. He knows some tricks too.

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    • Majestic Wolf Girls

      Sep 15. 2016

      “Y’all” check out my pets and I’ll post some training vids

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    • Psyco the Super pup

      Nov 28. 2016

      Armin Salic can y’all check out my baby boy he knows a few tricks I’m going not teach a new One tomorrow

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    • Psyco the Super pup

      Nov 28. 2016

      Armin Salic just checked it out please sub me you awesome your pups are sooo cute and I could use some advise with my pup

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    • Dora S

      Mar 25. 2017

      Psyco of

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    Sep 04. 2016

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    Sep 05. 2016

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  4. Saul Silva

    Oct 08. 2016

    my dog just poops when she is doing that

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  5. Jillian Tayce

    Oct 23. 2016

    This video goes from the dog slightly shuffling his feet to doing the trick perfectly.

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    • Barae Xonore Mouttaki

      Nov 05. 2016

      OMG.. this training session is totally fake .. the dog already know the trick

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  6. Xclusive7 TM

    Nov 04. 2016

    Beagle coonhound mix?

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  7. Barae Xonore Mouttaki

    Nov 05. 2016

    TOTALLY FAKE TRAINING SESSION !
    the dog has being already trained … he just passed from siting to doing it perfectly

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    • Izzy The Chiweenie

      Jan 06. 2017

      Barae Xonore Mouttaki everybody knows he already knows it, their trying to show everybody else how to teach their dog to do it!💕🐶

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  8. 75dbest

    Nov 10. 2016

    My dig is sboil but she got it

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  9. Chhaya Gandhi

    Nov 18. 2016

    gugaratinataknew

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  10. Squeezer

    Dec 09. 2016

    Bull!

    There was a serious edit between her clicking on his moving of a foot and when the dog threw his paws in the air. Either the dog already knew the trick or she used an entirely different method of training off camera.

    This does NOT work people. This type of trainer has been manipulated to tell you that feeding the dog lots of treats for nothing is going to train your dog. That isn’t how it works.

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    • Izzy The Chiweenie

      Jan 06. 2017

      Squeezer I reward my dog for small things and it works all the time :/

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    • Squeezer

      Jan 06. 2017

      there is a difference between feeding treats and training though. Yes dogs will work for food. But there are people who use other methods to train a dog and then suggest they are only using treats to do it as they describe in videos.

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  11. Kiran Patil

    Jan 14. 2017

    Thanks for sharing videos mam…. very good training

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  12. Rashid Jaber

    Jan 27. 2017

    And if what the dog just stayed focusing?
    I tried it with my dog..he just did that
    He didn’t get back

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  13. THE TRUTH

    Apr 11. 2017

    MY DOG IS A DUMBASS

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    • Simran Sandhu

      May 13. 2017

      THE TRUTH HAHAHAHHAHAHHAHA You are not the only one. 😛

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  14. OldManStino

    Apr 12. 2017

    :26 Me too, Jack. Me too.

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  15. Kooja Jones

    Apr 17. 2017

    Title:how to make your dog fat

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  16. Dimitri Bell

    Apr 21. 2017

    he knows the trick

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    May 04. 2017

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  18. Ella Nelson

    May 15. 2017

    Most of these videos the dog already knew the trick. Doesn’t mean the method is invalid. I taught my dog paw from one of these videos and it worked. And the dog in the video already knew it.

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  19. Oscarlaris22

    Jul 08. 2017

    what breed of dog is that

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  20. Oscarlaris22

    Jul 08. 2017

    what breed is this dog

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