Muffin Joy

Golden Retriever/Siberian Husky
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Age: 11 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Muff Puff, Muffy, Muffin Puffin, Uffin.

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

February 14th 2005

Playing fetch, running around the yard really fast.

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Favorite Food:
Bacon bits, petigree, purina one.

Favorite Walk:
Our big back yard

Best Tricks:
Sit, Shake Hands, Paws Up.

Arrival Story:
Muffin needed a home when she was 6 mths old so we took her home with us. She loves us and we love her so much. :)

a nice family pet always belong to us :-)

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March 20th 2009 More than 7 years!

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muffin`s diary


February 19th 2013 4:25 pm
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i got scared, something scared me down back-porch,can anyone help me to find out why my dog was scared? muffin seems scared she came into the kitchen then we had to push her to get her down back-porch wonder what scared my dog? i pet her a little bit, but that didn't do anything, what scared muffin? can anyone comment for ideas to help me about this poor dog? sure be nice to have some ideas of how to make dogs not be scared...

Help: Muffin...


Shake Hands.

June 17th 2011 1:07 pm
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i learned how to shake hands today here are the steps #1 "With your dog sitting before you, hide a treat in your hand, low to the ground. Encourage your dog to paw at it by saying "get it" and "shake" Reward your dog with the treat the moment his or hers paw comes off the ground." #2 "Once he or she is able to do this with 75 percent success rate, up the ante and raise the height of your hand." #3 "Transition to using the hand signal. Stand up and hold the treat behind your back and extend your other hand while cuing "Shake" support his or hers paw in the air while you reward him or her with the treat behind your back. Remember to only reward him or her while he or she is in the correct position - with his or hers paw in your hand."




June 16th 2011 2:42 pm
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iam going to learn how to Sit and you can to! just by looking at the video and reading my diary to Sit you need treats to reward your dog and heres how to make your dog Sit your dog sits on his or hers hindquarters and remains there until released. that's just nothing you need to know a bout but heres the real way of how to get your dog to Sit #1 "Stand or kneel in front of your dog, holding a treat in your hand a little higher than your dog`s head" that's the first level... #2 "Slowly lure his or hers head by moving the treat straight backwards towards his or hers tail. This should cause his or hers nose to point up and his or hers rear to drop. Some dogs may be squirmy, or may keep walking backward. If this happens, just keep moving the treat until your dog eventually sits. Sometimes it helps to start near a wall, so your dog cannot move too far back." #3 "The instant your dog`s rear touches the floor,release the treat. It is the timing of the release that will let your dog know the goal behavior." and that's how you train your dog to Sit! have fun and leave a comment if there's any thing wrong with learning it :) i hope you enjoy the trick!!!

P.S. to say the trick say it like this "Sit."

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