Thursday, June 26, 2014

Why do dogs shake?

Shaking is one of the funniest things that you can teach your dog. The answer to the question “why dogs shake” is simple: because their owner trained them how to do that, and because they can. It is not required to call as special trainer. Shaking is one of the simplest things to teach for dogs. Training can begin at 4-5 months, and the puppy will learn how to shake in 1-2 weeks. Of curse, this also depends on the intelligence and breed of the dog. Anyway, even if your dog is not as intelligent as others, learning how to shake is not such a difficult task. 

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