Boo Radley came to the studio with me to help me with a Halloween photo. He was a pretty good boy since we brought his all time favorite snack, cheese.
Later I realized I should have changed the sign. It should have said, “Tricks for Treats.” That’s Boo’s motto of course. It’s probably your dog’s motto too. They all like to be paid for the work they do.
Anyhow, I just wanted to wish you and your family a fun Halloween. Looking forward to seeing all the costumes this year.
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You know it has to be the theme for the 52 Week Project this week. I couldn’t decide what to do with Boo, he’s already been dressed in several costumes for Halloween photos this year but then I thought it would be really fun to make him an emoticon.
Oh, it’s getting close to Halloween. We are really excited and the theme this week for the 52 Week Project is Tricks. Which is perfect because Boo plans on going trick or treating and I let him know he’s got to hold his own treat bag. So we’ve been working on the trick, “hold it.”
Of course it’s a 10 second trick right now. He spits things out pretty fast.
“Give me five” You can see he’s already looking forward to his reward. Honestly, the best trick I could think of would be if he let me cut his nails.
But Boo says, “no.”
This one is, “touch.” Boo Radley uses his nose to touch my hand, we are working on transferring the touch skill so that he can learn to turn the lights on and off. I’ll let you know if that ever works! In the mean time it’s great to get him to concentrate on me when we are working on his training.
The last one is, “stay.” He does, unless he doesn’t want to. It’s another short term trick, he can stay about 30 seconds if he’s really excited. If he doesn’t really care too much about the reward he stays a little bit longer.
Good job, Boo!
Have a great week.
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