Dog Relations Accomplishments

Isis

Isis is a very smart puppy. Here she is, just like Nikki and Bella , in a sit/stay on the 20ft lead on a busy New York City sidewalk.

Her greatest accomplishment is that she comes every single time when called . That allows her to go to Central Park and play with other dogs off leash. She also knows: “shake”,”spin”, “jump through arms”, “dance” and “roll over”. We are working very hard on “bang”….all that at the very young age of 6 months.

Here she is doing an excellent “roll over” without getting a hand signal, just a verbal cue! It really is such fun to watch!

Here is a funny behavior I captured:

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