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Discussion in 'General Dog Forum' started by Flobo, Jul 7, 2018.

  1. Flobo

    Flobo Well-Known Member Registered Partner

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    Has any one watched the clips on youtube of dogs watching magic tricks? Very funny..
    I am going to try and add a link or share one if I can work out how to do it, if not just look it up.(dogs watching magic)..
     
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    Flobo Well-Known Member Registered Partner

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    Ha I did it!! Worked that out all by myself...
    Here's another, enjoy:D:D:D
     
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    We are all going to have to try the blanket one and post the videos here!
     
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    I've just been experimenting on OH but I can't move fast enough - I think I need to get a pole or something to hang the blanket over so I can still hold it up as I move behind the wall. Watch this space...

    If Jasper needs therapy to get over the shock and trauma, I'm blaming you, @Flobo ;)
     
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    Very funny.
     
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    arealhuman Well-Known Member Registered

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    I love the blanket ones where the dogs just look around afterwards like they don't care :D
     
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    I did try the 'disappearing trick', with OH videoing, but it's harder than it looks - you could clearly see me moving off to the side in a gap between the towel and the wall. Plus, OH hadn't included Jasper in the vid at all, which rather defeated the whole object. Apparently I should have spelt this out in my instructions:rolleyes:

    Jasper's reaction was 'I haven't got a clue what you're up to and what you're expecting of me, but I assume I get a treat?' And of course he did:D
     
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    I'm going to try it too but at the moment Harri is more interested in lying around in the heat!
     
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    I’m going to try it on Dennis!

    We definitely all need to post videos trying it :)
     
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    I tried this with Murphy, he was not impressed. He was like, ok shes gone so now I can get on with what Im doing.

    I have seen one vid of them trying this with a bird and the bird seems really distressed that the owner has vanished making alarm screeches and getting really panicked. Its only fun if your pet thinks its fun.
     
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    I tried the blanket one, Jake hadn't a clue what was going on(not unexpected!) my pair of boarders wouldn't stay in the room as I tried to hide behind blanket mostly, and if my daughter distracted them long enough for me to get in place I then couldn't move quick enough to hide on dropping blanket(as JudyN said), defo needs more practise to say the least!!:D
     
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    I tried the blanket thing too. Jimmy just wondered off to look at his (empty) food bowl :confused:
     
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