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|11-15-2010, 03:56 AM||#1|
Senior Yorkie Talker
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Athens Greece
Learning tricks to two Yorkies
I have two Yorkies 1 and a half year old each and they are both trained.
Now I'm trying to learn them some tricks.
They love it and they learn pretty fast.
The problem is that I can't teach them when they are both around because when I focus on one of them the other one is getting in the way. (jealousy!!!)
When I try to separate them they feel awful because they're not together and they can't concentrate.
They have different learning skills and I need to teach the same thing differently to each one of them, so we start the lesson and we always turn out playing and not learning.