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Re: Looking for cues

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Nick – Not sure if useful but Loki looks to cue quite often – I’d say every fifteen seconds or so –  am always saying ‘onyougo’ or doing a visual cue for that – I try to always respond because I look at it like he’s communicating with me – so I should respond – either verbally or non verbally – I want him to get a response.  Then every once in a while I change the cue and make is a recall or a wait or a sit – just to check he is listening to me.

I’ve noticed that when I walk the puppy (a 7 month old) she copies Loki and she looks to cue even more often than he does (she’s a bit worried about being left alone I think) – so I respond to her too. The 8 yr old girlie that also comes with us doesn’t look to cue so often – but her recall is 100% – I guess her owner doesn’t often respond when she looks at him  ??? :-\  – I walk the three of them together most weekends – so is interesting to watch the differnces. I always go alone with them too – so I don’t see how their owners usually interact with them tho…

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