Book Giveaway {3 Winners}: The Best Dog Tricks On The Planet by Celebrity Trainer @BabetteHaggerty

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Win a copy of The Best Dog Tricks On The Planet book!

Earlier this week, we shared our review and gift recommendation of this fun new book The Best Dog Tricks on the Planet: 106 Amazing Things Your Dog Can Do on Command by celebrity dog trainer Babette Haggerty. We also shared a secret about which trick Daisy & I are learning as a special Christmas surprise for Woof Woof Papa. You can read our review here to find out what the trick is and learn more about what makes this book so paw-tastic!

We’re super excited to host a giveaway and THREE lucky readers will each WIN a copy of The Best Dog Tricks on the Planet, and the publisher has promised to do their very best to make sure the winners receive their prize by Christmas! The giveaway is open to US residents and ends December 18th at 11:59pm ET. Enter below & Good Luck everyone!

Win 1 of 3 Copies of The Best Dog Tricks on the Planet book by Babette Haggerty:

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Comments

  1. Bru knows sit, down, roll over, bang!, give paw, sit ‘pretty’ (on his hind legs), paws up (on a chair), say your prayers (bow his head while paws up), peekaboo! (through your legs, thanks to you and Daisy), and I’m probably forgetting some.  I can’t wait to add to the list!  He’s so smart. 🙂

  2. Dot does a really great retrieve and we are working on teaching her to skip. It’s a hard trick!

  3. Danielle Murgia says:

    Sissy can “shake paws” really well.  She will sit and then give it to you. 

  4. Christine Adamski says:

    I don’t know this is a toughy. My 5 yr old dog can do a bunch of tricks but I want to teach her more that’s why I am entering, anyways her top tricks I believe are play dead, close a door, and grab and keep objects in her mouth. My 14 3/4 yr old dog knows the basic but her ‘special’ trick is that she can wave.

  5. Sharon Gilbert says:

    Schooner and Skipper can high five.  I want to be able to put a treat on their nose and wait for me to say get it!.

  6. Ethelind Calderon says:

    Leo knows all the basics: sit, rollover, down, stay, come, up, bow, crawl, wait, catch, high five, rings the bell to go out, and loves puzzles.  I would love to teach him agility and how to pick up his toys and put them in the box when it time for night night.  lol…

  7. Hula hooping!

  8. Ms Gretchen Ann Luper says:

    My 5 month old puppy can sit, shake and high 5 already but she won’t quit having accidents in house. How can a dog be so smart in one way and so dumb in others

  9. Cindi Decker says:

    My dog can wave, play dead, jump through a hoop, take a bow and say her prayers on a little bench. She also has 3 agility titles. Can you tell how much I love her?

  10. my girl Jada can speak, sit, stay, balance things on her head, shake, high five, lay down, sit up, dance, roll over, and close doors!

  11. Danyelle H says:

    Bailey knows roll over, spin, high five and shake. I would love to teach her to put away her toys lol

  12. sandy weinstein says:

    my  oldest does the most tricks, she prances, dances, plays kickball and soccer, lies down, rolls over, but need some new tricks…jumping thru hula hoops or weaving

  13. Sherry Dornblaser says:

    Tank does “back up” and is really good at it. He will back up like a wide load truck, lol.  We would love to teach him how to do circles.  Oh, he’s also very good at catching treats in mid air.

  14. Shiloh knows lots of tricks- he loves learning new things and its even more important with him to drain mental energy than it is to drain physical energy. My two favorite tricks of his are putting his toys away (but he usually gets so excited doing this that he ends up getting the toys back out to play with, or to put them away again in a never ending cycle lol) and bowling. I set up kids bowling pins on one end of the room, and he pushes a ball across the room with his nose to knock them down! We’re always looking for new tricks to learn, would love this book!

  15. Kelly Ann T. says:

    Artie and Kouga can both spin and then stop and catch a treat.

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