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Dog Saves Christmas (cute video)

Yesterday, I posted a Christmas video of dogs taught with the Mirror Method, which includes clicker training. Today’s video features Jasmine, an adorable Havanese, also taught with clicker training. And make sure you watch the bloopers at the end, it’s the best part!

I had the pleasure of meeting Jasmine at Barkworld earlier this year. She’s absolutely adorable and has even been featured on Animal Planet and a variety of other tv shows. Check out her other videos filled with a huge variety of cute tricks.

Enjoy and let us know what you think of Jasmine in a comment below. Happy holidays!

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Lisa Spector

Lisa Spector is a concert pianist, Juilliard graduate, and canine music expert. She is co-founder of Through a Dog's Ear, the first music clinically demonstrated to calm the canine nervous system. Their new high-tech pet gadget, iCalmDog, is the portable solution to canine anxiety. Lisa shares her home and her heart with her two "career change" Labrador Retrievers from Guide Dogs for the Blind, Sanchez and Gina. Follow Lisa's blog here.


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9:41AM PST on Jan 12, 2013

thanks for sharing :)

7:33PM PST on Jan 3, 2013

too cute!

4:26AM PST on Dec 29, 2012

That's how a dog can replace a reindeer. :-)

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6:18AM PST on Dec 27, 2012

Jasmine is clearly smart - and very cute - but I really don't understand why people enjoy doing or watching this sort of thing. Why is training an animal to behave like a human such a good thing? Does it make people feel superior, or in control? Just let them be animals and enjoy it.

5:59AM PST on Dec 27, 2012

Not a fan of animals dressing up and doing tricks. I hope she does love her work.

8:03PM PST on Dec 26, 2012


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10:33AM PST on Dec 26, 2012

Thank you for sharing this adorable video. What a smart dog Jasmine is!

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