Sunday, 15 February 2015

Watch this Pig named Amy who thinks she's a Dog

Adorable little pig named Amy thinks she's a dog and is coined as the smartest dog ever trained by her owner, where Amy recently topped in dog training classes with top scores in agility, obedience and puppy manners from the US state of Seattle

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Remember whenever you are in a new place and have that terrible identity crisis and in nervousness start copying others to get along with the new environment as one of them? Well this certainly has been the case with newborn animals who are brought up with other animals as they start thinking they are one of them like this lamb brought up with dogs things she's a sheepdog, but how about when the same newborn is brought up by a owner who specializes in training other dogs ? Well the results are the same but with a difference of being trained and being copied. Well this was the case with 5 year old pig named Amy who was brought up by her owner Lori who is a certified dog trainer and has trained several dogs in the past but she was the first pig in the family.
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Cute pig Amy clearing the hurdles during her Seattle dog agility training classes
Amy although a pig having being brought up by a dog owner now things she's a dog and does the same activities as an average dog. The little Oinker Amy is actually quite determined for a pig and trains daily to beat her fellow dogs in upcoming dog competitions. Amy's owner Lori states that "Amy is the smartest dog she has ever trained!" and would do anything for her delightful treats.
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Cute pig Amy fetches a bone prop during her retrieval training just like a dog
Little Amy recently graduated from the puppy manners class and has now moved on to agility and obedience training classes for dogs in US state of Seattle where the instructors are impressed by the little pig's agility and obedience during training and say Amy certainly makes one hell of a winning dog combination.
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Cute pig Amy clears the hurdles during her dog agility training in Seattle obstacle course training for dogs
Little Amy was introduced to Seattle dog agility class by her owner Lori where she took permission of the instructor to bring her pet pig to attend the classes and since a pygmy goat was also attending the classes, the instructor approved her request to add a pig who thinks she's a dog to her class.
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Cute pig Amy sits on her feet during her obedience training in Seattle Dog obedience classes
Adding a pig to the dog class was a boon for the Seattle dog agility class as Amy quickly became one of the best students with her impressive athletic skills in agility and obedience which also included becoming a great bone retriever where a wooden prop was used for the omnivore.
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Cute Amy the smartest dog ever trained who actually is a cute little pig

Where other animals thinking themselves as dogs act like them, Little pig Amy was trained like a dog and shows absolutely no doubts in her skills as a dog. While Amy is topping in most of her dog classes she's quite a treat lover and wouldn't do a a task unless offered a treat unlike dogs who after a while automatically start doing the training sessions without any offered treats. Well guess little pig body can't sustain that much of energy as a dog does and must be the reason why Amy prefers to have treats for doing these extra curricular activities of fetching, clearing hurdles and solving puzzles or maybe a motivation kick starter.

Charlie the Pig thinks he's a dog

Little Amy will enter the Seattle Kennel Club early in March with her new found identity as a dog as the pig takes on other dogs with her little dog skills she learned during the classes. Way to go Amy you certainly showed us that dogs,cats ,pigs and other animals are all fundamentally the same and can do wonders with a bit of training and lots of pet love from their owners. ♥ :)