Mini Pig Training Course 9
Mini Pig Training Course 9. In this course, you will be learning to teach your mini pig 4 fun tricks. We like to mix up fun and functional, however this course is just fun, fun, fun!
- Fist Bump This snout to fist is an adorable way to meet and greet people. It’s also a great cheerleader move like a mini pig version of a high five. Great job! Fist bump! This is a low threat, less intimating way to meet strangers or children. Pigs tend to get nervous around flailing hands. A nice closed hand greet helps avoid any accidental finger nips as well. We think every pig should fist bump!!
- Spin We all need dancing pigs in our life, right? Spin, dance, left/right. You can call this trick whatever you prefer. No matter the name, it is adorable for any age pig. Spin can also be useful at meal time or when company comes over. This trick can get your pig thinking and focused on you so that they are calmer as you approach with meals or as you allow visitors in. Useful and fun!
- Playing the Piano This trick is a crowd pleaser. Mini pigs have a natural talent for piano playing. Another trick for pigs of all ages. You can find a toddler toy piano on amazon or local stores selling toys.
- Hong a Horn Grab a bike horn and get ready for this loud, yet funny trick.
Mini pig training course 9 is a fun one! Join us and let see those piano playing pigs on social media please! #ampapianopigs
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- Lectures 6
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 56 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Students 2
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes