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My 2y/o Great Pyrenees/lab/etc mix loves learning new tricks and practicing his old ones. He gets very excited but still has good focus on me. However, when he's getting too eager, he throws himself in and out of positions I ask for. Especially a simple down – he throws both front paws into the air at once and slams down onto the floor. It can't be good for his elbows, but it's certainly a good reminder of when to dremel his nails again because if I'm standing too close when I cue him, I'm sure to get my arm or legs raked. He can do a "normal" down, but only when he's totally calm. Do you have suggestions for how to teach a more gentle down, or maybe more general tips on helping him stay calm and collected while he's working?

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