Playing "duck, duck, goose" with your dog. All of theand their dog owners form a large circle and all of the teams must be facing inwards. The must be at starting position and on a . One of the dog trainers along with his dog goes on the outside of the circle and goes around everyone (make sure you are walking at a normal pace, not running), then the dog trainer must let a handkerchief fall behind one of the other teams and then continue walking normal. As soon as the dog trainer sees the handkerchief is behind him, he must pick it up and follow the other team along with his or her dog. If they were to catch up with the other team, the dog trainer that threw thehandkerchief must go to the center of the circle and leave his or her dog there. The next team then does the same and so forth. The dog that is in the middle gets to leave as soon as another dog comes into the center. Another variation of this game could be the same way as above, but the dog trainer and the dog sit approximately half a meter away from the other groups. The handkerchief is thrown behind the dog or behind the dog trainer. If the handkerchief falls behind the dog trainer, the dog trainer must point at it. The dog trainer then gets up alone while his dog remains sitting. If the trainer is caught he goes to the middle of the circle and the dog stays sitting out. If the handkerchief were to fall behind the dog, both the dog and the dog trainer would do the round. If they are caught up with, the dog goes to the center of the circle alone and the dog trainer is out.