This video is a tutorial on the basics of the best way to teach a puppy how to walk on a leash. Using a slip collar or slip lead, you can easily communicate to your puppy what you want. Using the leash and collar as a communication tool. So the leash becomes a language of “Pressure” and “release”. This method works on puppies from 5 weeks old and beyond. When you get a puppy they should be at least 6 weeks old. Preferably 8 weeks old. But as long as your puppy is at least 5 weeks old, this simple and effective technique will work. Remember to be gentle and patient. The key to this is patience and consistency. Never stop your forward movement because your puppy is plopping like a potato or yelping. It will sound and look really bad in the beginning but if you can push through that first few minutes, you will quickly have a puppy who can not only walk on a leash but also learn anything else to do with the leash!
Eventually the goal is to fade out food lures in your training to first reward from your pocket without the dog having to see the treat, then occasional food treats, to eventually using something else to reward behavior. Food can be replaced with environmental rewards, toys, play or a variable ratio reinforcement schedule of food.
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How to stop your puppy from biting your hands when he takes treats is not hard to do, but many people make the situation worse by doing the wrong thing.
In this video I address the right way to handle the situation and condition your puppy to take treats with a soft mouth and not BITE your hand. This will also work with adult dogs.
We call this training Taking Treats with a Soft Mouth. Dogs that are mouthy are sometimes falsely labeled as aggressive, but they are not. Using bad technique to counter condition this can make it much worse. iv’e dealt with this countless times in working at animal shelters with rescue dogs as well as puppies from breeders. I think you’ll love this video.
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Max came to us with a good amount fear issue, housebreaking, on leash an off leash obedience issues. On day 2 of training we include confidence building training along with obedience work. We do more of a holistic approach to dog training and behavior modification.
Solid K9 Training offers board and train services for all breeds, and ages. Board and train is primarily for dog behavior modification because doing so, produces fantastically behaved obedient dogs. Solid K9 Training offers both private classes and Board and Train services for dog training and behavior modification. Solid K9 Training teaches basic obedience such as proper leash walking, sit, down and come to puppies (puppy development) and adult dogs alike.
Off Leash K9 Training, Georgia is thrilled to bring world class, veteran owned, obedience training for every dog, regardless of age, breed or size, to Georgia.
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We specialize in the same dog training methods used by military and law enforcement. Using techniques that encompass our core beliefs and philosophy of consistency, fairness and crystal clear communication that will allow your dog to be a well behaved member of society in any situation. We not only train your dog but we also train you to be a better handler which will help strengthen your bond by building your trust and communication.
What separates us from other dog trainers in the area is that in addition to teaching your dog commands, we give you an off leash dog that responds with military/law enforcement K9 speed and precision. We train all breeds with the goal of giving people the true enjoyment of a well behaved 4-legged family member!
Also, our lessons are all private, which means you and your dog get our undivided attention. As I always say, “I have NEVER seen a dog that impressed me in obedience that came from a group class.”
We have several package options including, but not limited to: puppy consultation (start your pup off on the right paw), private hourly basic and advanced obedience lessons, a two week board and train program that you get your pup back fully trained, and even therapy dog training.
But wait… How do you fix behavioral problems? We target the issues you are having while working through our obedience program. In our opinion, behavior cannot be modified without having complete trust and control of your dog. Behavioral modification and obedience go hand in hand. As you are working through our program, we will also be working on the specific issues you may be facing with your dog.
Our most popular package is the 2-Week Board and Train, this is usually booked for a month or two out, so please contact us before paying online or trying to schedule an appointment for this. This is where you drop off your dog, and 2-weeks later you pick up a dog that is flawless outside, off-leash, with distractions! This program provides a little bit of everything, including focuses on practical everyday obedience, manners, and socialization (dogs and people). Additionally, with our 2-week board and train program, we offer a free refresher classes for LIFE. If at anytime your dog starts to not do well on a command, you bring them back in and we do a refresher with you.
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Using treats to reward and to shape behaviors is best done with a treat that a dog loves. Some people will opt to use basic kibble and that is OK, but if you need to step it up, then consider using a high-value food that the dog is going to love.
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These exercises are for all dogs, as most dogs do not like to be handled. This video is the first in a series to come…
I am sorry about the big block of text at the beginning of the video, but it is because this exercise needs to be taken seriously, as if done wrong you can scare a dog, and a frightened dog will bite, as will any animal that is frightened.
If you are worried that your dog is too shy or frightened to work with, you can talk to an animal behaviorist first. Another game you can do is just tossing the dog treats, and feeding the dog his meals by dropping the kibble for the dog following you.
Our new dog came with the bad habit of running off. He wanted to be chased instead of respond to the come command. After researching the internet, we came up with a plan to teach him. We hope these tips help you solve your similar dog problem. DYI Do It Yourself!
Training your new puppy on what it can and can not bite is discussed in this free video.
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Specialty Dog Training is an elite family owned training company run by award winning dog trainers, based in sunny San Diego. We believe in creating an unbreakable bond and a trusting relationship between you and your dog through the use of positive reinforcement, interactive games, structure, consistency, proven and safe scientific training techniques, and excellent timing. We understand that each dog is in individual. For that reason, our training programs are customized to fit your dog and your lifestyle. Our certified trainers specialize in all levels of obedience training and behavioral issues, service and therapy dog training, and pre-trained family pets. Our promise is to provide you with the finest dog training available with our 5-star service and care. Let us help you and your 4-legged family member. Contact us today to learn more! Visit our profile page to learn more!
The Fowl Life joins up with Brad from Mossy Pond Retrievers and get some valuable advice keeping your hunting dog safe during hunts. Learn where to place your dog blind during a field hunt and practice name control so they don’t break at the wrong time. Hunt Theory tip from Season Episode 1 “A Trip Of Firsts”. For more info visit:
In this video, you will see some of the basic obedience course students demonstrating the basic obedience commands using no treats, foods, clicker, force or shock collar. It is possible to train dogs without the use of food, tools and force.
Please watch: “DON’T train your dog with treats.- How to train dogs.”
Puppy potty training doesn’t need to be complicated. But it is frustrating when your potty training isn’t working. There are 4 reasons that people often overlook when training their puppy to pee outside. You may know the steps for how to potty train your dog in “7 days”. But often people reach out to us because they are following all of the steps, and their puppy is still having accidents in the house. We’re going to talk about how to potty train a puppy, but more importantly, how to avoid the 4 most common potty training mistakes people make.
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The secret to getting dogs to stop mounting other dogs is one of communication. Stop dogs from mounting other dogs with help from a certified dog behavioral therapist and master trainer in this free video clip.
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Series Description: Dogs are man’s best friend, but that doesn’t mean that you aren’t going to have to train your dog properly so that he or she knows how to best behave around others. Get dog tips with help from a certified dog behavioral therapist and master trainer in this free video series.
This video shows clips from Landon’s discharge appointment after 2 weeks in our Boot Camp program. Landon showed several aggressive behaviors, and his owner was advised previously to euthanize him. Luckily, he sought out a second opinion.
Here’s a great, super easy to make training treat that your dogs will love! With only a few simple ingredients you can make a great batch of tasty treats that will keep your dogs attention during training times.
If your dog is on a diet then look for lean cuts of meat to help keep their weight down.
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Cold Pressed Raw Coconut Oil
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Please check your dogs dietary requirements before feeding them any new types of treats or food. If in doubt always contact your vet
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