Is your puppy destructive or disruptive when left home alone? Puppies can exhibit distressed behavior when their parents leave the house. Your fur baby has no idea when or IF you’ll ever come back. That’s enough to make anyone stress chew a whole couch! You can teach your pup to enjoy being left alone by creating a comfortable, secure environment. We’ll show you ways to help your puppy feel less anxious while you’re away so you can return to a calm canine…and an intact couch.
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How to Train a Corgi – Learn how to train your Corgi obedience and discover tips and techniques you can use in this video. You can also get more information on Corgi training by getting the FREE Dog Training Blueprint at:
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www.pakmasters.com, Professional dog trainer Larry Krohn shows how he teaches dogs to flip into the heel. Many know how to teach a nice heel but leave out one important part that creates that nice flip. Larry services the Nashville, Tennessee and Bowling Green, Kentucky areas.
We had a viewer tell us that their dog wouldn’t take food when they were trying to teach them a new trick. Trick training is meant to be a great way to spend some quality time with your dog, as well as continue to build a strong relationship with them. So what if they don’t seem interested in taking the treats you’re offering? In this video I have listed a few of the reasons your dog may not seem too interested in following food when you’re training them. Keep in mind, if none of these solutions work for you, it is a good idea to visit your veterinarian, to make sure your dog doesn’t have an underlying medical issue. Dogs who suffer from anxiety disorders may also seem disinterested with food during training. As mentioned in the video, if this is happening to your dog, remove them from the stressful situation and find a location where they can be successful. Lots of calm and reassuring praise can be helpful with dogs who are overwhelmed by stress. Ensure that you aren’t taking the fun out of trick training for your dog. Training your dog to do tricks is meant to be fun for both you and them!
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Every person and their dog have a unique relationship between each other. My hope is that I can help you discover the path to life with your dog! On Fridays Doggie Dojo will have dog training content that will help you focus on your goals with your dog, unite in understanding one another, and nourish your relationship to greater life together. Each video will have fun and inspiring content to help you train your dog. I also hope to find out more about you and your dog as the Doggie Dojo community grows to help us all have an amazing life with our canine companions.
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Pam’s Dog Academy (Pamela Johnson) Now offers online classes and personal 1 on 1 online coaching. Play-N-Train Recalls is for ANYONE and ANY DOG! Puppies, Rescues, Athletic dog sport dogs, Pet Dogs and even Old dogs. The games are fun, easy to understand and have step by step written and video instruction.
You can live anywhere Worldwide and take my online classes! It does not matter what time zone you are in. Classes are done in an online classroom and you will have access to handouts, video, training tips and receive supportive feedback/comments from me (Pamela Johnson).
All classes use clicker (marker) training!
100% progressive reinforcement training!
Current Online classes:
Clicker Training Basics
1 on 1 coaching (Where I help you with a behavior, trick or anything you need help with.)
You will see many new videos that are not on YouTube as well as play new recall games that you have never seen before.
New Classes Coming Soon:
Rock Solid Stay
Loose Leash Walking (games & challenges)
Dog Sport Foundations
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Outline of the class:
Positive Interrupter for Recalls
Adding a Verbal/Visual Cue
Surprise Party Recall
Thigh Pat Recall
Chase Recalls (Food, Toy, You)
Ping Pong Recalls
Head Spin Recalls
What is that? Recall
Hand Touch Recalls
Call Away Recalls
Give Me Hugs Recall
Take it on the road
Premack Bowl Recalls
Cat Food Recalls
Whistle (Emergency) Recalls
Take it on the road
Working with multiple dogs on recalls…
Train a Visual Release Cue
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Have a great day with your dog, today and everyday!
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How to Train a Doberman Pinscher – Learn how to train your Doberman Pinscher obedience and discover tips and techniques you can use in this video. You can also get more information on Doberman Pinscher training by getting the FREE Dog Training Blueprint at:
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Personal protection attack dog training video of a 7 month old German Shepherd/ Belgian Malinois mix puppy. Although this dog isn’t old enough to do real guard dog work it is being prepared to do real protection work… sort of like sending a child to karate class. He will finish guard dog training at about 18 months old. Quality protection dog training takes patience, respect, and knowledge. If a dog is trained with yelling and intimidation…how do you expect them to do protection work on a yelling man? Beware of people who sell sport dogs (aka schutzhund trained dogs) as “personal protection dogs. Sport dogs are trained to look pretty doing specific protection routines on a training field and may be confused in a real situation when there is not a bite sleeve or protection suit to bite. Also these types of protection dogs are trained to take stick hits instead of avoiding them and attcking that arm. This is because you can’t hold the stick with an arm within sleeve and schutzhund is a sport that is meant to prove a dogs bravery and show they are worthy of breeding, therefore they are trained to take stick hits that are always used with a stick that won’t really hurt the dog and are always hit on safe spots of the body. This is setting the dog up for failer when they must fight a person for real that is planning on hitting them in the head with an iron bar. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the dog training video of Matrix… another client dog trained by K9-1 Specialized Dog Training and Mike D’Abruzzo. more dog training info at
Don’t waste your money on dog treats in the grocery store. In addition to being loaded with artificial colors, flavors, and ingredients, there’s also yuck-stuff like animal by-products.
Instead, save your money and give your dog human-grade treats you can pick up in your local grocery store. Most dogs go crazy for these delicious treats and you can get a lot of bang for your buck when you chop them into tiny, pea-sized pieces.
This video shows you just how easy and economical it is to make delicious dog treats to make training your dog easy!
Stop your dogs from jumping and barking on guests.
Chad Culp, Certified Dog Trainer, Canine Behavior Specialist and owner of Thriving Canine reviews techniques to work with dogs who bark, jump and become unmanageable when they hear a doorbell. Some dogs jump on guests the minute they come in the door. Chad demonstrates basic as well as advanced training exercise providing suggestions for managing your dog while greeting and entertaining guests.
Dog Training Tips – Episode Highlights:
-How to manage dogs when guests come over (1:40)
-How to manage guests of the dog training exercise (1:58)
-Tether your dog at the door if dog’s training isn’t advanced (2:44)
-Calmly bring your dog around guests on leash (4:00)
-Praise your dog for a job well done (4:47)
-Allow guests to say hi to the dog now that your dog is calm (4:43)
-Practicing this dog training exercise often – even when alone (5:09)
-Desensitize your dogs to doorbells and door knocking (5:18)
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DIY: Homemade Dog Training Treats- Chicken Liver Treats
Don’t freak out about the liver… you’ll see how easy it is to make these treats!
*Disclaimer: Please be aware that I am not a vet, nor a dog nutritionist. I hope that every recipe I share only makes every furry tummy happy. However, keep in mind that every dog is an individual. What might be good for most might not be good for one. Always tailor each recipe to your own dog’s needs and tastes. If your have any questions on your dog’s diet, please consult a professional.
I used a silicon, mini-ice cube tray available on eBay: (as this link is to an eBay seller I cannot guarantee it will still work, if it doesn’t search for mini ice-cube tray). The tray creates pre-formed, small treats – less hassle than cutting up after baking.
This recipe takes about 5 minutes to mix, 5 minutes to bake in the microwave and about 10 minutes to ‘dry out’ in a pre-heated oven.