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This video shows, how my dog can growl on command.
Because of many people asking on how I train this, I uploaded a newer version of a training session, where I train the command:

Turns out, that using the sniffing noise as command could be difficult, if you ever get a cold. The dog tends to growl, when you sniff all the time. Lol. My bad.

I now changed the command to the word ‘Growl’ for now, i have to see, if something else fits better.
But I can change that, whenever i need to.

22 comments

  1. My god he's beautiful.

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  2. He's beautiful! πŸ˜—β€οΈ

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  3. Omg your dog is beautiful. Xx

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  4. very well trained…

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  5. Shepherd's are awesome !! πŸ™‚

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  6. holy crap that is a deep bark

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  7. this is nice, do you think they are changing to teach barking for protection in these days? I prefer growing.

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  8. Oh man, I need my boy to do this with the creeper tweakers that live next door.

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  9. Can you show us him growling at someone else on command or like just not looking at you?

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  10. kannst du mehr Videos mit deinem gsd drehen? πŸ˜› Zb sowas wie eine Tages routine

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  11. I once had a Dobe. I trained her to "get him". I'd say that and she would strain against the leash. It was pretty scary, but it was also kinda real.
    Β She'd get worked up if I repeated the phrase. I just wanted her to act intimidating, but yelling, "get him" over and over ended up with her being too excited. I couldn't be sure, had I let go and had someone been on the receiving end of my "get him", that my dog wouldn't really attack.

    I just adopted another Dobe pup. I'm going to try again.
    Only this time I'm going to use a command that is just as quiet and matter-of-fact as saying "sit".
    I need to figure out how to make her growl and her bark sound threatening while at the same time have her enjoy it. I want her to be happy and relaxed on the inside while on the outside it looks as if she's threatening.

    I live in a quiet suburb. The last thing I need to do is train an already "dangerous" breed to seem even more dangerous.
    I'm pretty sure this isn't a wise idea for training.
    I'll let you know how long it takes for me to be run out of town!

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  12. very impressive

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  13. would it be okay if I teach my dog how to growl when I say measuring tape

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  14. Brilliant well trained dog!

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  15. Impressive growl from a great looking dog. I'm going to teach my girl that one. Knurren!

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  16. your dog is AWESOME

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  17. That was IMPRESSIVE! My boy isn't neutered and has a very deep intense barking voice, but I've never heard him growl. People need to know that neutering changes the voice (and mannerisms) a lot. Police dogs sound rather puppyish because they normally get neutered at about 2 years old. The chest fills out at about 3-4.

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  18. Hey i heard that teaching this can be dangerous, but me being stubborn as usual i'm gonna teach this to my dog but i just have a question: How can I MAKE SURE my dog sees this as a TRICK and not aggression?

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  19. Great video πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing both πŸ™‚

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  20. This is so awesome. I will teach my White German Shepherd to growl (not to be agressive!) for protection. I wonder which subtle cue I could use though? The same cue the man uses will be inconveinient, since I often sniffle due to allergies. Any ideas for subtle cues?

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  21. Amazing job training our four legged friend so well!

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  22. Hey mygiguser,
    Would you like to feature your dog on my YouTube channel?
    Go ahead and check it out since putting a link will probably send it to spam.

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