How To Train a Dog

How To Build Management With Your Doggy – Experienced Doggy Education Recommendations





In this movie, we are heading to converse about how to establish leadership with your pet dog. Gone are the days of establishing on your own as the “pack leader”. As a substitute, you can established your pet dog up to make the right selections, with fantastic information and facts and wonderful management. What you may see when you might be placing your pet dog up to make the right selections is that they will get started to want to hear to you. They will get started to address you like you are value listening to. Larger drive ranges and extra fulfilling time spent with your pet dog will unlock a planet of possibilities for your pet dog. Employing some of the non-confrontational leadership selections in your pet dog schooling will allow for you to go via the nuisance behaviors a lot extra swiftly.

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25 comments

  1. I hope you enjoyed some of these tips for being a great leader for your dog. If you enjoyed this video, you'll really enjoy Kayl's video about leadership. Here is a link:


    Thanks for watching! ~Ken

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  2. I think crate training is really underrated. We crated our first dog for the first year before slowly giving her free reign of the house because that's what she needed (we got her when she was 10 months old) before we could trust her to not be destructive. Second dog (she was one when we got her), hardly needed to be crated at all before we could let her loose inside the house. It really depends on the individual dog and what they may have been trained with before you go them. Both dogs still loved using their crates even after we stopped crating them. It became their "room". Now, the crate just sits with the door open so the dog can go in anytime she wants to.

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  3. Hi Mcanns we have a 9 month Aussie and she is jumping and play biting BAD to the point were it is becoming a problem. Petco training did not work very well. We love her and we want more help!!!

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  4. Hey there McCann's!! Im trying to socialize my dog(adult dog ~3years) with steps like the parellel walk and other steps! Do you have any advice?

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  5. You seem to be talking about the difference between exercising leadership, which is enabling, and exercising power, which is limiting. Good topic.

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  6. Loved all these videos. I think I made a mistake giving my dog too much freedom at the beginning (I adopted her a month ago). She isn't destroying (👍) but when she's alone, she takes everything from the shelf (shoes, gloves, magazines 😓). Is it too bad if I take her "rights" off now? She isn't crate trained (my second mistake apparently) but I thought I could limit her space in the kitchen with a dog gate. THANK YOU SO MUCH for all these videos!

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  7. Thank you for all your valuable info , I adopted a one yr old American Eskimo full of energy,
    Well, he has no training, i know i have some work cut out for me . I got Toby from someone whom kept him outside at night and most days i figure., he is skittish of alot things but a sweetie, he just never had training. So here we go

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  8. I am a disabled vet. I have a 6 year old rottweiler/shepherd mix. I had help for her first 2 years, but I had to move. Please help. My mobility is limited

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  9. How do you train a puppy to tell you when they need to go outside? My puppy is starting to walk to the back door but if we don’t notice right away he will have an accident. Do I teach him how to speak or do I teach him to scratch the door?

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  10. Really great techniques and easy to follow and understand, would love to see more footage of dog training aswell, thanks for such a fabulous site

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  11. Love your videos! I wish you could do something about that sour sounding G chord following your intros though!

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  12. Hahahah…..humanizing a dog! A dog is an animal! A dog us an animal! Unbelievable! Watch Ceasar Milan.

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  13. When it came to outside I was confident that I had enough training with my 5 and a half month old puppy to come when called so one day I just on clipped her and she didn't run away I know that doing that is stupid but I knew she would listen

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  14. Hi, how do I stop my 10 week old puppy to stop biting and barking ? I watched your other videos about it but it doesn’t seem to be working.
    Thanks

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  15. My pup still bites a lot and when I am holding her and correcting her she gets really made. I usually hold her until she calms down. Not sure that is the best thing to do. Trying to take a leadership role

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  16. "We abducted a 9 year old" DEAD

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  17. Awsm tips.. New subscriber 🙂 ur methods are helping me with my 7 months old shihtzu..
    When we leave our pup alone at home ,he bites our toes as soon as we return n enter the home, why is this so? Can u guide in someway .. Thanks

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  18. Hi ken! so a little unrelated topic to the video, i currently have 2 puppies (almost about 3 months of age) that i rescued and was wondering if there are any tips or things i should know before i start house training them? The problem is i am the only one who is able to train them as i have no one else to help me, which i know is already a huge red flag. Ive been reading about having two puppies, and it all tells me that i have to focus on training each of them individually, so i was wondering if theres something i can do to make that happen. any help would mean a lot, thank you!

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  19. You talk about how to establish leadership with puppies or when you get an older dog but who still new to your life but how do you go about establishing leadership to a dog you've had since puppy but who is now ( in my case) 3 years old and doesn't see me as a leader strongly enough?
    Is it really feasible to go back to the very beginning ( also considering he does already know a lot of the stuff)?

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  20. Great video! Would be happy to have some advice on how to deal with my junior. I really don't know how to handle the situation. I have an 8 month old miniature schnauzer that is not very fond of strangers. He doesn't like being pet or talk to by other people. He starts barking at them and tries to nip them. On the leash I can handle him and if not approach by strangers, he behaves and ignores everyone. The real issue is when I let him off the leash in a park that is not fenced. I let him loose because there are many dogs that he befriended and plays everyday with them. So…sometimes he runs toward strangers that are passing by and starts barking at them. He doesn't bite, but he scares them 🙂 His bark is not aggressive, but more like territorial, as I have learned. Very fast bowwowowowow :)).

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  21. great info just in time!! Thank you so much!

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  22. 100% Agreed! Great video

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  23. Hey my 17 week old border collie fractured her tibia while playing, it wasn't a bad fracture the bone didn't even separate but now she has to wear a splint and vet said to keep her as still as possible for first week and a half as you could imagine keeping a active dog still is hard but on top of that I cant find any videos on the topic on YouTube any tips?

    Its especially hard at night she tosses and turns and I'm afraid if I put her in her crate she will try to stand up and hurt herself I thought about asking her veterinarian about trazodone or another sleep medication any advice on that?

    If you reply I would much appreciate the help.

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  24. Awesome tips! I’m so excited to get my new Pembroke Welsh Corgi Puppy this week! You guys have taught me so much and I’m excited to share it on to my new pup. Thank you for everything.

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  25. Great video! I would love to see more in-depth videos on puppy training. I have a 10 week old Shih Tzu that you can’t get near with out her biting! How long does it typically last? Lol I really want to be able to hold her without being shredded. She has more energy than my last 3 puppies of the same breed had altogether! I have tried treats, exercise and redirection. She is understanding that the door means going out side but how do I get her to connect the idea that the door means potty? Lol

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