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How to correctly regulate Doggy AGGRESSION!- America&#39s Canine Educator





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Thomas Davis, America’s Canine Educator peels again all the levels of managing presumed dog aggression. It is okay for our dogs to become upset and exhibit intense conduct. The vital is how we acknowledge and regulate intense dogs. This movie demonstrates action by action how to correctly regulate the “aggression”. Framework, romance, and consistency outside the house of instruction are all vital variables in transforming this conduct. Tom describes how dogs react with aggression in response to lack of framework the similar way a boy or girl would react with a lack of respect toward their guardian. As generally we hope you enjoyed this movie on dog aggression instruction. Be sure to subscribe for more terrific instruction strategies and methods from Americas Canine Educator.

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22 comments

  1. Stop repeating yourself and get to the point, so annoying

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  2. one of my fav vids from ya tom. we often have to reframe the dog parents which leads to more of a "lecture" than tactical training techniques. it's all appreciated.

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  3. Ive been researching for a year to help curve my dog’s anxiety behavior and for some reason this is the first video that has clicked. Thanks so much for the great information!!!!

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  4. Does anyone know the breed of dog he's working with in the video?

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  5. Humane and intelligent. If you listen he is not repeating but carefully offering leadership and safety for all involved. I imagine this does involve a thorough knowledge of the situation and ability to communication.

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  6. My dog ​​is a rottweiler with 2 and a half years. Since he was 7 months old 4 coaches have been with him to train the dog, but he is reactive, eats everything he sees above him. He eats the bed, towels and everything that stands above him, including the tab and does not like touches. The problem is that he is big and very strong. It weighs 60kg and behaves like that. Still threatening to attack people he does not know. Can you help me? I am from Brasil.

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  7. Hi there… All the way from Cape Town, South Africa. I love watching your informative videos. It is giving me so much insight. THANK YOU for educating. We need so many more of you in this world <3

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  8. Comment, like video, but too much talk not enough action. Show more techniques on how to correct the unwanted behaviors.

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  9. Omg! I thought I was the only one who compared dog training to child psychology. I don't tell everyone bc some people don't like to compare kids/ humans. Whatev tho. It's legit af.

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  10. This is exactly what I needed to see for my 1.5 year old recently adopted pup! Great advice! Been looking all over the internet and already had one trainer come to my house. Definitely somewhat situational but leadership is key and one of the only things that has worked with my best girl, Winnie. Thanks so much.

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  11. Thomas – you are a legend. Regards from New Zealand

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  12. What a great lecture! So true! I don’t like people in my face and I have the choice to walk away or tell them. Dogs dont have that luxury when they are on leash- and the only way they communicate is with their teeth. I learned my dog doesnt like attention from people, so I dont put him in that situation. He isnt there to be pet by everyone and thats okay.

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  13. Great video! Recently found your channel and have liked/subbed. 14 mo GS here with fear aggression, got him at 8 weeks so it's all on me with some genetics in play here too. Listening to this video, I believe I literally began to feed the fear right into him according to what your saying about paying the dog to perform. He reacted to next door neighbor at night or just even unknown sounds and would low growl or bark. I would recall him backing up 10-15 ft and reward him for the recall/redirect. Sounds like I rewarded him for the growling or barking? Is this correct thinking here? Sounds like I should have bursted the bubble way back then.

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  14. So my question is, after having your dog conditioned like that (in regards to getting a treat every time they sit) how do you recondition them?

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  15. Wow so many comments from people who have the attention span of a 2 year old. Who cares if hes "talking too much" the people are getting their moneys worth and this is free information! NO TRAINER has to share any of their lessons FOR FREE on the internet. Stfu and be appreciative or move along!

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  16. Cesar Milan is soooooo much better and to the point

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  17. It's already been said the owners should know the basic of how a dog and the pack work I would be asking question on the cost of his services and the time spent talking to repetitive. My training takes minutes to explain and is on the fly as he goes.

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  18. GREAT Video!
    I wish every person who ever considered having a dog would watch this video first. Because it's not just about aggressive behavior. It's any kind of bad behavior.

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  19. Show me some training techniques, you keep repeating over and over. Very smart ideas but you repeat yourself too many times.

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  20. HEy! Brother my German Shepherd 6 months become very aggressive when some come to my place. And he literally hates kids he directly bits them. You explain really great plz help me out 🙏

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  21. "Because I said so!" Oh, yeah, I remember those days.

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  22. I have never ever trained any dog I have ever had with food or clickers etc just leadership & praise and I’ve had well trained, respectful & obedient dogs.

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