Labrador Training

Labrador Retriever Pet Training – sixteen Months





In this online video, we exhibit our Labrador Retriever puppy dog education techniques, techniques, and illustrations.

1st we address our core obedience exercises then we go out back for some environmental socialization, physical exercise, and retrieving get the job done.

The AKC describes the Labrador’s temperament as a sort, nice, outgoing and tractable nature. Labradors’ perception of smell will allow them to residence in on practically any scent and follow the path of its origin. They usually stay on the scent until eventually they locate it. Navies, navy forces and law enforcement forces use them as detection puppies to keep track of down smugglers, intruders, terrorists and black marketers. They are known to have a pretty smooth sense to the mouth, as a final result of being bred to retrieve match such as waterfowl. They are vulnerable to chewing objects (though they can be qualified to abandon this conduct).

Labradors have a track record as a pretty even-tempered breed and an superb family members pet dog. This consists of a very good track record with youngsters of all ages and other animals.Some strains, especially those people that have continued to be bred specially for their expertise at working in the discipline (fairly than for their appearance), are especially rapid and athletic. Their enjoyment-loving boisterousness and absence of concern may perhaps demand education and firm dealing with at instances to make sure it does not get out of hand—an uncontrolled adult can be rather problematic. Women may perhaps be somewhat additional independent than males. Labradors mature at around a few several years of age ahead of this time they can have a considerable diploma of puppy dog-like electrical power, typically mislabelled as being hyperactive. Simply because of their enthusiasm, leash-education early on is proposed to avoid pulling when whole-developed.Labradors typically get pleasure from retrieving a ball endlessly (typically obsessively) and other types of activity (such as agility, frisbee, or flyball.)I hope you fellas get pleasure from!

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24 comments

  1. Mr No Name is just a cover's name. Dude is the real name ;>

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  2. When will Mr NoName get a real name? 🙂
    Fantastic series Stonnie, lovin every minute of it.

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  3. Great Job Guys!

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  4. I would love to have a new Lab but my wife barley lets me in the house.

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  5. Love Charlotte!!

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  6. See the stickers, labs started eating them . Labs eat EVERYTHING.

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  7. My lab pup is 9 months old and kicking my butt. Not my first to train butt. Very very hyper and easily sidetracked

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  8. You’re training is awesome and really positive it’s a shame the majority of American Gundog trainers haven’t caught up with the times and are still using out dated methods.

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  9. Can i teach the smoothness at 3?. Mine is good in basic obedience, distraction training , bring stuff like tv remote and even taught her to hand signals for STOP, down stay up to 30 feet and front. I like following the stick thing . I taught her to look but the stick follow i think is something i like to teach tricks.

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  10. Thanks for this video I always enjoy watching you,great work!

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  11. love your videos, always a pleasure to watch

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  12. Hi watched all your videos my dog responds really well to your techniques. Do you have any advice on how to get him to listen when other dogs are around? As soon as he sees another dog he looses all focus

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  13. The dog is going to explore I dont care if you look like you know what's your going. Every dog is different some wouldn't go 5 feet from the owner but my lab probable ranges a hundred feet around me, but he is trained to come to whistle and e collar.

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  14. You're videos are an inspiration! Thank you Stonnie!

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  15. Hey stonnie, my name is Adrian, I got a dog without thinking, and of course this was my second year living on my own I had just moved out of my parents house, and I’m barely starting his training 1 1/2 year later which really wasn’t smart. But I would appreciate it if you could get back to me I have a couple of questions to see if I’m doing anything wrong especially since I’m late in his training. He knows sit and down also stay but he breaks it a lot.

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  16. thanks a lot, stonnie. it'll straighten up my fetch drill all right! and the stick trick, too! so many small items to help the dog and me with in this video….

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  17. Thank you Stonnie! Quite happy to follow Mr. No Name's progress in real time! Please let us see how you will build the retrieving assets and fine tune the hold conditioning and mouthing down the road. I thank you guys so much for sharing such good knowledge. Peace!

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  18. That lab is magnificent looking. Whoever gets him is one lucky person!

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  19. Mr. Noname is getting big! When are you going to name him? Thanks for the insight, I'll try not to get as frustrated!

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  20. Another excellent, entertaining video, keep up the good work. Would I be right in thinking that some breeds are hard to teach the fetch game? I have a 6 month old presa canario that has been a pleasure to train so far, very intelligent, but he has no interest in going after a ball after the second or third throw. He just looks at me as if to say "I'm not fetching it again, I just brought it back already." it's not a function he needs to learn but I'm just curious if some stubborn dogs simply won't entertain fetch?

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  21. STONNIE, I'M ADDICTED TO YOUR VIDEOS. PLEASE GIVE MR NO MANE A NAME. HE'S SUCH A GOOD DOG. BE WELL AND KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK.

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  22. Stonie I have a dog I'm trying to work with and when I get him in the training environment, he just isn't interested in food work. Have you ever ran into this issue?

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  23. Watching your videos in preparation to pick up our little chocolate lab in a month. You do a great job with your videos!

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  24. What are you using as a treat for the reward?

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