Labrador Training

Labrador Retriever Puppy Education 4 to 6 Months





Here’s an overview of Labrador Retriever Puppy Education among 4 and 6 months.We deal with fundamental obedience, socialization, and hunting workout routines.

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The Labrador’s temperament as a type, enjoyable, outgoing and tractable mother nature. Labradors’ feeling of scent will allow them to residence in on just about any scent and stick to the path of its origin. They frequently keep on the scent until they obtain it. Navies, military services forces and police forces use them as detection pet dogs to observe down smugglers, intruders, terrorists and black marketers. They are acknowledged to have a extremely gentle feel to the mouth, as a final result of staying bred to retrieve activity these as waterfowl. They are susceptible to chewing objects (nevertheless they can be experienced to abandon this behaviour).

Labradors have a track record as a extremely even-tempered breed and an fantastic family doggy. This involves a good track record with little ones of all ages and other animals.Some strains, significantly these that have ongoing to be bred particularly for their competencies at working in the industry (instead than for their physical appearance), are significantly fast and athletic. Their enjoyment-loving boisterousness and deficiency of dread may perhaps require teaching and business dealing with at instances to make sure it does not get out of hand—an uncontrolled adult can be fairly problematic. Girls may perhaps be somewhat extra unbiased than males. Labradors experienced at around three years of age just before this time they can have a major degree of puppy dog-like energy, generally mislabelled as staying hyperactive. For the reason that of their enthusiasm, leash-teaching early on is suggested to prevent pulling when complete-grown.Labradors generally appreciate retrieving a ball endlessly (generally obsessively) and other forms of activity (these as agility, frisbee, or flyball.)I hope you men appreciate!

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33 comments

  1. I use “where is it?’ “where is it?” And she learned to hunt for missed object.

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  2. Can we PLEEEEEZE give MR. Noname a name? I vote for jake. Then u can show us name change techniques for those who adopt rescues. 🤗👍

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  3. Stoonie: "Hey pig do you MIND?"

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  4. Great exercise, but if you do that in the spring time where I live, the dog will get bit by a rattlesnake.

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  5. Lol…The pig! Just wants to hang out…🤣😆

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  6. What you are saying about an increase in temp affecting your dog is so true. This is why wolves predominantly hunt in early morning and evenings.

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  7. Your videos are very inspirational. My new female black lab will be coming home at the end of October when she is eight weeks old. Can’t wait to start training her with what I have learned in your videos!

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  8. How old is the black lab ? I have a fawn(golden) labrador back here in India. 8.5months old weighing nearly 24kg. I keep him fit by giving him walks almost 5 times in a day and nearly amounting to 3km a day. And yes my lab is a vegetarian. I dont feed him chicken meat or so. Curd, Rice, and so.e typical indian food which keeps his stomach healthy.

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  9. That truly is an amazing dog! I’m hoping that when I take home my started puppy next month, that he will be as eager to learn and as confident as yours.

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  10. You are inspirational Stonnie 🙂 I try as much as possible to put into practice the ideas you explain.
    Also love the Dog With No Name song LOL

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  11. 1:45 that's a fat labrador…

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  12. I love your video's I just got my second black lab cross. My first black lab Dozer is great but the new one Cooper is proving more challenging and your video's have been very helpful. Thanks for all the great video's.
    Mr no name is awesome!! I think you should name him Pebble. Stonnie and Pebble so awesome!!!!

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  14. I wish I could send you my lab . He is kicking my butt. He my second lab and the most hyper dog I have owned. The last lab I trained to retrieve ducksand hunt . This guy I have work 200 % more and got 20% the result of my last lab. Watching this/your pup work is frustrating .

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  15. Stonnie, I have my service dog in training and he knows how to come, sit, stay, lay, wait and a hole lot more he is 5 months and a great pyrenees. But he is not wanting to come when called now. What can I do to fix this?

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  16. Do you ever train Golden Retrievers? I have 2 at 18months old and i never see any:)

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  17. I watch your channel for tips on my 2yr old English Lab. Last weekend I was at a farm event in PA and a lady had her puppy near my dog and she flipped when my lab went eagerly to sniff. She hollered “they said no more than 3 seconds.” I said “who” she replied smugly…”my trainer.” I never herrd that in all my days. In this video when that dog is going up steps you mention when will they ever learn new things. What’s your take on the 3 second rule that lady proclaimed??

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  18. Thanks for the great videos! I’m learning so much and they are helping me train my 15 week old Clumber Spaniel. Love the straight forward calm training advice!

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  19. Stonnie do you have an alternative for the feathers in the sock?.

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  20. Great Video ,excellent training of the no name dog.

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  21. Great video, my Golden/Mal mix loves this kind of fun at 21 weeks

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  22. random question, what is the brand of the leash that u always use?

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  23. Awesome video, as always!! 2 more days till picking up puppy.  Now my brain is like "oh mannnn….I hope I can remember all that Stonnie said"!!    When in doubt, I'll just go out and do some $h*t with the dog….and I know it will be fun for both.

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  24. Thank you Stonnie! Awesome vid as usual!!

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  25. Stonnie the calm easy manner you train your dogs really is the best practice. Thank you for each video!

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  26. So is his name for sure 'Mr. No Name'?

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  27. I’m getting a black lab in June and I can’t wait!!!!

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  28. My 19 week GSD puppy and I found our own small challenges course while walking today. It's a bunch of random exercise equipment built near a walking path not far from where I live. Lots of metal/wooden bars and planks at various heights and some boulders to climb on. I had my puppy jump over the lower bars and put her front paws on the higher ones. She really seemed to enjoy it. There was one low metal plank for her to walk across, at first she wasn't sure what I wanted her to do with it but eventually she got all 4 paws on it and got a treat. On the way back she wanted to try again and walked the length of it like she'd been doing it all her life. I was really proud of her, think I'll be taking her there more often now. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  29. When are you going to name mr no name

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  30. Great videos! I almost feel guilty they are free. Do you recommend English or American type Labs? Don't hunt but very active and looking for the healthiest version I can. I have heard American (Field types) are more prone to ACL/CCL problems. What are some pros and cons that you see in each?

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  31. I laughed out loud at the pig wondering into the video! 😅

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  32. alot of people trying to train their own dogs don't realise how important it is to explore with their young dogs. just a simple walk in the woods or a river bank helps alot. good video stonnie

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  33. Omg!!! I love your videos. I have 2 labs aged 5 and 3!! Since watching your videos my training has improved. Thank you so much. So grateful!!!

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