How To Train a Dog

The RETRIEVE – Highly developed Guidelines – Great Retrieve – Bring FETCH – Pet dog Teaching Online video





A several weeks ago I posted the essential FETCH video with Duane. By now you ought to have that somewhat down or at the very least be practicing it.

This 7 days I want to show you some more highly developed tips on the retrieve. Some phone it the Bring or FETCH command. In either situation, some of these ideas will make it a lot more exciting and fascinating.

There are various factors if you want to get it up to a aggressive stage. Lots of are covered in this video. If you want to see the comprehensive video run in excess of to my member’s only part. All of my comprehensive movies are there. Simply click on the be part of button and I will see you within.

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32 comments

  1. Wow this is so helpful! I love this video so much!

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  2. Another great vid Robert. Thanks

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  3. Cheers Robert – Great refresher and tightening up on my existing retrieve with Zen – Your videos Greatly Appreciated !

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  4. Robert, would teaching fetch as you do at all help in retrieving a person to come when the calling person is on the ground? My Honey and I are working on teaching our GSD 8 month old boydog to be a service dog for me as I am a 21+ year long survivor of brain cancer with multiple recurrences. In other words, if I fall and really cannot get up, I need Gus to go get her for me.

    Associating Dani as one to go get, or "fetch" in this case, seems to make sense to me. I am hoping for some helpful advice and guidance here.

    MANY thanks to you for all your very helpful videos. Gus is doing GREAT as a result. He sure loves to learn, as do I of your methods with him. He brings a ball or stick back to me without ANY problem at all.

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  5. You should remind people that your dog is 8 years old
    It would be really nice to see you working with a 1year-old Belgian and see if you get the same results as goofy I'm just saying

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  6. Great video. Thank you, for sharing your knowledge.

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  7. I'd like to think dogs after 50,000 plus yes by our sides could evolve more than to be an endentured servant

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  8. Doesnt teach us how to actually teach this tho . . . .

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  9. how can I learn from u sir ,to train dog?

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  10. Great workout

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  11. Looks like you did a great job helping out Joe Robinet with his dog Tripper! Very professional channel you have here, wish you the best! New Subscriber here ๐Ÿ˜€ – Cheers!

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  12. I just joined the membership stuff and the first video I watched about prong collars WOKE ME up! The full videos unbelievably are MORE informative if that could even be possible. I had no idea! 10 bucks a month? STEAL of a DEAL!

    I've had lots of training (notice 'I'?) and I know I need more so I don't make mistakes that truly take you back to an earlier version, losing all the work one has done. I was taught how to use a prong collar twice 'professionally' and I've looked it up, I talk to anyone who has had dog training, I've listened to other professionals on HOW TO use a prong collar…yet, oh my Gosh, Robert! I've been putting that collar on OVER my dog's head. And to have one of our dogs get loose, is sign, high octane husband, catastrophic bunny stomping, and hubby has watched me do flying tackles that didn't turn out so well for me at this age.

    I'll be asking questions an awful lot; such as how to recapture our dog when they manage to get loose! How not to make such a big deal of it. I've been trying to only use my 'couch' voice they know. Hubby not so much. But it always ends up a tackle after cornering them in one of the sheds with hyperventilating cats and bunnies! My knees are Tomboy knees but shoot. Scars on top of scars, grins!

    We are working on getting this property completely fenced but that isn't such a big deal. They don't run away. They just RUN with these big big grins!! I am thinking about a 100 foot rope? Lots of pine trees for them to learn how to get untangled from but they'd be able to RUN.

    I KNOW we have to get the COME down!! That is tough without fences. We are working on small space come right now. And, I've got to ask about whether using my voice is helpful at all.

    The second they disobey the command I growl. Sort of a natural thing for me even with humans and poor hubby! The second they turn to obey…something…the second they do right I change my voice, MY ENTIRE DEMEANOR, they seem to respond quite well and sigh, I don't have to do any yelling or frantic moves or frustrated moves! I dunno. This just evolved from one of my weird habits. But I am able to completely change my voice and body to be the calm lovable mommy they know when they respond correctly. Shoot, is this too weird?

    We are out to get the proper sized and proper brand of prong collar.

    Chain collars ARE DANGEROUS. Prong collars won't break tracheas or necks when hubby or my police dog trainer use their testosterone. Prong collars are safer and help to 'soften' the hands of the owners! If those owners understand how testosterone works against us while training dogs…assertiveness is a perfect word for a trainer! I've tackled hubby a few times to make HIM 'gentle'. Garfed up knees, lower arms and legs, a few broken ribs and a broken nose is no big deal trying to train BIG dogs. Since 4 weeks old!! I know I know…we rescued these two puppies is what happened. Then hubby had a heart attack, quadruple bypass, kinda slowed the training down a bit and I am more able to convince him to learn objectivity sooner than later.

    Training a dog or two big high predator drive dogs with a PARTNER is a big big trick. Both trainers HAVE TO use the same words, know how to be VERY FIRM yet how to immediately reward even if it is 'good'. Robert, have you an insights on how to train in a partnership? I am finding I have to train hubby surreptitiously. One of my boys doesn't understand what the brother I am working with knows. Not even close yet.

    We switch dogs now but arghhhh…hubby sort of undoes what Jack 'my' dog has learned. My hubby has a big heart, he is a brilliant guy, but never had a dog of his own. No pets at all. Having wifey trying to explain how to change to be more successful with 'his' dog is like walking on eggshells. I think this might be an excellent video or talk to create. The ENTIRE family needs to be trained on how to MAINTAIN any training that has been done with their canine family member. Tricky issue and it usually trickles down to harmful and confusing to the dog!

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  13. Here from Joe, amazing Work!

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  14. Joe sent me love the channel ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ‘Œ

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  15. New Subscriber from Joes Channel! Canโ€™t wait to binge your videos and learn!

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  16. Joe said go….so I did…to your channel ๐Ÿ™‚

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  17. Robert you have my dogs small dumb bell lol : ) Lovely job both of you : ) Thanks : )

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  18. Found you via Joe Robinet and Tripper , look forward to learning a lot. Going to need it, about to welcome a pupper to my home soon.

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  19. Joe Robinet sent me… digging your videos so far. Subbed and liked

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  20. Is this training technique best practiced with a dowel or any flat or tubular object first and then with a ball or does it matter? It seems it is easier to get the dog to hold/out the object if it is a dowel or flat object/dumbbell shape.

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  21. Goofy is soooooo cute! I want him! ๐Ÿ˜€

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  22. Reminds me of me and my wife ๐Ÿ™‚

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  23. Here from Joe robinet! Just showing some support!!!!

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  24. what do you do if your dog is nervous with new people?

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  25. Kรถnnen Sie deutsch?

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  26. Do you have any tips for this?

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  27. Robert, Joe Robinet sent me I have a question my dog is afraid of tall men and vehicles

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  28. Joe Robinet.

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  29. Joe robinet sent me lol. Tripper did really well in the boat.

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  30. Agree with you on the forced fetch. I find that whole process rather disturbing and deeply unpleasant for the dog. Great video.
    Could you also teach us the terminology for the positions – for example "present" is the front position, holding the dumb bell.

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  31. i've come over from joe robinet ๐Ÿ˜€ thinking about getting myself a german shepard or rotty in the next few months and would love to train him/her as best i can so hopefully i can learn as joe is ๐Ÿ™‚

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  32. I heard about you from Joe Robinet. Sounds like you have your stuff together! Do you also train tracking dogs?

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