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Using Rewards In Dog Training /2 Minute Training Terms Episode 3/ Dog Training 

Using Rewards In Dog Training /2 Minute Training Terms Episode 3/

– We all know someone, maybe it’s a friend or a family member, who says that their dog always listens to them as long as they’re holding a piece of food. What we really want is a dog who listens to us whether we have food or toys or nothing at all. Just our voice. We’re gonna talk about rewards today in our Two-Minute Training Terms. Welcome back to McCann Dogs. I’m Ken Steepe, and here comes the part where I play a G-chord on my acoustic guitar, and Hippy…

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Teach Your Dog to Jump over a Bar | Dog Tricks Dog Training 

Teach Your Dog to Jump over a Bar | Dog Tricks

Teaching your dog to jump over a bar is a fun, energy burning trick great for rainy days and bad weather. Keep in mind, though, when you’re teaching this trick that it is important that you teach your dog to jump in good jumping form. If you don’t, your dog is likely to knock down the bar, and they’re more likely to get injured. When you think about good jumping form you want to think of the dog rounding their back out as opposed to hollowing their back. Think jump…

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PetSmart Puppy Training: Come and Stay Cues Dog Training 

PetSmart Puppy Training: Come and Stay Cues

Today we are going to learn come and stay Hey its Aaron and Guppy and today we’re getting some puppy training tips with Shannon! Guppy! How do I get him to come to me when I call him? Ah, yes. That is an age old question that a lot of people have. So a lot of people think that your dog should just automatically know how to come to you. That’s usually not the case. You have to kind of teach them what it is that you want. You got…

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Using Corrections in Dog Training : Using Leashes to Correct a Dog Dog Training 

Using Corrections in Dog Training : Using Leashes to Correct a Dog

The leash is your correction connection. This is a phrase coined by myself at Doggy Steps Dog Training to instill to the customer how important the leash can be in letting your dog know that you’re the boss. When used appropriately, you can use your leash for corrections to stimulate the dog’s brain to get him out of any incessant behavior. With my dog Kugel, let’s just say, for example, I’m on a walk and he’s about to either pick something up or sniff something that I don’t want him…

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Teach a Dog to Drop It – Get polite mouth control with Tug Dog Training 

Teach a Dog to Drop It – Get polite mouth control with Tug

Today we’re talking about how to teach your dog to release things in their mouth. Whatever you’re doing right now—DROP IT!—and watch this video. Ian here with Simpawtico Dog Training and before we take a closer look at Drop It, please make sure you’re subscribed so you never miss any of our videos. Also, don’t forget to check us out on all the major social networks so we can get better acquainted. And don’t forget to check that YouTube description for notes, links and resources about the stuff we talked…

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How to Train a Brain – Crash Course Psychology #11 Dog Training 

How to Train a Brain – Crash Course Psychology #11

So if the name Ivan Pavlov rings a bell, it’s because his experiments are among the most famous in the history of psychology. His work contributed to the foundation of the behaviorist school of thought that viewed psychology as an empirically rigorous science focused on observable behaviors and not unobservable internal mental processes. Even though today we view psychology as the science of both behavior AND mental processes, Pavlov’s influence was tremendous. His research helped pave the path for more experimental rigor in behavioral research, right up to the present…

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How To Pick Out A Puppy | Mossy Oak Kennels Dog Training 

How To Pick Out A Puppy | Mossy Oak Kennels

The first thing I would do is decide what breed I wanted. Then I would start research on that particular breed and what I would look for there would be any health issues in the line. You have to look at the litter, you have to look at the puppy. If a puppy comes to you and the tail is in the proper position. If his tail is too high, he is going to be a dominant dog and a little tougher to train. if it’s tail is too low…

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Service Dog Training: Pulling up Window Blinds -actual training- comparison of 2 dogs Dog Training 

Service Dog Training: Pulling up Window Blinds -actual training- comparison of 2 dogs

Learning to Draw up the Blinds: Actual Training Footage Both dogs have previous experience with tugging. See link to ‘tug’ video above. This task requires those behaviors so the dog learns to manipulate her teeth and mouth better. Start playing with a sturdy drapery cord like a cat toy. Mark and reward any interaction. Jessie tries a new behavior with it. Lucy plays with it a little differently. To get her to back up (and increase tension), I shorten the cord. Successful! Next session, we move the game towards the…

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Guide dogs train for air travel in Portland Dog Training 

Guide dogs train for air travel in Portland

Line:92% NOT HAVE THE POWER AND POLICY TO HAVE BEEN ADVANCE. CHRIS: SPEAKERS INCLUDED SENATOR MARIA CANTWELL OF WASHINGTON, OREGON’S JEFF MERKLEY, AND REPRESENTATIVE EARL BLUMENAUER. AIRPLANES IN PORTLAND ARE GOING TO THE DOGS, THE GUIDE DOGS THAT IS. DOZENS OF GUIDE DOGS IN TRAINING LEARNED TO NAVIGATE AN AIRPLANE TODAY. ALASKA AIRLINES AND HORIZON AIR HOSTED THE PUPS AS THEY PRACTICED BOARDING A PLANE AND MANEUVERING THROUGH THE CABIN, STAFF WITH THE ORGANIZATION AND STAFF WITH THE ORGANIZATION GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND ALSO PROVIDED TRAINING TIPS FOR THEIR…

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Teach Your Dog to Take a Bow, Part 2 | Dog Tricks Dog Training 

Teach Your Dog to Take a Bow, Part 2 | Dog Tricks

They’re going to have to pay attention to what you’re clicking and rewarding. Yes. I’m getting a little duration on that, too. Notice, that I am not feeding him out of my hand, because I don’t want him coming right back up to me. I want to get a little duration. I’m going to wait that out. Yes. So your job as your dog’s trainer is to have really good observational skills. You want to really look at what your dog is doing, have really good timing skills, and that…

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