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How to Bag Train & Travel | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Bag Train & Travel | Dog Training

One of the greatest things about having a small dog is that you can take them almost anywhere and include them in your travel plans,as long as you train them to relax comfortably and calmly in their travel bag.To get started,it’s always best to do with a puppy that’s very open-minded but even if your having a adult dog,there are exercises and things that you can do to get them happily enjoying their bag.First you can just have the bag kinda hanging out in your house,especially maybe were the dog…

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How to Teach Your Dog to Stay | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Teach Your Dog to Stay | Dog Training

“To get started on training your dog to stay, you simply need to make sure to train a sit that’s reliable, good and a down, good. If you have that you’re ready to get started in your sit stay and your down stay. There’s 3 components to a stay, it’s duration, distance and distraction. So to get started I’m simply going to take a little step away, that’s a little distance from my dog, Walter. If he gets up I’m just going to recue him into the down and start…

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How to Teach the Roll Over Trick | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Teach the Roll Over Trick | Dog Training

We’re gonna see if we can work on getting Jack to roll over. We’re gonna break this down into small achievable steps so he has fun and is successful along the way. First, the starting position for roll over would be that you dog needs to be in a down position, preferably resting on one hip. So since he went down symmetrically, I’m gonna just kinda, good boy. Make sure he can lean over nice and comfortably. Right now he’s lying on one hip and that’s perfect. So I’m ready…

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How to Stop Furniture Chewing | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Stop Furniture Chewing | Dog Training

Dogs chew, often just for the share joy of chewing but certainly puppies chew because they are teething and they are exploring and learning about their world with their mouths. But dogs, adults’ dogs chew to for a variety of reasons, again for the share joy of chewing but also to relieve boredom, even anxiety and stress. Your goal if your dog is chewing on your furniture, isn’t to teach them not to chew, it’s to teach them what to chew on. If you condition your dog to have a…

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How to Teach Your Dog to Come | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Teach Your Dog to Come | Dog Training

Out of all the behaviors you train your dog, come is definitely the most important. It can save your dog’s life. Also, dogs that have a reliable recall live more fulfilling lives in that they can go off leash in safe and legal areas. So to get started, you want to consider one very important thing. When you ask your dog to come to you, and they do, there should be a party waiting for them. If you really want a reliable recall, you have to make sure that your…

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How to Teach the Give Paw Trick | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Teach the Give Paw Trick | Dog Training

Tricks training is a wonderful activity to participate in with you and your dog. It is both mentally and physically enriching for your dog and it improves your skills as your dogs trainer. an easy trick that you can get started with would be paw, or some people refer to that as shake and what you want to make sure you do with tricks training is keep the training fun and positive for your dog. A good recommendation I’d like to give everyone is to resist the temptation to grab…

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How to Teach Your Dog to Sit | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Teach Your Dog to Sit | Dog Training

How To Train Your Dog To Sit Sit is a basic manors foundation behavior that pretty much everyone wants their dog to know. And the good news is, it’s easy to train. If you follow a few easy steps. First of course you need your dog and some yummy treats, something that they like so that you can reward them as they get the behavior correct. Take some nice treats in your hand, have your dog in a standing position and just lure your dog into the sit position. (good)!…

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How to Teach Your Dog to Lie Down | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Teach Your Dog to Lie Down | Dog Training

“Teaching your dog to lie down on cue is a great behavior to train your dog. To get started all you need is your dog, some really yummy treats to reward them with and a marker word that you’re going to use to communicate when they’ve done the behavior correctly. I’m going to us a nice sharp “”good”” to let Jack know when he’s got the behavior right. You’re going to take a little tasty treat in your hand and bring it down towards the ground, sort of between the…

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10 Dog Training Myths – Part 2 of 2 Dog Training 

10 Dog Training Myths – Part 2 of 2

Hi, I’m Eddy. Welcome to FreddySaysWoof.com Remember to SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more free tips and hints about how to make your dog a much better friend. Today our topic is: BUSTED – The 10 Biggest Dog Training Myths! Part 2 Brought to you with the compliments of Doggy Dan, “The Internet Dog Trainer” and Freddysayswoof.com There’s so much conflicting stuff out there on the net. And most of it’s absolute hogwash. So Freddy and I want to set the record straight. Let’s delve into the most common misunderstood…

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How to Teach the Spin Trick | Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Teach the Spin Trick | Dog Training

Tricks training is a great way to bond with your dog. And one of the added benefits to training a trick like spin is it improves flexibility and gives your dog an opportunity for some exercise. To get started, I’m gonna have Walter in a standing position. And then with a treat right on his nose, I’m gonna move it around in a circle, click and then give him the little treat. Once he’s following food readily around in a circle, I’m gonna take the food out of my hand….

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