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ALL ABOUT LIVING WITH ROTTWEILER DOGS Dog Care 

ALL ABOUT LIVING WITH ROTTWEILER DOGS

– [Zeke] Hey guys, this is Zeke. And the following video is being brought to you by Evolve pet foods. Unleash your pet’s full potential. Shop the entire product line at evolvepetfood.com. At checkout, use code DOGUMENTARYTV and save yourself 20% on your purchase. – [Narrator] Dogumentary TV, producing the best breed documentaries on YouTube. (dog barking) (light music) – My name’s Loren Chiever. I live in Colton, California. I’ve had Rottweilers for 32 years. I’ve been involved in conformation, Schutzhund, obedience, tracking, just general things to do with the…

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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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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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Dog Training : How to Train & Live With a Dominant Dog Dog Training 

Dog Training : How to Train & Live With a Dominant Dog

When you’re working with a dog you consider dominant, first be very careful that you’re using the term appropriately. Dominance in dogs is not as clear as it seems to be. Most often dogs have issues with aggression because of fear, not because they feel that they are superior to you. Dogs are well aware that you are in control of their food source, their water and their access to the outside, so generally there’s not any kind of confusion on the dog’s side of who is in control. What…

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Dog Tricks : Roll Over Dog Trick Dog Training 

Dog Tricks : Roll Over Dog Trick

Now we’re going to do roll over. The progression with roll over is you need to get them in to a sit and get them down. Treat them in the down positions, until they’re comfortable there. Once you feel that they’re comfortable there, you can start taking them on to their side and start treating them there. You want to take this slowly because not every dog likes to roll over on to it’s back. As he gets comfortable here I’m going to start bringing the treat towards his rear…

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Pit Bull Facts Dog Care 

Pit Bull Facts

Best Breed Ever! American pit bull terrier! “Pit bull” is not a breed, but a general term to describe: Staffordshire bull terrier, American pit bull terrier, American Staffordshire terrier, Bull terrier American pit bulls are a cross between bulldog and terrier Pit bulls are banned in the UK and New Zealand due to a particularly bad reputation for vicious and sometimes lethal attacks They were originally bred and trained to fight in pits against bulls, bears, rats and other dogs MYTH: Pit bulls have a locking jaw — they actually…

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HOW TO POTTY TRAIN YOUR PUPPY EASILY | Potty Train your Puppy Siberian Husky Dog Training 

HOW TO POTTY TRAIN YOUR PUPPY EASILY | Potty Train your Puppy Siberian Husky

*Huskies howling* “Aroooooo!” Today we’re gonna talk you about potty training! If you haven’t watch our crate training video, there will be a link at the top. That’s the first video you want to watch. That is the first step in potty training. but today, where gonna talk you a little more about how to potty train your puppy! To prepare for potty training, you need the puppy of course. Some treats. I use these little “Zuke’s” treats cause they are tiny. A leash and if you are gonna use…

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Shaping A Dog’s Recall Part 1 Capturing a Check in/Eye Contact Clicker Training Dog Training 

Shaping A Dog’s Recall Part 1 Capturing a Check in/Eye Contact Clicker Training

Shaping a recall Part 1 Capturing a Check In Good girl! Your dog success depends on your choice of location to train. Choose locations that allow you to isolate each criteria of distance and distraction. Choose a location where there’s a long quiet channel start training. This will limit your dog’s movement. You can use barriers like couches, lawn chairs, hedges and ring gates to define an area teach the behavior. A fence line makes a great training place too. In this video I show training on a forest trail…

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How to Train a Schutzhund : Learn Sit & Down Commands for Schutzhund Dog Training Dog Training 

How to Train a Schutzhund : Learn Sit & Down Commands for Schutzhund Dog Training

My name is Phil Hoelcher and I am representing Expert Village.com this morning and we are going to be talking a little bit about the sport of Schutzhund. We are going to try to show you a little bit about all three phases; the tracking, obedience and protection and give you an idea today a little bit of what the sport is all about. This is the sit command, where he has to sit on my command and then I walk away from him. Sit and if he sat there…

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How to Train Puppies : Teach Your Puppy to Walk on a Leash: Part 1 Dog Training 

How to Train Puppies : Teach Your Puppy to Walk on a Leash: Part 1

Hi! I’m Melanie McLeroy with Taurus Training for Expert Village and today we’re going to talk about puppies. So let’s talk about how to teach your puppy to walk on a leash. The first thing to consider is the leash itself. For a small puppy a really heavy leash with a big heavy clip is not necessarily the way to go. Try to go for a light leash with a light clip. Now like anything else the puppy has to get used to it gradually. So my first recommendation is…

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