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Dog Training Tips : How to Fix Bad Behaviors in Dogs

Never hit or kick your dog when he misbehaves, the key is to always finish and not stop halfway; learn more tips on dog training in this free pet obedience video. Expert: Ryan Gwilliam Bio: Ryan Gwilliam has trained over 10 dogs. He specializes in obedience training. Filmmaker: joseph wilkins
Video Rating: 3 / 5

A simple exercise to teach our dogs that environmental distractions are not a cue that it’s time to disconnect from us. The emphasis is on non-verbal communication and creating circumstances where the dog will be much more likely to come when they are called. Work on this one gradually and in conjunction with more ‘formal’ recalls around lesser distractions. ———— Email: tab@trainingpositive.com Website: www.trainingpositive.com Facebook bit.ly Twitter: bit.ly
Video Rating: 4 / 5

36 Responses to “Dog Training Tips : How to Fix Bad Behaviors in Dogs”

  1. Ahahaha, I’ll have a look.

  2. Exactly :P BTW i have some videos of some of my dogs if you want to see them :P

  3. Yeah, exactly, I know a girl who’s very… Mean. The dog is really mean. Ahaha.

  4. true, it all depends on how you raise the dog anyway, dogs are a reflection of there owner =I

  5. Sorry, I sound like a complete lunatic in the last two comments. I just hate aggression against dogs, I just think there is other ways you can sort out your dog problems.

  6. not trying to be mean here, but you dont under stand dogs very well… they are not at all like humans, no matter how much you would like to think they are.

  7. See Turid Rugaas please.

  8. This is old bad school. Violence by Cesar Millan.
    The theory of the pack leader has always been wrong, even the dogs have no pack leader.
    Do not follow this person or Cesar Millan. The culture of the dog has to change!

  9. but in this video, won’t the dog think he did something wrong? then he’ll be confused about what he did wrong coz it seems in the video that he didn’t do anything bad

  10. I really like to help people when they want to train their dogs…here is one good video of Cesar Millan to watch on youtube: Dog Whisperer: Calm Down!

  11. Great post! :)

  12. Also, do you have a proper collar? We start our dogs off with the pinch collar (as early as 9 or 10 weeks)…it is not abusive, but certainly gets their attention—they really help with training how to walk your dog, as well.

  13. I own two pit bulls (1.5 and 3 mos) and have successfully completed training with the oldest one. The technique he is doing definitely works and is not harmful nor confusing for the dog–quite the contrary. The key is not giving in no matter how long it takes. I would recommend checking out “Cesar Milan’s” website and perhaps purchasing a book or watchin his episodes on youtube…he’s great. He cont’s with a technique even if it takes an hour before the dog submits. Hope this helps a little:)

  14. You really need to read a book in dog behaviors, alpha rolls are dangerous for you and your dog.

  15. ApocalypticWarhammer Reply July 11, 2012 at 12:33 pm

    This is called alpha rolling and it’s not cool at all. If you do this to your dog and he doesn’t get up, he’s shut down. One of the biggest mistakes people make is to try and imitate natural dog behavior. Your dog knows that you are not a dog. Doing this is just confusing to him. By the time you actually get the dog to lie still, the point you were trying to make is long gone.

  16. should you jus do that WHEN she does somethign bad or u shud be able to do it whenever?

  17. Its probobly because its a pup? ;)

  18. I love the dog he’s training with. He’s like, “What did I do wrong?” LOL poor fella.

  19. that poor doggy lol give him a treat

  20. I’m trying this method with my pup but she’s only biting me more and harder. I’ve also tried redirecting and yelping and nothing helps. Any other method out there?

  21. Does that mean we go around biting people? No.. And if you, you need some help.

  22. oh you are sooo wrong if dogs were equals, they would be biteing people right and left, “equal” to them means they are the leader, and can do what they want, and THAT is the kind of dog that would bite you.

  23. marieforverloved Reply July 11, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    all you people daying its a fail, and that this is abuse/horrible bla bla bla, obviously it works because he did it on camera and it worked fine right? so i bet all of you haters have dogs with no self control and are always biting people. so thats a FAIL for you !

  24. iLikeToiletPaper Reply July 11, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    My dog loses interest after a while. How can i keep him interested on the treats? Im hoping that ill be able to train my dog how to walk off leash in the future because he has a curious nose.

  25. .. a new dog that she hasn’t seen before, and she runs off. No amount of food/treats.. come, a loud “NO!” or anything else will get her attention. She hears me, but does what SHE wants to do. I obviously have established myself as the alpha, however if she’s 30 feet away, she doesn’t fear consequence anymore. If she’s 5 feet away from me – she will listen because she knows she will receive a physical correction like a rap on the muzzle or pinch on the neck if she disobeys.

  26. Tab I think you are awesome at training dogs and your videos are informative, however I strongly disagree with this video.

    In your video the dog is in a semi-enclosed area with NO distraction. The dog lazily saunters around looking for something to do and as soon as he looks at you over by the tree you click and offer him a treat, Still with zero distractions he comes back to you obviously because he smells the food. My doberman would do the same in a semi-enclosed area. But introduce….

  27. Hey just a quick question, my dog isn’t interested in treats outside & she loses interest in her toys very quickly, what should I do?

  28. daaamn, your like the pakistanian dog whisperer!

  29. that is a HILARIOUS shirt!!! <3 it.

  30. I am really excited to see that you do not use compulsion training, but on the same hand you dont coddle the dog it’s just great to see that now days most trainers are focusing on reward besed training. I have said I dont think you need treats, but certainly I see the benefits, and can understand why it drastically improves success.

  31. crissie crawford Reply July 11, 2012 at 10:00 pm

    go to petsmart so they can help you its easy and is only $109 for 6 hours of training .. have a trainer help you … i’ve done it and its great . his dog is already trained so it is much harder when you have never done it before ..

  32. Is it better to place treats on the ground rather than handing out? I’ve seen several people do this now.

  33. Are you first saying your dogs name, then ‘come’?

  34. amazing, i like your methods and i use them on my clients very effective! can we use clickers on elder dogs who never been clicked before ?

  35. your dog already knows how to heel so how can my dog come when called if he doesnt know heel?

  36. How can I train my 1 year old dog? He doesn’t obeys me and I doubt I’m his “master”. Also, would a finger snap work as a clicker?

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