Dog Training Video -The Truth About Your Dog’s Body Language

Dog Training Video -The Truth About Your Dog's Body Language

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    • GUMMYBEAYUH
    • March 29, 2010

    Even though your post is 10 months old,your problem is an obvious one (At least to an experienced owner such as myself). Your puppy will continue to cry for most of her crating time (Especially at night when she doesn’t notice any human activity),for most likely no more than One Week. This is perfectly normal,& it is the result of nothing more than her being homesick due to having just separated from her littermates. Every Puppy I’ve had has gone through the same process,just like Baby children!

    • GUMMYBEAYUH
    • March 29, 2010

    A few potential Defensive Drive commands I can foresee being necessary are: Heel, Sit, Down, Quiet, Let Go, Drop It, etc. You should obviously do all of these first in Prey Drive, and only when that has been mastered, THEN work on Defensive drive. You should work with a knowledgeable trainer in order to do this however, as Defensive Drive work, especially when done wrong, can cause your dog to lose trust in you. Prey drive work is fun for a dog, whereas Defensive drive work is emotionally rough.

    • Thiago4real
    • March 29, 2010

    how did u go mate?
    did it work>
    did u do it already
    cheers!

    • Tyraaxy
    • March 29, 2010

    wow

    • undertakerdavis242
    • March 29, 2010

    come bella!!! good puppy!!

    • yukana09
    • March 29, 2010

    hey i have adog name bella sh

    • SweetGuitarSolo211
    • March 29, 2010

    very cool

    • crasude
    • March 29, 2010

    amazing! i will try that on my dog!

    • julee99
    • March 29, 2010

    Wow! This video is very useful and shows how training can be effective if you use the right kind of body language. Great information!

    • thechip1231
    • March 29, 2010

    yyou are boss!!

    • 5Charlee
    • March 29, 2010

    I’m so conflicted over the tips you give- sometimes the things you’re advising owners to do are tips that I’ve found very effective in my own training, but the theory behind your methods doesn’t seem to have any basis in science. For example, I love the advice not to use the harsh tone or potentially threatening body posture for recalls, but I’d love to see the research that supports the trio of drives you’re using as the foundation for this advice.

    • nittenichiryu
    • March 29, 2010

    Search the term “Conflict” means on the dictionary.

    • nittenichiryu
    • March 29, 2010

    Go find the meaning for the term “Conflict” in the dictionary first before posting anymore nonsense here okay..thanks. =)

    • nittenichiryu
    • March 29, 2010

    “Defensive Drive”? maybe you mean “Pack Drive”?

    • mtngirl1013
    • March 29, 2010

    Very insightful, thank you.

    • bababybwoo
    • March 29, 2010

    cool! So, what if it is a neighbor dog that you want to stay away from you. I have this problem when we visit our new property we hope to develop and the pack of dogs living across the street try to chase us away. I am worried my kids will get hurt. the siberian husky has growled at me when I tried to stand my ground. could have been my tone. trying to be assertive and avoid a fight.

    • eletendre1
    • March 29, 2010

    Have you contacted animal control?

    • bababybwoo
    • March 29, 2010

    yes, that is the first thing I did but they still come around sometimes. I guess I’ll have to keep calling them. It makes things hard to be neighborly with them. They get tired of having them in their house so they just let them roam.

    • AquaEcoMum
    • March 29, 2010

    I really enjoy watching all of these videos! I find them comprehensive, enlightening and easy to apply to my relationship with my own GSD. I like the approach, seems to be based on us as humans using our greater level of intelligence to understand the dog (behaviors/drives/instincts) and be responsible for communicating the right messages (by using that knowledge), and practicing until the dog understands too. Easy in theory. Practice makes perfect, for man and dog.

    • TCBNOW
    • March 29, 2010

    Hi, Very good talk. I am trying to teach my terrier and knowing what you talked about helps. Thanks

    • MathNL
    • March 29, 2010

    Thanks! Good to know this.

    • DrDeathpwnsu
    • March 29, 2010

    Dog Training – Dog Bite Prevention Video —->

    • lgalicki
    • March 29, 2010

    Great! I love the away Jimmy reacts to the first call! LoL!

    • killerdeer52
    • March 29, 2010

    Will my pit bull attack me when it gets older ?

    • keeg021985
    • March 29, 2010

    Eric you’re wrong. Dogs do not have a pack drive since dogs do not exhibit pack behaviors and are not pack animals

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