Every Dog Must Know This: How To Train Your Dog To Stay

Every Dog Must Know This: How To Train Your Dog To Stay

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    • sushiking56
    • July 31, 2011

    thank you george ^_^

    • macspringsheen
    • July 31, 2011

    Thank-you ? Subscribed.

    • TrebbleMovement
    • July 31, 2011

    i really like your vids but wont placing your hands on them like a bear hug be seen as affection and agreeing with that behaviour

    • chris4071000
    • July 31, 2011

    oh shut up and get with the vid

    • JSublaban
    • July 30, 2011

    Thanks I will try to teach my German Shepherd puppy to stay with this video! Keep up the videos!

    • RandomChris46
    • July 30, 2011

    @loko95ftp no dog is stupid.

    • PochaPochacc0
    • July 30, 2011

    thanks so much! my black lab really needs to learn this ?

    • BeatlesGirl707
    • July 30, 2011

    My dog is little aggressive and he gets really distracted! like he looks around and doesnt look at me. And he gets to anxious about getting his treat and he bites my finger. My dog is a puggle. Ill try this and see if it helps! =)

    • ssips720
    • July 30, 2011

    your eyes r so pretty

    • jeffhardy664
    • July 30, 2011

    @loko95ftp not stupid stubborn

    • musiclovinggurl123
    • July 30, 2011

    My Pom comes 75% of the time; he doesn’t come when he’s eating something he shouldn’t or is barking at another dog and stays 70% or so of the time and I didn’t know how to go about fixing the problem of him moving but now I do =D

    • marcostott
    • July 30, 2011

    @BeatlesGirl707 Your dog (or i should yourself) needs cesar millan’s help. The thing that is wrong with your dog is that his owner is not projecting the right energy. Calm and assertive is the way to go in life, with our dogs, kids,jobs…etc. Think about that ?

    • heartshapedd1
    • July 30, 2011

    @BeatlesGirl707 when you offer a treat to a dog, the dog should turn his head away and avoid that hand where the treat is. this is important especially in families where there are also children.

    • terisinwa
    • July 30, 2011

    thank you thank you thank you!! I love all your helpful advice… I’ve always enjoyed training my dogs and you have given me a leg up (ha) and extra confidence and solid techniques!

    • 96MIXA
    • July 30, 2011

    By real meat do you mean flesh meat? I don’t understand…

    • Justiniscute123
    • July 30, 2011

    Thanks for your advice! This helped my dog stay and she barely listens to us!

    • PaigIsSuper
    • July 30, 2011

    @96MIXA No, he means actual human food kind of meat, not a dog treat or something. Like pieces of chicken, or hot dog.

    • PochaPochacc0
    • July 30, 2011

    i tried this, but everytime my dog sees that i have food, she automatically sits and shakes and sits up and won’t listen. and when i toss the food and hold her down, she doesn’t even look at me, she just looks and whimpers at the food :

    • HICO42811
    • July 30, 2011

    ya loko dont call your dog stupid.u have 2 find a way 2 teach him a way that he likes a fun way

    • 96MIXA
    • July 30, 2011

    @PaigIsSuper
    aaaa….. Now i get it! tnx for the help! ?

    • 96MIXA
    • July 30, 2011

    @PaigIsSuper
    But i heard that giving your dog human food is bad for them. Is that true?

    • vkilla147
    • July 30, 2011

    Ok so I have a 11 month old English bulldog but he gets extremely excited when anyone out of my family gets near him to the point where he won’t listen to any simple commands like sit how can I calm him down so he won’t jump on them or stuff like that?

    • tredub91
    • July 30, 2011

    @unityspirit51 i agree!! its not the dogs fault that he/she doesn’t understand what there trying to teach him/her.

    • tredub91
    • July 30, 2011

    @96MIXA that is also what i have heard. i give my dog a bone every once in a while though.

    • arisavee
    • July 30, 2011

    how do you get your dog to know the difference between commands with the same hand signals like hi five and stay?

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