Dog training part 1 of 5 Obedience Training with Gary Jackson Part 1 of 5 covering how to train your dog in basic obedience.
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    • mike myk
    • May 20, 2013

    I have my pitbull learn this when he was two months old.. now he is three months he knows how to sit, lay down, jump, heel, play dead, and fetch.. im still thinking of other things to teach my dog.

    • johnny love
    • May 20, 2013

    As soon as u get ur dog (8 weeks)

    • nikiosko
    • May 20, 2013

    Hi. I just watched this video. I know your comment is old an stuff, but could you please tell me if these exercises help? Thank you in advance

    • LilShifty69
    • May 20, 2013

    I really need help I have a pure breed Australian kelpie but we pulls way 2 much on the lead. When i did that last exercise the turned around and ran to the end of the lead again. please help me

    • WaagooshTheRedFox
    • May 20, 2013

    my dog reasons, i am pretty sure you are wrong in that aspect at least. i never taught my pup to share anything, as a matter of fact he thinks he is the alpha of the household. one day a lab puppy that looked very starved wandered into my yard… it layed down next to my pup after he barked at her for like 10 mins, buck (my first pup) went to his bowl, got a mouth full of food, went back to lizzy (we adopted her soon after) and left the whole mouthful for liz to eat, then liz shared the bowl.

    • chedog08
    • May 20, 2013

    a trained owner is a happy dog

    • FritzDeGamer
    • May 20, 2013

    I disagree with yelling at the dog. Since some breeds are more difficult to train, you need to show him who is the boss and being fakely angry at the dog if the dog really does something wrong he will sence you being fake.

    • katratvet
    • May 20, 2013

    Where are the next 4 videos? My dog is afraid of the leash. Once she gets on it, she hangs her head down and follows nicely, but looks for every opportunity to run away. She follows me off leash just fine though. She is a rescue and I’ve only had her a few months.

    • MooDyMaRe94
    • May 20, 2013

    Yeah, certain breeds, such as Spaniels, will develop behavioral problems when shouted at. A different tone of voice does well.

    • MommaTo2Girls
    • May 20, 2013

    Love that you showed us how to put on the choke chain properly! I did not know that! Thank you!!!

    • raphael moreno
    • May 20, 2013

    its very usefull.
    where is the part 2??

    • ArcologyDesigns
    • May 20, 2013

    It’s interesting because you’re not relying on food/treats for reinforcement and neither do you use a clicker to time the behavior – just your voice and affection as reinforcement. Really puts it in perspective and makes it realistic, I think. Thanks for a good video!

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