Dog Training – The Heel Command

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To stop your dog from pulling, you teach your dog how to walk politley at your side. Learn how in this quick dog training video. Don't forget to rate this video, leave comments and subscribe . . .

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    • fungalonlywithjesus
    • September 17, 2009

    but what if your dog,like say mine, is really small (shih tuz) compared to you? its not the easy

    • Lumileek
    • September 17, 2009

    You just have to lean a lot:D Not easy for your back I can tell you :P

    • CryWolf915
    • September 17, 2009

    at what age do u suggest working on this command???? 2 months or so….?

    • siese08
    • September 17, 2009

    At what age does it start becoming difficult to train dogs, or does it ever become hard at all? I just adopted a ten month old pup from the humane society, and she’s a sweetheart, but she needs a little training. She jumps and pulls on the leash like the dogs do in these videos. Will it be more difficult to train her if she’s a little older than other puppies that are learning these tricks?

    • knash92293
    • September 17, 2009

    oh my god that dog is such a cutie!!, and i really like your training tips, there so much better and nicer to the dogs as well as more effective then most videos on here!!

    • eletendre1
    • September 17, 2009

    No disrespect intended but you really, really don’t know what you’re talking about. Behavior is all about consequences. You go to work every week because you get a paycheck. When you’re training your retrievers you are applying some type of consequence. The dog is either working to get something (treat) or working to avoid something (stimulation from an electronic collar). It’s that simple.

    • CapstoneRetrievers1
    • September 17, 2009

    No disrespect intended, but food rewards is wrong. Then you don’t train the dog to listen to the command you teach the dog food food food. And you teach the dog listen to the command and you get food not listen to the command because I’m the pack leader.

    • eletendre1
    • September 17, 2009

    You’ve just made my point my friend. The dog is always working to get something or avoid something. You’re dog is working to get the bumper or duck dummy. It’s the same as working for food. Peace,EricP.S. You have a nice website!

    • CapstoneRetrievers1
    • September 17, 2009

    I’m a pretty successful retriever trainer, so I must be doing something right. NOBODY worth a heck uses a e-collar to teach the heel command. I use a collar and a 6 foot leash to teach heel and there’s no e-collar pressure or any other kind of pressure, but there’s no food reward either. At the end of the training session the retrievers get to retrieve a bumper or a duck dummy…that’s the reward.

    • lappleton404
    • September 17, 2009

    great training tips

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