Obedience Training A Dog

  • How To Speak To Your Dog
    You should not talk in baby talk to your dog. We want calm dogs, so the more stern/simple the better.
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  • Basics Commands
    Sample of the different commands to teach your dog.
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  • How To Train A Dog To Stop Barking
    Learn how to teach your dog to stop barking in this dog training video. There are some great tips here. The best thing to do is to NOT reward them for barking. Especially when you just get home.
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  • Sit!
    Training your dog to sit on command is a good place for you and your dog to start your obedience training. It's a nice easy command which your puppy or dog will master very quickly. This will increase your dog's confidence and provide the foundation on which to build more advanced skills and commands.
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  • Down
    Teaching the down command provides the foundation for many other advanced commands/skills as well as establishing you as the leader in the relationship you share with your dog.
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  • Stay
    After you and your dog have mastered the sit and down commands, the logical extension on them is training your dog to stay.
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  • Call/Recall
    Apart from being essential for safety reasons, when your dog has mastered the dog training come command he/she can be allowed greater freedom in many situations. Like when you are down at the beach or out hiking your dog can go off exploring on her own but will always be alert and dog training come command ready to respond to your come command.
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  • Leash Training
    One of the first things you need to teach your young puppy is how to behave on a leash. It is a crucial skill to master for both you and your dog's future. After training a puppy to walk on a leash they are much safer and more manageable, plus it means walks will be an experience you can both look forward to and enjoy.
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  • Heeling
    Training a dog to heel relies on getting and holding the attention of your dog. The heel can be called upon for short periods (like when other dogs or children are around) but is not suitable for your long daily walks.
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  • Leave It!
    The \Leave It\" dog obedience training command is a very useful behavior to teach your puppy or older dog. You'll be surprised how often you find yourself calling on this command."
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  • Stand Command
    The stand command is a very handy behavior for you and your dog to have in your repertoire. The stand command is a behavior you will call on in many different situations. It's great when you visit your Veterinarian or dog groomer.
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  • Fetch Or Retrieve
    The fetch or retrieve is a great behavior to teach from scratch or refine in your dog. A quick game of fetch is a fantastic outlet for a dog's natural prey drive and knocks the edge off even the most energetic of dogs.
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  • Paw Shake Dog Trick
    Want to teach your dog the paw shake dog trick? Learn how with expert tips on dog tricks in this free pet care and obedience video.
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  • How To Teach Your Dog To Rollover
    Here's a simple rollover tutorial
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Description: Learn how to train a dog here from this learning playlist.

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Kevin Way Kevin Way

October 31

Maybe I should upgrade my dog

This was great fun for both Schumi and me, and it was full of clear, helpful advice.

The only con: he still won't rollover. Maybe he knows that he can wait me out.

Kristin MMarie Kristin MMarie

December 5, 2010

Fun for both me and the dog!

This was fun! Bailey and I spent the whole day going through this playlist, so far she knows sitting and stay.

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