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If you are new to teaching your dog, you'll want to watch this playlist! A complete step by step guide to teaching your dog or puppy:
An intro to clicker training:
This is a MUST for anyone new to dog training, or anyone who has reached a plateau. Dog training should not be about domination, but communication. The latest installment of my "Dog Training 101" series is up, and it's a good one! Absolutely PACKED with entertaining dogs and great info. Y'all are going to like this one:) Believe it or not, I'll give you a quick lesson on how to teach your dog to leave something alone when you ask, look at you when you ask, sit, lie, down, tips on working with high energy dog, the importance of the training bubble, the value of clicker training, and of course how to achieve great communication with your dog!
I find it so gratifying to know that thousands of people will see these videos and that together, we are encouraging people to use more effective and humane approaches to training. Quite honestly, I really do not think there's anything like this out there today when it comes to dog training. If you like the video, click "LIKE":) and tell me what you think!
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How To Train Your Dog: "Come Here!" PERFECTLY!!! - YouTube
This article is truly an enjoyable as well as an informative read for all those who want to know more about emotional support animals. The author has enlightened us with various useful details about how to prepare a pet dog as an emotional support animal. If you think that your dog can give you a soothing and comforting feeling whenever you feel depressed, I think this article can help you a lot in giving the correct training to your beloved dog.
How To Train Any Dog To Heel PERFECTLY! - YouTube
The concepts of "pack" and "dominance" in relation to dog training originated in the 1940s and were popularized by the Monks of New Skete in the 1970s. The model is based on a theory that "dogs are wolves" and since wolves live in hierarchical packs where an alpha male rules over everyone else, then humans must dominate dogs in order to modify their behavior. However, recent studies have shown that wolves in the wild actually live in nuclear families where the father and mother are considered the pack leaders, and their offspring's status depends on their birth order which does not involve fighting to attain a higher rank, because the young wolves naturally follow their parents' lead.
How to Train Your Dog to Take a Bow - The Spruce