Dog discipline training

Dog discipline training

Rule 1. Always Be Consistent 1. The First Rule of general training is Always Be Consistent. There should be no exceptions here if you want the training to go as rapidly and as easily as possible. This relates to your actions and words. From the very start you need to decide exactly what you are trying to teach or control and how you will do it. If you are going to use a certain word or phrase as part of a command or in conjunction with a certain point [...]

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Tips on training your dog

Tips on training your dog

It’s so much fun to enjoy a pleasant stroll with your well-loved pup, soaking up some sun, bonding, and enjoying all those great things to sniff. For many of us, it all goes so well until a squirrel or another dog passes by! That’s where leash training can help –and it’s especially important for pet parents of large or powerful breeds that are just as capable of taking you for a walk! Here are a few tips to help make walks with your feisty Fido a [...]

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Top 10 dog training tips

Top 10 dog training tips

Have you ever gone to a dog training class or taken a private lesson and left with your head swimming? With so much information, the main messages can sometimes get lost among the more intricate details. Here are some take-home messages that I use to guide my every-day interaction with my patients as well as my own pets. 1. Every interaction you have with the animal is a training session. So it’s important to be aware of what you may be doing to reward [...]

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Dog whisperer training

Dog whisperer training

The Welcome Home! Ultimate Guide is the ultimate dog training DVD for all newly-adopted puppies and dogs! “What I wanted to create was an ultimate guide for anyone who has rescued a new puppy or dog from the shelter and is wondering ‘Now what do I do?’ And more importantly, ‘How do I do it!?’ “This Ultimate Guide consists of an hour long program, plus a 12-page Quick Start Guide packed with all the basic information you need to keep your new arrival [...]

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training my dog to come

training my dog to come

Your dog has spotted a squirrel and is running after it in the direction of the road as a truck is barreling toward him. You yell, “Come!” as loudly as you can. What happens? Does your dog pivot and run back to you, avoiding a potentially life-ending injury? Or, does he make the ultimate mistake and step into the road? Trust me, you don’t want to wait until you’re in that situation to find out the ending to the story. The “come” command, also called [...]

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K9 trainers

K9 trainers

Cali K9®‘s founder, owner, dog trainer and canine behavior expert Jas Leverette, was born in New York and grew up in Oakland, California. During his youth, he owned and trained dogs and horses, played youth football with the Oakland Dynamites, and participated in equestrian sports, including jumping, dressage, vaulting and trail riding. At Oakland High School, he played football and was an Oakland Athletic League wrestling champion. He got his start [...]

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how to train a dog fast

how to train a dog fast

We tend to think of dog training as a series of steps for teaching particular behaviors. To teach a dog to stay in a particular position, you reward her as she remains in place for gradually longer times, at gradually greater distances, with gradually increasing degrees of distraction. Now, this is fine-training does involve teaching dogs specific behaviors with a step-by-step approach. This week, though, I’m going to discuss three mental habits that [...]

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Dog training methods

Dog training methods

The purpose of this study was to review a series of studies (N = 17) regarding the effects of using various methods when training dogs. The reviewed studies examined the differences between training methods (e.g., methods based on positive reinforcement, positive punishment, escape/avoidance, et cetera) on a dog s physiology, welfare, and behavior toward humans and other dogs. The reviewed studies included surveys, observational studies, and interventions [...]

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Koehler method of dog training

Koehler method of dog training

Dick Koehler and Tony Ancheta presents a cybertech lecture on The Koehler Method of Dog Training “Reliability off lead should always be the most significant criterion when evaluating and comparing training methods.” (Koehler 1962) This site, and the links accessible through it, have been prepared and approved by Dick Koehler and Tony Ancheta. Anyone interested in using The Koehler Method of Dog Training as the foundation for a companion dog, competitive [...]

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New Jersey dog training

New Jersey dog training

Welcome to Sit Means Sit dog training Ocean County New Jersey. Bob Campanile is the owner and head trainer of Ocean County’s Sit Means Sit. He is also a 20-year police veteran with 14 years’ experience as a dual-purpose police service dog handler and trainer. Bob places 3rd at the police dog National Championships! Our method combines cutting edge technology in the use of a remote dog training collar, and hands-on training from our expert trainers [...]

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American Kennel Club training

American Kennel Club training

Basic obedience training will help your precious puppy or adorable adult dog to live in harmony with your household. Need help housetraining your Hound? Did your Puli pull you down the street? Is your Terrier terrorizing you? Is your Weimaraner awake all night? Is your Foxhound feasting on furniture? AKC Clubs that offer training classes - Find a club that offers training classes in your area. There are many classes to choose from. Clubs may offer [...]

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Anxious dog training

Anxious dog training

The Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) method by Grisha Stewart of Ahimsa Dog Training, is a great way to help your dog to be more comfortable with what she is fearful or upset about. BAT uses desensitization together with a functional reward for calm behavior. Simply put, you begin at a distance where your dog can see what she is afraid of without reacting to it and when your dog shows calm body language, you move away from what she is afraid of [...]

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Dog training roanoke va

Dog training roanoke va

Puppy Life Skills(10 Wks – 5 Months) Wednesday @ 7:00 PM Thursday @ 6:00 PM Saturday @ 11:00 AM Teenager Life Skills(5 Months – 1 Yr) Monday @ 7:00 PM Thursday @ 7:00 PM Classes in Roanoke, Virginia Want a smarter, happier, better-behaved dog? Field of Dreams can help your dog be all that and more. We offer training classes for every dog, from puppies to adults, absolute beginners to advanced students – and everyone in-between. Our training methods [...]

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Dog, dog training

Dog, dog training

Dogs have extremely strong jaws and powerful bites. Even the smallest of dogs can deliver an injurious bite as an adult, and big dogs can inflict even greater damage. Despite this physical ability, most dog bites do not result in terrible injury. In fact, many leave only a small scratch or a few bruises. Like wolves, with whom dogs share a recent ancestor, dogs use their jaws to both hunt for prey and settle social disputes. Because their jaws are [...]

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Police dogs training methods

Police dogs training methods

Police dogs training means, that we train our dogs to perform well in different situations. It could mean that the police dog should be able to detect materials like narcotics or explosives, or detect the smell of suspects. Our methods are developed over the years at Police Dogs Centre Holland. Police dogs training in other words means for us that our dogs should meet the customers expectations. At Police Dogs Centre Holland we sell three different [...]

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Dog training classes NJ

Dog training classes NJ

At Kathy Santo Dog Training, our unique, interactive and fun approach to training assures you quick results and a confident, well-behaved dog your whole family will love to have around. There are lots of ways to get started! What Your Life Looks Like Now: Your puppy is using the house as his own personal port-o-let. He jumps on everyone and is confused about why you don’t like it. He bites pants, feet, hands, ponytails, and anything else within his [...]

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Bloodhound training schools

Bloodhound training schools

For puppies 5 months and younger. Puppies are sponges, so come join us and teach your puppy basic obedience (sit, down, stay, come, wait) and manners (not jumping, walking nicely on leash). We will work on skills that are necessary for everyday life including impulse control. Questions regarding housebreaking, teething and anything puppy will be answered! Basic Obedience and Manners This class is designed for dogs over six months who have not had [...]

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Cool things to train your dog

Cool things to train your dog

Training your dog to do advanced tricks like finding something or bringing their food bowl can be done with just 10 minutes a day and some clicker training. It’s easier than you think. We all know those talented dogs who work as assistance dogs and can complete detailed and complicated tasks such as helping their owner do shopping, answer the phone, open the fridge or recognise signs of low blood sugar. Could your dog have unfulfilled potential? While [...]

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Millan dog trainer

Millan dog trainer

Cesar Millan, the star of television’s The Dog Whisperer,is being sued by a woman who claims she was attacked by a vicious pit bull that had been prematurely released by Millan s dog training center. The woman, a critical care nurse in Florida, claims she suffered disfiguring open wounds, deep muscle and tendon lacerations and bone fractures in the Sept. 23, 2014, attack, just six days after the dog had been released by Millan s Dog Psychology [...]

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Dog trainer description

Dog trainer description

Learn about the education and preparation to become a service dog trainer. Get a quick view of the requirements as well as details about college coursework and apprenticeships to find out if this is the career for you. Show Me Schools View 10 Popular Schools » Service dog trainers work with dogs that aid the disabled. This position may require some coursework at a community college or vocational school, or an apprenticeship. The median annual salary [...]

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First dog training

First dog training

Why first-time dog owners should not use the “whatever works” dog training method How many times have you seen new pet owners buying or adopting a new family member, and never dedicating time to train the pooch, thinking that the dog will learn things on her own? Likewise, other dog owners will opt for training a pooch in their own way, using the “whatever works” method of dog training. Is this approach that much better though? Put five dog trainers [...]

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Can any dog be trained?

Can any dog be trained?

Location: nc 436 posts, read 1, 190, 290 times Reputation: 454 I m just curious about this. I guess when I think of a perfect dog I think of a seeing eye dog or a therapy dog. Is it possible to train ANY dog to be as well trained as a seeing eye dog or therapy dog? I know certain kinds of dogs are chosen based on their temperment, but I m wondering if it s possible to take just a regular dog and train him to do therapy. What about a dog who has had [...]

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K9 aggression training

K9 aggression training

Aggressive dogs are in the news a lot these days. Most of the times the problems are dog vs. dog, but the big headlines occur when it’s dog vs. human. If you own a dog with aggressive tendencies, you can’t afford to ignore it. To do so could end very badly for more than just your dog. Call K9 Basics and ask about our dog aggression training course. Aggressive Or Just Over-Reactive According to Brian Berg, owner of K9 Basics and a former police K9 [...]

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Dog training terms

Dog training terms

Appeasement gestures: Behaviors a dog uses to ask for space or to present himself as nonthreatening. Appeasement gestures may include scratching, yawning, licking lips, play bows, turning head or body away, sniffing the ground, lifting up a paw, slowing down movement, freezing or a submissive grin. These signals are a normal part of dog interaction, but in some situations, they may be signs of stress. Barrier frustration: Behavior, particularly barking [...]

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