Dog & Puppy Training videos
Mixing frisbee with obedience to teach self control. Also, physical exercise alone doesn’t tire a high energy dog. Adding mental exercise is better.
4 month old puppy Orion begins to learn self control around food and respect for people’s personal space.
4 month old puppy Orion’s third session of controlled tug, teaching him to drop and sit and wait for the cue to get the toy.
This shows bits of an 8 minute session of getting a dog used to a GL. A huge difference from dogs that just have them slapped on. The last few seconds show that he is now perfectly comfortable having it put on.
Baby Pi learns how to play nice from big sister Emma. The rule is “If I’m touching it, it’s mine.” Even though frisbees are extremely important to Emma she is polite if little Pi gets the toy.
Wrestling with your dog is not the best way to do grooming tasks. Desensitizing only takes a few minutes over a few sessions and is so much more pleasant.
10 week old Diggs will be a big boy and not allowed on the couch – teaching him to stay off even if someone is lying down.
Diggs has had a few sessions before this. Working on going in on cue with no lure, not popping out of crate when door opens, and being OK when person walks away.
“Drop” is one of the first things we teach puppies so you don’t have to pry things out of their mouths (which only teaches them to resource guard!).