Poodles Play Even When Wearing A Protective Collar....!

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Channel Title : Standard Poodles

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Published Date : 2017-12-19T17:43:04.000Z

Two poodles Cheerfully playing in the first snow ⛄️
    

Channel Title : wwpoodle

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Published Date : 2012-10-11T10:24:36.000Z

This is Oliver our standard Poodle. He prefers to wear this Bitenot Collar instead of the big Cone Collar. Oliver was able to go through the doggie door and never even tried to get this collar off. It can get a little warm, if your dog was furry like our dog. So, we didn't make it snug at all, and took it off when we could watch him. He mostly wore it at night. You do have to measure some before you order it, but it was very simple. Measure the area of the neck between the bottom the ear to the top of the shoulder.
    

Channel Title : goodkarmatraining

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Published Date : 2015-05-05T02:38:54.000Z

Steph Mahrle-Mishra demonstrates with ten-month-old Labrador, Golden, Poodle (doodle) puppy, how obedience training was achieved using a Herm Sprenger prong collar, and an E-Collar (Educator Mini) from E-Collar Technologies. This full length video includes before video of Maisy the doodle misbehaving by jumping, barking, growling, and nipping at her owners, and their children. Maisy is absolutely not an aggressive dog, but her first time dog owners weren't sure how to effectively lead Maisy out of her disobedient behavior. The low-level e-collar training provides the perfect communication for Maisy and the perfect leverage for Maisy's lovingly dedicated owners. If you're interested in modern e-collars, please know they are an absolutely excellent humane dog training tool which allows for calm commands, and a happy balanced trained dog. These are not the old school, generation one "shock collars". As a side note, the first generation of anything is typically not that fabulous and has its bugs...Think about the level of comfort the first car provided...Or even for the ladies out there, the first tampon... I mean really. Times have changed. Products evolve with massive improvements. If you haven't had a chance to feel the stimulation from a modern day e-collar (aka remote collar), it's time to give it a try! This training tool is not about torturing and punishing dogs. During this Doodle's board and train experience, Maisy learned the following commands: "heel", "down/stay", "sit/stay", "place", "out", "no" "yes", "high-five", and "come". Dog training is a process. It is not always pretty. It is absolutely NOT perfect. Dog training is not about perfection. It is about calm persistence. Watch right here, how Steph leads this young dog to behave as a calm family dog. Good Karma Training is owned and operated by Steph Mahrle-Mishra, a licensed New York State dog trainer that offers both in-home, and board and train services for obedience training and dog behavior modification. Steph confidently resolves a host of dog behavioral issues which is not limited to aggression, anxiety, and fear. Steph teaches basic dog obedience, such as proper leash walking, "sit", "down", and "come" to puppies and adult dog's alike. She also trains off leash advanced obedience with modern low level remote collar training. Good Karma Training services the Northern New Jersey area (including Newark, Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Elizabeth, Livingston, Clifton, Montclair, Glen Rock, Nutley, Short Hills, Chatham, Millburn, Berkeley Heights). Steph’s proven method of balanced dog training brings peace and harmony into the lives of her committed clients who recognize that real change is possible when balanced training is consistently applied. Steph Mahrle-Mishra is looking forward to bringing peace into your life! For more information, as well as free dog training tutorial videos, please see the following resources: Website: https://www.goodkarmatraining.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodKarmaTraining YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/goodkarmatraining Instagram: http://instagram.com/goodkarmatraining/
    

Channel Title : Larry Krohn

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Published Date : 2016-08-23T18:38:40.000Z

www.pakmasters.com, I get at least 50 calls and emails every week with questions about dog training and the majority of those calls are questions about my use of the E collar. Most of the callers are pet owners that watch my videos or videos by other trainers that utilize e collars and want to train their dog with the magic tool. I think some of them may actually think that all you have to do is point the remote at the dog wearing the e collar and press a few buttons and the dog will do whatever you want. Unfortunately it does not work like that, not even close. In my opinion, the e collar is the greatest tool ever developed for dog training but unfortunately it is also the most misused and misunderstood. Most people still see the e collar as a corrective tool and a punishment tool. I don’t and I know that I am not alone here. Although many trainers out there are taking advantage of the benefits from proper e collar use many still just use it to correct their dog for not doing what is desired when given a command or exhibiting unwanted behavior. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with either as long as the dog has been properly taught and conditioned to know and understand what the stimulation means from the e collar and the dog fully understands the command that has been given. Because the e collar is so effective many people are not taking the time to properly train their dog with what I consider the most important tool, the leash. Leash communication is vital in your dog’s development and without it you will miss out on all the benefits of good leash work and guidance. I won’t get into teaching leash work here because that is a whole other subject. I must admit that as a professional trainer I too was once guilty of relying on the e collar way too much with my clients. One day I was on my way to a group class and it dawned on me that I was no longer teaching people how to train dogs, I was only teaching people how to use an e collar, and that was wrong. So that Saturday morning when everyone arrived ready to train their dogs in class I asked everyone to put away their remotes. They looked at me like I was nuts. They wanted to know why and I saw nervousness on all of their faces. I informed them that from this day on they would learn how to train dogs for real, not just how to use a tool. Needless to say it went very well and my clients became much better dog handlers because of it. Another misconception that many people have is that I teach my dogs how to perform different behaviors with the e collar. Again not true. I teach everything through motivation, mostly with food. I will only add e collar work to a command once my dog knows the command inside and out. I work with a lot of aggression cases. If you watch any of my videos with aggressive dogs you will see many comments about me fixing or correcting the aggression with the remote collar. Again, I do not. I do not use the remote collar to correct, punish, or address the aggression in any way. I believe that just teaches the dog to suppress the aggression to avoid the stimulation. I prefer to actually change the dog’s mindset and truly get rid of the aggression. We can go on forever so I will get to the number one question I get in regards to e collar training. People want to know how exactly do I condition the dog and why do my dogs actually look happy. It’s simple, they are. For me the e collar is a fantastic communication system that provides OFF LEASH freedom for my dogs, that’s it. Can I use it to correct my dogs, YES, but only once they truly understand what that weird sensation on their neck is. Below is exactly how I condition my dogs and my client’s dogs to the e collar. I did not invent this system or discover some new scientific information that will award me the Nobel Peace Prize. I do not hide anything I do, I show it all. I do not care that my competitors in my area see this and copy me. You cannot become a great trainer by watching videos or reading a book. It can help but it takes a lot of time and hundreds of dogs to truly become a great dog trainer and it is no different in becoming a great e collar trainer. It takes practice practice practice. If you are a great trainer the e collar will make you better. If you are a not so good trainer, the e collar will destroy you and every dog you use it on. Before you start e collar training I highly recommend you become familiar with leash work and marker training. This will make e collar training a lot more effective:
    

Channel Title : DailyPicksandFlicks

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Published Date : 2016-06-20T17:16:05.000Z

Even though this dog had to wear a cone around his head, he still liked to play fetch. He tried to pick up the toy with his mouth, but the cone prevented him from doing so. Luckily, thanks to all his strength and determination, he happily picked up the ball and squeezed it as hard as he could just to hear that joyous squeaky sound. Subscribe For More Videos: http://bit.ly/DailyPicksAndFlicksYT Check Out Our Website: http://bit.ly/DailyPicksAndFlicksSite Like Us On Facebook: http://bit.ly/DailyPicksAndFlicksFB Follow Us On Twitter: http://bit.ly/DailyPicksAndFlicksTW Hi and welcome to Daily Picks and Flicks – viral videos, funny pictures and odd news blog. We cover all the funny, interesting and strange stuff that is buzzing around the world. The weirder the better. Each day, we surf the web in an effort to find interesting, entertaining and unique videos, pictures and weird news stories. If you like what you find here, please recommend us to your friends. We already like you. To license any of the videos shown on Daily Picks And Flicks, visit Jukin Media at http://jukinmedia.com/licensing
    

Channel Title : Maxwell Friedman

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Published Date : 2017-02-13T19:49:38.000Z

Poodle Attack on a snow day. Hockey Dude and Duke playing in the snow.
    

Channel Title : eHow

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Published Date : 2013-08-27T21:36:24.000Z

Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehow Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehow Keeping a dog from smelling in between baths is something you can do by closely monitoring what he or she is doing. Keep a dog from smelling in between baths with help from a holistic pet professional in this free video clip. Expert: Jenn Fadal Filmmaker: Jeffrey Carter Series Description: Taking care of your dog is something that you have to do day in, day out for the duration of your pet ownership. Learn about the responsibility that comes with taking care of your dog with help from a holistic pet professional in this free video series.
    

Channel Title : CookingAndCrafting

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Published Date : 2010-06-30T17:49:08.000Z

Subscribe & check out my other videos! www.youtube.com/cookingandcrafting I put her in the t-shirt when I went to bed and within 30 seconds, Houdini was out of that t-shirt!! However, friends have suggested applying Neosporin to the incision and it has healed most excellently. Note: She is also on Clavamox. Today is her last dose and her seroma is still there. She will probably have to have it drained. Please "Like" my video, if you liked it. Like it even if you don't ;) Share! Sharing is caring. Click on the share button so your friends can also enjoy this video. If you enjoyed this recipe or craft and you plan on making it at a later date, the easiest way to access it later is to "Favorite" it. Comment!! By commenting, I get to know who YOU are! Eventually, I end up knowing your name and I feel like that gives us a better bond than an unseen name. You can even just leave me a smiley face because who doesn't love smiley faces? Subscribe! By subscribing, you get all of the videos that I upload after today delivered into your subscription center! It's free and comes with a money back guarantee! Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/12Lkz6X If you go to http://tinyurl.com/kc2f4vc , you can put a check mark in front of "CookingandCrafting" and check the box for "email with new uploads", you will receive an email the minute I upload a video. How sweet is that function? Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/km4fz98 Pinterest: http://tinyurl.com/kgooof5 Instagram: http://tinyurl.com/l2wmdbr Google Plus: http://tinyurl.com/ksgwmuc My other channel, where I vlog and take you OTG (on the go!!) around Hawaii and on trips with me: http://tinyurl.com/lagmt3r Playlists to all of my videos: http://tinyurl.com/lp2fgvz Please check out my bestie YT friend, Tammy (yoyomax12): http://tinyurl.com/3vzgpca Tammy and I have been friends for many years and met here on YouTube! Since then we have met up in real life many times. You will LOVE her tutorials and learn how to decorate cupcakes better than most bakeries do. She lives in Canada, but I really wish she lived next door. Lastly, smile! I like it when you smile :)
    

Channel Title : Vetaidproducts

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Published Date : 2012-02-06T17:23:04.000Z

Whether you call it Elizabethan Collar, E Collar Alternative, the cone of shame, or even a lamp shade, we have an alternative. The Stop Bite Collar is not only more attractive but more comfortable for your pet. There are many benefits to this e collar alternative: • Cats and Dogs • Ventilated Collar • Contoured Neck Design • Velcro Straps & Buckles • Safety Reflectors • Hook for Leash • Soft, Durable Materials • Machine Washable • Variety of Sizes To Order Call 1-877-838-2431
    

Channel Title : Standard Poodles

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Published Date : 2017-12-21T18:59:59.000Z

Strong willed standard poodle 🐩
    

Channel Title : The K9 Coach Carolinas

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Published Date : 2015-01-15T14:16:08.000Z

Dana Brigman from the K9 Coach Dog Training introduces the basic features of the Educator Mini Ecollar. The K9 Coach dog training team, led by Dana Brigman, provides In-home dog training as well as Board and Train services in Charlotte NC and the surrounding cities. We also service the Mooresville NC and Pinehurst NC areas. Dana and her team are experts at resolving bad dog behavior such as: dog aggression, human aggression, resource guarding, separation anxiety, fear, anxiety, leash aggression, leash reactivity, pulling on leash, jumping on people, counter surfing, stealing food, chewing, home destruction, barking, running away, growling, biting, cat aggression, and cat killing. Obedience training commands used are: “heel”, “sit/stay”, “down/stay”, “come”, “no”, “yes”, “good”, “okay” and the “place” command. Our behavior modification program is performed with the application of low-level, e-collar, off-leash, advanced obedience training. For more information on Dana Brigman of The K9 Coach Dog Training http://www.thek9-coach.com http://www.facebook.com/thek9coachcharlotte
    

Channel Title : SolidK9Training

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Published Date : 2015-02-22T05:20:21.000Z

Dog came into us yesterday with intense human aggression issues, owner cannot even get a collar on him without being attacked. The first things we are doing is going to get him to LOVE putting collars on, so the only time he eats for 2 weeks is putting on and off a collar, there is no other way he will eat. He will have a very different association with the collar and putting on and off collars. He has bitten many humans and is a high level resource guarder that highly escalates in the owners home. This is day one of training that we are showing. Solid K9 Training offers board and train services for all breeds, and ages. Board and train is primarily for dog behavior modification because doing so, produces fantastically behaved obedient dogs. Solid K9 Training offers both private classes and Board and Train services for dog training and behavior modification. Solid K9 Training teaches basic obedience such as proper leash walking, sit, down and come to puppies (puppy development) and adult dogs alike. Jeff Gellman Solid K9 Training www.SolidK9Training.com Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/user/SolidK9Training *********FOLLOW ME********** Web http://solidk9training.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Solid-K9-Training/140229622668254 Twitter https://twitter.com/SolidK9Training
    

Channel Title : Gary Smith

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Published Date : 2010-01-21T03:47:14.000Z

Guard poodle is ON THE JOB
    

Channel Title : pixie71981

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Published Date : 2009-11-05T21:53:36.000Z

Abigaile growling at a picture of a woman on the magazine cover
    

Channel Title : Gustav Orvefors

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Published Date : 2011-06-14T14:48:43.000Z

Poodles are evil! You know it and so do I... at least after this terrible experience! My ninja movie - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdOq8N-M5nE&feature=related
    

Channel Title : Laura Steigerwald

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Published Date : 2015-06-03T17:56:37.000Z

Macey the toy poodle is a vicious guard dog.
    

Channel Title : SolidK9Training

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Published Date : 2018-05-15T02:25:52.000Z

What Would Jeff Do? Dog Training Q&A #429 Original Air Date 5/14/18 This episode's topics included...Tips for E collars for counter surfing; Fearful dog training tips; Stop anxious Dogs that keep fighting; Training recall and making it more reliable; Dog is obsessed with fetch and has accidentally bitten; Stop dog that is leash reactive; Dog bites at the leash; Dogs misbehave on walks when walking more than one dog; Dog acts crazy when company is over; What to do if a dog is afraid of the e collar; Stop dog growling in crate; and more. Jeff Gellman Solid K9 Training 401-274-1078 *********FOLLOW ME********** • Solid K9 Training http://solidk9training.com/ • RV Dog Trainer http://www.rvdogtrainer.com/ • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/SolidK9Training/140229622668254 • Twitter @SolidK9Training • Instagram SolidK9Training • Patreon ... www.patreon.com/solidk9training • Periscope @SolidK9Training Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to my channel! Upcoming RV Dog Trainer stops include Providence, RI; Chicago, IL; Elkhart, IN; Denver, CO; Austin, TX; Ellenton, FL; Nazareth, PA; Simpsonville, SC; San Diego, CA; Long Island, NY and more! Internationale stops include Canada & London, England! Find out more at... https://www.facebook.com/Solid-K9-Training-140229622668254/events Solid K9 Training, founded by award-winning, internationally-acclaimed dog trainer Jeff Gellman, is one of the nations most effective and respected dog training services providing no-nonsense, "Real World" training methods throughout New England. Serving dog owners from Hartford, CT to Boston, MA in our multifaceted, secure and 24/7 staffed Solid K9 Training Center in Providence, RI, as well as all throughout the nation with Jeff's wildly successful RV Dog Trainer Tour. We will train any dog, regardless of breed, shape, size or history. We work to fix all dog behavior issues including excessive barking, growling, snapping, nipping, dog aggression (fighting), human aggression (biting), child aggression, pulling on leash, dog leash aggression, leash reactivity, skateboard reactivity, resource guarding, jumping on people, fear issues, anxiety issues, dog separation anxiety, dog chewing and destroying household items, running away, not listening, door bolting, stealing food, getting into the trash, cat aggression, chasing game, and killing animals/game. We also have a renowned reputation specializing in dog obedience training, which includes heeling and walking properly on a leash, sit/stay, down/stay, place, recall training (come to owner), and crate training. Our Training services include Board and Train behavioral modification, 1 on 1 Training, Obedience Classes, Puppy Training programs, Boarding / Board & Play, Daycare, and many free dog training resources including Dog training advice videos, dog training webinars, and Dog Training Q and A videos on Periscope . Our behavior modification training is cutting edge, using techniques like modern low level E-collar (remote collar) training and food and clicker training. Solid K9 Training has a worldwide reputation of being able to handle the most challenging dog behaviors and often times other dog trainers will refer their more serious cases to us. #solidk9training #dogtraining #dogtrainingadvice #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainer #dogobedience #k9training #dogtrainerslife #dogtraining101
    

Channel Title : whiskerDocs

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Published Date : 2012-07-10T20:56:01.000Z

How to get your dog to stop licking the wound after surgery or neutering
    

Channel Title : Howcast

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Published Date : 2010-06-22T14:46:03.000Z

Top Rated Products for any Dog Owner: FURminator deShedding Tool for Dogs: http://amzn.to/1JBydfH Bil-Jac Little Jacs Liver Training Treats: http://amzn.to/1UrI76w Earthbath All Natural Grooming Wipes: http://amzn.to/1JykFiY Premier Gentle Leader Head Dog Collar: http://amzn.to/1FjRGxo Earth Rated® Green Dispenser with Dog Waste Poop Bags: http://amzn.to/1KI1IyE Watch more Dog Training 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/359867-How-to-Stop-Your-Puppy-From-Biting Teaching your puppy to stop biting requires consistency and hard work. Save your fingers from future pain by training your dog at a young age that biting and chewing is bad behavior. Step 1: Play with your puppy, bringing attention to your hands Sit on the floor with your puppy and play. Bring their attention to your hands by tapping the floor in front of them and wiggling your fingers. Tip Don't scare your dog by tapping their face. Teasing might cause them to instinctively bite out of self-defense. Step 2: Yell "Ow!" and stop playing when puppy bites Loudly and sharply yell "Ow!" when your puppy bites you too hard. Quickly pull your hands away and immediately stop playing. Step 3: Play again and see if they continue to bite Play with your puppy again after a few minutes have passed. Again, draw attention to your hands, and see if they bite. Step 4: Offer a reward if they don't bite Offer a treat or other reward if your puppy doesn't bite your hand, and continue playing with them. Step 5: Yell "Ow!" again; ignore for 20 seconds if they bite Yell "Ow!" again if they bite you. Then turn away and ignore the dog or put them in a designated time-out spot. Wait 20 to 30 seconds before turning to them and trying again. Tip Choose a "time-out" spot for your dog, like a small room away from people, toys, and other animals; use this spot as a means of punishment. Never hit your dog to punish them. Step 6: Be consistent Be consistent in your training, practicing in short, 15-minute bursts of time as often as you can. Your dog will quickly learn that biting is a quick way to bring an end to the fun. Did You Know? Like humans, dogs have two sets of teeth -- baby teeth and adult teeth. Around four months old, a puppy's baby teeth start to fall out and their adult teeth grow in.
    

Channel Title : Rilakkimi

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Published Date : 2014-01-23T10:11:49.000Z

Charco's reaction when she hears police siren.
    

Channel Title : KzE_Production

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Published Date : 2017-11-16T22:00:00.000Z

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Channel Title : goodkarmatraining

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Published Date : 2014-05-02T02:13:39.000Z

Steph Marhle-Mishra of Good Karma Dog Training demonstrates with Teddy a four year old bichon frise and Hank a six-year-old, French Bulldog, how constant barking inside the home can be stopped with the implementation of a balanced dog training method. Both of the dogs also demonstrate how the "heel" command can be used to enjoy a calm structured loose leash walk. Heeling prevents the dog from pulling on leash, marking, and lunging at other dogs. The heel command is a formal obedience exercise in which a dog walks precisely by a handler's knee, matching her pace and immediately sitting when the handler halts. Hank and Teddy the dogs used for this demonstration had no experience with this command prior to Good Karma Training's instruction. E-collars or remote collars are a dog training tool also notoriously known as "shock collars". The remote collar I am referring to in this video, has a past product connection to the original "shock collar" but the product has been developed to function at a much greater range than the earlier versions of the first "shock collar". For example the first generation of remote stimulation collars had a limited range of stimulation levels, such as high, higher, and highest...That is not a great product for training pet dogs with low levels of distraction or even low levels of working drive, for example a Shih Tzu. The original "shock collar" product was designed to function on a very distracted hunting dog during a hunt, or even a German Shepherd during protection training. When working with dogs which were bred for intense sporting experiences, the handler requires higher intensity stimulation to interrupt the dog to ensure safety of other animals and/or people depending upon the nature of the training experience. I exclusively train with a remote collar designed by E-Collar Technologies, Inc. . The product I use to train my personal dogs, as well as my client dogs is the Educator Mini. The Educator Mini has a stimulation range from 0-100, and personally, I cannot even feel any of the stimulation until I reach number 8. Stimulation level 8 is more like a small poke, not an earth shattering shock. The pet dogs I train in-home and outdoors typically work under a stimulation level of 10 indoors, and 25 outdoors. I perform low-level remote collar training, which means I find the dog's lowest working level, (meaning what number do they feel the small poke feeling at), and then I work with the dog at that level, guiding them through obedience commands. The level of stimulation is determined by what the dog subtlety responds to. I am trained to recognize the subtle queues used to identify the dog's lowest working level of remote collar stimulation. I see remote collars as just another form of communication between people and their dogs. The pressure of the stimulation from the remote collar is not a painful experience. Low level stimulation work is meant to motivate the dog with a slight amount of pressure similar to pressure applied by a prong collar. I work with dogs on a regular basis that are clearly operating with this awesome product and these dogs are very happy to work through obedience commands, and enjoy off leash freedom. My impression of remote collar work is that it is SO much more humane and relaxing compared to just taking a dog off leash and hoping the dog comes back when called. Hope is not a strategy. Instead I choose to use tools to shape my reality, and ensure the dogs which are trained by me are responsive, safe, and calm family dogs. My dog method of dog training is performed with the utmost respect for your dog's calm state of mind. Good Karma Training is owned and operated by Steph Mahrle-Mishra, a licensed New York State dog trainer that offers both in-home, and board and train services for obedience training and dog behavior modification. Steph confidently resolves a host of dog behavioral issues which is not limited to aggression, anxiety, and fear. Steph teaches basic dog obedience, such as proper leash walking, "sit", "down", and "come" to puppies and adult dog's alike. She also trains off leash advanced obedience with modern low level remote collar training. Good Karma Training services the Northern New Jersey area (including Newark, Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Elizabeth, Livingston, Clifton, Montclair, Nutley, Short Hills, Chatham, Millburn, Berkeley Heights). Steph’s proven method of balanced dog training brings peace and harmony into the lives of her committed clients who recognize that real change is possible when balanced training is consistently applied. Steph Mahrle-Mishra is looking forward to bringing peace into your life! For more information, as well as free dog training tutorial videos, please see the following resources: Website: https://www.goodkarmatraining.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodKarmaTraining YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/goodkarmatraining Instagram: http://instagram.com/goodkarmatraining/
    

Channel Title : PoodlemanDiary

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Published Date : 2011-01-19T23:46:22.000Z

Herman does not allow squirrels on his property! He blends himself into the piano for surprise attacks.
    

Channel Title : Dog Training USA

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Published Date : 2017-12-23T15:30:01.000Z

Watch Dog Training Methods Reviews Simply Click The Link Below To Get Dog Training Tips Free Report! http://dog-training-usa.net/100dogtrainingtips/index.php You can find four basic choices for training your pet: signing up for a class, delivering the dog away to be trained, education all on your own or working separately with a trainer. The first option is to take a class with your puppy. A vet might recommend a specialist instructor in your area. We simply take my mutt to an obedience course with about ten people and puppies. I think it's a lot of enjoyment and thus does he. These classes operate often a year and last for about seven weeks. Within environment, a trainer works with the group on such things as sit, remain and walking on a lose leash. The environment is a great method for puppies to get always playing their particular humans when there are lots of disruptions. Most teachers provide 4 or 5 degrees of obedience, starting with puppy preschool through planning when it comes to show ring. For another choice, you can bring your puppy to an exercise facility either during the day (like day camp) or for a couple weeks or months at any given time. Someone else will then begin training your dog. I never ever recommend this option but someone who is actually traveling or too hectic or just reluctant to learn to teach a dog might see hardly any other away. The reason why i believe it is a terrible concept is basically because your dog learns to admire and answer anyone who trains all of them because the dog will accept that individual as a leader. As a result, I will always teach my own puppies. Some people expect their puppies another from locations like these totally trained, hence seriously isn't possible. Training your dog takes years of dedication rather than ends up. A 3rd option is training your puppy independently. The most difficult element of this is staying focused enough to exercise each day. When you have trained a dog in the past and have the knowledge, after that doing working out your self might-be most readily useful. It's possible to get results on education once you decide and employ your personal techniques. You won't need to pay a trainer, often. With the publications available on training puppies, you will find new ideas when you have issues. The 4th option is working separately with your dog instructor. It is good if you want work on certain dilemmas or you have never trained or owned your pet dog prior to. Likely this can cost even more, however it is worthwhile. When there is friends, a trainer is going to be speaking much more basic terms and won't be able to concentrate particularly on you plus puppy. In the event that you meet independently with a trainer, you'll ask all the questions you desire in which he or she will become familiar with your pet and also make better recommendations. Every person and puppy differs from the others, so you should use the most practical method for whatever dog you have. Each trainer need different a few ideas. Some cannot allow education collars, like choke or prong collars, although some need them. Im hesitant of a trainer which feels every puppy should put on exactly the same type of collar. A powerful Doberman that is hostile to other animals won't get by with the exact same collar as a miniature poodle wearing a nylon cat collar. The master and trainer should use great wisdom to choose exactly what tools would be best for each dog and also to use those resources precisely. Many trainers are actually making use of clickers and positive support only. With a clicker, your pet dog hears a click the moment she does something appropriate, eventually associating the mouse click with all the proper behavior. Other trainers merely use plenty of goodies and verbal praise and therefore are just as effective. First and foremost, you ought to select the suitable training options for your chosen lifestyle plus dog while being open to brand new ideas. Learn More About Dog Training Methods: @ http://dog-training-tips.online Feel free to share Our videos: (https://youtu.be/p9uGB28O8s4) Check Out Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOtltMf7LDw0EjAZbRDds3g Learn more about subject: (http://dog-training-usa.net) (https://www.cesarsway.com/dog-training/choosing-a-professional-trainer/different-kinds-of-dog-training) (https://www.cesarsway.com/dog-training/obedience/5-essential-commands-you-can-teach-your-dog) (http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/guide/dog-training-obedience-training-for-dogs) Check out other related videos: Dog Training Methods - (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1yHv8_tUlE) A Look At Dog Training Methods - (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfSB30N9fxs) Dog Training Collars - How To Use Different Types Of Training Collars - (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uCUR4pe8bM) Dog Training Methods Reviews Different Types of Dog Training Dog Training Methods Different Types of Dog Training Methods Dog Training
    

Channel Title : kezzamcfezza

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Published Date : 2016-05-17T18:47:35.000Z

This is a day in the life of Donaghy at doggie day care
    

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Published Date : 2015-03-15T14:12:07.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2013-02-22T02:14:34.000Z

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Channel Title : Animal Facts

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Published Date : 2017-03-16T00:42:31.000Z

Schnoodle Dogs 101 10 Facts About Schnoodles #schnoodle #dog Most Popular Designer Dog Breeds CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE - https://goo.gl/MFyIeQ HELP MAKE MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS ONE! http://bit.ly/2jh2A2Y GET ANIMAL FACTS notifications in your Facebook Messenger Inbox - https://manychat.com/l2/animalfactsus A schnoodle is a domestic dog. It is a cross between a schnauzer and a poodle. Schnoodle is a portmanteau combining the two breed names. Schnoodles are usually a cross of the smaller breeds of schnauzer and poodle. As such, the weight of an adult schnoodle can range from 20-79 pounds. Giant Schnoodles, the larger breed created by the pairing of a Standard Poodle and Giant Schnauzer, can weigh between 65 and up to 85 or 90 pounds for the largest of adult males. Schnoodles may possess the rough hair and strong body shape of the schnauzer, or the thinner shape and the curly hair of the poodle, or any combination of these characteristics. Temperament[edit] The temperament of the schnoodle reflects its schnauzer and poodle forebears. The schnauzer can be affectionate, naturally protective, intelligent and strong-willed; the poodle is often clever, active, and excels in obedience training. Schnoodles may inherit any combination of intelligence, personality, temper and protective nature of the parent breeds. They make good pets and are often devoted and affectionate to their family. Like both parent breeds, schnoodles are usually active dogs and are impressive runners and jumpers; regular exercise and activity are necessary components of their lives. Crossbreed status and recognition[edit] Schnoodles are first-generation crosses, with two purebred parents: a poodle and a schnauzer.[1][2][3] According to Newsweek, schnoodles are "rising to canine stardom."[4] Breed associations such as the AKC, the UKC, and the CKC, do not recognize the schnoodle, or any other designer cross, as a breed. However, some major kennel clubs do accept registration of crossbreed and mixed-breed dogs for performance events such as agility and obedience. As with many other designer crosses, the popularity of schnoodles has led to a rise in puppy mills selling this cross. Coat care[edit] Cross between a miniature schnauzer and a poodle. A schnoodle can take on the coat characteristics of either parent breed, such as the wiry hair of the schnauzer, the softer, curly hair of the poodle, or an intermediary coat. Some schnoodles develop coarser schnauzer-like hair on certain parts of the body (most notably the back) with other softer poodle-like areas. Schnoodle colors include black, white, brown, grey and apricot. Multi-colored dogs can include phantom (which takes on the coloring of a Doberman), black and white, sable or parti. Puppies in the same litter may differ in coat qualities and are hypoallergenic as both schnauzers and poodles are considered hypoallergenic. Schnoodles tend to shed less than other breeds due to the hair-like quality of their coats. They require weekly brushing as well as grooming every 2 to 3 months to prevent matting and tangles. There is no specific breed cut for a schnoodle; most groomers give schnoodles a general groom with rounded or squared-off semi-long hair left on the face. Health and behavior Like its parent breeds, some schnoodles will develop a large amount of in-the-ear hair. This must be removed by a vet or groomer to prevent ear infections that may result. Like both the poodle and schnauzer, the schnoodle may require expression of the anal glands several times per year; a vet or groomer can perform this service. As with poodles, it is a good idea to clean the discharge from under a schnoodle's eyes in order to minimize tear-staining, particularly on animals with a light coat. Since schnoodles are bred from two intelligent breeds, the poodle and the schnauzer, they are often easy to train as long as they have motivation and are constantly challenged. They need a structured living situation to prevent developing anxiety related behavioral problems. Schnoodles can be very excitable. They are friendly and accepting of both dogs and humans, but can have attachment issues with their owners.
    

Channel Title : jes pina

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Published Date : 2011-01-28T04:31:01.000Z

Poodle humps Doberman
    

Channel Title : Packlimated

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Published Date : 2011-03-14T14:36:46.000Z

The most important lesson your dog must learn in obedience is to honor the leash. That means NEVER letting the leash get tight. Whether the dog is moving away from you or you're moving away from the dog, the instant the leash begins to get tight the dog should turn back toward you and then follow along. Before you do anything else, work on honoring the leash. For an index of more videos, and to learn how to keep these training videos coming, visit us at http://www.packlimated.com/dog-training. Comments encouraged as well, so join in the conversation.
    

Channel Title : Zak George’s Dog Training Revolution

Views : 1378234

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Published Date : 2016-05-07T15:30:01.000Z

How to train your dog to Speak and Stop Barking This video is sponsored by Petflow! Set up automatic pet food delivery today at http://www.PetFlow.com/ZakGeorge Enter code Zak20 when you check out to receive 20% off of your first autoship order. Just choose your dog food. Decide how often you want it delivered and you’re done! Modify or cancel your order at any time for any reason! Support these videos by making a small monthly contribution on http://www.Patreon.com/ZakGeorge Thank you! Like me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheZakGeorge Videos I reference in this episode: How to teach your dog to stop barking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0A9SpCdRZg The Art of Communicating with a Dog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNhATwguJWA Train your dog to walk nicely on leash: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0bYJANdmbY
    

Channel Title : Tiffany Jones

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Published Date : 2016-01-05T01:40:32.000Z

    

Channel Title : SolidK9Training

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Published Date : 2018-07-03T01:50:16.000Z

What Would Jeff Do? Dog Training Q&A #433 Original Air Date 7/2/18 This episode's topics included...How to socialize dogs when they are in heat; Tips for training dogs recall on a long line; Training with an anxious dog; Heeling a dog when on a walk; Building a dogs confidence; Stop a puppy from whining; Refusing clients when starting a dog training business; Stop a dog from digging; and more. Jeff Gellman Solid K9 Training 401-274-1078 *********FOLLOW ME********** • Solid K9 Training http://solidk9training.com/ • RV Dog Trainer ... http://www.rvdogtrainer.com/ • https://cooldogtricks.com/ • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Solid-K9-Training/140229622668254 • Twitter @SolidK9Training • Instagram SolidK9Training • Patreon ... www.patreon.com/solidk9training • Periscope @SolidK9Training Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to my channel! Solid K9 Training, founded by award-winning, internationally-acclaimed dog trainer Jeff Gellman, is one of the nations most effective and respected dog training services providing no-nonsense, "Real World" training methods throughout New England. Serving dog owners from Hartford, CT to Boston, MA in our multifaceted, secure and 24/7 staffed Solid K9 Training Center in Providence, RI, as well as all throughout the nation with Jeff's wildly successful RV Dog Trainer Tour. We will train any dog, regardless of breed, shape, size or history. We work to fix all dog behavior issues including excessive barking, growling, snapping, nipping, dog aggression (fighting), human aggression (biting), child aggression, pulling on leash, leash aggression, leash reactivity, skateboard reactivity, resource guarding, jumping on people, fear issues, anxiety issues, separation anxiety, chewing and destroying household items, running away, not listening, door bolting, stealing food, getting into the trash, cat aggression, chasing game, and killing animals/game. We also have a renowned reputation specializing in obedience training, which includes heeling and walking properly on a leash, sit/stay, down/stay, place, recall training (come to owner), and crate training. Our Training services include Board and Train behavioral modification, 1 on 1 Training, Obedience Classes, Puppy Training programs, Boarding / Board & Play, Daycare, and many free dog training resources including Dog training advice videos, dog training webinars, and Dog Training Q and A videos on Youtube Live weekly. Our behavior modification training is cutting edge, using techniques like modern low level E-collar (remote collar) training and food and clicker training. Solid K9 Training has a worldwide reputation of being able to handle the most challenging dog behaviors and often times other dog trainers will refer their more serious cases to us.
    

Channel Title : Zak George’s Dog Training Revolution

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Published Date : 2016-08-06T15:00:02.000Z

How to teach your reactive dog to listen while on a walk. This video is sponsored by Petflow! Set up automatic pet food delivery today at http://www.PetFlow.com/ZakGeorge Enter code Zak20 when you check out to receive 20% off of your first autoship order. Just choose your dog food. Decide how often you want it delivered and you’re done! Modify or cancel your order at any time for any reason! Get the book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Zak-Georges-Dog-Training-Revolution/dp/1607748916/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1463152090&sr=8-1&keywords=dog+training+revolution OR visit http:www.dogtrainingrevolution.com for a list of booksellers. Support my videos by making a small contribution on patreon: http://www.patreon.com/ZakGeorge Like me on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/TheZakGeorge Videos I reference in this episode: How to teach your dog to love wearing a muzzle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7skDA82lvw How to teach your dog boundaries: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fl7GjPVs9A4 How to teach your dog to bark and stop barking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fcVPfkbYIM
    

Channel Title : Dogumentary TV

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Published Date : 2017-04-07T19:17:56.000Z

The American Bulldog is an amazing combination of work dog and family companion. Davette Fournier and her family have kept the breed as pets as well bred the dogs to share with the world. On thier five acre farm in Northern California the family shares thier home with, Hank, Cricket and Princess Fiona, all Johnson style American Bulldogs. The breed was reimagined by Allan Scott and JD Johnson in the 1960s, because many of the original traits of the original English Bulldogs were being lost. The American Bulldog is a great family pet.
    

Channel Title : Flash Dog Training

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Published Date : 2015-08-27T02:39:39.000Z

Trainer Kerry Hall puts the remote collar on her Mother for the first time. Her Mom thought she was just "zapping" her dogs. This is a huge misconception. Forty years ago this may have been the case. The remote collar of today does not even resemble its original ancestor. With so many levels and modes, The Mini Educator by E-Collar Technologies is like the equivalent of using a Mac Book Pro or Iphone 6. It has so may bells and whistles and can communicate with dogs using stimulation that is not tangible to a human. Kerry Hall is the owner and head trainer of Flash Dog Training. She is a certified Canine Training Specialist and Behavior Consultant. For nearly a decade, Kerry has been helping dog owners in five different states to achieve their training goals and create the relationship they have always dreamt of with their dogs. Kerry has worked in many facets of the dog world including shelters, daycares, boarding kennels, breed specific recues and training companies before starting her own business. Kerry believes in using a wide range of tools and techniques to achieve success in training. Being a balanced trainer means seeing each dog and owner as individuals and adjusting the approach accordingly using both corrections and positive reinforcement. Flash Dog Training services the Denver, Colorado Metro area ranging from, but not limited to, Aurora, Arvada, Castle Rock, Commerce City, Denver, Englewood, Lakewood, Littleton, Thornton, and Wheat Ridge. Website: http://www.flashdogtraining.com
    

Channel Title : Vince Smith

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Published Date : 2010-08-26T19:08:37.000Z

Vicious guard dogs fend off attack of crazy woman
    

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Published Date : 2018-03-18T14:58:47.000Z

Our Formula for Success: PTPPP There are some common issues that owners have with puppies and younger dogs. Some examples are: ⦁ potty training (dogs having regular accidents in the home) ⦁ crate training (dogs throwing a fit when kenneled - barking, whining, etc.) ⦁ household management (dogs not following commands, chewing on items, getting into trouble, etc.) For ALL of our puppy clients, as with our own puppy, we follow a simple but strict protocol. This simple, but effective protocol offers an easy road to success against many of the typical problems owners struggle with. We can avoid accidents in the house and have a calm and quiet puppy in the crate. We can shape an eager and enthusiastic partner in training and provide appropriate physical and mental activity to satisfy our puppies bodies and brains every day. How do we do it...? PTPPP 🔸Potty 🔸Train 🔸Play 🔸Potty 🔸Put Away P-POTTY is the very first thing you should do with your puppy. Take your pup out to potty after resting, before or after activities that might stimulate their system and shortly after any eating or drinking. T - TRAIN your puppy after they have gone to the bathroom. When they are fresh from a nap and empty is the perfect time to practice some commands, name recognition or other games and activities. This is very important for a pups young mind to help engage them and tire them out physically and mentally. Use their meals and food versus treats and train before play time with toys or other dogs ** Depending on your dogs age and potty needs you may also want to allow a bathroom break after training time and before play time as well. ** P - PLAY with your puppy or allow a little bit of play with a doggy friend after training time. This will help drain any remaining energy left after training and give your pup a fun outlet for their chasing and biting desire. It is also of course fun to play with your puppy, but it also offers a valuable bonding and appropriate outlet channeling opportunity. Be sure to monitor your pup during hyper play times as this can lead to an accident in the house if they get too worked up. Another potty break will be the next step! P - POTTY your puppy AGAIN (even if they just went out twenty minutes ago)! A puppy has a very quick system and this leads to them having to go often, especially with any type of activity such as training and play time. Do not get lazy while your puppy is young, take them out frequently and help prevent accidents so you can ensure proper housebreaking until they are older. We see and hear the most accidents occur after puppies awake from naps or are running around like crazy during play time and need to go. This second potty break will also make sure your puppy is empty before their next nap time and being put away. P - PUT AWAY your puppy after they have had training, play and potty time. You can put your puppy in their crate, back tie them or use an exercise pen. Puppies need frequent naps and down time to rest their body and absorb all of the things they have learned during training time. They also need to learn to accept being "put away" for crate training and so they can develop a calm and relaxed state of mind when they are alone or away from us. Regular separation periods in training and raising a young puppy are crucial to avoid the monster that is separation anxiety as well. Crating or confining your puppy will also allow you to safely get things done without them potentially running around and having an accident, chewing on cords, bothering the adult dogs, etc. etc. If you put them away after training time, play time and some bathrooom breaks, they will also be tired and less fussy in crate since they will be satisfied from the physical and mental activity to meet their needs. Also remember with young puppies this formula as a good general guideline: Puppy Potty Formula (Age In Months + 1 = Number of Hours Between Potty Breaks!) Too often we see pups having to "hold it" for longer than they are ready for or being given too much freedom and having frequent accidents in the house. Be prepared to do A LOT of potty outings, watch them like a hawk and control their freedom when bringing a young dog into your family! Some pups quickly show an ability to hold their potty for longer periods of time even at a young age (such as overnight). This is "getting lucky" so be prepared that not all pups will adjust this well and it is not the norm. In order to work toward success with your puppy there are a few key things you need to implement. You need to Control the environment, provide appropriate outlets and activities, not allow too much freedom and keep a strict schedule utilizing our PTPPP formula will help you and your puppy (and older dogs too) get there. The key to success is preventing failure! We can help get you and your puppy started off on the right path toward success: www.balancedlifek9.com
    

Channel Title : Zak George’s Dog Training Revolution

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Published Date : 2014-11-06T03:11:33.000Z

Check out the crate you saw in this video here: http://www.midwesthomes4pets.com/products/ovation-trainer-double-door-dog-crate-1 Check out other awesome products from Midwest Homes for Pets. http://www.midwesthomes4pets.com/my-pet/dogs-puppies-1 Support our videos on Patreon: http://www.Patreon.com/ZakGeorge Like me on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/ZakGeorge A Step by Step Guide to To Teaching your Puppy or Dog: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMssKIjsDxXmMGypWsr8u-yGOUSoPoozb How to potty train your dog and get him or her comfortable with a crate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG-gyJP8op0 How to socialize your puppy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPalWyt1b8c
    

Channel Title : SolidK9Training

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Published Date : 2018-10-02T13:45:01.000Z

Meet our newest board and train, Keeko. Keeko struggles with leash reactivity, human aggression, and all around pushy/rude behavior. We will be spending the next few weeks communicating to him clearly that his old behaviors are no longer acceptable and teaching him more appropriate ways of navigating through life. His owners are no longer able to bring him places due to his outbursts and lack of trust in their dog. We will be setting them all up with a solid foundation to build off of over the next three weeks. - - Note, the owners are here and have already made a huge commitment to their dog. They should be applauded for even showing up, and we are proud of their efforts. We will not tolerate any negativity about this family and their dog. They are the ones who will be putting in the real work in a few weeks. Jeff Gellman Solid K9 Training 401-274-1078 *********FOLLOW ME********** • Solid K9 Training http://solidk9training.com/ • RV Dog Trainer ... http://www.rvdogtrainer.com/ • https://cooldogtricks.com/ • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Solid-K9-Training/140229622668254 • Twitter @SolidK9Training • Instagram SolidK9Training • Patreon ... www.patreon.com/solidk9training • Periscope @SolidK9Training Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to my channel! Solid K9 Training, founded by award-winning, internationally-acclaimed dog trainer Jeff Gellman, is one of the nations most effective and respected dog training services providing no-nonsense, "Real World" training methods throughout New England. Serving dog owners from Hartford, CT to Boston, MA in our multifaceted, secure and 24/7 staffed Solid K9 Training Center in Providence, RI, as well as all throughout the nation with Jeff's wildly successful RV Dog Trainer Tour. We will train any dog, regardless of breed, shape, size or history. We work to fix all dog behavior issues including excessive barking, growling, snapping, nipping, dog aggression (fighting), human aggression (biting), child aggression, pulling on leash, leash aggression, leash reactivity, skateboard reactivity, resource guarding, jumping on people, fear issues, anxiety issues, separation anxiety, chewing and destroying household items, running away, not listening, door bolting, stealing food, getting into the trash, cat aggression, chasing game, and killing animals/game. We also have a renowned reputation specializing in obedience training, which includes heeling and walking properly on a leash, sit/stay, down/stay, place, recall training (come to owner), and crate training. Our Training services include Board and Train behavioral modification, 1 on 1 Training, Obedience Classes, Puppy Training programs, Boarding / Board & Play, Daycare, and many free dog training resources including Dog training advice videos, dog training webinars, and Dog Training Q and A videos on Youtube Live weekly. Our behavior modification training is cutting edge, using techniques like modern low level E-collar (remote collar) training and food and clicker training. Solid K9 Training has a worldwide reputation of being able to handle the most challenging dog behaviors and often times other dog trainers will refer their more serious cases to us.
    

Channel Title : National Geographic

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Published Date : 2008-08-21T16:49:28.000Z

Hula is an agitated little dog, but learns to stop barking and meet others. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Dog Whisperer: Caesar & Squatty, and Hula : http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/dog-whisperer/all/Overview Calm Down! | Dog Whisperer https://youtu.be/cffj0vOBWsc National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
    

Channel Title : TrueTriz

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Published Date : 2017-09-24T18:08:11.000Z

Minecraft Pocket Edition! How to make wolf armor in Minecraft PE Pocket Edition, Xbox on the Minecraft better together update! The Armored Wolves replace the ordinary wolves in Minecraft. If you find one out in the wild then you can tame it with some bones. Armored wolves have armour on them by default however you still need to go in the Minecraft PE wolf inventory and insert the armor on the wolf itself. You can even put a saddle on the minecraft wolf and ride it too. If you would craft the wolf armor you need the same blocks and items that you would make the Minecraft horse armor. This Minecraft Pocket edition addon enables you to also put diamond armor on and dye the wolf armor to whatever color you want. It will be funny to use this Minecraft wolf armor in a Minecraft roleplay series. If you want more Minecraft Pocket edition armor videos let me know in the comments section of today's minecraft video! Made by: @jujustep_julien Download: https://goo.gl/twCX9t Previous Videos: Minecraft CREEPER items: https://youtu.be/yAkjZJdg7VA How to CLONE STEVE in Minecraft: https://youtu.be/2eS0DScDyDg How to Live inside Herobrine mob: https://youtu.be/t-0xJJaHAro If you are reading this comment: " WOLFIE "
    

Channel Title : SolidK9Training

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Published Date : 2017-12-11T01:04:17.000Z

Free Skype #209 Gwendolyn How to handle a dog that bites at strangers and adults. Conditioning the dog to human touch is where Jeff would start in a non aggressive bad behavior situation such as this. Non verbal or calm voiced training and even having strangers ignore the dog can help. Next punishments need to be introduced to curb bad behavior. Using a bonker or E collar should be the next step to stopping this bad behavior. Gwendolyn asks... Our foster dog (English Mastiff) Henry bites at some people's hands when they greet him. This is after an introduction where the person sits and ignores him initially, then tosses treats in his general direction. Henry will walk up to the person and gently take treats from their hand but bite at them if they try to pet him. Even when approaching from below. On one occasion he bit at someone he had already made "friends" with, i.e. played with and allowed to pet him. Every day in 2017 starting the first week of January I am offering a free 15 minute Skype session with folks from around the world. It can be on Dog Training, Business Building, Social Media, Personal Growth, overcoming fear, client relations or anything else that helps you build your business and build yourself to be better. This is my commitment to give even more free content to the world. If you want to do a free Skype with me you can go to this link https://www.timetrade.com/book/FKK1Q Jeff Gellman Solid K9 Training 401-274-1078 *********FOLLOW ME********** • Solid K9 Training http://solidk9training.com/ • RV Dog Trainer • http://www.rvdogtrainer.com/ • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Solid-K9-Training/140229622668254 • Twitter @SolidK9Training • Instagram SolidK9Training • Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/SolidK9Training • Periscope @SolidK9Training Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to my channel! Solid K9 Training, founded by award-winning, internationally-acclaimed dog trainer Jeff Gellman, is one of the nations most effective and respected dog training services providing no-nonsense, "Real World" training methods throughout New England. Serving dog owners from Hartford, CT to Boston, MA in our multifaceted, secure and 24/7 staffed Solid K9 Training Center in Providence, RI, as well as all throughout the nation with Jeff's wildly successful RV Dog Trainer Tour. We will train any dog, regardless of breed, shape, size or history. We work to fix all dog behavior issues including excessive barking, growling, snapping, nipping, dog aggression (fighting), human aggression (biting), child aggression, pulling on leash, leash aggression, leash reactivity, skateboard reactivity, resource guarding, jumping on people, fear issues, anxiety issues, separation anxiety, chewing and destroying household items, running away, not listening, door bolting, stealing food, getting into the trash, cat aggression, chasing game, and killing animals/game. We also have a renowned reputation specializing in obedience training, which includes heeling and walking properly on a leash, sit/stay, down/stay, place, recall training (come to owner), and crate training. Our Training services include Board and Train behavioral modification, 1 on 1 Training, Obedience Classes, Puppy Training programs, Boarding / Board & Play, Daycare, and many free dog training resources including Dog training advice videos, dog training webinars, and Dog Training Q and A videos on Periscope on Monday and Wednesday nights. Our behavior modification training is cutting edge, using techniques like modern low level E-collar (remote collar) training and food and clicker training. Solid K9 Training has a worldwide reputation of being able to handle the most challenging dog behaviors and often times other dog trainers will refer their more serious cases to us.
    

Channel Title : Dogumentary TV

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Published Date : 2018-07-06T13:00:00.000Z

The Kangal Dog is well known and very popular on the internet for being a fighting dog. The reality is that the breed has developed over hundreds of years as a Livestock Guardian Dog. While the occasional honor fight may have occurred amongst shepherd, the breed's primary purpose was to defend and if necessary fight of large predators like wolves and bears, in it's home region of Sivas, Turkey. For hundreds of years the Kangal Dogs have fought deadly battles with large predators. Well on Evans Mill Cattle Ranch, the work may not be as deadly but the name of the game is still protection. Elisabeth Jensen and Marc Guilfoil employ six Kangals, to protect their cattle and keep the grounds of their ninety acre ranch in order. On their ranch the biggest villians are Black Vultures and the always pesky Coyote. A working Kangal on duty will station itself on a high vantage point overlooking its flock. On hot days, the dog will dig itself a hollow in the ground to keep cool. Novices learn by staying close to older dogs. The dogs will work in pairs or teams depending on the size of the flock, taking up positions around the sheep and changing their positions as needed. The intensity of their patrols around the sheep increases at nightfall.
    

Channel Title : Leerburg

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Published Date : 2011-09-01T20:58:31.000Z

I picked up my 8 week old puppy today, I ordered one of your ExPens in advance. I have a slight problem. After exercising my pup for quite a long time today after her long plane ride, I placed her in the pen. I went into the kitchen for a moment and as soon as I returned into the den, she had already climbed up the side and basically fell on the floor. She wasn't injured at all and seemed to enjoy it. My question is at this age what should I be doing to stop this? It amazes me that she was even capable of performing this feat at such a young age. Have you ever had this problem? And at what age do you think that this will stop? Do you have any advice? How often do your dogs stay in the ex-pen compared to the crate at the age of 8 to 12 weeks of age?

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