Aggressive dog training and aggression rehab tips (www.k9-1.com)


I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=pL13n-yYy8I%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

Aggression rehab dog training video for aggressive dogs should only be done by a qualified dog trainer. Dog Training video shot in new york ( NY ). Food aggression, dog agression, people agressive dogs, leash aggresion dog training, aggressiveness toward the dog handler, and all other dog problems that cause real dog bites. Aggressive rehab dog training with the “east coast” dog whisperer Mike D’Abruzzo at k9-1 Specialized Dog Training in New York. All dog training by the dog trainers are done with knowledge, respect, and patience. If you would like to learn more about Michael D’Abruzzo’s training techniques go to www.k9-1.com Thank you for watching my dog training videos.

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25 Responses

  1. KCDogguy
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    While I agree with the reward based training I do see some possible issues with the first dog continuing to react. The more a dog reacts, the lower the threshold each successive time. The first dog kept escalating his bite intensity. With time, the dog may bite less, but there’s a possibility that the actual bite intensity could increase. Interesting use of the protective padding.

  2. KCDogguy
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    While I agree with the reward based training I do see some possible issues with the first dog continuing to react. The more a dog reacts, the lower the threshold each successive time. The first dog kept escalating his bite intensity. With time, the dog may bite less, but there’s a possibility that the actual bite intensity could increase. Interesting use of the protective padding.

  3. daryl152
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    SO amazing! lolz thanks for the great video!

  4. calico102c
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    LOL “Veterinarians are good!!” in the background for the dog with the checkup phobia

  5. angelt703
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    I do not agree with the first dogs food aggression. It seems that when after he attacks your hand, you open it up almost right after for a food reward saying good boy? Isnt this just re-enforcing his bad behavior?

  6. ninjakittyinmypants
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    @angelt703 Thats a common misconception actually. I used to believe the same thing. What happens though is if you change the behaviour, it leads to a change of the emotional state behind the behaviour. I believe what they where doing was a combination of basically letting the dog see that biting gets you no where, and when you back off, you get a tasty treat! So hand coming towards you no only doesn’t leave when you bite it, but that hand also equals good things such as food.

  7. dogswitchdog
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    I like your methods! I think the gloves idea works well. I have my own amateur videos showing how I helped my dog, but I realized every dog is different and sometimes gloves or other methods are needed.

  8. hgirlsampson
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    The first dog has issues…he deliberately enjoys biting. He is making a game out of it. Wow.

  9. LesPaulRockerProduct
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    how do i get my dog to stop acting aggressive to dogs that come into our house?

  10. airfoster1
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    @LesPaulRockerProduct they wont stop being aggressive at random dogs that come in the house…. they are just trying to protect the house and they think they are the boss of the house

  11. honeyipodgirl
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    I often wonder how these dogs get so aggressive! I wonder if the owner has or does traumatise them or they’ve had a bad experience.

  12. MrMickguard77
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    where do you buy gloves like that? I need a pair, and how much are they???

  13. TheAlich786
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    what is the name of the treat you will give him or her

  14. HelperdognMe
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    My (white headed) dog is reactive mostly because he is from bad breeders who just tied him outside since he was a young puppy and for the most part ignored him. If he got any socialization it was with kids. Any dog interaction must have been mixed. They said he was teased a lot. He liked other border collies and will be very submissive to them, but those OTHER breeds…? I’ve had him since he was 7 months. Seems like the Gentle Leader may help me walk him around in a more controled manner.

  15. LtActionCam
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    I have alot of respect for these trainers. Their ability to remain calm with a dog that might rip his head off is unbeleiveable.

  16. 420AshleyMarie420
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    Well what i see, is when the dog attacks you.. you say “good boy!” then you give him a treat, So really your rewarding him for attacking you.. there shouldnt be no touch talk or eye contact or rewards till the dog backs off and sits or lays down and lets you have the food.

  17. tehkittehcat
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    i would just take the bowl off him…and give it back only when hes calm ….thats what i always do with dogs who doesnt let ppl touch their food and it works pretty well

  18. SenorPigBenis
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    goooooooooood boyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy goooooooooooooooood boyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

  19. holypaladinpewpew
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    you guys are dumb. if my dog ever barks at me or someone else all i do is hit it really hard and it understand and walks away to a corner.

  20. kingsblendstrain
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    i personally think they trained them wrongly by not letting the dog know its wrong to bite in the first place

  21. recycle93
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    i like that whole respect understanding and patience thing they said bc that goes for all dogs and thanks for not including just one breed.

  22. recycle93
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    @holypaladinpewpew hmm not smart man i can see thats how your parents did you too right no offense, i spank my dog in the thigh but only enough to let him know he did wrong but thats after ive warned him like 3 times not to do something and also i use a deep angry tone bc you shouldnt always have to lead to physical violance when trying to teach.Trust me they’ll get a clue once you do things the right way repeatedly.

  23. KidAnime20
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    This… is hilarious. You don’t EVER let a dog bite you. And you don’t EVER hit the dog to hurt it and mae it understand. Let me just make one thing clear. If you see any other video that says Dog TRAINING, say the hell away from it. Training is a human made-up method. Training is meant to be used for humans themselves only. Rehabilitation is for the dog. This video’s methods are okay, but this is not guaranteed to work. You don’t say, “Good boy,” repeatedly, when the dog is excited or anxious.

  24. Jilterin
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    goood job i like it but it takes too long time!!

  25. SecretTrollAccount1
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    How would one go about training aggression towards other dogs out?

    My dog is 100% of the time in fight mode when it sees other dogs, tail goes up, hackles are raised and lots of barking, pulling on leash. His previous owners had tried sedatives, and also nutured him but no change in overall behaviour. Your suggestions would be very helpful.

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