I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!
www.sitmeanssit.com Fred Hassen of Sit Means Sit dog training, showing the results of “Sit Means Sit” Dog training with a timid, scared dog. “Sit Means Sit” dog training locations are throughout the US and abroad, and make it easiest on owners and dogs to communicate effectively with…
What do you think?
BINGO! Like she said “AMAZING” Great Job!:)
Oh my gosh…this is soo amazing…i didn’t know something like this could happen…my sister’s dog should do that…but he’s soo small and soo aggresive…he thinks he’s the leader..
excellent job pal u earn it!
Is that Super Dave training dogs? funny voice..;-)
What does the E Collar do?
the foster mom energy is not strong enough, probably increases dog insecurity …. thats why the guy is able to be leader cause he has experience in what energy to portray.
?? are you a trainer? i think he actually did a pretty good job..this guy is makign progress..i mean the dog is already labeled as a fearful dog…just because the dog is making advancements doesnt mean the tail is automatically going to go up (its a fearful dog..it takes time)…fearful dogs probably take longer to remold and work with than any other dog problem. I find it faster to train a super aggressive dog than a fearful one…this sho
@ladogtrainer The owner puts the collar on at 1:09. Do you think this dog was shut down?
wow!! great work..
shes got a nice arse lol
really enjoyed watching to your videos – I love animals and its great looking after them!
thank you very much – love your pet friendly choice. I have to got go take mine for a walk, and I love it!
thanks for the pet uploads – I love your taste
my dog has the same problem. we have a really hard time getting her out and once out, she’s scared of everything. this has been going on for months and getting worse. we take her out for a walk every day and try to desensitize her. even if she warms up to being out that day, the next day is just as bad as it was before. getting really worried. we’ve tried lots of positive reinforcement, treats, etc. nothing works. we’ve had her since she was a baby – she’s now almost two. help?
She holds the leash like she’s never walked a dog in her life.