Dog Training : How to Train Your Dog to Stay

Training a dog to stay entails teaching a dog to sit still through distance, duration and distractions, and remember to use positive reinforcement and short …

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46 Responses

  1. Mari Kurokawa
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    my dog is called max

  2. Mari Kurokawa
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    my release word is gonna be trolllllllllll

  3. aparadektos noumeroena
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    θα το παχυνεις το σκυλι

  4. Frank Tank
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    Queeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeef

  5. Andy Wolf
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    I taught my German Shepherd the hand signals we learned in the Infantry to
    accompany her commands. The ones here are “Hold” and “Move Out”.

  6. nirmal vishal
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    my release word is going to be boooooboooooos

  7. AstoriaSk8tz
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    what kind of dog is that??

  8. TotallyCandy
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    becuhs it cant stay there for ever -0-

  9. yourdisneyguide
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    FREEEEEEEEEE

  10. Jan Cabali
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    lol just kiddin.. You know my dog is like that, he keeps on running and
    running once he get out of his cage

  11. jj12j
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    clickers are for the weak

  12. Snowqueen T
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    i like that! seams easy

  13. helloimfishypaul
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    my release word is going to be pickle

  14. cuban121783
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    @beatface360 You and your stupid comment, get a life!!!!!!

  15. Amytamywamee
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    my dog never listens to me he only listen when i say EATING TIME poor fat
    jake -.-

  16. macdadysymon
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    i just point a finger at my jack russel nd he sits…but when we play fetch
    he neva bringz back the ball…

  17. horselinda123456789
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    @josski32 I KNOW RIGHT?!!! I would be swimming in dogs right now if my mom
    didn’t have them so much.

  18. Alex Glez
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    @helloimfishypaul you dont know i may be your neighbor , and now I know it
    😉

  19. Jimmy Feeney
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    Your voice is so annoying

  20. xXFumbles16Xx
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    why does she always wear the same thing in her videos?

  21. Samuel Stowers
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    this doesnt work

  22. omar2garcia
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    FREEEEEEE

  23. Trent S
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    What kind of dog is that???!!!

  24. ManosTheDJ
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    Freeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  25. nani1711
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    It’s not right.,all these dogs are like teached before to stay,my dog will
    stand up if I would move

  26. MrLukathebeast
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    when i am going to tell him to sit she is naturally sitting already

  27. horselinda123456789
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    @josski32 just adopt one from a shelter! you wont only have what you want,
    you’ll be saving a life. but remember, some breeds are much more difficult
    to train. just have patience.

  28. KStanchev
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    Mu dog has almost did the behavior

  29. ilikefire90
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    i put fear in my dogs when im training them… they listen 4xs better

  30. ILoveStellaPuppyBaby
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    why do you say “good job” all the time? lol

  31. Daniel Luthens
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    Thanks now I can hide stuff and he’ll find them

  32. notreallyjordan
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    Hello, the dog is already trained. Another moronic Expert Village “expert”
    giving bad advice. She gives no idea of how she got the dog to stay in the
    first place. Yet another Austin trainer to avoid. Watch a lot of videos of
    training, don’t ever expect Expert Village to be useful in anything, and
    choose a video that doesn’t look so ridiculous and oversimplified because
    they start with a trained dog.

  33. 58008518
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    @locoboxspaceship pockets full of cat biscuits work well!?!! lol

  34. Uchihasasuk5
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    what breed of dog is that? if anyone could tell me, that would be great. it
    looks like a rat terrier?

  35. Mokshat Sood
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    @nani1711 its ‘taught’ not ‘teached’

  36. Albin Clern
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    how old should the dog be when you do this?

  37. George Bush
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    @KaptainKhaos99 i was thinking the exact same thing

  38. beatface360
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    stupid video, zak george teaches a more relationship based learning
    experience for the dog, rather then a slave owned type dog. No dog should
    be ever told its “free”

  39. german2809
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    and? have you already tried the flat palm, turning around, jumping…and
    freeeeeee? I will (when nobody sees me)

  40. MrLoco075
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    freeeee!

  41. snowmanx831
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    FREEEEEEEEEEEEE

  42. Miguel Angel Rincon Moya
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    i think that teach your dog with food is not the proper way

  43. Ahmed Zuza
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    WORKS (Y)

  44. TheJeremyAngus
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    my mums guide dog is named rayrar to!!!!

  45. horselinda123456789
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    @josski32 lol hate yea, not have LOL I have a dog right now named Nessie,
    my mom has never trained her so I’m having to do it

  46. horselinda123456789
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    my dog has gone 2 years without any training besides Sit. and im the only
    one in my family going to get to work. my dog, Nessie, has already pretty
    much gotten Down, now. next im going to work on her jumping habits. (shes a
    goldenxblack lab). she has clawed me before. so once i finish up her
    training, ill finish up with getting some of her unfinished shed off, and
    giving her a grapefruit juice bath.

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