Dog Training – ‘Sit’ in motion with distraction (Part 1)

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

YouTube Description A ‘sit’ in motion is a great exercise to do with your dog, and especially around distraction. Being out in the real world with your dog, you will be confronted with distraction everywhere you go so it is best that your dog be prepared for it. This is me and my dog ‘Nash’. “Nash” is a 3 year old Belgian Malinois. The other 2 dogs in the video are a 4 month old puppy yellow Labrador Retriever, and also a 7 and 10 month old Labs as well. This is also a good exercise to do for any dog that walks ahead of you or pulls you, as will be explained in this dog training video. instructional video instruction environment vlog exercise workout dog training sit puppy Labrador retriever belgian malinois

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5 Responses

  1. Davian34
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    Pretty Nice

  2. chackk12
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    Is it possible to show like how to even start doing something like that? Or if you could just give me an advice what to do, because I’m pretty sure that if I say my dog SIT while we’re walking he’ll know what I asked for but he’ll just keep on walking.

  3. motowoman
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    Gracias amigo!!

  4. TheWaZzUp132
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    cool dogs

  5. Dog Lover
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    His hand movements for sit are so slight I cannot even see them on the video! That pup is very obedient considering his distractions… I am not that lucky, more training!

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