Dog Training Tips : How To Bond With Your Dog

Dog Training Tips : How To Bond With Your Dog


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

https://youtube.com/watch?v=YoHAKAe7XHk%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

Learn tips on how to bond with your dog in this free video clip on dog training. Expert: Marshall Mills Bio: Marshall Mills has had his dog since she was a puppy & she’s been in two films: “7 Angels in Eden” — www.Fayteville.com “A Wife’s Tail” — www.VolitionStudios.com Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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  1. bondfrenchbond
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    LOL, that was so cute. Those were some great tips for new puppies. I’m getting my first puppy in 6 weeks and I can’t wait! Thanks for the tips! Please feel free to make more videos if you think of any more. Thanks again!

    François

  2. AstR0cH1ck3N483
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    Thats sweet! Im getting a great dane soon and im afraid cuddling like a baby when its bigger is going to be very hard! XD

    Thank you for sharing!

  3. kitkat014335
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    @AstR0cH1ck3N483 i had a grate dain they are awsom and they get as big as a horse!!

  4. jackspage22
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    i have a german shephard he could kick ur grate dains ass!

  5. 1cat2cat3cat4
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    you should never physically correct your dog, IF you insist on making physical contact a part of training you should use a magazine of other object not hands, whenever a dog does something undesirable you merely correct them by using a “cold shoulder” of sorts, If your dog acts out verbally correct them then turn aside from them for a second or two( until the dog is calm) this will also help the dog trust you and be more obedient to vocal commands instead of fearing being hit.

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