Dog Training Tips : Reducing Distractions for a Dog


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

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

Learn how to train your dog to listen to your commands and not pay attention to distractions; learn more tips on reducing distractions in this free pet obedience video. Expert: Ryan Gwilliam Bio: Ryan Gwilliam has trained over 10 dogs. He specializes in obedience training. Filmmaker: joseph wilkins

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10 Responses

  1. janetmichel3009
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    that is the quick and easy way to make your dog leash reactive! the better way would be to work from a distance and gradually move closer to the distraction….

  2. psbz0
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    you don’t even let your scared dog look at the ground!

  3. fuzzenutts
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    10 min

  4. laws507
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    So your taking HIM on a walk, but he’s not allowed to sniff the ground etc and scent his area or enjoy his walk, so tell me why do you have a dog?????

  5. IloveDogTraining
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    nice vid

  6. candipoox
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    Yes, people take their DOGS for walks. You have to practice good manners when walking at some point in the dogs life. If you don’t you’re asking for an unpleasant experience for you… the master (and people passing) whenever you go in any public area with your dog. Dogs need to know rules first and foremost.

  7. candipoox
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    Once they understand the rules, then let them sniff and enjoy their walk. I bet you’re the type of person that doesn’t train your “precious baby” manners because it might hurt his/her feelings. Dogs are to be loved but you arent doing anyone favors by allowing them to be unruly in public. A GOOD dog owner is a responsible one that takes the time to work with, and ofcourse love and care for them.

  8. doggies2win
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    wat if they were crazy dogs my dog will b dead within 10min

  9. bearagilitydogluver
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    does any one know how to train your dog not to chase after bunnies??? is it the right thing to pop your dog on a choke if he tries to go after it?this is what uve been doing to my chow mx bear, its not working,,,,,,,,does anyone have any tips??????????????????

  10. angmel89
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    Thanks Ryan !!! … My Labrador Retriever gets very distracted while we’re walking, I swear he has ADD :)… Now I know how to deal with this problem, I wasn’t sure if him sniffing the ground was wrong for him to do, so thank you for confirming that for me !!! Keep up the good work ;)

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