Dog Training Tutorial- HOUSETRAINING


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

https://youtube.com/watch?v=aRcAKOFE60M%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

YouTube Description

House-training is often the first thing most dogs need to learn as they become part of a new family. Since this is something I have been getting numerous requests for – I decided to do a video on it. There is some additional information on housetraining (tips) that I did not include in the video which is available on my Facebook page under the discussions section. LINKS ——— FACEBOOK: bit.ly TWITTER: bit.ly WEBSITE: www.trainingpositive.com EMAIL: tab@traningpositive.com ***NOTE*** All this information assumes that the dog in question is in good health and not suffering from any sickness/disease. Sometimes lack of bladder and bowel control is a result of ill health and if you suspect that this might be the case with your dog, please immediately consult your vet to rule out any such possibility. It is also assumed that the dog is not struggling with fear-based elimination. As is often the case with some dogs, the goal in these instances would be to tackle the issue of fear/anxiety in addition to following all the advice given in the video. Unfortunately, the details in these situations are specific and unique to the dog – so the best approach is to contact a professional dog trainer who uses positive reinforcement only, to assess and determine the most appropriate course of action.

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25 Responses

  1. Mehar1996
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    @nataliawasilewska97 if you don’t neuter/castate a dog, it might end up being aggressive or dominant, but hey, take his advice over mine!

  2. ctarroza
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    Great job with the videos, I’ve watched many of them and I don’t even have a dog but am planning on getting one. The question I have is whether your advice will work with all breeds of dogs. I’m thinking of a Shiba Inu but have heard that they are not easy to train and could be very stubborn. Is it a matter of breed or as long as you put in the time, you will get the results you want? Are there some dogs who just won’t be obedient no matter how much training and care you’ve put into it?

  3. Girlyy4
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    It took me 2 weeks for my border collie to understand it doesnt do its buisness in the house. Everyone told me i was blessed with an angel puppy haha. I was very lucky. But i also took pracortions like, taking him to the toilet often. And taking away his food and water 2 to 3 hours before bedtime. And it all worked out great :)

  4. JayFoxFire
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    Thanks for the tips, we’ll need it soon. We’re getting a new german shepherd puppy in a couple of months

  5. tab289
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    @ctarroza You are correct, it is just a matter of putting in some time and being creative. It could be that there are such dogs that are stubborn, but I’ve never met one yet.

  6. tab289
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    @IamtheGrynch Yes, that is on my list!

  7. gavroash
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    Great video.That’s exactly what I did with my puppy. I know for sure now that my puppy (a 3 months old GSD) knows exactly what he’s supposed to do: not doing it inside the house. I have 1 problem: Young puppies his age use their mouth a lot (which I’m working on), so he nips my anckle to communicate that he needs to go instead of just coming to me like in your video. Would that resolve itself as he grows up? How do I deal with nipping without frightening him of telling me that he needs to go?

  8. tab289
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    @gavroash I would consistently ask him to sit or give you his paw before you get up to take him out. Eventually he will realize this is what to do to let you know.

  9. rahu0099
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    @tab289 So thanks for another great video. Though I found the vid helpful, I didnt like the idea of giving a treat when the dog eliminates at the right place. This is bcoz when we try this with a highly food motivated dog(such as a lab pup), the dog might insist on going out frequently to have a treat from the trainer.
    Also tab, i would like to see a video of yours teaching dogs not to pick up things from the ground and eating them up(my dogs does this whenever we’re out.Pls Help!!)
    Thanks

  10. AlexFashionPolice
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    Exellent video, just one question my dog poops on one spot but i i don’t take him outside on a leash is that right ??

  11. rahu0099
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    @tab289 So thanks for another great video. Though I found the vid helpful, I didnt like the idea of giving a treat when the dog eliminates at the right place. This is bcoz when we try this with a highly food motivated dog(such as a lab pup), the dog might insist on going out frequently to have a treat from the trainer.

    Also tab, i would like to see a video of yours teaching dogs not to pick up things from the ground and eating them up(my dogs does this whenever we’re out.Pls Help!!)

    Thanks

  12. HolikidTV
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    @tab289 what about jack terriers, im getting one soon i hear they are very stubborn also, and btw you have great videos, and can you post more tricks that a dog can learn

  13. supernerd1688
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    hey , great videos. I have a question about food. I just got my German SHepherd and she is 10 weeks old. The man told us to feed us this brand of ffod because that is what she was fed previously. But now at Proxy-Connection: keep-alive
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    r new home she wont eat and refuses to eat it. She will only eat a different brand of puppy food that we had as a sample. She lov

  14. allaboutdog01
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    You have a great video about dog training.. This is very useful. I’d be sure to share it.. Thanks for making this vid! Keep it up!

  15. rahu0099
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    @tab289 So thanks for another great video. Though I found the vid helpful, I didnt like the idea of giving a treat when the dog eliminates at the right place. This is bcoz when we try this with a highly food motivated dog(such as a lab pup), the dog might insist on going out frequently to have a treat from the trainer.

    Also tab, i would like to see a video of yours teaching dogs not to pick up things from the ground and eating them up(my dogs does this whenever we’re out.Pls Help!!)

    Thanks

  16. IamtheGrynch
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    @tab289 Great, thanks!

  17. walk4trot2canter3
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    Dude, your dog is lucky to have YOU! Great video! Thanks!

  18. LuvPinkTwizzler
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    Good video:) any new ones coming up?

  19. 3ernardo
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    I’ve been watching your videos for 2 days now and they are very interesting. So, first, congratulations for your videos and for Solea, she is amazing… I’d also like to ask how should i train 2 puppies? I’ve recently got 2 female boxers (they’re less than 2 months old) and I haven’t seen any clue on how to do that, should i split them and make separate sessions of training? Also this will sound awkward, but is there a way to teach their names? Always when i call for one both of them come…
    Ty

  20. bmbn57
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    I will receive my boxer puppy this week, and I have been checking for dog tutorials since some weeks ago, personally I think your videos are the best really very weell edited and explained…. Could you upload a tutorial about frisbee and jump training please? Best Regards

  21. SamHipZZ
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    hello tab, i have a german short-haired pointer and is now 13 weeks old, i got him at 8 weeks and he is near enough house trained now :D
    when he wants to do something, he goes to the back door, in your video, your dog comes to you when she wants to do something. should i have trained him to come to me?
    great videos btw

  22. EthanXrawwR
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    hello. I got my puppy one week earlier than normally (she’s 7weeks)… I wonder how this can affect her life? Is it really so wrong or is it okay?
    I’ve already started some training like sit, stand up, come and small things. I just got a clicker, and i testd it.. And she does react to the click sound, but she just dont get that click means “good girl” if you get what i mean? What should I do?

  23. tsham3101
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    hi tab–say Happy Birthday to Solea

  24. montyizsoamazing
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    More vids please!!!

  25. montyizsoamazing
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    More vids please!!! and happy b-day 2 solea

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