Handling Shyness- Clicker Dog Training


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

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

YouTube Description

If you live in the San Diego Area and are interested in adopting Jamie or Beanie, contact: Loving Arms Animal Rescue and Adoption www.lovingpetadoptions.org These exercises are for all dogs, as most dogs do not like to be handled. This video is the first in a series to come… I am sorry about the big block of text at the beginning of the video, but it is because this exercise needs to be taken seriously, as if done wrong you can scare a dog, and a frightened dog will bite, as will any animal that is frightened. If you are worried that your dog is too shy or frightened to work with, you can talk to an animal behaviorist first. Another game you can do is just tossing the dog treats, and feeding the dog his meals by dropping the kibble for the dog following you.

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25 Responses

  1. kikopup
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    @listu4me CUTE!!! Good luck with the name!

  2. kikopup
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    @c0boy great that there is another dog. If the dog is shy with the owners too, they could just only give food for handling, nothing out of the bowl. Yes I worked with a pitbull that sat under the table for 20 minutes! For that dog going in the yard and throwing his ball made him realize “oh! She is one of those Ok people” but the next time I visited he was under the table again. If the dog isnt shy then, the owner could only feed the dogs meals for conditioning to people.

  3. kikopup
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    @minty737 hehe thanks! :) Oh! but as well, I am going to do a sequel with puppies, as you can imagine some, if you just have your hand near their face, they will mouth it… so I was proofing for puppy owners too…

  4. c0boy
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    @kikopup Funny that you replied with throwing the ball. I was just at my clients doing the same and Lilly was a different dog. Thanks! Looking forward to more great videos.

  5. brittanyjadexo
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    Wow- great video! It has helped me a lot.

    I must say-I’ve been working w/ Jackson in a similar way. He’s not like super super fearful like I’ve seen some dogs but he’s def. shy w/ strangers (not with ppl he knows at all!) and I’ve been bringing him to little league games and he’s actually begun going up to little kids on his own and i ask the kids if they want to give him a treat. he’s gotten significantly better in only a few months! im going to continue on with more advice from this vid.

  6. caninecrazy133
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    cool! who are Jamie and Beanie?

  7. mn629
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    this video is SO helpful! I am thinking of adopting a shy dog and I’m so glad to know there are ways to overcome her shyness

  8. 9smila
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    is there another video of targeting chin and head??- how to targeting chin an head??

    i can’t find it anymore;-( i i would love to try it with my dog!!!
    thank you so much, emma

  9. 9smila
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    is there another video of targeting chin and head??- how to targeting chin an head??

    i can’t find it anymore;-( i i would love to try it with my dog!!!
    thank you so much, emma

  10. 9smila
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    @kikopup
    is there another video of targeting chin and head??- how to targeting chin an head??

    i can’t find it anymore;-( i i would love to try it with my dog!!!
    thank you so much, emma

  11. musicofnote1
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    Emily – you’ve got a multi-disk DVD due. Go for it. You’d have one customer for sure!

  12. dougiefresh135
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    your videos are just wonderful!

  13. cathyaaj
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    what kidn of dog treats do u use?

  14. BuffaloDogTraining
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    great work, so many will benefit from this video!

  15. TheAndrassy
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    You’re making great tutorials! I’ve found your videos a week ago and already learned a lot about clicker training. I have a one year old Westie and using clicker a lot lately but there are a few things I don’t really know… Somehow she is afraid of big dogs and also she is lying down to his back a lot for all dogs… today she did this for a 12 weeks old half sized puppy… Do you know what should I do to build more limit before she bows to other dogs?

  16. PlzCallMeAnything
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    My aunt’s dog only stays in the kitchen which is his bedroom. He wouldn’t come out. If brought out, the moment he reached home and touches the floor or entered the house, he will immediately run to the kitchen. If there is a guest, he will not come out until my aunt carried him out and hold him in her hands. If she let go, the dog will run back again. But he’s supercute you know……

  17. TheKeyamitchell78
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    I have a new dog and I believe she was abusied by other people or dogs. But she is very shy and I really need your help. PLEASE I DO WANT TO KEEP HER SAFE AND HAPPY.

  18. SDCmorg
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    @musicofnote1 Hear. Hear. Make that at least two customers for sure! ;o)

  19. PetTrainingProgram
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    Itruly enjoy your video’s and most always mark them as a LIKE. I did for this one also.
    PetTraiiningProgram

  20. tutts74
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    found this video very very useful ,i have been fostering an almost ferral staffy x boxer pup who had no human contact ,he now accepts my touch and we are now working towards other people touching him ,thanx again

  21. kingkenny101
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    really good video, what treats do u give them>?

  22. gloriarb6
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    Wonderful video!
    I was wondering what is the brand of the blue dog carrier that can be seen on 2:37? I am looking for one for traveling with my dog and that one looks PERFECT!
    Keep up the great work!

  23. Ambushcrysis
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    This bitch is hot, and i’m not talking about the dog.

  24. DefeatedDreamer
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    My dog doesn’t seem to enjoy being petted but will pit up with it. She does however sometomew pit her ears back a little however they seem always like this. Please help I really want a happy dog. Previous person used negative punishments..

  25. allaboutdog01
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    Thank you for reading it for me.. I really understand every detail… It’s such a great tips… :D

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