How to teach Sword Fighting- clicker dog training

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

YouTube Description

This is a trick for ADULTS to teach to dogs. In fact children should never teach dogs tricks alone, and should be supervised at all times around dogs. Remember! ALWAYS use a TOY or soft object for this trick! The idea is to have fun with your dog in a SAFE environment. NEVER swing an object at a dog without training the dog to feel relaxed and comfortable with the “game”! NEVER actually TOUCH the dog with the object in this video- if the dog doesnt want to jump, be patient and go back a step. This trick is about teaching the dog to jump for the fun of it, like in agility, not to jump out of avoidance.

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27 Responses

  1. AgilityStarxX
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    Thats so cute <3

  2. cosmomatic100
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    Awesome!! I like how splash glides over your back!!

  3. brittanyjadexo
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    Oh my gosh this awesome!! something I would have never thought of to teach my dog!! Emily you are AWESOME!!!!!

    Brit & Jackson <33

  4. Shewn
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    splash is so smart

  5. twigskates
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    Arrrrrr – Shiver me timbers! Thanks for another great video! Can’t wait to get started!

  6. tubepaint
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    Pieces of Eight, this videos great

  7. pinponitoclown
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    wowww this is great

  8. NanaBorderCollie
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    Brilliant! 😀

  9. MsBorderCollieLover
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    Wow Emily I love this, Amazing!

  10. agkshibby
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    That was Excellent!!! I really appreciate you taking the time to teach… I use so much of what I’ve learned from you!! I’m pretty sure my dog thanks you too because our training sessions are so much more fun for her now!! Many thanks

  11. hinessa
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    This one looks really fun

  12. mollybrandybillly
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    LOVE IT!

  13. NotNadiaK
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    Thanks for all your great videos! You have inspired me to find a clicker trainer in my area and teach my dog that way! My dog Max and I just passed our Junior Puppy Obedience class and we are now in Senior class and looking to go into agility. Clicker training humane, fun, and is an awesome way to build our relationship. Thanks for inspiring us!

  14. chowchow155
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    Very creative! I love it 🙂

  15. newbear95
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    So creative and fun! I love it! 🙂

  16. greigjackai
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    Well done clever you!

  17. bordergirlsmom
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    Splash is going to be a GREAT pirate! Fantastic tutorial! Kathy with Cricket/Liz/Breeze

  18. snuggliepuppy
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    love this trick! cant wait to see your routine with Splash!!

  19. musicofnote1
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    So cool! You make it look so easy! Great teamwork. And can you guess who was one of the judges at Winterthur last weekend?
    Attila Szkukalek – such a nice guy! And his Gladiator was full of this trick!

  20. Meannej2
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    I can’t wait to see the full routine! Thanks for these poste! They are so inspiring and keep me looking for things to teach my dog!

  21. EpicIngrid
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    oh my god this is awesome 😮

  22. julz63
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    Love the disclaimer!! Splash is so awesome. Good luck with the freestyle comp

  23. psynthpriest
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    Lol! The guy walking through the background is like “…!?”

    But this is a fun idea, should be simple since I was teaching my pup “hup” by holding a pvc pipe.

  24. TheBdawg07
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    my puppy dont jumping what can i do?

  25. Rickyagility
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    Totally awesome Emily! Splash is looking great and your pirate routine is sure to be a big hit!!

  26. Mizerman
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    Wooow!! That was really cool training video. I’ve never seen that before. Why do you have to make a clicking sound? Im not familiar with that.

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