How To Teach Your Dog To FETCH Perfectly! (Dog Training Tutorial)

Training a dog to fetch is a very useful behavior that has many benefits. In this video, you will learn step-by-step how to train any dog to fetch. The methods used in this video are based on the science of learning and utilize positive reinforcement as a primary tool. Any dog can successfully learn to do this with patience and over a relatively short period of time. It is important to take your time with each of the concepts demonstrated to get the best results.

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  1. Catalina Dawnmountain
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    Where is the german shepard

  2. marcus spencer
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    HEY you're back! My dog bows how to roll over because of your videos haha. I always refer new dog owners to your videos. Glad to see you're still making them.

  3. Tesla Nick
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    I'm training one of my dogs for competition obedience next summer. He will do a perfect retrieve but doesn't really enjoy it. I'm looking for ways to increase motivation. He's a chow hound and will do it for clicks and treats but he then spits out the dumbbell as he's approaching me in anticipation of the reward and I need him in the "present" position. I want to get this down before moving on to scent retrieves.
    Any advice or ideas from anyone would be most welcome.

  4. Abi Ma
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    Can you teach how to train dog "stand" – meaning stand like human by two legs, i saw it on other dogs training, pretty cool trick, but my dog can only get a trick if i follow your video 🙂

  5. Lori Douglas
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    Welcome back!!!! You have been missed!!!

  6. Roy Wilsker
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    My dog is very good at retrieving, but he always drops the retrieved object on the floor near me rather than putting in my hand. (Being a sweet dog, when I put my hand out for the toy, he comes over and licks my hand…) I can't get him to understand that the object of all this is for him to put the toy in my hand. Yep – I'm sure this is my problem, not his. But any ideas on how to change this behavior?

  7. Aman Pandey
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    Hey, where is your German shepherd?

  8. Gunnut880
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    I have totally failed at this with my yellow lab but i am not sure if i could of done this with him at that age of puppy you have in the video he was and still is very high energy, so now i am at the point of he just plays keep away and getting extremely frustrated as he was supposed to be a hunting dog not sure how to correct it, i have tried having him on long lead check cord and gently pulling in but he fights it too much, and also the walk backwards or away he just stays about 1 ft away and if he thinks i am going to reach for it he turns and runs away and generally in circles

  9. Azethine
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    I'm happy that we both have puppies at the same time. I've been watching your old videos but I still feel so lucky coz I get to each my puppy the same things you teach your puppy chronologically 😀

    ps. the give command is always challenging xD

  10. Kleshtrem
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    Welcome back, dude. missed your videos!

  11. Dup Dupss
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    I miss the ultra close camera shot

  12. Martians Kitchen
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    it's so awesome how you break down your techniques. My new dog is really jealous and refuses to learn basic obedience training. please help here.
    my older dog I trained it using your techniques and that worked a treat but this new girl is just trouble. please help. Thank you

  13. DblOSmith
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    I should have done this when my dog was a puppy. I tried, but he just never got it. Iguess it's never too late.

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