How to Train a Dog to Come When Called – Tips by K9-1 Dog Training.

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Comments

  1. what age should i start training my dog? he is 2 months

  2. Selina Brown says:

    Hi my rottie cross collie does not stop barking at cars and the TV any
    advice

  3. akramul jouti says:

    interesting video

  4. I have a 3 year old retriever, it generally heels but only when on a lead,
    i have started training it heel now but everytime i let her go of the lead
    she doesnt obey her comands, she sits, and gives her paw, but she just wont
    heel, is there anything specific about teaching an older dog? Thanks

  5. Wow! Great video! I am going to watch other videos too! ^___^
    My dog is 5 year old beagle but he comes only when he thinks he can get his
    “favorite” treats like little pieces of meat. When he is not hungry
    anymore, he would totally ignore me. We pet him and give love to him all
    the time but he seems like he doesn’t like to be petted too much. What
    should I do???? T.T
    What am I doing wrong?

  6. smh

  7. Thanks for the tip 

  8. Dude! You can make these videos much much shorter. You can start the video
    @ 5:30. You repeated yourself too many times and you should do the
    exercises while speaking; it will keep your viewers more engaged. You could
    have driven your points in about 3.5 minutes; your viewers will appreciate
    it and watch more of your videos. Your attack dog training videos are
    entertaining because the viewer is always engaged in the action. 

  9. Kurt Erik Johns says:

    One guy, one room, two dogs.
    Nice and simple.
    Fixed camera was nice in that it did not jiggle and distract.
    Thank you …

  10. Thank you so much for sharing! Love your video!

  11. belinda frederick says:

    very good pointers thks i am a new pet owner i like the earn love Technic
    

  12. paul pimentel says:

    much bla bla bla bla

  13. Gambalela Omarwa says:

    that is awesome to train the dog but is there any possible to train any
    kind of Dog even if is not a German shepherd?

  14. Might be better to show to to teach a dog to come with a dog who does nt
    come. These dogs come straight away, not what people who are searching for
    tips on getting your dog to come are dealing with. Usually they are dealing
    with a dog who ignores them. SO easy if the dog knows its name and comes.
    This kinda seems pointless, it is like your training dogs who have already
    been trained. 

  15. Joshua Angular says:

    Chelsey if u come over to my house ill show u how to train anything u want
    maybe train u from head to toes

  16. do you have any tips for a dog that is not food driven & does not like to
    cuddle/lots of love. he does love to play. I have a 2 year old pure bred
    gsd.

  17. aussiewood44 says:

    when I go in the front garden I know I can shut the gate ,but I donyt want
    to shut it I want him to come back when called , and not run in the road

  18. John Wieseler says:

    Great video Mike. I’m looking for some kind of info/video regarding
    training my puppy to stay within the border of my lot.

  19. Joshua Angular says:

    Great video well explained

  20. Cruiser Flipped says:

    Hes the real adam sandler

  21. good video, especially like tips to end on a high note and emphasize to
    know what reward works for that dog. short sessions also great tip we can
    often overlook.

  22. Brittany Gordon says:

    I really enjoyed the video I will try with my dog 

  23. romandoggrome says:

    don’t listen to this Zone7 guy, your videos are very well done and
    extremely helpful. Please keep up the good work, I’m learning a lot from
    you guys at k9-1 and it is appreciated as I am considering getting
    a dog this summer.

    I do have a suggestion or question maybe you can answer. A friend of mine
    has a Rottweiler and it is the nicest dog but if it has a bone or food and
    you were to try to go near it, it will hover over it and be very protective
    (growling/snappy etc). I was just watching a cesar Millan episode and they
    had a dog that acted the same way. I am wondering if you have any
    techniques you use starting from when the dog is a puppy to ensure that it
    will not be so aggressive in that type of situation when it gets older.

    Thanks a lot,

  24. I have clicker trained several dogs and my 3 dogs that went through the CGC
    certification were clicker trained. It’s a fast and reliable way to train.
    the clicker is to signal the dog a reward is coming for what they just did.
    You get the behavior, click, and treat the dog. Add the cue word AFTER the
    behavior is already fairly reliable. It seems backwards, but the dog does
    not know words like you do… he responds to cues that pay off!

  25. It depends on what you mean. My personal favorite dog is the German
    Shepherd. They’re such smart dogs and I love everything about them.
    Rottweiler are also very smart, but whereas they aren’t the right dog for
    me it could be for you. I guess you could just research some about each dog.

  26. good video

  27. NatureSelectPets says:

    great video. keep it up.

  28. Michael Stewart says:

    win the lottery and hire the dog whisperer

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