How to Train a dog to lay “Down” (K9-1.com)

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35 Responses

  1. Dog Training by K9-1.com
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    We use tasty reward treats from “dogtrainerfood” DotCom

  2. MrGoodBite
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    Teaching the Down from the Sit position teaches the dog to unknowingly
    “creep”
    forward while going into the Down position. For pets, who cares, but for
    comp, it will be points deducted. Teaching Down from a standing position
    is ideal. They drop straight down. That’s just my two cents. 

  3. James Cohen
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    Is a silent stay a better method than a verbal stay?
    Stay as a command worked brilliantly with my sisters black lab/collie who I
    pretty much raised for her for the first two years. Her obedience is
    fantastic. I just think it’s worth knowing if a silent stay and free
    command are overall better as I do like your method more.
    Thanks 

  4. MommyTang
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    I love watching you..!!!!

  5. Long Her
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    Once my puppy sits he doesn’t move at all when I lure him with treats..even
    when I go slowly from his nose to the ground with the treat..any help pls? 

  6. MouseOfVirtue
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    My dog begins to scratch and paw at my hand as I lure here to the ground.
    What should I do about that?

  7. Karmyn Poulter
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    I have yet to find a treat my gsd puppy likes. He does love his dog food
    but I don’t know if that’s a bad idea to train with his food?

  8. Stanislav m
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    This dog probably eats tons of that shit :) !!! No food training at K9
    !!!:) 

  9. poppy luck
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    here a question beautiful dog trainer
    HOW DO I KEEP MY DOG FROM SITTING ON MY IN THE PARK?!?!?!??!??!?!?!?!?

  10. joseph7771000
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    I tried everything in this video. Nothing worked :( he did it once and
    never did it again thanks anyway though! 

  11. Pony Smofor
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    My dam husky jumps on me too much lol

  12. dan fearon
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    This girl’s videos are some of the best dog training videos on YouTube.
    Very thorough and professional. Trying to train my shepherd cross using
    your videos. Thanks. 

  13. Wayne Norman
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    Trainer is professional and hot. Subscribed

  14. ezra leong
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    what dog is that? the black one

  15. Katarzyna Zaton
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    this dog is Belgian Sheepard. I love those girls videos..even my 2 months
    puppy that seems to be intrested just in sleeping and playing can learn
    that way:)

  16. Directioner_fv
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    My dog don’t want to lie down!!! What to do?

  17. saudgl
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    you are beautiful lady -_~

  18. holly strauss
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    Thank you for these videos I’m puppysitting for new neighbors and I want to
    be able to instill good behavior for there new puppy. Much appreciated for
    someone that loves dogs and spends time with them even though not an owner
    myself.

  19. Sachin Nair
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    Lucky dog.

  20. Varun Chitransh
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    thanks a lot. tried it on my 5 months old golden retriever, he picked it up
    in less than 10 mins.

  21. FlareonSwag
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    What type of dog is gypsy
    

  22. Aws Talib
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    Hh
    

  23. The Tutorial Dude
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    I learn my dog to lay

  24. Sara Foradini
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    This is helpful 

  25. larry boggs
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    How can I work with my dog to release from the sit or down? I try pulling
    the treat from him so he’ll have to get up and go after it but he won’t. He
    just stays either in the sit or down position.

  26. domingo jr cabral
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    I wouldent wanna attack any pretty lady with two germans or a pit or anyone
    walking around with that shit

  27. Nicole mitchell
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    My stubborn 6 month old pit is not wanting to lay down unless i am doing
    the hand movement to the ground. If I dont do the hand movement she just
    stares at my hand and dosent acknowlage what I’m telling her. What should i
    do?

  28. yazid zouhair
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    Hey all! Love your video, Thanks! There is this unbelievable FREE pdf at
    “Brendt Mastery Dog Training Guru” (do a google search)? Hurry before the
    FREE document is taken down! 

  29. FlareonSwag
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    And spike
    

  30. daniellegrandpa .
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    Should one command to taught and learned before moving to the next command?

  31. Rodrick Brown
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    What if you tell your dog to lay down or sit, and you don’t have a treat.
    How to you teach them with out giving a treat.

  32. Bos
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    At what point should I start using the break command to reward?

  33. Catherine Tenedios
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    I love your videos! I have one question for you. My dog does a good job of
    sitting and laying down however when I try to do the “pushups” my dog has a
    hard time going from laying down to sitting. Do you have any suggestions? I
    have tried drawing the treat over her nose to try to get her to sit back up
    but it seems weird and doesn’t work each time. Thank you so very much. 

  34. kimmobley333
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    Gorgeous dogs. 

  35. Interesting stuff
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    I notice you’re mostly using working line GSD pups.Do you feel the
    showline trains as easily (with ball reward rather than food when they get
    older?).

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