How to train your dog to be left alone- clicker training

More to come in this description box. But this video is of the beginning steps of how to train your dog to love being left alone as well as how to set up a e…

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34 Responses

  1. nancy w.cooks
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    Hey! Thank you for this useful video. By the way, I notice many people keep on talking about Xobodog Training (just google it), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you ever tried this dog training program called Xobodog Training? I have heard several extraordinary things about it.

  2. Saskia Koppejan
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    You take your dog with you.

  3. Rohan Ramji
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    What if we you were going away for holiday, lets say 4 weeks

  4. charlamara
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    We have a poodle who doesn’t cry immediately when left alone. He is kennel trained and loves being in there, but we only use it at night. During the day, he lays on the sofa and if I go upstairs to do anything, he will cry after about 5 minutes. Should I go down and reassure him? We try calling him up the stairs, but he just keeps crying until we go down and spoil him.  :/

  5. angela molina
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    i have to go to school and i just got a new puppy but if she cant see me in 5 seconds she cries and tries to get out so i watched this video and followed the steps but it didnt work i went to go eat breakfast and found her laying on the floor and crying when i came back.do you know any other ways of getting your dog to be happy being alone?

  6. Sahary Santana
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    is it the same training with a kennel?

  7. Light of Awesome
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    Thats my name remy

  8. nukkular
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    Hello 🙂
    First of all thanks for you videos, you are really helpful since we don’t want to go to a school or something similar.
    We have a question (maybe someone else can answer too 😉 ): Is it useful to leave the dog in the (closed) exercise pen when you are at home or does that give the dog a wrong idea? We have a 12 weeks-old puppy and it sucks to let her on the leash all the time since she could have more space and freedom in the pen…
    Thakns again and have a nice day 🙂

  9. Boltfiger
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    Hi, Kikopup! Question– how are you liking your Chihuahua? I have to decide whether I want one by this Friday, as I put a small chihuahua puppy on hold. He’s quiet now, but I am just afraid of the yapping when they grow bigger in a few months. Do you have any tips on their yapping at anything and everything? Thx

  10. elias zimerman
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    Hello! Thanks for this helpful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Xobodog Training (do a search on google), but I’m not sure if it is really good. Have you considered this dog training program known as Xobodog Training? I have heard many extraordinary things about it.

  11. Danielle Byrd
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    do you think a dog can truly be happy with a person that works a full time job (40 hrs/wk)? i really want a dog but i’ll feel bad having to leave him for that many hrs. i don’t have anybody that can dog-sit, daycare would be out of the question because none of them stay open by the time i get off of work (midnight), and i can’t come home during lunch because it’s too far away. BUT i figure, having a home and a parent is better than being at the shelter..? what do you think?

  12. Ariaporo
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    Gutted I only just saw this now! My puppy is 16 weeks old and barks for attention throughout the day while I’m at school teaching. Shes had two barking complaints so far. I think she may have mild separation anxiety. Will this still work? Any info you have is hugely appreciated 🙂

  13. Vanessa Lee
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    well… i tried again yesterday… he seems quite fine to stay in his own area since yesterday evening until today.. just little whining then will be quiet and play on his own in his area.. thanks a lot..

  14. Vanessa Lee
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    Hi, i tried your tips.. but when my puppy saw i step away from his crate, he scream again…

  15. Vanessa Lee
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    hi, need some help and advise. My toy poodle puppy is 7 weeks old now. he can’t stay alone. He always scream once we leave him alone. we bought toys and treats (salmon) for my puppy, but he doesn’t like it.

  16. cheekycherrycube
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    How long can I leave my puppy home alone for?

  17. elfsborg1000
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    Really good videos! The best I’ve seen actually. Thank You 🙂

  18. Phil Walker
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    My family and friends have used Sniff Therapy on our dogs and it works!…It’s all natural too!

  19. Moriah Bowen
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    during the day I keep my puppy outside; could i do the same exercise?

  20. Dream Resort
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    Im showing the video to my dog and he dosnt get it. What a stupid Dog

  21. SpinAsana
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    I am so happy I found your videos! I just rescued a 14 week chihuahua (2 days ago) and need help. I can’t wait to put your videos to work. I now feel optimistic that I can get him trained, thank you!

  22. TedbearDK
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    I am experiencing the exact same scenario. I have been told to give my puppy treats (or a kong classic) every time I go to another room, but when my puppy finishes the treats, she starts whining and just stares at the door…

  23. HEGELBAGEL08
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    I feel like when I start doing this, that my pup is waiting for me to come back. I’ve only just started, and am ensuring that I click BEFORE he can see him as I walk back… But I’m curious if I’m doing anything wrong as he anticipates? When I try to prolong the wait and he notices that he is not getting the treat right away, he starts to whine. Perhaps I need to make his alone period trips quicker? They only last 15 to 20 seconds at most. Any tips?

  24. JoNolis
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    What if he starts to climb to get out of there?

  25. Ivy Sanders
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    how old is this puppy? Just wondering what would be a good age to start training a puppy like this.

  26. Talina Barajas
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    I love your videos! They’ve been lifesavers with my rescue dog.

  27. Laura Pryke
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    ive thumbs up but not shared, as im watching alot of your vids, and would fill my fb page with them, would love u to add me so i know when your updated vids r up, keep it up and thanks for sharing again xx still watching 🙂

  28. sarah tompkins
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    is it okay if i leave a in the pen from 8:30 am – 3:30pm?
    my dad leaves for work at 2;30pm so my dad will be home but sometimes he goes to the gym or he works in the morning . my mom has a part time job so she gets called whenever and there will be rare times where he will be home alone fom8:30am – 3:30pm
    . i can the pooch for a walk in the moring and after i get home from school.

    answers anyone ?

  29. zaurka
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    Great video. Thank you. We are about to get a 2 month Cocker Spaniel and these videos are training us to be great dog owners.

  30. MyMaltipooOliver
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    Would this still work with a crate?

  31. Joey Ihly
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    will you marry me?

  32. 4Champ2and0
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    Your welcome! Hope it helps! 🙂

  33. iloveserbia123
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    thank you for your answer :)

  34. 4Champ2and0
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    I don’t know if you still need help with this or not, but I find interactive/foraging toys to be very useful. I generally put dog bones out for her also & leave interactive toys stuffed with treats or something laying around for her to play with while I’m gone. A good ‘special’ treat for my dog is to mix her dog food with a SMALL amount of soft dog teats crumbled up & mixed together with a SMALL amount of Peanut Butter stuffed in her foraging toy. She cant resist it. Good luck!! =)

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