Dog Training Video -The Truth About Your Dog’s Body Language

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

Learn how your body language can help or hurt your dog training efforts. Discover simple steps you can take to improve your dog training. Please leave a comment and you can get a free ebook “101 Ways To Improve Your Dog’s Behavior.” Go to Please leave a comment and you can get a free ebook “101 Ways To Improve Your Dog’s Behavior.” Go to http

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25 Responses

  1. eletendre1
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    Have you contacted animal control?

  2. bababybwoo
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    yes, that is the first thing I did but they still come around sometimes. I guess I’ll have to keep calling them. It makes things hard to be neighborly with them. They get tired of having them in their house so they just let them roam.

  3. AquaEcoMum
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    I really enjoy watching all of these videos! I find them comprehensive, enlightening and easy to apply to my relationship with my own GSD. I like the approach, seems to be based on us as humans using our greater level of intelligence to understand the dog (behaviors/drives/instincts) and be responsible for communicating the right messages (by using that knowledge), and practicing until the dog understands too. Easy in theory. Practice makes perfect, for man and dog.

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    Hi, Very good talk. I am trying to teach my terrier and knowing what you talked about helps. Thanks

  5. MathNL
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    Thanks! Good to know this.

  6. DrDeathpwnsu
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    Dog Training – Dog Bite Prevention Video —->

  7. lgalicki
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    Great! I love the away Jimmy reacts to the first call! LoL!

  8. killerdeer52
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    Will my pit bull attack me when it gets older ?

  9. keeg021985
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    Eric you’re wrong. Dogs do not have a pack drive since dogs do not exhibit pack behaviors and are not pack animals

  10. secretgirls
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    that was sooo cool
    ya there’s really a big difference
    it’s funny when you kneeled down he came running
    i think he just ran pastXD!

  11. amino0o
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    my dogs name is jimmy

  12. randpropz
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    @eletendre1: I have a new puppy and really love playing with him. I also teach my puppy using really nice method from my friend Charlie he is available @bit . ly/cgfERC

  13. billeybop
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    Good video, I appreciate your knowledge!

  14. 3018aditya
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    hi i love this video .i want your book . is it available in india ?

  15. littlelady813
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    Hi I have 3 dogs. 2 chows and a baby boxer. I am working with them on walking on a leash outside. so far the 2 chows go nuts out side by themselves and with each other.pull running on grass they don’t listen at all even with dog treats. they don’t have the same reaction when trained in the house. What should I do?

  16. 2mitches
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    This was very helpful and the 3 drives were well explained. Thank you for posting this 🙂

  17. GPKatai
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    Question: I have two lab mixes, about 45lb each. When I’m walking them, they walk next to me no problem. tails level. However,w hen they hear another dog bark, we pass a dog barking at a fence or, encounter an off lead dog that barks at them, my male’s tail goes straight up and starts to tug roughly, the female follows his lead in pulling but tail is low. This also happens with cats. He has whippet, so I know he has instinct to chase. She has border collie. What do I do to stop this behavior?

  18. terimelton
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    I have spent an hour now watching these videos and I have learned so much. I am just amazed. Why do you not have your own tv show??? Will have to suggest it. Thank you so very much for helping us dog owners. There will be a lot of happier dogs and owners as more people find you.

  19. eletendre1
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    @terimelton Thank you! Glad they have helped you.

  20. pamshappydogs
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    Thanks so much. So sick of hearing how to cure a very dog aggressive boston terrier with shock collar! So humbling to see where I have made basic mistakes, and how to correct them in the future. Thank you.

  21. Tutovillage
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    Ah… Ah…. There is one more drive called: FOOD DRIVE

  22. eletendre1
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    @Tutovillage food drive is a part of prey drive.

  23. Tutovillage
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    @eletendre1 OK.
    Then what about Praise drive??

  24. eletendre1
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    @Tutovillage part of pack drive. I agree, dogs have many different drives but they all fall under the three primary drives – pack, prey and defense.

  25. mariemiller07
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    this is really helpful and it made a lot of sense..
    Thank U!

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