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  1. Christian Prepper
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    Consider simply saying “sit” without preceding it with their name. In other
    word, do not say their name in conjunction to the command. Also try not to
    speak at all when rewarding a dog with a treat because just as you pointed
    out, a dog should not always require the treat or praise with the exception
    of periodic/annual reinforcement. *GREAT VIDEOS!*

  2. Alma Malikic
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    this really help thanks

  3. Pete's Multirotor Channel
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    These videos are the greatest, I’m so grateful for them thank you!

    My question isn’t covered here though so I’m hoping I can get an answer

    At what point do I do this training (which works great) and stop offering
    treats? My pup *knows* what the three things I’ve taught her mean and does
    them willingly! but I’m still giving treats to reinforce the behavior. When
    is it ok to stop?

  4. lecksuus
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    im sorry how can i train my dog? i was looking at your nice body all the

  5. Roger Osorio
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    When do you suggest moving on to the next lesson? For example from sit to
    down? And in which order should I start the lessons, from sit to down to
    heel? Is there a good order to follow? Thank you. 

  6. Savage Faith
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    What age can I teach my dog commands?

  7. muismaki de lange
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    I only teached my dog to walk next to md to not pull follow stay running
    next to the bike with or without an leach to go (saying u can poop an pie
    xD) and i tryed learning the basics buth it didnt work out gonna try this

  8. tigox brata
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    what kind of treats do you use? how many sessions a day and what time per

  9. Nguyen Nhi
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    First, you need to know your dog’s behavior and start treating your dog as
    the way they think if you want to put an end to the unexpected biting,
    chewing, digging from your dog.

  10. Nunya Business
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    Love her training methods! Very calm and excellent techniques!

  11. Ravice Crowner
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    I’ve always wanted a trained dog. Thanks to you I can finally have one.

  12. Trampoukosss
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    my dog doesnt sit when i keep walking i must stop also so he can sit, what
    to do

  13. schwarzehexe0515
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    I use the word “yes” to mark the behavior or as your free command, when I
    want to add duration I use the word “Good” then mark + treat, so in this
    case I train one behavior (the action of sit) separated of the behavior of
    stay sited (add duration), in this way there is no confusion for the dog he
    know my mark means “I did it right, and I am free to receive or to go for
    my reward, I find that once the dog know that if there is no mark (yes) the
    exercise is not finished yet so instead of being difficult to teach the
    duration this makes it very easy. 

  14. piiglet
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    My dog is too crazy it didn’t work on her lol

  15. Juss Bazeka
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    just before the commands “sit”,my dog is sitting to get reward!!! thats a
    very big problem, help me plz :(

  16. Noam Giber
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    I just adopted a 2 year old Terrier. Will the same process work with her?

  17. iHeartz
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    can a 2 year old do this? xD not a puppy no more

  18. Blade Auch
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    you know when you raise the food over his head well my blue heeler wont put
    his but down he just stares at it with his head in the air

  19. Catherine Alex
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    Solve the 34 most common behavioral issues and more…

  20. killerwolf231
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    Will this work on adult dogs?

  21. azhy star
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    thank you k9-1 i learned a lot from you all i have a rottie and i have
    trained it like you and it works please keep up thanks again

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    Can I do this with my french bulldog?

  23. Kearney Lambert Chico
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    i luv u guise ;-;

  24. Stephanie Amthor
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    What Breed is that ?

  25. Wayne Muscat
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    i have a 3 year old chihuahua i was teaching him the sit stay without
    treats and he obeyed is that a good sign ? in a way that i can teach him
    more commands??

  26. Addison Blocker
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    I have a question can you train like a mastiff boxer mix to be a police dog

  27. Delena Fandom
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    My dog just kept jumping whenever I put my hand in her hand

  28. Lucy
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    Any treats?

  29. Scott Young
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    wawooo this is awesome… looks like i can save tons money on those rip-off
    training sessions!!! 

  30. dave mcmanus
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    Gorgeous pup.

  31. benjamin parmeggiani
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    Your videos are very helpful!

  32. Yuri M
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    Pavlov’s classical conditioning at it’s best, good job.

  33. Ghanem Abdulwahab
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    i have a 3 month old german shepard i was wondering how many reps should i
    do a day? and how many treats to i give him?

  34. Emmanuel Mba
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    This is really a necessary tip for your dogs. Thanks

  35. Abi Acosta
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    I just tried this on my 3month old German Shepherd and it worked!

  36. TheLazyClips
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    Does this all work with huskies.

  37. Amelia Westgarth
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    Good video!
    I’ll tell you some great hints, tricks, and advice to help you to turn your
    puppy into the best behaved, most happy, jogging, bouncing,
    slipper-fetching best pal you always wanted

  38. St Phil
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    Say that to my pit bull. -.-

  39. Dain Peterson
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    Can you do a video for your dog to stay? I have a 9 week old gsd and love
    you basic video and feel confident with the basic commands but I wanna have
    the game plan for incorporating the stay with the basic command. 

  40. the2014
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    You always use his name before the command, please try saying just Spike to
    him, I’m 95% sure he will sit down.

  41. Sam Donlan
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    I’m gonna try this with my puppy 14 week blue staffy

  42. Isathefashionqueen
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    What happens when he jumps to get The teat

  43. Kyle Haubrich
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    What kind of treats do you like use? Thanks!

  44. Greg Francavilla
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