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How To Start Training Your Puppy!
I made this video as an introduction to puppy training. Many people who bring home a young dog between 8-12 weeks find training to be an overwhelming experience. Even if you have had a dog in the past, it's easy to forget the small details that are essential for puppies and can truly make a big difference. I plan on releasing a number of new tutorials featuring Watson who is seen in this video as a 9 week old Labrador Retriever. If you would like to make requests for specific videos or want to join the conversation on dog training, be sure to follow our Facebook page and subscribe to the channel so you can stay posted on new releases. To connect with us on other training issues related to raising Watson, check out our website for regular blog posts discussing common issues in dog training.

By : Training Positive     Added : 08 July 2017
How To Train Your Dog To Listen WITHOUT FOOD!
This video teaches you how to train your dog to listen to you with or without food rewards! Many dog owners find that their dog only listens to them when they have food. This common problem can easily be resolved by teaching the dog to work for non-food based reinforcers. There are ample opportunities in your daily life to improve your dog's reliability and obedience, we just have to know where to look and how to create successful outcomes that the dog can learn from.

By : Training Positive     Added : 27 February 2017
How To Train Any Dog Perfectly!
This video details the most important skills that you need to develop to successfully train any dog to do any behavior. If you are struggling with training your dog to do something, I would recommend improving one or more of the skills demonstrated. If you have found this video useful, please check out my other complete tutorials on dog training. Learn everything from basic obedience to advanced tasks and impressive dog tricks! Please be sure to subscribe and give this video a thumbs up to support positive dog training. Connect with us:

By : Training Positive     Added : 20 May 2016
How To Train Your Dog: "Come Here!" PERFECTLY!!!
This video is about reliably teaching your dog how to come to you when you call them. In order to teach this behavior, we have to first consider why a dog will NOT come when they are called, and then target our training specifically to address those issues. However, there are always exceptions to what works best for a particular dog and if your dog has specific needs, then it is important to consult a professional before trying these exercises. I will be posting a follow-up addendum to supplement this video in a few days, so please stay tuned while that is under work. Here are some additional videos that might be useful to watch related to this topic: Tips on teaching 'come when called': Working around distractions: Eye contact exercise: Original 'come when called' tutorial: --------------- You can connect with us here: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Please use the facebook page to get in touch about particular training issues. Email (for business inquiries):

By : Training Positive     Added : 05 May 2013
Dog Behavior Problems & What You Can Do!
This video condenses what I have witnessed as being the most prevalent ways that behavior problems develop in dogs, how they are maintained, and how they can ultimately be overcome. It is not a comprehensive presentation, there are many exceptions to these rules - but for many people this is most often the case. **IMPORTANT: All of the ideas in this video are assuming that proper and appropriate exercise needs are addressed! For many active breeds, this is by far the most significant factor that affects behavior, so the first point of correcting problems is making sure that physical activity needs are addressed with regard to the breed in question!*** If you found this video useful, please like and share it to support compassionate and free dog training information. For COMPLETE and FREE dog training tutorials, check out my channel and learn how to train any dog - to do anything! ------------ Follow and connect with us here: FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: -------------- Please direct all business inquiries to:

By : Training Positive     Added : 22 December 2012
How To Train Calmness In Dogs (Part II)
This video is the sequel to the first part in this series. Learn how to train a couple of 'calming behaviors', which also double as cute dog tricks in this tutorial. This should provide you with a solid set of tools that can be applied to helping your dog get comfortable with obedience and taking cues around distractions. If you haven't worked through my previous tutorials on 'distractions', I highly recommend starting there and working your way up to these behaviors.

By : Training Positive     Added : 23 August 2012
How To Train Calmness in Dogs! (Part I)
In this video, I offer some tip and techniques for how calmness can be trained in dogs over time. It is important to note that these techniques need to be used in conjunction with regular scheduled positive training sessions, as well as exhaustive daily exercise. There are no shortcuts to having a calm and obedient dog, but it's possible to achieve for even the busiest people if time is invested appropriately. Please be sure to watch the second part of this video series for a complete instructional tutorial on 'calming behaviors'. PART II: Facebook:

By : Training Positive     Added : 23 August 2012
How To Raise a Well-Behaved Puppy! (MUST-SEE)
If you just got a puppy and are not sure where to start, this video is for you! Learn how to prevent problems from developing and have a well-behaved and intelligent companion. Please check out my other video tutorials on training to learn more about how to teach the essentials when it comes to raising any puppy of any breed. Also, join us on Facebook for more regular updates on training tips and important information:

By : Training Positive     Added : 10 January 2012
How To Train Your Dog: Advanced Targeting/Head Movement
TOO EASY? TRY THIS! This tutorial is for those trainers who have worked up a good repertoire of behaviors with their dogs. If you want to make this even more challenging, I highly recommend adding MORE behaviors to the chain demonstrated in this video. Here is a sample chain of behaviors I would suggest: Hold it....Drop it....Target...Down....Stand....Down...Target....Watch me...Sit....Hold it...Bring it...Drop it...Watch me....Sit. If you can complete the above chain perfectly (giving each cue only once), you are demonstrating an INCREDIBLE connection with your dog and an extremely solid understanding of cues. Good job! I would love to see a video of someone demonstrating this chain. Please post it as a video response when you complete it! All the best! -------- Please "like" my facebook page for regular updates, training tips, and exclusive videos:

By : Training Positive     Added : 02 January 2012
Dog Training Tutorial: Greeting Visitors Calmly!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Learn how to teach any dog to be calm in the presence of a stimuli that causes increased arousal. "Bad manners" that dogs exhibit when it comes to meeting new people are just learned behaviors that we can re-teach. This method requires patience and the dedication to follow through the outlined procedure without ANY exceptions. I have used it effectively with a countless number of dogs with great success. Key Points: 1) It may take longer for some dogs than others to reach a 'relaxed' state before you may start rewarding them. In this video it took only four and a half minutes, but it may take some dogs 30 minutes or more. However, if it is done properly as shown, within just a few sessions it can come down to as little as 1-2 mins for the dog to calm down. Eventually the dog will remain calm from the start. 2) Notice that I was not giving excessive high-pitched verbal praise. The reason for this is that because some dogs will get aroused to hear such excitement. In this instance, a clicker works wonders, as it is not usually associated with an intense level of excitement. 3) This is an extremely useful exercise for puppies! In my opinion it is essential for those dogs that are still learning how to politely interact with humans. 4) You may repeat this exercise and have the guest leave for a few minutes, and then come back again. The more practice they have and the more they go through this simulation, the quicker and more powerful their learning will be! 5) This exercise can also be modified to socialize a dog to most stimuli that cause hyper-arousal. For those of you asking me on Facebook about socializing your dogs to other pets and so on, you may use these principles and techniques to achieve the same results! Connect with me here ------------------------------- FACEBOOK: TWITTER: WEBSITE: EMAIL:

By : Training Positive     Added : 26 July 2011
How To Teach Any Dog PERFECT Obedience! (Sit,Down,Stand)
A popular concern new dog owners have is "where to start" when they bring their puppy/dog home. The best place to begin is usually with something relatively simple so the dog-parent can learn to work together as a team and understand the principles of positive reinforcement. Regardless of what you may choose to work on first, teaching basic obedience serves multiple purposes and is typically considered very important. As demonstrated in this video, by approaching the task with a 'no-fail' strategy, there is no chance of failure and the dog is guaranteed to succeed. As simple as it may seem, pay careful attention to the order of steps shown in this tutorial. The goal of all training must be to motivate and engage the dog by creating an atmosphere of fun. A dog shouldn't ever be forced to do anything - and if trained properly - will never need to be. Connect with me here! ------------------------------- FACEBOOK: TWITTER: WEBSITE: EMAIL:

By : Training Positive     Added : 01 March 2011
How To Train Any Dog To Heel PERFECTLY!
Training a dog to heel is a great exercise which develops several different capacities in a dog. In addition to furthering their learning ability and body awareness, it also aids in teaching them to communicate better with their human. It should be taught like any other trick or behavior, by breaking it up into small successive steps and making it a highly rewarding experience. It is normal for it to take several days and even weeks to get the kind of results demonstrated in this video. Remember to work on it consistently and always allow the dog to be successful. If they are unable to meet reward criteria, then as trainers we must lower criteria, making it easier for several sessions before making it more difficult once again. If this advice is followed, just about any dog can learn to do this. Connect with me here! ------------------------------- FACEBOOK: TWITTER: WEBSITE: EMAIL:

By : Training Positive     Added : 05 January 2011
Dog Training Tutorial- HOUSETRAINING
House-training is often the first thing most dogs need to learn as they become part of a new family. Since this is something I have been getting numerous requests for - I decided to do a video on it. There is some additional information on housetraining (tips) that I did not include in the video which is available on my Facebook page under the discussions section. LINKS --------- FACEBOOK: TWITTER: WEBSITE: EMAIL: ***NOTE*** All this information assumes that the dog in question is in good health and not suffering from any sickness/disease. Sometimes lack of bladder and bowel control is a result of ill health and if you suspect that this might be the case with your dog, please immediately consult your vet to rule out any such possibility. It is also assumed that the dog is not struggling with fear-based elimination. As is often the case with some dogs, the goal in these instances would be to tackle the issue of fear/anxiety in addition to following all the advice given in the video. Unfortunately, the details in these situations are specific and unique to the dog - so the best approach is to contact a professional dog trainer who uses positive reinforcement only, to assess and determine the most appropriate course of action.

By : Training Positive     Added : 22 November 2010
The Science & Art of Training Dogs
It is my belief that to train any dog to be a spectacular learner, we must take two dimensions into account. The science is concerned more about using the best methodology and applying the most appropriate learning principles to ensure that the dog understands the task quickly and effectively. The art comes from knowing a dog, spending time with them, watching them and opening ourselves up to learn from them. Dog training is about learning - not just on the part of the dog, but also the human. I illustrate in today's video the importance and affect of considering both these disciplines and blending them together. Join our facebook group to stay updated on videos, submit video ideas and connect/discuss with others different ideas and tips on training. ------------------------------------ FACEBOOK: TWITTER: WEBSITE: EMAIL:

By : Training Positive     Added : 09 November 2010
Dog Training Tutorial - Distractions PART II (Healing Reactivity)
Training a dog to be comfortable and calm around distractions is the goal here. Always be very attentive & read the dog's body language so that if any adjustments need to be made to the training, then they can be made. Helping our dogs make the right connections is the foundation of allowing them to be reliable around distractions. So far, we have considered relatively passive exercises. Stay tuned for more active and engaging work around distractions. ------------ EMAIL: WEBSITE: FACEBOOK: TWITTER:

By : Training Positive     Added : 01 October 2010

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