Pets & Animals 

ECollar Makes my Dog Behave Worse – Dog Training Tips

Using an ecollar requires some patience, knowledge and understanding of how a dog thinks, just like most any other training method. Sadly, some people think that the ecollar is a remote control that fixes all issues with the push of a button. This is not the case. In this video I address that issue. Please check my complete online dog training both here on YouTube as well as my online training channel: The eCollar I use and recommend is here: #ecollar #electriccollar #dogtraining
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Pets & Animals 

My Response to Banning Dog Training Tools

Recently AVSAB, the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior, put out a Position Statement on Humane Dog Training - calling for the banning of dog training tools and methods including electric collars, prong/pinch collars, choke chains, and more. Many YouTube dog trainers including Zak George, and Joel Beckman among others weighed in with their opinions and I was asked to step up. So, here is my take on the issue. It's not only unfair, but it's also downright DEADLY to the dogs that need training the most. For more than 12 years I've worked with animal shelters including Los Angeles…
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Pets & Animals 

The Need for Corrections in Dog Training

In this live chat, I'll discuss the need for corrections in dog training. Why it is so important to give dogs a clear picture of what you want and what you expect and correct for non-compliance. Why positive-only training isn't successful. #correctingdogs #dogtraining #corrections Visit us here for Dog Training, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc.
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Pets & Animals 

Correcting a 6 month Old Puppy – Robert Cabral Puppy Dog Training VIdeo

Correcting a puppy is necessary, but it should not be punitive or too aversive to prevent destroying the relationship. Corrections are a guide to more information and I discuss this in this short video. Share and repost these videos to help your dog-loving friends learn how to give their dogs the best life possible. Thank you! #puppies #puppytraining #dogtraining Visit us here for Dog Training, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc.
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Pets & Animals 

Treat Training Your Dog – How to Reward with Treats and not get BIT – Robert Cabral Dog Training

Treat training your dog is one of the best ways to lure and shape behaviors such as heel, sit, down, stand, come, and many more. You can get your dog treat here:  https://amzn.to/3ILxlZv But delivering the treat can be difficult with some dogs who may nip at your hand. This will lead some people to think the dog is food aggressive, but it is hardly ever the case. In this video, I show you the right way to deliver treats to a dog that has a "hard mouth." This is a valuable lesson for anyone dealing with a dog that…
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Pets & Animals 

Older Dog Sometimes Aggressive – Robert Cabral Dog Training Video

My older dog is aggressive to other dogs including mine. She's 11 years old and it only happens sometimes. Giving you the best life with your dog is my mission. Whether you are training for competitive obedience or just want to be the best dog parent possible. Dog training will give you the best relationship and communication with your dog! #dogaggression #olderdogs #dogfight Visit us here for Dog Training, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc.
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Positive ONLY Training is a BAD Idea for Animal Shelters – Robert Cabral Dog Training Video Podcast

Positive ONLY Training is a BAD Idea for Animal Shelters and will only lead to killing more dogs - most for unnecessary reasons. Using a balanced dog training approach, including the use of fair corrections, will help more dogs in shelters than the Positive Only Dog Training approach that so many trainers advocate. I've worked with animal shelters for 12 + years and helped many transitions to much higher LRR, live release rates for their dogs. I've done this by ensuring their dogs got structured training and the staff learned to know more about them. In the 12 years, I've…
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