Pets & Animals 

Competing and Judging IPO / Schutzhund at the Highest Level

Frank was introduced to me by Avi Cohen... and Avi said, "You gotta meet this guy, you're gonna love him!" And Avi was right. I think you'll LOVE this podcast. Frank is a great competitor, dog lover, dog trainer, and judge par excellence. He has competed and trained in IPO for more than 25 years and has stood on the national and world podiums. Some of his accomplishments include: COMPETING: 2009 FCI World Team Member 2016 Canadian National Champion 2016 USCA GSD Nationals Vice Champion 2017 FCI Vice World Champion 2017 WUSV World Team Member (USA-3) 2017 USCA GSD Nationals…
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Pets & Animals 

How To Train Your Dog to Walk on Leash WITHOUT Embarrassing You!

Training Kona the dog to walk on leash without pulling! Visit us for Dog Training, Pet Sitting, Pet Care Guides, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc. here.
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Pets & Animals 

Positive Only Training Pitfalls AMA

This Q&A video addresses some issues people face with their dog training in positive only training. This, positive-only dog training is NOT the same as positive dog training which is a component of balanced training. Please understand the difference. Visit us for Dog Training, Pet Sitting, Pet Care Guides, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc. here. #dogtraining #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice
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Pets & Animals 

How to TRAIN a Distracted DOG using REWARDS and CORRECTIONS

How to train a distracted dog using rewards and corrections. Will and Red have been using clicker training for a while and ran across a hurdle when away from home. Red would check out and not pay attention to Will's commands. In this video lesson, you'll see the proper timing for corrections and rewards and a big transformation in Red's behavior. The full 22+ minute version is available in my member section: One of the biggest hurdles facing positive-only training is a dog's prey drive. Here you will see a dog that has a higher degree of prey drive and…
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Pets & Animals 

Challenges in Dog Training – Not Obeying Commands, Treat Training Issues, Pushy Dog Barks at Owner

In this QA I address 4 different questions: 1. My dog needs multiple commands to obey. 2. Are high-value treats not good to get your dog used to? 3. My dog is being raised by my sister, will he bond with me? 4. My dog barks and bites at my face to get me to play. Visit us here for Dog Training, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc. #dogtraining #dogtrainingadvice #dogtrainingvideo
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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 correcting for non-compliance. Why positive only training isn't successful. Check out: for all of my online dog training lessons. #correctingdogs #dogtraining #corrections
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Pets & Animals 

Treat Training Dogs – Positive Only Training Issues – Robert Cabral ask me anything

Treat training dogs can be a very good way to set some basics and lure and shape behaviors, but often times dogs require a little more structure than just feeding them treats in hopes that they will perform behaviors. Check my member section at: Dog training is a balanced form of communication in order to get a desired behavior. #treattraining #positiveonlydogtraining #dogtraining
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Pets & Animals 

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 transition 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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