Pets & Animals 

Teach Your Dog NOT TO JUMP on People

Train your dog NOT to Jump on people. This is a very important thing for dogs to learn. Manners and basic obedience is something we should expect from our dogs. Some dogs jump on people to be friendly and some do it to be dominant. In this video Sandy and her dog Tasha spend a little time learning the basics of teaching Tasha not to jump on people. As you'll hear in the beginning of the video, Tasha jumped on someone a while ago and knocked them over. The full version of this lesson 35+ minutes is available on my…
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Rescue Dog Aggressive to Other Dogs – Dog Training Advice

My new rescue dogs is aggressive to other dogs on a walk. She's fine with me, but when she sees other dogs she becomes aggressive. When dogs are aggressive to other dogs and people, in particular in our presence, there is often an issue in the relationship - our relationship with them. They are being protective and that is a behavior that can get them into trouble. In this short video I try to explain this to a viewer with his new rescue dog. Check my complete online dog training membership section at: Learn the skills to be a dog…
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Pets & Animals 

The Ultimate Dog Van – Dog Transport Van

Traveling with your dog? Here's my rig! My dog transport van will house 6 dogs and its convenient and highly practical. Whether I'm going to a dog show, trial, seminar or going away with my dogs, this rig is designed to have EVERYTHING I NEED to travel with my dogs. Check my online dog training: Buy my gear: Learn to be a dog trainer: #dogvan #mercedesbenz #metris
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Pets & Animals 

What is a Service Dog? – Real or Fake and What’s the Difference – Episode 105

What is a service dog and why are there so many people faking it? What can be done about it? There's nothing good about fake service dogs and I get to the bottom of it in this podcast with two experts from IACP. Michele and Kristi were really straight forward with their opinions on what a REAL SERVICE DOG is and the issues that plague us. Both have trained many service dogs and are working with IACP, International Association of Canine Professionals to create standards in training and more. Check out IACP here: IACP Service Dog Committee e-mail: sdcmte@canineprofessionals.com IACP…
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Pets & Animals 

EP 103 – Dog Training Similarities, Differences and a Love for Dogs – Nino Drowaert

Nino and I met at the IACP Conference in Sept 2022. We had several really great conversations and I thought sharing these with you would open your eyes about the similarities that dog trainers share and the passion that drives us. So much of what you see on the Social media is trainers critiquing each other and tearing other trainers down. Nothing could be further from the truth when you get two passionate, professional dog trainers / dog lovers together. This conversation is a short glimpse into the chats we shared in Florida and I think it will be a…
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Pets & Animals 

My 6 Month Old Puppy is Afraid to Go Outside – Dog Training Advice

This viewer has a puppy that at 6 months old is afraid to even go outside to go potty. In this video I give my advice to solving this problem. Check my online course for dog trainers: My online dog training lessons: The best gear for dog lovers: #puppy #puppytraining #puppies
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Does the ECollar Work in Water – Dog Trainer Tests Collar on Himself

There is a huge controversy if the ecollar will work when your dog is wet, furthermore, when you dog is swimming IN THE WATER. There is a big difference... most collars are "water-proof." BUT, what does that mean? Will your dog REALLY get SHOCKED if he or she is WET? I put it to the test... NOT ON MY DOG, but on ME! So, in this video I'll demonstrate how the ecollar works when wet and when it is UNDER WATER. That will play a big difference. I promise you'll be surprised. I tested 3 collars, the MARTIN System, The…
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Pets & Animals 

So You Got a German Shepherd – Tips and Dog Training Advice for Owners of German Shepherd Dogs

If you have questions or issues living with or training your German Shepherd, this video is here to help. German Shepherds are an awesome breed, understanding them is the key to a happy life and successful training. This concept is a breakaway from my So You Got a Malinois Series. Let's see if it's as successful! 00:00 Should I neuter my 13 month old German Shepherd Puppy? 02:04 My German Shepherd is jumping up and biting people 03:35 My German Shepherd mix doesn't do well with small dogs 07:02 My older German Shepherd wants to KILL my new German Shepherd…
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So You Got a Malinois – Dog Training Tips, Tricks and Advice for Belgian Malinois

If you're having some issues with your Malinois, here are some tips... 0:00 My 9 week old Belgian Malinois Puppy is snarling at me 02:57 My Belgian Malinois is bite snapping at me when playing 04:19 Should I train my 11 month old Malinois to have a higher drive? 05:48 My 6 year old Belgian Malinois is a good dog until he's off leash, then he runs away and has some aggression issues Interested in becoming a dog trainer? Check my 25+ Hour ONLINE Dog Training Course: My online dog training member section: #dogtraining #belgianmalinois #malinois
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Brush Your Dog’s Teeth – How and Why It’s Important for Your Dog’s Health

Brushing your dog's teeth is a good habit to get into. It will help keep them clean between veterinary cleanings. Some people don't believe in brushing their dog's teeth, but I do. It's a good way to keep up your dog's oral hygene and also a good way to get your dog comfortable with putting your hands in his or her mouth. Brushing your dog's teeth is no excuse not to have a veterinarian check your dog's teeth and perform cleanings when necessary. Bones and other natural foods can help prevent heavier build up of plaque and tarter, but remember,…
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