This video shows Drake, a Pit Bull mix who displayed aggression towards other dogs. recently when his owner moved back with her family, he attacked one of the other dogs in the house causing severe damage.
Drake had been to others trainers with no success.
This footage chronicles Drakes rehabilitation. all footage was taken within less than 1 month.
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Dog Whisperer: Trainer Walks Pack Of Dogs Without A Leash
Dog Whisperer: Trainer Walks Pack Of Dogs Without A Leash
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MEET leader of the pack Augusto Deoliveira, who can walk huge groups of unleashed German Shepherd dogs obediently at his heels. The magical dog trainer, 23, is a web sensation and turns heads wherever he goes – at the head of huge packs of dogs. Augusto lives in Hyannis, USA, but grew up surrounded by dogs on a farm in Brazil where he discovered he could lead groups of dogs with training. Now he’s wowing Americans as he walks through their towns and cities showing off the amazing feat. Augusto lives, breathes and sleeps with dogs as the head of his firm Griffin Shepherd Kennels. At the training kneels where he lives, he claims to be able to guide up to 15 free-walking dogs at the same time.
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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.
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Tactical Explosive Detector (TED) dog handlers with the 82nd Airborne train in southern Afghanistan. PFC William Hammon discusses the differences between TED dogs and traditional military working dogs. Includes sound bites from Pfc. William Hammon and Sean Bunnell, TED Dog Handlers. Also available in high definition.
Tricks training is a wonderful activity to participate in with you and your dog. It is
both mentally and physically enriching for your dog and it improves your skills as your
dogs trainer. an easy trick that you can get started with would be paw, or some people
refer to that as shake and what you want to make sure you do with tricks training is keep
the training fun and positive for your dog. A good recommendation I'd like to give everyone
is to resist the temptation to grab whenever training any behavior – you want them to think
it through and in order for them to do that you need to break it down into small achievable
steps so you're not necessarily looking for the end result you're looking for anything
that's moving in the direction of that. So for paw I'm not going to grab at his feet
because he might not like that he's also not using his brain if I'm doing the work for
him so dogs if they often cannot get something with their mouth they use their feet so I'm
going to put a treat right on Jack's nose and I'm going to have my hand ready when he
tries to knock them out of my hand because he can't get them with his mouth and I'm just
going to wait for that – I'm going to wait for any paw movement whatsoever – he moved
his left paw just a little bit so that was a nice baby step – good I got a lot of movement
out of the right one – I'm going to try again – good – I say the word good every time he
does the behavior correctly and slowly it seems that I will be able to shake with his
paw. The repetition of hearing the word good when his paw touches my paw so he makes that
association. So now I think I'm ready to take the treats away – good – he ois still going
to get one but I don't necessarily want to put them up front anymore and then we can
work with a little duration so he can hold it there – oh beautiful – good and now that
he's doing that readily if I'd like to put a verbal que on it I'm going to be able to
say – Jack – paw – good – and now I've taught my dog to give paw.