Thanks everybody for coming out to this mission we are in a warehouse in the middle of Brooklyn that was built in the 19th century. This is the place where they invented the toy the “invisible dog”laughterSo we have about 2,000 of these!laughterWe want you guys to to spread out. Hopefully what’s gonna happen is
My puppy won’t walk on leash 3 tips to train your puppy to love her leash hello friend thanks for coming by my how to leash train a puppy video in this video I’m going to give three tips to help your puppy to love his or her leash are you facing these struggles when
Hi! I’m Melanie McLeroy with Taurus Training for Expert Village and today we’re going to talk about puppies. So let’s talk about how to teach your puppy to walk on a leash. The first thing to consider is the leash itself. For a small puppy a really heavy leash with a big heavy clip is
NARRATOR: Back in are midway through their obedience training with Lucky. Now I want you to stop for me. Stop. CALEB: Much better. NARRATOR: They’ve seen what’s possible with a trained dog, but now it’s time for Lucky to step up, and the first lesson is leash handling. KERRY: If we left here today and
Hi, my name is Dr. Uri Burstyn I’m a veterinarian in Vancouver, BC and I’d like to welcome you to my series of practical skills for pet owners I’m here today with my friend Chewbacca, who you’ll see in a moment to talk to you a little bit about how to properly use the leash
English lab is ready for a walk and gets his leash.
Need a practical and stylish dog equipment for daily walking and some basic training? This collar is a nice solution! Just look at this genuine leather strap decorated with beautiful symmetrically arranged conical pyramids These pyramids, as well as the hardware are made of solid nickel-plated steel to serve you for a long time Check
Hello everyone. Kendall here. And welcome to the endless hangout. I’m here with Dr. Nicholas Dodman, who is the professor at Tufts University, veterinarian, and chief scientific officer at Dog TV. Hey, thank you for coming. Hey, my pleasure. Good to see you. Good to see you, too. OK so hold on one second. OK,
Hi, I’m Kathy Santo for Iams with Howdini, and today we’re going to talk about how to leash train your puppy. Once your puppy is around eight weeks old, you can begin leash training. The first thing he’ll need is a collar or harness that fits your puppy appropriately, never too loose or too tight.