A Shepherd puppy training. ‘Stand-and-down’ combination. Use a bowl with treat and modify with a hand. First use a chair – it’s more comfortable as you don’t need to stoop down. Make stand again. – Stand! Don’t raise your hand. Stand! Stand! – Come on! Well done! Good boy! Stand! Give the treat. When making
How to play and train a German Shepherd puppy. Many dog owners think that it is not allowed to play using a sleeve. There are even some people that believe it is not allowed to play with a tug toy, because this supposedly develops dominance. This is a wrong point of view and a wrong
Dog training. A Boerboel and a Belgian Shepherd puppy. Teaching tricks. Going from the simple to the complex is a common pattern in dog training. Well done. Round! Yes, good boy! Fox, give it! Fox! Good, come here! Fox, round! Round! Well done. Round! Good. Fox, round! Good, come here! Good boy! Okay. Bath, sit!
A Shepherd puppy training. How to take away a toy using force. There are different methods of teaching a command ‘give it’. This video shows how to do it using force. Harper! You are so strong! Take away the sleeve. – Give it! Sit! Give it! Give it! Sit! To take the sleeve away, do
Training a pack of dogs. A German Shepherd, a Malinois, a Cattle Dog. An optional programme. Cherry (the name of the dog), come! Cherry! Down! Down! Down! Down! Down! Heel! Heel! Fox, heel! Fox (the name of the dog)! Heel! Cherry, heel! Heel! Okay, sit! Sit! Sit! Stand! Down! Stand! Sit! Sit! Flint! (the name