From Dogmantics, dog trainer Emily Larlham shows how to train your dog to walk calmly on a leash. "I would advise against using any forms of positive punishment when teaching any behavior, but especially leash walking, as startling or hurting a dog actually increases their st ...more
Train Your Dog to Walk on a Leash
Train your dog to walk politely at your side. Choke chains and other forms of negative reinforcement might make the dog associate being by your side as a bad thing, but positive reinforcement techniques will keep both the dog and pet owner happy. Watch this video pet training ...more
When training your dog to walk properly on walks outside of the house it is very important that right before you leave to go outside you come down to their level and make it clear that you expect them to listen. This can be done by saying a few commands like sit stay etc. Once ...more
This how-to video quickly outlines exercises to get your dog walking on a loose leash by your side. Put very basically, teach the dog what you want them to do! And secondly, stop reinforcing them when they pull! A clicker training method is used, but if you do not have one, yo ...more
If your puppy goes crazy on his leash while on a walk, you can train them out of this behavior and teach them to walk calmly, no matter the environment. This method uses click training and treats to accomplish what you want.
Does your dog pull too much on its leash when you take it on a walk? Or only pull when you no longer have treats? This tutorial shows you how to break your dog of this unpleasant habit easily and quickly.
If your puppy won't stop gnawing on his leash when you take him for walks, there are a few things you can do to train him out of this behavior. This tutorial relies on the clicker and treat method of training to accomplish this.
Dog leash training is an important part of any dog obedience training. Learn how to teach your dog to walk on a leash with tips from a dog trainer in this free dog care video series. Part 1 of 8 - How to Leash train a dog. Leash train a dog - Part 2 of 8. Click through to watc ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to teach your dog to walk next to you on a loose leash. If you train you dog to back up while on the leash, he will avoid touching the end of the leash after this. First, take a treat and put it under your dogs chin, then push them backwards. Use ...more
This video tutorial shows how to walk a dog on a leash. Dogs need to be taught how to walk on a leash, and this video will give tips on how to leash train.
Leash walking is one of the commands that dog owners have difficulty with. In this video dog trainer Eric Letendre share a simple secret to leash walking. Watch this video pet training tutorial and learn how to walk a dog on a loose leash.
When a dog pulls on the leash, the first temptation would be to jerk back. Even if you win the power struggle, the negative reinforcement creates a bad association with you which should be avoided when training your pet dog. Dog trainer Eric Letendre shows how to do an easy te ...more
This video explains how to train a Pit Bull terrier. Begin training at seven weeks, but formal obedience training should begin at 4 - 6 months. Be sure to use positive training methods that rely on praise and treats as motivators, rather than pain. Use proper technique when t ...more
To stop your dog from pulling, you must teach your dog how to walk politely at your side. Learn how in this quick dog training video tutorial. As always, positive reinforcement techniques work best, and can teach a dog to heel while walking on a leash.
Teaching your dog to heel will make walks more fun and relaxing for both of you. Watch this video to learn how to train your dog. You will need treats, a leash, a collar and patience! Tips: for training, choose soft, small treats that you don't give your dog normally.
Learn how to train your dog leave treats and toys, and walk on a loose lead. The Head of Training at Battersea Dogs and Cat's Home, Ali Taylor, takes you through the technique. First, learn when and how to reward you dog. Rewarding your dog will encourage them to repeat the ac ...more
In this video, we learn how to train a Labrador puppy in just two days with Adam Katz. First, the "no bark" technique is taught. You will need to first teach your dog hot to sit properly by giving it treats whenever it listens to you properly. After this, you will teach your d ...more
We'd let our little Fido run free all the time if we could, but unfortunately taking a dog out into any public space, whether it be simply for a walk in the park or to a shopping center, involves putting him on a leash or a harness. But, not unexpectedly, not all dogs like be ...more
In this video by Dogmantics, dog trainer Emily Larlham goes over some beginning exercises on how to teach your dog not to bark while on a walk. "Barking can be reinforcing, so the more a dog is allowed to bark the more likely they will continue barking in the future. When you ...more
Get tips for training dogs to lay down, come, stay, and walk on a leash in this free video series on dog training. Part 1 of 15 - How to Train a dog the basics. Train a dog the basics - Part 2 of 15. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.com Train a dog the basics ...more
Learn how to exercise your dog. Follow a regular exercise routine together with your pet. It will benefit you both! You Will Need * A leash * A collar * Plastic waste bags * A collapsible dog bowl * A water bottle * A leash * A collar * Plastic waste bags * A collapsible dog ...more
In this two part video Tab and his German Shepherd "Solea", show exactly what you need to do to stop your dog from pulling on his lead. Eventually, your dog will be walking on a loose leash where they'll feel safe, satisfied, and help keep your dog healthy. While there are man ...more
This video dog training tutorial is lesson on teaching your dog to walk on their hind legs. To train a dog to walk on their legs using this method, the dog will need to be clicker trained and will also need to be able to able to beg. Watch this instructional video and learn ho ...more
Dogs love their owners and will sometimes leap up in anticipation onto you. While pleasant for owners, strangers and friends might find the action uncomfortable or even intimidating if you have a larger dog like a German Shephard. Prevent your dog from scaring away your socia ...more
After learning the foundation tricks of "sit!" "stay!" and "come!" have your dog try their paws at a jump. You Will Need * PVC dog jump * Leash * Dog * Dog treats Step 1: Set up the jump Set up the dog jump. For a small dog, set the bar at the lowest rung; for a medium- or la ...more
Has your dog ever gotten off its leash, or made a quick escape from an open door? Training or teaching your pup to come to you on command is an essential part of obedience training. With a little practice, your dog will learn how in no time!
Dog trainer Zak George shows how to train your dog to chase your Frisbee. Start by tying your dog to a very long leash. This way, you will be able to control her, and you want to be able to bring her back. By being low on the ground, get your dog interested by showing her the ...more
In this tutorial, we learn to give your dog permission to go sniff around while on a walk. When you are walking on your dog, let them go out and sniff things, so that they can explore the area that you are around. Make sure you are following close behind and still have them at ...more
Elise Paffrath began her dog agility career in the early 1970s. Dog agility is a sport in which a handler directs a dog without a leash through an obstacle course in a set amount of time. Part 1 of 14 - How to Agility train dogs. Agility train dogs - Part 2 of 14. Click throug ...more
This video explains how to keep a dog calm and to be less reactive to objects that it is not used to including baby strollers, hats, canes, and a few other items. Starting with a few tips on how to get a dog used to the item in question such as keeping a leash on the dog and f ...more
Warm up your pitching arm and be patient—you might just be playing “Throw” for a while before your dog catches on. You will need: a dog somewhere big enough to play a tennis ball dog treats optional: a tshirt or dish towl with a knot tied in the middle, a leash, and a helper ...more
Check out this video to learn how to teach your dog to walk backward using the clicker training method.
Karen Lanoue-Lambrecht, CPDT, demonstrates how to properly housebreak a puppy to avoid accidents. Keep your dog on a leash when you bring it outside to go to the bathroom or else he'll get distracted and not know why you're out there. Look for two puddles and two piles to make ...more
The finish command can be taught using the word "heel" to mean that the dog should come sit by the left side of the owner. The "heel" command can thus be used while walking, and also while standing. Learn how to get a dog to heal by watching this video pet training tutorial. P ...more
Worried your canine might bite somebody? Afraid to take them on walks anymore because of what could happen if a child walks past you? Afraid of a lawsuit? These are the worries associated with overly aggressive dogs. But with proper training, an aggressive dog can be transform ...more
From housebreaking to traveling, crate training a puppy or dog can have long-term rewards for both owners and pets. This Howcast guide demonstrates how to crate train a dog. You Will Need * A crate * A screwdriver * A soft towel or blanket * Two dog toys * A half-gallon pet c ...more
From housebreaking to traveling, crate training a puppy or dog can have long-term rewards for both owners and pets. Watch this how to video to learn how to teach a dog to shake hands. You Will Need * A crate * A screwdriver * A soft towel or blanket * Two dog toys * 1/2 gal P ...more
Clicker train your pup to limp with this training video. This is a video on how to teach your dog to limp using the clicker training method. The old school way of training this behavior was to grab your dogs paw, restraining it while you walk forwards, and continue to do this ...more
How do we really come to the decisions that we make? Is it just flip a coin and hope for the best or is there some underlying procedure that we go through, consciously or unconsciously, that guides our course of action? Gary Klein is the author of "Sources of Power: Real Life ...more
Have the members of Jackass hooked up to dog leashes wearing ball gags. Have the members of Rammstein holding the leashes and walking the Jackass guys down the street. While walking have mein teil playing over speakers as Till sings and the other members using their flamethrow ...more
First of all, I would like you all to meet my good friend Iggy. There he is, in all his scaly reptilian glory. As you can see, he spends a lot more time on top of his cage than inside of it. You see, Iggy here doesn't deal well AT ALL with confinement. I don't know if it's pos ...more
There's no shortage of uses for steel wool, but the majority of them tend to be on the pyromaniacal side, like DIY fireworks. This trick by Mike Mikkelson is no different—it uses a homemade reusable "wool cage" to create a spinning vortex of light, like in the photo below. You ...more
During Tuesday's keynote at the I/O developer conference, Google unveiled new capabilities for its Lens visual search engine and expanded the availability of the platform in smartphone camera apps. Introduced at last year's edition of the conference, Google Lens launched as a ...more
If you live with pets, you know where their tongue has been, yet you let them kiss and lick you all they want without even thinking twice about it. I've heard people say that a dog's mouth is very clean, and that their saliva, delivered by licking, can help heal wounds, but is ...more