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About this video clip: In this video clip Ian Stone from Simpawtico Pet Teaching teaches you how to get your pet to take treats devoid of biting. Get a safer, softer mouth by instructing good focusing on and entice-reward methods!

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  1. Hello I have a large breed female rescue dog that seems to be between 1-2 years old , have had her for about 2-3 months. Shes very obedient to the point where i can trust her to run off leash and always come when called as she also already responds very well to her new name. However when left alone she will desteoy the house weve lost hundreds already and cant get her hooked on toys to curb a possible anxiety or boredom. She runs outside for 5-30 minutes every day, knows basics such as sit, down, paw, come, leave it, out (please leave this room right now) and several more. So far has adjusted very well to feeding shcedules, walking shcedules, play time schedules and our other dog. I just wish we could trust leaving her to free roam the house without getting back to everything being destroyed. She shows fear and disinterest when trying to get her to play with toys and seems to have been abused in her previous home because she strongly fears strangers and anything that resembles a frisbee, mop/broom etc. Need to get her hooked on chew toys but as mentioned she will fear any type of toy strongly or at best show absolute disinterest. Any help strongly appreciated!! (Shes a German Shepherd by the way)

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  2. Can you make a video of how to teach our dogs's name?

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  3. Man this is a good video

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  4. Great video. Thank you very much for all these fantastic tips. So glad that you’re back.

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  5. I appreciate the effort you put in educating us, dog people.

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  6. Yay! Good to see you again. Thank you for this!! My pup (almost 14 months now!) has. . .a shark mouth, as you aptly describe it. lol Her targetting is TERRIBLE. I have been working with her a little, by not letting her have the treat until she tries more gently, and she is getting better, but this looks like a more 'fun' method for her. As you say, it's not really something you can scold them for. (Though when she makes me yelp, I will tell her to be more gentle. I don't think she really gets what 'gentle' means yet. :P) Definitely something I'm going to employ. She can use the target practice.

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  7. Look who’s back!!! Yay! So glad you’re making videos again because us new dog owners need your help lol 👍🏼

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  8. Super happy you’re back!!! I’m getting a dog very soon and I’ve binged your videos multiple times.

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  9. Trying this immediately!

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  10. Missed you

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  11. Another great video! I have been doing something close to this with Jake and it made a difference.However,  I need to move the treat closer to my palm. Thanks again!

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  12. Ian, you're HOT!

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  13. Hello I'm thinking of buying GSD but I'm first time owner and the main issue is that we go for work for 6-7 hours daily so can GSD stay alone for that long? Is it okay to buy German Shepherd dog??

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