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When coaching an aggressive canine, it’s significant for the trainer to always earn any challenge that the canine offers. Use leash corrections to instruct a canine to follow the lead of the trainer with aid from a certified expert canine trainer in this totally free movie on canine coaching and pet treatment.

Qualified: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg
Call: www.miami-canine-coaching.com
Bio: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg is a certified expert canine trainer in Miami, Fla.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

20 comments

  1. Cool video.thanks
    for the training tips The best outcome that I have noticed was at
    Brainy paws (i did a google) Without a doubt the most helpful dog
    training tips that I have ever got to work.

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  2. Hey! Have you ever tried – Carkerakita Hound Master (google it)? Ive heard some great things about it from my work buddy who got amazing obedience achievements with their dog.

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  3. Why are u teaching agreesion dont u know people r trying to stop bullies from being misread

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  4. yeah i used to be this bad, he's ruining his reputation. dude, study your craft.

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  5. why would you want to make your dog aggressive?

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  6. An aggressive Boxer never heard about that…

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  7. maybe you should have chosen a aggresive dog…boxers are family pets.

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  8. What a piece of fruitcake.

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  9. if vin dieles did this video it would be 30 percent more cool

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  10. @connexwolf Constant socializing from an early age will curve most dog aggression even in naturally dog aggressive dogs.

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  11. You're talking about a dog who doesn't want to listen to you as a dog who is agressive. Or at least that's what it sounds like. Agressive dogs have generally (not always) have some sort of reason. It's often because of some sort of event that they went through. Agression towards people petting them, a sign that the dog may have been hit so they associate hands with pain, so they bite out of fear.

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  12. having a beard like Cesar Millan wont make you good like him!

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  13. get a job, seriously. what kind of advise is that to give from the back of your trailer yard. i bet you have no qualifications. . . . in anything.

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  14. @Trovatore75 risking injury ?

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  15. @Trovatore75 actually its the equivilent to a shock collar. i use one on my german shepard and if you use it the way its made it does no harm to the dog at all just makes it easier to control larger more aggressive dogs. obviously the harm is gonna come if someone is constantly pulling on the leash. but if you give it a quick jerk it does no harm.

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  16. Training aggression reduction using aversives. Have you ever heard of Dr. Jean Donaldson? Grisha Stewart? Emma Parsons? Lore I. Haug? Suzanne Clothier? Patricia McConnell? Joyce Kessling? Leslie McDevitt? How about the terms Desensitization and Counter-Conditioning?

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  17. My German shepherd is 5 months old an is very aggressive towards other dogs ??? ** PLEASE HELP ** what should i do to stop this ???

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  18. So you train an aggressive dog by pulling him by the neck, risking injury and potentially making him more aggressive. Wow, how ingenious. Let me guess??? Zero qualifications as a dog trainer and zero knowledge in modern training techniques based on Ethology. Yawn…

    By the way, the dog in the video is not aggressive but demonstrating clear calming signals: showing clearly that he doesn't feel comfortable near you… No wonder.

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  19. What a load of tar.

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  20. what if your dog is agressive towards other dogs?

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