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Protecting against toy guarding in puppies – pet dog teaching



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This online video goes over an work out that helps reduce toy guarding in young puppies. You should continue to be tuned for extra movies of foodstuff guarding avoidance for puppies.

What to look for:

Pet appears to be like up happily, with gentle eyes and peaceful expression

What are signs you are inquiring for far too a great deal far too swiftly:

Pet freezes
Appears absent devoid of turning head, appears to be like absent, turns human body absent, moves absent
Flattens
Stops chewing to give a tough stare
The whites of the eyes flicker
Tail wags frantically
Growling, whining, snarling
Black pupils
Tense human body muscle tissue

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25 comments

  1. everyones pupils are black ?? and whites of eyes flashing? i cant for the life of me make sense of these

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  2. Bitch u must a slut who wants to control on anything and everything..

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  3. My Dog is not much of a Toy Dog, the only guarding is treats/food (even when im not touching the food). She is around 5 years old.

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  4. What about if my dog is only interested in toys if he thinks someone is trying to take it away from him? Doing this would seem counter productive and make him stop playing all together. (He does growl when you try to take it, but if you don't, he'll just walk away from the toy and not be interested at all.) He likes "winning the fight".

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  5. awesome video! I have a 6 month old mini Aussie and a handicapped client. The dog has serious resource guarding issues with items the owner drops. This is so straight forward that I sent it to her to watch!

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  6. Love, Love, Love your videos. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  7. good video I have a dog that thinks the has puppies

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  8. How do you end a training session?

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  9. hey kiko! you are the best at this! I have a new pom pup and I was wondering what if we don't have a clicker and a treat bag? is it still possible for them to be trained without the clicker?

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  10. real meat?
    raw meat or boil meat?

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  11. My puppy shows signs of resource guarding of things such as socks and bottles which we don't want him to have due to him chewing them up. He does not show the same behaviour with food or toys, how do we get him to start thinking the same way about socks as he does about toys?

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  12. My puppy is pretty food motivated. Once I give him a treat, he just stops whatever he's doing, comes to me, and waits for the next treat.  I think this is also because I've trained him to say "please" by sitting.

    Any idea on how I can prevent resource guarding in this case, since after the first treat he just gets excited and waits?

    Thanks!

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  13. One of our trainers has reinforced drop-it for stolen items so much that her dog dropped a foot-long dead, rotten fish in her lap when they were on the beach! "I just dropped something that you usually wouldn't want me to have. Pay me now!!!" LOL Dogs are the best!

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  14. Hi +kikopup! May beagle who's about 2 y.o. Has toy and resource guarding. When I use real meat (chicken and pork) as a reward, she gets overly excited on the reward. She doesnt play her toy or chew her dog chew…how can i solve this problem? Please help! Thanks and God bless!

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  15. you are the best!!! You cover everything in a clear,concise manner

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  16. Awesome videos. Loved it

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  17. I love this.
    I learned from a fairly harsh and innefective school of dog training, and shortly after school I adopted my dog, Flint. He had serious onleash agression and I wasn't able to fix it which led me to quit being a dog trainer. Now after studying you, Dr Sophia Yin (RIP) and many other fantastic scientists and trainers I have finally found methods that really work such as clicker training. I feel so much sorrow for the stress I put on Flint when he already had anxiety issues. I don't feel ready to return to the prfessional training world yet but someday I know I will be a successful trainer thanks to people like you. And Flint is already so much better, I know he would thank you too. 

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  18. Thank you SO MUCH for this video. We just rescued a 5-month old pitbull girl and she is the sweetest little thing ever. Never showed any signs of aggression. But just a minute ago she totally attacked my chihuahuas when she was having dinner and they approached her bowl. Very fiercely. She was a stray and we don't know what she's been through, so I guess it's understandable, but we really need to work on her with them, seeing that she's so sweet and calm with us already. She's not at all interested in toys so I'll try this technique with her food for now. But how do I do it if she's only aggressive with our other dogs?

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  19. Excellent video! I'm going to try this with my parent's French Bulldog. Thank you for sharing

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  20. Do you have or could you pretty please make a video about dogs guarding their humans against some dogs but not all and what steps I can do to fix this problem??

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  21. I would really love if you could make a video describing how you teach each dog which bed/crate is theirs and not to go into the other dogs' crates. Especially how you make sure that if one dog is in his crate, the other dogs stay out of the crate and give him alone time. 🙂

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  22. Hi. I just started watching some of your videos and I say it is really great. But I have a problem and I know you can help me. My dog is a pitbull, he is really friendly and good. He is obedient, but he really loves going outside. He's really attentive everytime our door opens. When he's out, he's going away. He's not coming to me when I call him but he checks on me if I'm following him or not. When I'm following him, he's running away. If I stopped walking, he's staring at me and seems like he wants me to follow him. But he's not coming to me everytime I call him. What to do? 🙁

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  23. hey kikopup… u are doing awesome videos and u helped me a lot with my puppy 🙂 thank you… now i have 1 question, how to make chicken treat because i think treats from store arent worth enough for my puppy 🙂 thank you

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  24. Hi, it's always great to watch a new vid from you. I wrote you an email some time ago, about my Boston Terrier puppy who used to have ressource guarding problems. I was asking you if by any chance you would know any good positive trainers in France (I never got an answer from you. But that's ok, I am sure you got tons of emails everyday). Anyway, I worked a lot on this and thanks to 'Mine' and the help from the fantastic guys from ClickerSolutions and CU-Dogs (yahoo groups), Jango and I made drastic improvements on this. It's day and light.
    I wish you could come give a conference in Paris.

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  25. Second question. I love this anti-dominance approach. But what if I simply can't predict all the situations + don't know the dog enough to predict his reactions? I kind of feel like I'm not the person who is in charge of the world. I hope you understand. How can I teach the dog to act in certain situations when I'm not certain what the right behavior is? for example: I am trying to teach a dog that children are not a threat. But in the process of the teaching another child surprises us both, runs past and steps on a dog's tail. I'm just so afraid of making a mistake :((

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