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Teaching Your Puppy Impulse Manage



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Do you have canines that steal food stuff or are pushy having treats? Is your pet tremendous energized any time he smells or sees food stuff?

These concerns appear to be only mildly annoying but can create into a major pain in the butt above time. If you want to be in a position to have confidence in your pet all-around food stuff, you need to operate on some impulse command with him.

Taking the time now will make your existence superior and enable you to do much more factors with your pet.

Make confident you pet is hardly ever relocating towards treats but as an alternative is waiting around for them to be sent to him. Any time you give him a address, never release it till his bodyweight is neutral and he’s not leaning ahead at all.

For tremendous mad food stuff hounds, this will just take some time, so be client. Your pet will do whatever will get him the food stuff the speediest, and as quickly as he figures out that you will hand it above when he withdraws, he’ll do it all the time.

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17 comments

  1. what about paper stuff on walks. she does fine with staying away from food

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  2. This is one of the internet trainers I like.

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  3. Nice! I'm going to start this with my puppy (currently 8months old). I've already been working on her for manners, but this would really be nice come mealtimes – or when cooking in the kitchen. And – yeah. Puppy. Definitely needs impulse control.

    Question is. . .how do you train them to have impulse control when it comes to chasing the cats? -.- She loves the cats. . .she's not trying to hurt them. But she's bigger than they are and they don't want to deal with her. So they go, she chases and stomps all over them. sighs (We do keep her leashed when they are awake and around, but 'stuff' still happens. 😛 And we'd LIKE to let her off the leash in the house and have them all co-existing peacefully. Sheesh.)

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  4. I'm not usually down to comment on youtube videos but your videos are so genuinely helpful! I have a 1 year old aussie mix and she's the sweetest & weirdest but VERY over—she loves to train so I'm always looking for ways to be proactive with her craziness haha. Thanks for all the content!

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  5. Other people and other dogs are her "treats", she's not very food oriented. How can I translate this training to people/guests and other dogs?

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  6. Poor puppy lol

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  7. a little off subject but in the video you said she's 11! What are you feeding her? She looks/ looked great! Is she still around?

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  8. I've a rescue dog who was found starving and emaciated. He's fine now, but will snatch food off people's plates and kitchen counters; he'd take the sandwich out of your hand. I've tried to train him to take treats in a controlled way, but he snatches at fingers and hands with his mouth and teeth to get at the food, and doesn't seem able to take anything gently from me. How can I teach him to take something from my hand without my fist ending up halfway down his throat!

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  9. Great technique! I've been working with my dog for nearly a year now and finally got tired of her grazing me with her teeth when she was anxious about getting the treat. I've been trying this for about a week with great improvement. Sometimes, she's too excited or nervous to give eye contact and just looks away and I give the treat. I also try to move the treat to her mouth slowly she doesn't think she has to "catch it," which is my fault, because I unfortunately drop the treat occasionally (I'm learning too…) Thanks for posting!

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  10. Nice video.  How would you translate that to a non-food impulse control?  My dog chases anything that moves quickly.

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  11. Sir you talk to much before training. 🙂

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  12. @FernDogTraining I want to study on dog training. I want to not only be a better dog owner but I hope to be a trainer someday. What books do you recommend beginners reading?

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  13. Good force free training, thank you.

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  14. Girls tooo cute

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  15. are you gonna get another pit

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  16. Dont you want to give a voice command to or no?

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  17. I'll give this a try.

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