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Candace is studying to walk on a loose leash exterior. With all the entertaining distractions, Victoria has her work slice out for her, but it proves to be no difficulty as Candace picks up on her system language right away.

In Teacher’s Pet, Victoria Stilwell exhibits you how to use her Positively Strategy to educate your canine the right way, escalating your level of communication to bolster the bond amongst you and your pet.

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47 comments

  1. Leave the stupid high-pitched voice! Are you a dog trainer or some bimboish mother mocking her young? 😉

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  3. Hi Victoria, do you do training especially for Bracco Italiano?

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  5. Your voice is so sweet❤️❤️😍😍

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  6. If she says good girl one more time i am gonna bite …

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  7. We have a 2 yo lab mix rescue and this technique worked like a charm. After only a day or 2 of reversing, he "got it" and walks have been great. At first it was a LOT of back and forth over short distances but it really didn't take long for him to understand that if he wanted to go somewhere he needed to stop pulling. I think Victoria's methods are very common sense and helpful. I also think a good 20 minutes of fetch before a walk helps too…

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  8. poor thing doesn't have a proper tail

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  9. If you want to see her train a dog that pulls then watch her tv shows, 'it's me or the dog' you can view them on YouTube

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  10. I would like to see a video where you stop a dog pulling. What a scam.

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  11. i was at my wits end with one of my dogs. i tried some of her work and in one day my dog is like a completely different dog already. i hope i can begin working on the leash pull with both dogs and am as successful 🙂

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  12. Seriously, this woman has obviously never met a dog with issues. I tried this method for months and it was an absolute disaster – we never got more than a few feet from our starting point because we had to change directions so often, and he got so frustrated from not getting real exercise on walks any more that he became frustrated and pushed boundaries all over the place. Maybe the nice little dogs she gets for her show don't mean to be alpha when they walk in front, but she's spreading dangerous ideas – so many dogs are not like that, they are all unique. Try her methods maybe, but if they don't work right away, use some discipline, for god's sake.

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  13. My puppy keeps pulling and when I turn around in the opposite direction she pulls that way. I try to turn in the other direction and she just pulls.

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  14. RE: CatCrinkle, that was the first time visit with Victoria, other than the same day Loose-Leash Walking Inside on this list, she learned very quickly as you see her on this video. Distraction? There were cameras and lots of people taking this video of Candace. She is 2.5 years old now. I am glad this worked with several of you!  

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  15. how long does it take for her to completely stop pulling the leash?

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  16. I like the theory of this, but this is in a huge backyard with nothing in sight; most people don't have that luxury outdoors. I want to see the same thing working at a dog park or something. How long until you get a dog THAT good? My dog is almost 3 and while she for the most part will heel off leash at a dog park I have to remind here every 5 seconds or she's off sniffing something. Meanwhile I feel like an idiot since everyone else is letting their dog run around and I'm trying to train her…

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  17. It worked with my rough collie Simba!

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  18. Walking your dog inside that area wouldn't be a problem for any dog, I don't even consider that to be "outside". There are NO distractions. This gets a thumbs down for me because of that. Doesn't show anything that can't be figured out by just having a brain.

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  19. Hi fellow sufferes !!, I was close to forking out 100s to pay for dog training classes when my dog just wouldn't behave!! Luckily I found onlinedogtraining.us – their online dog training made all the diference!!. So many videos for all problems.

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  20. I strictly deal with dog behaviors. I strictly train hard to reach dogs. If you would like to follow me as I rescue two dogs and track their progress, visit my facebook page Pack Leader Kennels.

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  21. Thank you :')
    He had lung cancer. When I say "baby", he wasn't really a baby (he was 13) – but he was my baby. Cockers are very sooky, they're like toddlers and my pet name for him was Baby. He had a good life but it is still so hard to let go. I hope you have many, many happy years with your pup, they are very precious.

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  22. im so sorry for your lost..i truly am, i cant think of what i would do if my 4 month german shepherd was gone..but what happend?

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  23. This is an English Cocker Spaniel. It is the most beautiful dog in the whole world =)
    (Hint: I may be a little bit biased – I lost my beautiful baby Cocker only 2 days ago)

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  24. What kind of dog is this?? ITS A BEAUTYY

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  25. Standing still works better for the runners. Some dogs will keep going at any sign of forward motion. It might take a while but she will eventually stop and turn to look at you like "WTH?". That's your moment to IMMEDIATELY step forward. Her reward for not putting tension on the leash is forward motion. Works well with the crazy running dogs.

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  26. More exercise and he needs a job. You have an active herding breed who's trying to do what he was bred to do by herding the cars. Can you get a backpack for him? Are you familiar with clicker/marker training? You'll need to wear him out mentally as well as physically.

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  27. The check chain is probably not used correctly or fitted correctly. There's a technique to using it. It doesn't correct the dog automatically. You can use the same technique Victoria did and just walk straight in the other direction rather than waiting for the dog to turn around and catch up. For the aggression I'd suggest you find a reputable trainer. It's not really something that can be solved in YouTube comments.

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  28. "has her work cut out for her"? No, she doesn't. Anybody could train this eager to please dog to walk on a leash in about 5 minutes. You don't have to yank the leash but letting the dog feel the consequences of not paying attention when you turn by letting them run into the collar is fair and effective.

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  29. The stop walking entirely technique is another good one yep. Eventually the dog will realise that it will get to where it wants to go quicker if it doesnt pull.

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  30. As for what equipment to use. Get yourself a long leash like what Victoria has in this video and a martingale collar (its the collar the dogs wearing in this video). Never use stretchy leads, harnesses, flat collars, prong collars or choke chains.

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  31. Don't get a harness. Harness's make dogs pull more, they're what sled dogs wear. If hes pulling you just try the turn around like whats shown here or you can just completely stop walking. When your dog realises that you've stopped and comes back to you praise him and continue walking. And repeat this until he gets it. As for the aggression. Take him away from the situation until hes calmed down and then reintroduce him. Keep doing this until hes calm. When hes calm, praise and treat.

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  32. One thing I have seen Victoria do is when a dog starts to pull she would stop walking and stand still. Once the dog stopped pulling she would then star walking again. This can be a very long process and you might not get very far distance wise but he dog will learn that if they pull they get nowhere. Saw this on "Its me or the dog".

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  33. I've got a staffie x terrier and he's really bad on leash – at the moment I've got a chock chain, but I don't want to use that, and it's not working anyway, cos he still pulls hard on it and I think he'll damage his neck one of these days, I want to get him a harness. Anyway, the turning around stuff doesn't work with him, he just keeps pulling, and never focuses on me because hes too interested in everything else around him. Also, he's very agressive with bigger dogs – any tips?

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  34. @DJc336 As soon as it enters the house, you must set rules, schedules etc

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  35. As I've always said, "every action is a training action." The moment the puppy comes home he is learning and observing.

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  36. why is the dogs tail docked?

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  37. Totally. I was watching alot of it and using the technics on my dog. It was hard though cos I found it kinda hard to "bite" the dog. The I found these videos – first of all, this works alot better and the dog is also ALOT happier – and so am I, cos instead it being stressful to train, it is fun

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  38. A hyper boxer MUST exercise before you try any type of training…of course the dog is gonna pull if it has so much energy in him!Try some hardcore exercise first and then go for a work.Make him chase a ball,run beside you on the bike,rollerblading etc. these kind of stuff will help you with the pulling!Thats why you should choose a dog breed carefully,to match your lifestyle.

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  39. First of all you should exercise your dog properly(idk if u do)so it doesnt have too much energy when u wanna go for a walk!Maybe you should try running with him/her first for 15-20 mins(depending on ur dogs energy lvl)then try to work on not pulling.You can change direction each time your dog pulls.It will be boring but it will work eventually! Also praise him/her when he/she does good! With food,toys whatever motivates your dog really.

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  40. i have a rescue border collie and when i try to go for walks with him we have no choice but to walk on paths where there are lots of cars and when one drives past he attempts to chase after it. he doesn't listen and refuses to focus on me when i try to get his attention but he is absolutely great at home. we go to a local dog park but its only practical to go there once a week and our yard isn't very big
    what else can i do to make him walk better and focus outdoors?

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  41. Hi Victoria, I was wondering how I could get my 3 year old Beagle to walk well on a leash. She is not just pulling, but running ahead of me, literally dragging me! What suggestions do you have?

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  42. Mir quatscht die zu viel rum. Ich konnt's nach 20 Sekunden schon nicht mehr ertragen, dieses : "Good girl! Good girl!"…" Sry, aber das ist meine persönliche Meinung.

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  43. All good if your dog will change direction, mine wouldn't not even with treats

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  44. This doesn't work with my daughters dogs.

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  45. @FABFERNIE I think it's an English springer spaniel…

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  46. I'll try this with my daughter's pulling madness dog

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  47. 🙂

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