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32 comments

  1. When we’re outside walking it’s SO hard to get my dogs attention. She doesn’t acknowledge any sound I make. Any advise?

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  2. My dog will look at me, and then glance away quickly and look back again. Should I still reward this because she came back or does it need to be constant eye contact?

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  3. How often do u teach a new concept

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  4. how do you get the dogs to sit on the couch like that?

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  5. My whippet puppy gets frustrated or bored pretty quickly even with the attention-getting training and will bark. What's the best way to reset?

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  6. Do you have any suggestions on how to train this with a dog that is profoundly deaf? Since he cannot hear me, it is difficult to get his attention in the first place.

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  7. Your video's are amazing, the best i have found, being a new dog owner, your video's are helping a great deal.

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  8. My dog is very shy and doesnt ever look at your face. She also doesnt really like treats. What should I do?

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  9. I'm going to start teaching my 3 year old shepherd this. She's a very fearful dog of any strangers and dogs. I'm starting lessons now to socialize her, or, at least try anyway. Hopefully when I teach her this she will actually pay attention to me when asked and not look all around her. Thanks a mill for the vid, and beautiful dogs you have 🙂

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  10. Hey! Have you considered – Danfan Awesome Doglist (do a search on google)? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my mate got amazing dog training results with it.

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  11. Hiyaaaa! Have you thought about Cesario Bad Dog Buster (just google it) for dog training? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my father had amazing success with it.

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  12. Awesome dogs back there on the couch. Wouldn't have ever noticed them if it wasn't for the big aussie. 

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  13. How would you train the dog not to attack a new dog while inside the house?

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  14. Boiled chicken or roast steak! Your pup will worship you!

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  15. What do you feed her as her normal food? maybe use that to train attention etc. instead of feeding her the food all at once
    In other words make her work for her food

    Sorry for using her I am use to dealing with girl dogs haha

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  16. Can the Eye Contact sound be the same as the positive interrupter sound ? Is it the same concept?
    Thanks a lot!

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  17. Would you use a que or command or this? Such as "watch" or "look"?

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  18. not to be tedious or anything but on the list you put 1,3,4,5 and missed out 2

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  19. Hi Emily,
    Funny what we capture sometimes, sure the first dog initialy was concentrating on head lift (stretching neck) rather than the eye contact. Inadvertantly captured a dog tossing toy higher rather than nearer because it was landing closer the higher he tossed it.

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  20. Thanks for making this video, Emily – this is how I teach attention and so I can give the link to my students as a reference – makes my work a lot easier!

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  21. Oh Emily, I just loved the crew waiting on the couch!!! : ) I use many of your training methods with my horse and encourage horse owners to come watch your stuff and try it with horses–great fun! Thanx for the vids!

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  22. I did this exercise today with my cat, Mollie. 🙂

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  23. Hi Emily really love your videos. Would you do one on helping a very aggressive food resourse gaurder. 18mth Golden Cocker had already bitten 3 times I was making progress but owner feeling wary of the pup now and her fear is noticed by the dog. HEr ralationship with him broke down when advised by another "trainer" to follow dominance rank reduction methods so now I am having to deal with the problems that damage did. many thanks and keep up the good work!

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  24. Love Love Love the lineup on the sofa watching a new dog get treats. To me, that says it all about your training methods. Great stuff!!

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  25. I use the letter "X" as a marker. It is not a word I might inadvertently use while praising my dog "Yes, good boy, almost . . . EX!" *treat* he responds to it very well, I think it's the sharpness/distinctness of the sound that helps get his focus.

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  26. I love your vids!

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  27. I also note many games, sports, dancing are done with border collies. I'd like to see some trainers really making inroads with non-border dogs. Borders tend to be much easier to train–on the whole, right–?

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  28. Perfect!
    Love what you got your little one to do by-way of backing up, sideways and circling. Can you click me to the link for those lessons?

    next/last question: how long do you train for any given trick/command/behavior? How many do you teach at one time? Do you repeat during the day? If so how many times? do you wait until they've gottit before moving on to the next trick/command/behavior. Mine has real difficulty with distraciton. So this video is great

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  29. Your videos are so helpful! We had a tiny run in with our obedience teacher tonight when he asked me why I didn't give my pup the Stay command. I told him I was teaching him a sit means sit and a down means down. He wasn't happy…oh well, I like your methods and am going to keep using them. I've had tremendous results in only a week!!

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  30. haha sweet, what breed is it?

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  31. im so glad you made this video i tried training my dog this a couple of weeks ago, but she is very shy and doesn't like to look at my eyes she looks at me but keep her face pointing down so its hard to see her eyes and she wont stop doing this

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  32. thank for another great video. also 2nd lol

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