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25 comments

  1. is she blind or is she smoking more than snoop dogg and willy neslon? she almost look like the real version of brock in pokemon hahaha

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  2. good night

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  3. Hi! I have a few questions, the next dog I get I want to train it to be a therapy dog but my parents would NOT tolerate a dog to be housetrained , but i might be able to get it in the house every one and a while and potty train it. would this work? also how old do you have to be to be the trainer and takes it places? Thanks!

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  4. My dog would be the perfect therapy dog.However,she isn't the most beautiful animal in the world.Would that play a factor in her job?

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  5. A nice video! And love the use of positive reinforcement. However I do not agree with the calm demeanor requirement. They need to be calm and friendly for visits but I have seen many a high energy dog excel at therapy with the right program of exercise and rears-based earning. My first therapy dog was high energy but we exercised him well before our visits. He was beloved. He was so outstanding a national award is given annually in his remembrance.

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  6. I feel like my dog gets too excited when he sees strangers. What're ways to help with this?

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  7. do therapy dogs need to be certified? my dog knows those commands already.

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  8. I'm a speech therapist in New York City, with one dog and an interest in acquiring another to train as a therapy dog.  Our 1st dog is VERY obedient, but is a bit too interested in other dogs.  I'm wondering if I should stick with a herding breed type of dog when going to the animal shelter, such as the dogs you have shown here in the video.  I prefer to adopt.  Any suggestions?

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  9. Great clip

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  10. Awesome clip!
    I'll provide you some great hints, tricks, and advice that will help you turn your puppy into the best behaved, most happy, jogging, bouncing, slipper-fetching best pal you always wanted

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  11. Great video , If anyone else is trying to find the most effective tips for training their dog try banfan turbo dog trainer (do a search on google)? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my buddy got amazing success with it. 

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  12. Let's not tase dogs for therapy. Dogs don't need therapy, only people do.

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  13. IF ANYONE PLEASE ANSWER ME!…..I have a dog (rowdy) and I am using her tips to train him, but do i get him a vest before he gets his certificate because there are patches that have "please ask to pet me" so is my theory right

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  14. I hope my boxer roxy will at least act like a therapy dog.

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  15. Christopher—–Best to check in your area with therapy dog testing and go without your dog and see the testing for yourself, thats what I did to better get a idea what I needed to train my dog on, my Rottweiler has been a therapy dog for over 2 years and loves doing it as I do, she is also my service dog. Check with these 2 organizations, TDI international and TDink, both are great, testing can be brutal so be prepared.

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  16. Is the test to become a therapy dog very strict?

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  17. so that your dog is always looking to you for direction and not getting distracted

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  18. Very interested in learning what I would need to do to learn what I need to do. My focus would possibly be with riding therapy on horses. Do you have any you would reccomend to possibly lean more in that direction. I work with disabled now, and they are all wanting very much to be around my animals. As I am writing this I am listening to your in's and outs. Thank you!! Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!

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  19. She is on drugs!! I bet!!

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  20. same with my dog, except she barks and sometimes growls at other dogs nothing vicious just terriotorial

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  21. I have no idea how to start my dog to be a therapy dog…..she's not agressive at all, a big cuddle bug and she listens. She loves people and other dogs, but i don't know where to start….can someone help me out?

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  22. My dog is not very social(she's really nervous and territorial), but I'm taking her to a training club…. if I'm training, and I want to make her therapy dog, even if she wasn't social naturaly, can she do it??

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  23. I have a one year old exuberant English Bull terrier named Carmen that I want to train for social therapy. She's headstrong and leash aggressive. Is there hope?

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  24. what's the point of the watch?

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  25. @watchmesave
    A Shitzu? Oh, you're screwed.

    Just kidding! You can train just about any dog anything. Just be calm and patient. Above all Stay Consistent! Make sure everybody in his/her life is supporting and reinforcing the training and it'll be a snap.

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