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How to Train Dog Down Command Australian Cattle Dog



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Hanu is a 5 moth old Blue Heeler. How to Train Dog Down Command Australian Cattle Dog
Peter Caine Dog Training

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  1. You are showing a piece of meat too big to actually give to a dog with no mention of that. I had a heeler choke to DEATH on a piece of cheese smaller than that chunk of meat! Tragic. Still not over it.

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  2. Poor dog. Treating him like a circus monkey. đź‘Ž

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  3. I love most of your videos and theory in dog training but I don’t believe in baiting and not giving. I do use food in training but as quickly as possible it’s removed. So I will teach down with pressure and lure and reward for the work but once the dog is responding and understand I take away the food. I also don’t feed out of a bowl and I do feed a balanced raw diet. After a series of work rewarding with praise and toy and the work itself and at the end I throw the raw while my dogs catch and this is how to earn their food. They work to earn their food.

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  4. I’d still give dog the food.

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  5. That works fine, however but it takes longer then it should. treats are a reward, not food. And why are you training a cattle dog in a suburban area, cattle dogs are not comfy in suburban area, it is not in their nature. They need a job or they will get bored and turn nippy and chew on furniture. At 5 months old a cattle dog should be starting to get introduced into livestock pens and livestock.

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  6. Now these are training videos. Brutus my black pit bull puppy is doing great. Thanks

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  7. Try using a tug toy see how much drive they have hahađź’Ş

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  8. Omg so helpful thank you so much

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  9. I am so stoked you have an ACD in training. As an Aussie, ACDs are the dogs i have always had, with other breeds over the years. Please if you can let people in the USA know how many of this fantastic breed are in animal shelters, because people buy them, with no conception of their needs. I am bias, but properly trained they are the best dogs…so focused on their humans so desiring of pleasing, so trainable, so smart. If you know the breed or if you use the services of a trainer like you, you can rescue an adult dog and get the best thing on four legs. I am watching his progress with interest. Thanks

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  10. good boy hano teach him how to food train … just a joke peter

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  11. Blue Heelers are Energetic, Protective, Brave, Cautious, Loyal, Obedient and will test the shit out of you. If you are weak, they will rule you and be a headache. If you follow Peter Caine's advice and techniques you will end up having the most loyal and rewarding lifelong companion and experience you could imagine.

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  12. Hanu rocks for his young age and the distractions! Nice, thank you.

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  13. Hanu looks like he has a mind of his own.

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