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Puppy Schooling – How To Be Your Dog’s Alpha



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– Puppies are social animals and need to have management. Discover about getting to be your pet dogs leader and the methods you need to have to abide by to turn out to be alpha. You can also get the initial 4 chapters of the e-book “The Awesome Puppy Schooling Man” e-book at :

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  1. No such thing as Pack/ Dominant/Alpha, or pack leader. Yes they are social animals. I have 4 GSDs. None are so called dominant. My youngest is 5 months old. I don't control my dogs, I TRAIN them.

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  2. It would be cool if they took the alphas out of 5 packs of dogs and repeated the process 5 times and took all the alphas out of those 5 and kept going. Say theres 25 packs. Take the 25 alphas and make 5 packs out of them. And then got the 5 alphas out of those packs. And then whoever was alpha of the last pack is the champion xD. I wonder what the last pack would look like. Would a dog take the role of alpha like any other pack or would it be dangerous to have all those confident dogs around each other?

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  3. love you video! My belgian malinois is definitely Boss Man! His name is Sheekra's Smooth Criminal, retired him in 2009 after 5 bites from an eastern diamond back rattlesnake, while I was running him on search and rescue! Criminal is my hero even at 10 years old he is still my massive protector

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  4. I thought that white dog was a toy before he touched it

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  5. And dog training is useful so the dog knows better whether or not to chew on your couch or to eat your shoes and to know not to run out the front door when you open it. Dog training even helps save people's lives so maybe ypu should rethink your opinion. Without dpg training dogs would be wild and even more dangerous than they are now. I love animals and they deserve to know right from wrong and to have a chance instead of being beaten or put down just because of one wrong thing they did in their life. You wouldnt put a person down or beat them if they did one wrong thing. Now would you.

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  6. Haven't you ever seen a dog or cat make an aggresive move towards another animal or dog on the street. They are showing that they are the leader. Also when a dog growls or makes another dog that shares the home with them move from their spot, or if you feed your dog and the other dog runs and eats that dogs food, thats showing that dog that moved or ate his food is dominant or is the alpha dog and he or she says hey thats my spot I call dibs or hey I'm the alpha i eat first. Our domestic dogs descended from our wolves in the wild and the hyenas also descended from our wolves they all have a dominant figure or alpha just like cats or the big felines they have a alpha male to lead them. So that so called "garbage" is true I'm not saying everything that people discover or what the government says is true is totally true I'm saying that dogs and most animals on this planet have an alpha leader or dominant figure to lead them.

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  7. DOGS are COMPANIONS not ROBOTS. 
    Dog training is foolishness, the only real training any dog should have is to not pee or poop in a house..

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  8. Absolutely agree. When are dog professionals going to drop this wolf pack model garbage. Even David Mech whose original research most of these so-called experts base their theories on has admitted he was wrong!!! And Scott & Fuller showed that feral dogs and village dogs do not adopt hierarchical pack structures. Having said that establishing yourself as leader in the dogs' eyes, using humane and non-forceful methods, will save you a whole lot of trouble with most dogs

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  9. Belgian Malinois are the greatest dogs EVER!!! I have a boxer.

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  10. when you grabbed your dog by the neck it was like ahhh what the hell is happening

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  11. I can't cite this properly due to Youtube not allowing website links. But as you see, the ethological definition of pack is different than your standard English speaking dictionary's definition. "Alpha", "Pack leader" and "dominant" mean nothing to our domestic dogs.

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  12. "Boitani, Francisci, Ciucci, and Andreoli, (1995) define a pack as a social unit that hunts, rears young and protects a communal territory as a stable group. Dogs, unlike wolves, are not strictly speaking, pack animals. Free-ranging dogs may, in some situations form small, loose associations and it might be more accurate to say that dogs tends to “group” in certain circumstances rather than “pack.” For a review of the literature on the topic, see Dominance Theory and Dogs by James O’Heare."

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  13. I really like your video and agree that leadership and order are important but you should update your definitions because domestic dogs don't form packs. Look to Jean Donaldson's article, Are Dogs Pack Animals. It covers this well.

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  14. I've seen dogs who command their owners O.o

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  15. I thought there were just stuffed animals on that table, I didn't even realize that there was a real dog! Haha

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