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Puppy Training Strategies : How to Practice a Dog Not to Bite



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When schooling a pet not to bite, some of the most critical things are system language and tone of voice. Study about using a mild bop on the chin or a muzzle get to train a pet not to bite with help from a certified skilled doggy trainer in this free video clip on schooling puppies not to bite.

Specialist: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg
Make contact with: www.miami-doggy-schooling.com
Bio: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg is a certified skilled doggy trainer in Miami, Fla.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

27 comments

  1. all these people raging about a little bop i personally never did that to my dogs all i did was give them a lil smack n say no worked fine. All my dogs i trained like that and they came out fine and it didnt ruin the relationship between us shes the same so yah suck me to all u animal trolls crying n shyt ty 🙂

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  2. You gotta check this out, if you are looking for an online dog / puppy training program then go to onlinedogtraining.us . Made my life so much easier

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  3. i've never seen the mother grab the muzzle of the puppy until it submits, sounds odd.

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  4. You don't want to hurt the dog, if you do it will ruin your relationship with your dog

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  5. I've turned my back on the 4 mo old pit pup when jumping and biting – used all the "positive" sugg,long walks. Forget it,try to walk away – he lunges at my back side tears my shirt, bites my pant legs, etc. He's getting heavy now, but I can only swoop him up or drag him on leash right to his crate for time out. Smart,so food motivated learns commands quickly but may require at times like this, a little bop under the jaw to snap the devil out. I have not tried that yet, but very tempted. HELP

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  6. never hit your dog man thats the worst advice….. you use tones and repetition! never physical force that won't teach the dog… just teach the dog not to trust you…..
    I personally throw on my "alpha voice" and repeat NO…worst ill do if my hands already in my dogs mouth ill put my thumb under his tongue to make the experience uncomfortable but still say no in a dominant manner.

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  7. ya all you really want to do is turn your back to your dog don't hurt him that's just mean!!

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  8. What i do with my puppy when he bites me is I say NO, assertively & strongly and make sure we make eye contact & then i redirection him to a toy he likes

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  9. Being afraid and being obedient are two completely different things, my friend.

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  10. You're kidding right? A bop on the chin, grabbing their muzzle, and all the other crap that you spew are great ways to turn biting into a fun game. Especially since these are things that people do when they rough house with their dogs and their dogs play right back. Get a new career, you obviously don't know what you're talking about.

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  11. hey dude… i have a good tip for you….. get a gun if the puppy bites you… shoot him !!!!! hes gonna be calm and submisive !

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  12. @mrTaz37 and if he doesn't love you anymore that means you have to let him go?
    play with him tickle him..do something that he likes…not just say…hey my dog hates me…someone fix it so i can watch tv meanwhile…you have to regain his trust not somebody else

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  13. let them bite your elbow it tickles and they can't sinc their teeth in it

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  14. thanks 4 the advice

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  15. I have a puppy with a very wolf like temper, i found the muzzle grab works but should only be used if the puppy is showing Aggression to a high level, and drawing your hands away and withholding attention or yelping do NOT work.
    I have only had the use the muzzle grab once, and made sure to praise the puppy after when he showed the correct behavior. but it did the trick and i now have a calm loving puppy that can play without aggression.

    Bottom line is, this is a list ditch thing.

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  16. I was told to make a loud noise, like a squeal, as if I were hurt, and startle my pup, then say NO. My dog was smart and it didn't take too long for him to learn, puppies nibble and have sharp teeth, it shouldnt;' be tolerated from the start, but I believe in positive training and dont' think I could ever "bop" a small tyke. Lots and lots of praise when he does not bite when you tell him to stop!!

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  17. There are many other ways of training your dog or puppy not to bite that does not include "bopping" them, gabbing their muzzle or yanking on the leash. I actually think that your advice is pretty cruel.

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  18. THIS IS GREAT! IF YOU WANT AN AGRESSIVE OR NERVOSE DOG!

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  19. Don't listen to his advise. You will ruin you puppy even make your puppy aggressive.

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  20. Tecnics based on force are good just to create a bomb! Soon or later the dog will be agressive. it s only about opportunity, could be you, grampa, kids, other dog……

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  21. wow mumbles Mcgee made a video.

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  22. I fully agree, all of his videos have lousy advice.

    Look to Dunbar who has excellent real advice on that doesn't rely on myths about what dogs do and is not based on force.

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  23. thank you so much this is great . i just got a pitbull puppy and i have kids so this is great to know….

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  24. Mate, the only technique that works is positive reinforcement. When your puppy doesn't bite you reward it. When it does bite you verbally condemn it. Physical punishment or anything else will make your puppy hate you.

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  25. Bad advise, most of the advise I've heard from this guy is terrible. If I do any of these things to my dog it makes him bite more. I've just been saying "ah ah ah" and stopping attention for a few seconds. Seems to work pretty well.

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  26. The muzzle grab really doesn't work for my dog she gets worse

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  27. really?

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