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This is a good physical exercise to instruct ANY pet dog! You can teach ANY pet dog to do hardly ever go for dropped meals Everywhere… Or you could teach your pet dog hardly ever to go for dropped meals only in the kitchen area. I like to toss meals as a reward for my dogs when coaching elaborate methods and obedience. So I let them go for meals that I throw all through coaching classes. If you prepare to Under no circumstances let your pet dog go for dropped meals, then when you are coaching you require to have a launch cue like “get it” to signify your pet dog can go for the meals you throw or you could ruin your default go away it from dropped meals. Having said that most dogs are quite smart and have an understanding of the situational cues.

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24 comments

  1. Now, you actually used intimidation

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  2. butt Crack @ 1:45

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  3. My American Bulldog is going to be a service dog. One of the tests for him to get his vest is a non-cued leave it of food that's dropped in front of him while he's under the table at a restaurant.

    He has a spectacular 'leave it' and I inadvertently taught him this while teaching him his basic 'leave it' skills. I just dropped food (high value treats) in front of him, then walked away without looking. He was in a sit/stay at the time, and when I came back a minute later, he hadn't touched them! I was so proud of him. Apparently that's one of the hardest parts of the test, and a lot of dogs fail it.

    Now, if I could just get my lab to stop trying to eat everything in sight, that would be great.

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  4. How do I react if my dog "steal" something from me, and starts running with it? And also, what do I do, if my dog missbehaves like jump on people or go through garbage bin or pee where is not supposed to… I mean… I WILL teach him not to do all this stuff, but I'm getting a puppy in a couple of weeks and I know he will do something wrong eventually, and I just want to know what should my first reaction be..

    thank you for the answer, I love your chanel

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  5. Thanks

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  6. Fantastic advice. Especially the bit about it being trained to be a default behaviour rather than a cued 'leave it'.

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  7. You might find a video for that on Kikopup's channel. Look around and you might find a video for that. Also, don't worry about age. Your dog will be able to learn if your kind, train often, and train correctly. Hope this helps!

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  8. very nice vedio, thanks.

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  9. great video!

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  10. Hello! I'm adopting a dog soon, and she's nine months old. Her foster mom tells me she has a bit of a jumping problem. How do you teach dogs that aren't puppies how to get rid of this habit?

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  11. thanks for all your tips but i got a rescue dog who was a ex bait dog[means he was trained to fight dogs] but he was found before he was a proper fight dog but he still goes for other dogs unless the back down first what can i do to make him just ignore all dogs please help

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  12. You can also cover the dropped treat with your foot if the dog goes for it — much easier on your back and better than using a leash to restrain the dog, IMO.

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  13. My dog thanks you as much as I do for your super informative videos!

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  14. @nagat1w2 if I wasn't using treats,I was getting insanely excited and petting his face . Worked great.

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  15. Love this one. Just got a new shih tzu and I was able to teach him a large amount of commands within 3 days at 12 weeks old.I ran out of ideas for more lol.

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  16. This trick is awesome. I was lucky to get a rescue dog that is absolutely brilliant and has basically trained himself, but he will leave ANYTHING (toys, food, other dogs, etc). If I say leave it, he turns his back on it and looks to me. But I think that training leave it is a must have even if you do nothing else

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  17. Love your videos! They keep getting better and better! Thanks!

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  18. I have a problem, I just got a german shepherd puppy 11 weeks and i didnt realize when training him that too many treats could make him food motivated. He listens to commands but when i show him that i have no treat he shuts down completely. leash pulling and eating everything small on the floor and barking constantly you name it , I was wondering is there anything I can do to break the bad habit of working only for treats and food ?

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  19. This is also called Its Yer Choice (IYC).

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  20. I think this behaviour is SO important. I teach it to all my fosters and to my dogs. My dog is stronger at it than my mother's, but I still think it's a very important skill. I think it also helps the dog in ignoring desirable distractions too.

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  21. A very useful tip especially for someone as clumsy as I am! I used a slightly different (positive) method though but mine are great at not going for dropped food or tablets, etc. This is also brilliant in a multi-dog household or families with young children to prevent food aggression! 🙂

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  22. This behavior saved my dog's life a couple of times!
    A few years ago I dropped a glass tray with left overs and it shattered around my little dog. Because I taught him the leave it behavior he didn't go for the food and because of his well mastered stay he kept one foot of the floor and did not step into the glass.

    My new pup is 10 weeks old and he's well on his way to mastering these two life saving behaviors.

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  23. You simply say "yes" instead of click. Search for my video called "How to train without a clicker" on youtube! 🙂

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  24. Awsome!

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