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  1. What do you mean "click the dog" ?

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  2. My dog would not only come when called, but give me a nip as a bonus. And it hurts…So how to get them just come, not nip?

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  3. Greetings from Serbia! πŸ™‚

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  4. This is a great video for anyone with a new puppy or anyone who wants to understand puppies and dogs better. https://t.co/JXEa8h8tl9

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  5. Where do u get that click from?

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  6. Hello! Thanks for all your great videos. Just wondering if there is a "right/wrong" thing to do when your dog doesn't return when called? Can't seem to find anything on this topic. (I know you shouldn't tell them off) but when we are in the park my dog will sometime run off with another dog and I have a difficult time getting him back πŸ™ thanks

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  7. Wow Thanks a lot this Video really helped thanks for sharing .

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  8. That puppy has some big PAWS!!!!! nice vid!

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  9. What kind of treats do you use?

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  10. Really love your channel! Thanks so much for the tips again and again πŸ˜€ I am watching nearly every video here :)!!

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  11. Wow i just found this channel. Amazing videos. Clear, concise, and thorough! I love the step by step footnotes and problem solving.

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  12. Hello! Have you tried – Carkerakita Hound Master (search on google)? Ive heard some pretty good things about it from my father who got cool obedience results with their dog.

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  13. Is a real hot handler.

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  14. Can you please do a video on How to make your dog act gentle around children please!

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  15. Yeah, yelling at them only teaches them to do it when you are out of sight. I have a dog that was harshly treated for soiling in the house so the point where he was not only hand shy but foot shy as well and he would never go to the toilet anywhere in my view so praising him was difficult at first. I have never reprimanded a dog for soiling the house and with a bit of patience (as you said in your comment), Storm was toilet trained in no time. πŸ™‚

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  16. I used this technique to help improve my pug's "come" command. Upon taking a break from teaching this technique I found that her heel position was better. Maybe she felt being beside me was more enjoyable or she was a bit tuckered out.

    BTW: the videos of Splash as a puppy is EPICALLY adorable! Thank you for all your great videos. I've often used correction and reinforcement with my pug, but using your techniques, even w/out the clicker has improved our bond/her obedience greatly.

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  17. I own an Akita/Husky mix – both breeds are notorious for being difficult to recall. I have used Emily's methods here with success. (: I'll post up a video whenever I get the chance and send it to you in a message.

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  18. what breed is the dog at 3:25

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  19. i am training my dog alone. How do I teach her to bring the ball to me? She usu drops the ball a few feet away from me. In the house she gets the ball. When she sees Im going to throw it again, she goes under the tv to play with the ball alone.

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  20. what breed of dog is that? Very cute!

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  21. I have a similar problem to Sheriichi. My little guy, who usually knows better, gets so floppy and comfortable when he's tired. If he's napping in his crate, he won't come to me at all for treats, and it takes several minutes when I sit nearby with his favorite toy. I was taught that you can never let a "come" command go unheeded, so I hate to admit it but I've dragged him out of his crate at times. I hate to see the sad look on his little faceβ€”there must be a better way! What should I do?

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  22. Great video.

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  23. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww………..Splash was just a puppy!!!! So cute! πŸ™‚

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  24. i hope dat dog g3tz da aids lololz

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  25. what about in the jungle?

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  26. I've already watched your leash biting video, but my 13 week gsd puppy still bites the leash… I need some help..she doesn't move when she has the leash on, and she just sits and bites it

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  27. @Rienei Yes! All dogs can be trained using positive reinforcement πŸ™‚ Check out my website, it has all the videos listed by content and its easier to find what you need there rather than on youtube

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  28. @kikopup The end result should look like the dog doesnt want to go to the hole anymore and instead stares at you for a treat.

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  29. @kikopup Try to have success every time. The try call aways from the hole itself while you are closer to your dog. If your dog doesnt come, DONT JERK but walk backwards with even pressure until your dog comes, never do that in a collar as you can hurt or choke your dog. Dont say anything just go back a step. Everytime your dog comes back to you, your dog gets a high level reinforcement and then is released to check out the hole. (try not to release to the hole in too exciting a way)

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  30. @Sheriichi Proof the recall with distractions- I almost made a video with a gopher hole! The thing was popping its head out and in of the whole, then I ran to get my camera and the darned thing didnt come out again! But this is def a video I want to make. Practice with a hole, have the dog on a HARNESS and longline, and call the dog when you are near the hole and can succeed, then get closer to the hole as you go.

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  31. @kikopup oops! Whatever the dog finds reinforcing! My dogs adore bread and kibble for some weird reason. splash is obsessed with cheese. Kiko and tug like meat, and trisch likes everything. For puppies I try to keep it super healthy, so use mainly boiled chicken etc

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  32. @canbpham doggonegood treat bags

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  33. @laurafeg Have the person who plays his owner make a connection with him, and give him treats whenever possible+ like when they go off stage- so he never knows when he might get a treat from her. You can teach him a cue- go to actor- with a release- free! that always pays off big time, so you can send him to the actor where he will walk next to or watch the actor and then have a cue to come away.

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