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Train Your Dog TV Episode 1 – Biting



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– Train Your Dog TV – Episode 1 – Biting – Eric Letendre, the Amazing Dog Training Man, covers the topic of dog and puppy biting in depth. Watch this video to learn how to ask Eric your dog training questions.

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  1. HDTV

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  2. Thanks for all the tips. I really do feel like I have better understanding of my dog.

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  3. What. My name is Erik LeTendre. Holy smokes. This is weird.

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  4. i going to try this cause the other things that you mention doesn't work and i do play with her alot.

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  5. Hi Eric! I have a puppy that wont listen to my training. Yes, I have trained dogs before and have succeeded but this puppy ignores everything. I even tried this method that you put the leash between the door and try if she still bites. Sure, she stops biting for 30mins tops and when left in the leash she begins this rebellious attitude and pees all over the place. Please help?
    Greetings all the way from Finland, Roni

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  6. hey eric i have a lab and he is so mouthy he plays tu but he does not respond to this please helppppp me ive tried the soft mouth technique at firt it worked but later on he just get worse please help meeeee!!!

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  7. Thanks for the technique i haven't heard before, It sounds much easier than me having to leave the room. by the way I have a mouthy wolfhound she is getting better but this should finish what i have already accomplished with other methods ( having to leave the room). I just hope my door handles can handle a wolfhound :). I reckon martini isn't as cute as you.

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  8. sounds really cool dog, I wish mine would eat it's own poo and i didn't have to clean it?
    where is the problem πŸ™‚

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  9. hi eric, ur doing a great job man but i have a question for u, how can i make my dog to stop shiting all over my backyard and make him do it in same area. thank u

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  10. Your videos are very interesting! And they would be more effective if you kept them to a single question, under 2-3 min each.

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  11. Awesome Homie, just got my Duchshund pup and it was a great tip, thanks cux

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  12. Martini's so cute

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  13. @eletendre1 he LOVES IT!!!!! its actually his favorite thing to do, but when we stop i cant get near him hes so excited he wants to mouth everything!

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  14. @TysonsRescue Does your pup like to play tug?

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  15. Hey Eric, quick question. the back tieing method you mentioned does not seem to be working with my puppy pit Tyson. He just does not respond to that, instead he just bites the leash, and when i attempt to go pet him to see if he gets mouthy he just bites! and it does not fail, everytime i reach to pet him he gets really mouthy! what should i do? He is not aggressive, i often reach into his bowl while he is eating and he is completely fine.

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  16. hahaha I love that the dog looks at you, then looks at the camera like, "Who is this man talking to???" hahaha

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  17. @ScottishBelly1986 LOL! Dog's gettin pwned xD

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  18. This is so great, I love it, I just found it this morning and then later this morning some ladies that just bought puppies from me emailed me and asked me about puppy biting! So I sent them this video. It's perfect thank you! Great advice I totally agree with you and you explain everything so plainly and it totally makes sense.

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  19. @ScottishBelly1986 LOL, my one of my Rat Terrier's would do that when she was a puppy, she used to stealth poop on the stairs and eat it before she got caught, I crate train all of my dogs and she out grew both eating poop and pooping on the stairs but yeah it was gross, so I hear ya. I believe they do have a product to put on there food so that their poop won't taste and smell so yummy to them, to dogs their poop can smell just as appetizing as their food…. Maybe Eric has some other ideas?

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  20. Thank you for posting this, most people are so quick to label something as misbehaving. I work at a shelter, and people often adopt puppies and bring them back because they are mouthy and energetic. Yet they will not adopt an adult or senior dog. As for biting outlets, we usually use Kongs, and raw knuckle bones. (the knuckle bones clean teeth too!), we also do bite/tug rewards in training sometimes.

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