Dog Training Vids

 

 

Potty Training Crate Training House Breaking A Labrador Puppy/ Atascadero Dog Training Classes

In the video Below This lab puppy was something like 16 or so weeks old when we shot this crate training video a little less than 1 week ago. As you can see we spend a lot of time on the basics. When you have a puppy and spend lots of time on the basics you spend less time with corrections. You’re still going to do some but much less.

Labrador Obedience Training In San Luis Obispo, Ca. / Templeton Dog Training Classes

Dog Obedience Training Board And Train “Down Command” Day 2 Of 10 / Shell Beach Dog Training Classes

Dog Training In San Luis Obispo, Ca. One Of My Board And Train Clients Day 3 of 10 / Grover Beach Dog Training Classes

How To Teach Your Puppy Not To Dash Out The Door- San Luis Obispo,Ca. 805-400-8309 / Pismo Beach Dog Training Classes

 How To Put On A Pinch Collar/ Prong Collar On Your Dog, San Luis Obispo Dog Training / Arroyo Grande Dog Training Classes

How To Train A Small Dog To Sit With Distractions / Central Coast Dog Training Classes

Below you can see I introduce some distractions as the dog learns to sit through it all. As we get going we just keep ramping up the distractions and the dog learns to block it all out.

Teaching A Labrador Puppy To Sit And Lay Down At The Same Time / Group Dog Training Classes

A lot of people ask me how old my dog should be to start training. The answer is start them as early as 7 weeks old. In the dog training video below you can see we started this labrador puppy at about 12 weeks. The earlier the better.

Dog Training Off Leash With Distractions, Pitbull Dog Training / Private Dog Training Classes

In the dog training video below we were training this pitbull to pay attention. In this instance we were mainly using food and a remote collar. The dog would pull on the leash so bad nobody wanted to take her for a walk. So we just got rid of the leash.

Teaching My Dog To Get Me A Beer From The Fridge

How To Adjust Your Pinch Collar/ Prong Collar/ Herm Sprenger Collar

Dog Training Learning How To “Heel” Your Dog In Paso Robles,Ca.

Sadie Loves Lickety Stick From Petsafe. Canine Tutors Serves California 805-400-8309 

Stop Your Dog From Dashing Out The Door! Paso Robles Dog Training 805-400-8309

In the video below you can see how we immediately stopped this 7 year old yellow labrador from dashing out the door.

How To Teach Your Dog Sit And Down At The Same Time With A Placeboard, San Luis Obispo Dog Training 805-400-8309

As you can see in the video above I have this 4 month old puppy on a placeboard. It looks like a box. Since 90% of all of the dog’s distractions will come through the dog’s nose, the elevated box prevents it’s nose from getting to the ground. Now we don’t have to fight with the dog. I never fight with the dog.

So now you get an idea of how I train. The concept is to use tools that will get the dog to WANT to do what you want it do.

In this instance I want the dog to sit in front of me, look at me, and not jump all around with it’s nose to the ground. Also when the dog is elevated the dog’s natural tendency it to sit. This happens because the dog is elevated. Think back to when you went to the circus. Remember how the lions and tigers were on the bar stools? Place boards. The bears and elephants were on those big half drums? Place boards.

Dog Aggression Can Be Stopped

In the video below you can see my clients working their dog on a placeboard. Normally this fuzzy little thug dog would be trying to fight my dog but we have the dog contained on the box. Once the dog learns that it doesn’t have to be aggressive to keep itself safe we can remove the box or place board. Canine Tutors Dog Training serves Paso Robles and all of north county.

Having Fun With Dog Tricks

 

How To Teach Your Dog “Sit” With A Placeboard, Dog Training Templeton Ca. 805-400-8309

Here you can see I am doing some dog training with this young 12 week old Labrador puppy. The box I am using is called a Placeboard. It is designed among other things to teach your dog how to sit.

Canine Tutors Dog Training trains dogs from Santa Barbara, Ca. to Paso Robles,Ca.

 

Dog Tricks From My Dog Sadie

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This is my dog Sadie doing a few of her tricks and stunts. I have about 20 more tricks to add. We do shows between 5-8 minutes long and we are willing to go all over California. Call Ashley Starling, 805-400-8309

 

How To Teach Your Dog Sit And Down At The Same Time With A Placeboard, San Luis Obispo Dog Training 805-400-8309

As you can see in the video above I have this 4 month old puppy on a placeboard. It looks like a box. Since 90% of all of the dog’s distractions will come through the dog’s nose, the elevated box prevents it’s nose from getting to the ground. Now we don’t have to fight with the dog. I never fight with the dog.

So now you get an idea of how I train. The concept is to use tools that will get the dog to WANT to do what you want it do.

In this instance I want the dog to sit in front of me, look at me, and not jump all around with it’s nose to the ground. Also when the dog is elevated the dog’s natural tendency it to sit. This happens because the dog is elevated. Think back to when you went to the circus. Remember how the lions and tigers were on the bar stools? Place boards. The bears and elephants were on those big half drums? Place boards.

 

How To Teach Your Dog “Sit” With A Placeboard, Dog Training Templeton Ca. 805-400-8309

Here you can see I am doing some dog training with this young 12 week old Labrador puppy. The box I am using is called a Placeboard. It is designed among other things to teach your dog how to sit.

Canine Tutors Dog Training trains dogs from Santa Barbara, Ca. to Paso Robles,Ca.

Introducing The “Shorty Stick” A Great Dog Training Tool! Paso Robles Dog Training, 805-400-8309

Check out my newest invention guaranteed to make training your dog easier! Now I’m sure some other genius down the line thought of something similar, great minds think alike. But look at all the potential this has.

Usually when I train I use food, but some of my clients were concerned about the volume of food treats we were using, knowing it’s better to have a skinny dog. I can see that. Most of my clients don’t have all day to throw the ball and take their dog swimming, like someone else I know. So now you can still motivate and reward your dog with a lot less food volume.

On the spatula I put peanut butter, cream cheese, velveeta, salmon or fish oil, you name it.

Use the Shorty Stick(TM) to cover distances quickly. Use it to direct your dog from one area to another, to keep your dog focused while you move about.

Great for small dogs and puppies. Cuts way down on bending and stooping. If you are elderly or have a sore back now you can reach your dog and still stay comfortable.

Lead your dog into a great comfortable “heel” with the stick. The dog is instantly rewarded when it gets into proper position.

The Possibilities are endless!

Coming soon the “Darth Maul Super Stick” It has spatula’s on both ends!

Placeboard Training Video–The Basics, Dog Training Atascadero, Ca. 805-400-8309

In the video above I am showing you a very basic example of “placeboard training”. If you have ever been to the circus you have probably seen the lions and tigers on the wooden barstools. Those are placeboards. The seals are on the red balls, again placeboards. The elephants on the big drums and horses on smaller platforms. When you take an animal and elevate it even slightly it now is thinking “I don’t want to fall off, so I will just sit right here” Think for a second if you were to be put on a 2×2 platform 15 feet in the air. I doubt you would be dancing up there. When a dog gets on top of a placeboard even though it is only elevated 12 or so inches it still has the feeling of wanting to lower it’s center of gravity–sit. Now the dog is doing what we want automaticly. We don’t have to fight with the dog.

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