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60 Comments on “Do you want your dog to stay with you off leash?”

    1. U are preparing, that is awesome! Man i havent seen my dog in 3 years… At least when i am moving to germany my dog is coming along 😀

    2. I only started watching his videos because my best friends dog is really badly behaved, but I actually managed to convince my parents that we should get a dog so we might be getting one later next year

  1. Hey! I just wanted to say thank you for your videos! We have a nine week old puppy and this week alone… we taught her to stay, sit, lay down, paw (for the earlier stage of the bell to go outside.), almost roll over and drop it.  Amazing what five minutes four times a day can do.  She is an amazing pup so far… and thank you for the videos.

  2. My parents are deaf so my puppies know Sighn language…Like the basic like sit and stay and get the toy (:

    1. I thought about this after I started training my dog that it would have been really smart to teach him hand signals in Sign language.  I think it’s really smart.

    1. +demonte gray I used to use a clicker but after not using it for a little while, when I got it out and clicked it my baby just ran from the noise, really didn’t like it. I now just use “goooooooood” like long the word out so he doesn’t get confused if I say “good” when talking to someone in a conversation near him. Works just as well as the clicker did! x

    2. +Dee O’Bray Some dogs are noise sensitive (particularly border collies). Using a clicker can scare them, so if you want them to get used to it, try going outside with the clicker in your pocket to muffle the noise. You may have to be a little distance from your dog at first. Click and throw the treat to them. After a little while they will get used to the sound and you can use it closer to them without scaring them. Soon you will be able to use the clicker right next to them. The positive reward overcomes the fear response. I had to do this with my first border collie.

    3. +demonte gray Yes and know. I would suggest another sound source like your voice. If it is to cause awareness a whistle could be ideal but once they get use the the whistle coming with a sharp tug on the leash, they will start to look when you whistle. Then I would give them a hand command for ‘come’ like raising your hand straight in the air. It’s always best to use both voice/sound and hand commands together. For one, it is double the enforcement and two it helps as they get older and may have hearing issues or when/if something happens and they get so far they cannot hear you but can see you. And it’s easy to teach others hand commands so they too can handle your dog.

  3. Are there some dogs that can just never be trusted off leash? I have a terrier (rescue dog) and every time he is let off he just BOLTS!!!!

    1. +MechaAkuma while your partially right you didn’t answer the question. At all. The answer to the original question no. Some dogs are more stubborn than others and take longer to train but with experience, love, care and patients all dogs can learn to behave and form an understanding with their owner that will allow them to do complex commands.

    2. +blindbraille I agree that I didn’t respond to the question – and the answer is clearly as you obviously mentioned; NO. All dogs can be taaught to be off leash however a terrier in my 30 years of terrier owner are much much more difficult to be tought off leash. I wouldn’t say as so much that it’s do to the stubborness that makes it difficult for a terrier to be off-leash – more so the distinctive self-reliance and independancy terrier characteristic. Terriers are dogs that like to think for themselves and aren’t easily convinced to do what you want.

    3. Your dog needs to be more royal, it’s a fact that if you use some thing like a long stick, or something similar your dog knows you are the leader of the pack. But he/she might need to get some practice on it.

    4. +Sammy C. That’s the worst piece of hogwash I ever heard. People – do not take advice from someone who obviously doesn’t even have a dog or knows anything about dogs.

  4. Do you want your dog to stay with you off leash? I would love to, but I’m a husky owner and once he’s off leash, He’s FREE!!! and would never ever return…

  5. I saw this video and tried this with my yellow lab. He ran straight into the road and was ran over by a garbage truck. Thanks for killing my dog.

    1. johnthegawd that’s purely your own fault. If you know your dog is particularly unpredictable, why would you train near a road? In general, with any dog that’s pure stupidity

  6. Hello. This was the first video I watched when trying to teach my dog off leash work. This is a click bait video through and through, “Do you want your dog to stay with you off leash,” when the WHOLE video, yes I have re watched it plenty of times, is of a Border Collie, aka one of the most teachable dogs on the planet, on a 30 foot lead. Not one second of the video, shows this dog off leash. This is not very helpful. You should re title your video, instead of giving false information with one of the most teachable breeds in the planet. If anything, you should be working with more smaller dogs, like Jack Russel’s or Fox terriers, instead of big dogs, because big dogs are smarter than small dogs, they catch onto things more quickly then small dogs. I have a German shepherd who is 8 months old, and can sit, stay, walk on a leash, walk off a leash, (not with the help of this video), and doesn’t jump/ nor bite. I ALSO have a 7 year old Yorkshire terrier! We have worked with him a lot before and he can’t do any of that except for the jumping and biting! I am not saying you are a bad dog trainer, but you are giving out false information with the help of a very smart/obedient dog breed. Thank you and goodbye.

  7. For me, it’s safer to keep my dog’s leash on, but I’m not holding it. (Its on, but I’m holding on to it, it’s just there). That way, if he starts to run off and he doesn’t listen to the “come” “command” (I still don’t enjoy using the word “command”), I could grab the leash and return him back to the spot he should be at. Is it a good idea?

  8. I trained my lab x border collie to be off leash since day 1. she’s now 3 years old and has never misbehaved. she always comes when called and never runs up to strangers unless she is told to do so, I recently got a border collie puppy 3 months old and he is already learning to be a well behaved off leash dog, he comes when called but is still working on not running up to strangers, but you know he’s a puppy so he does get distracted somtimes lol.

    1. I have the EXACT same type of dog and as soon as she gets off read she runs away but just to explore then comes home like 5 minutes later any suggestions?

  9. How do your dogs not get caught up in the long line? Mine get their feet tangled all the time and it’s very frustrating…..

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