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All pet dogs are various. Pets learn at different rates. In this video clip you'll see a number of examples of extremely various pet dogs find out an awesome "training drill". Training such as this leads to far better shared interaction between you and also your pet!

50 Comments on “How to Teach Your Dog Sit, Down, Up and Stand in MINUTES!”

  1. Just love your training techniques, I’ve started with mp puppy this morning after watching your videos all night. Your presentation & enthusiastic apporach is wonderful. Engaging both me & inspiring me to work with enthusiasm & excitement with my girls. Keep you the toptastic work & thank you so much.

  2. HOW DO YOU TEACH A BEAGAL TO DO WHAT YOU SAY BECAUSE MY DAD WANTS TO GIVE MY DOG ROXIE BACK TO THE SHELTER BUT I WANT HER TO STAY IN OUR FAMILLY BUT WE NEED BASICS TO KEEP HER…….PLEASE?

    1. I had a beagle, they are EXTREMELY smart dogs, and they are EXTREMELY stubborn, FOOD is their motivation, really good treats, I used cheese stixs, pieces of jerky, I know its not the most quality treat but Beagles work with their noses so the better the treat smells and taste the better they listen. I hope you still have dog because Beagles are great family dogs, they are fun, and always greet you will a wagging tail

  3. Hi, I really like your videos so far… I actually didn’t quite understand on how to make the dog to sit at first… sorry hahaha beginner here!! but I really like your methods!

    1. +Ashlyn Ramdhany Some of the people watching his video are totally blind, like me, and the description and explanation of what he’s doing actually is a huge help. Without it the video wouldn’t make sense to me. Not to be a butt here, but it’s a point you might not have thought of.

    2. +Ashlyn Ramdhany You’d have the answer to all of these questions if you actually listened to the talking in the videos. Train right before feeding, as food rewards work much better if they’re hungry. Make sure your dog is well exercised before starting.

      You need to start with the very basics and make sure you don’t progress too quickly. If the dog is failing a lot, you’re going too fast and need to go back. It’s your fault and not theirs. You need to convince your dog that listening to you is much more fun than not listening to you. If they don’t listen, they don’t get treats or extra positive attention. Obviously, don’t withhold positive affection on a normal basis, but during training, be super enthusiastic when they get it right and just patient and loving when they don’t. To give an example: My dog used to fight me to put her harness on. She loved walks but hated her harness. However, I started just standing there with the harness neck hole hanging. She quickly learned that she wasn’t going to walk until that harness was on. Now she LOVES the harness and slips her head right it when I put it in front of her. Life is more fun for her when she listens.

      Where did I get all of this info? In the talking during the videos on this channel.

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  4. I’ve been doing this for a while. My dog doesn’t seem to get it. I go for a while to see if he knows down or something after a bit of training. I say “down” and he just sits there and paws me. Long long is this supposed to take? He doesn’t seem to get the concept at all. He’s an 8 year old Sheltand Sheepdog and sometimes won’t listen to me at all. He used to be my grandparents dog and is horribly trained because they used to randomly give treats to him. Should I try using a toy as reward? He loves playing?

    1. +Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution
      I have a Labrador named Bella
      she’s about 6 1/2 months
      she when introduced to a treats jumps over or just going to her she jumps

      I have not been trainning her because of my school
      and other people just don’t know how to

      please tell me how to deal with dog who jumps

    2. +JasLoveBaking no eye contact and ignore him he is trying to get attention u need to let him know that that behavior is not expectable

    3. +ghost_jaime04 DEEZ NUTS
      I don’t really agree with that. There are a number of reasons why a dog might jump, and it would be much easier to reward them for not doing the behavior instead of punishing them for the behavior (being ignored is a punishment to a dog seeking attention, it’s a very mild punishment, but still a punishment nonetheless).

      +JasLoveBaking
      In my opinion, it would be best for you to replace the jumping behavior with an acceptable one. Learn what triggers the jump, and try to find that moment right before she does it. Then, when she goes to jump, command her to sit and click/treat for sitting. Eventually, whatever was triggering her jump will now trigger a sit.
      Or, if she is too excited to pay attention. Wait until she is not jumping (when she stops or if she takes a moment to catch her breath, whenever) quickly click/treat to capture the moment. Eventually, she will learn “if I jump he ignores me, but if I stay down I get a treat”. The reason I would suggest this over just ignoring her is because it not only tells her that something is not okay (which dogs don’t really respond well too, imo), but it shows her what she should be doing instead.

    4. +Deja Zupančič
      Try playing with the toys yourself to get her interested. When it comes to training dogs (and parrots, too), the stupider you look the more responsive they will be, lol. Get silly and energetic to show her that the toys are fun!

  5. my dog doesn’t stand up and when I move the treat further from her she kinda just skoots her but closer to the treat and waits for me to get closer

    1. I pushed the back of her neck a little so she would slide down and eventually she got it herself. If you put it further away and slower she’ll have to sit down to get it

    1. Henry Go I’ve been dealing with this by holding Rocket in a submissive position. He seems tip be getting it. good luck

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