Dog Training Videos

 

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Charlie (Cavachon), Stella (Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier), Raja (Pit Bull mix), and Blue (Labradoodle) were all here for one of our board and train programs.  These pups range in ages of 6-11 months.  This was their very first off leash walk together working on obedience and distractions.  None of these dogs live together, and all of these dogs came to us with poor leash skills, very poor off leash reliability and little to no obedience training under their belt.  They have all come a very long way in their training.  We are so happy with their progress so far!

This is a short video of one of our daily morning pack walks.  We always start off the pack walk on leash and very structured, then they get at least 20 minutes of off leash play time.  We always take our personal pack with us as well as a few of our training/boarding dogs.

This video is of Huxley, a 1-year-old Rat Terrier that we have been working with for almost 6 months. He is one of the most human aggressive dogs I’ve ever worked with. When I first met this dog, I didn’t have very high hopes for him. He was extremely dangerous and unpredictable. He has come a long way, and his owners have done an amazing job at being consistent to get him to the more reliable point that he is at today. This video is a sneak peak of everything we’ve been doing with him to get him to where he is today. He still isn’t 100% trained, but he has come so far and has become a much much better and happier dog with our help! I now have high hopes that with a bit more time and consistency Huxley can become an even better dog.

We have mostly been doing SATS Perception Modification to get Huxley where he is today. You can learn more about SATS here: www.synalia.com

This video is of a Lab named Simba working on off leash obedience with high distractions.

This video is of Shay, a 7 month old German Shepherd who is highly distractable.  This was her first time in Petsmart with me.  She struggles a bit in the beginning because she’s so excited to be there, but as I work her through the distractions, she does awesome.

This video is a Chem-Dry commercial that we were head trainers for summer 2011.  We trained the dog, Pashmack, for this commercial.  It was a very fun experience, and Pashmack was a great dog to work with!

This is a video of a Golden Retriever named Sugar that was here for our Boot Camp training program. We are working on her off leash obedience (sit, down, stay, and heel). She was a very fun dog to work with.

This video below is of Lilly, a 11-month-old Bernese Mountain Dog.  We are working on strengthening her obedience with distance and distractions in Petsmart.  The day we took her was adoptions day at Petsmart, so there were a lot of very stressed dogs there, so I think she did very well!  She is wearing a pirate hat, because this video is also her audition video for a magazine, and in the magazine she has to wear reindeer antlers.  The hat was to show them that she can wear it without being distracted by it.

Is your dog rude and intense while you’re getting their food ready or trying to feed them?  Then check out this video!  Through training, a calm dog during feeding time is very possible!  Contact us for more information about how we can help!

This video is of Lucy, a German Shepherd I had here for day training.  She was here to how to walk properly on the leash.  Notice how unfocused she is in the first half of the video, and how much better she does in the last half.  Don’t you think she could be Sasha’s twin, though?

This video below is of Minka, a two-year-old American Bulldog I had here for Boot Camp.  This is her 10th day on the Boot Camp program, and the video is of her practicing the “place” command with two dogs as a distraction.

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This Video is of Lilly, a 5-month-old Bernese Mountain Dog, walking on the treadmill.  This is proof that even a young puppy, can learn to walk on the treadmill without a leash, even when there are distractions around.

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This video below is a litter of German Shepherds I had with Sasha.  They are about 6 weeks old in this video, and it just proves that even a litter of puppies that young can be potty trained!

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