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Dog Training: 1 Year Old German Shepherd, Storm! Before/After 2 Week Board and Train!



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as you can tell sparking got a little

bit

doesn't know his basic stuff so I'm

gonna start to finish

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earlier he was a you know grabbing out

to get some knock when I walk back here

to the back bar now as you can tell that

the meters changed so the beginning

Parkinson's afraid and now he's like

okay now as you can see

very mouthy all right

obviously no not good on a leash he's

got no formal training so that's pretty

normal

another dog with zero engagement with

the handler I want dogs to be a dog I

don't want them to feel like come out

and be militant and feel like they have

to be they have to be right on me all

the time but as you can see with this

dog if I let the leash go he's gone

he has no engagement with me has no

engagement with anything but me actually

so it's not good I want him to be

looking from the direction for me which

is probably the main reason why he is

the way he is Superbad a leash pulls

jumps barks grabs it's probably not good

with other dogs because he doesn't know

how to keep his composure he doesn't

know how to stay cool he doesn't know

how to do this stuff and a lot of times

what happens is that dog presents

himself the way that you guys saw when

using the kennel and you just assume

that he's aggressive and it is

aggressive to some degree but it's not

I'm gonna hurt you aggressively yes I'm

gonna jump on you I got a mouth you

headbutt you

the first thing I'm gonna do is because

he's just notice the ground he's been in

the kennel for a couple hours I'm gonna

throw him on the treadmill or try to we

have a dog treadmill inside that's what

I like to do with a dog that doesn't

have any serious behavioral issues with

humans like he's not trying to kill me

I'm gonna pop him on a treadmill let him

run for 20 minutes to 30 minutes on a

slow pace just to get some of the

jitters out then I'm gonna work with

them it's very important that dogs get

the physical exercise in order to get

the mental attention so that's what

we're gonna do now pop them on the

treadmill and get some energy out

so really I just start on a pace that

they can't avoid so he's got no choice

but to walk and it's very natural

obviously for a double walk it's

unnatural for a dog to walk on a moving

machine so just aim a little bit for

some encouragement getting some food

good this way because of the weather

hold salt and all that stuff hop on a

treadmill let them run for like thanks I

just put some food at the end you can

work for it oh so now we can run them at

a pretty good pace like as long as you

want but you start off twenty minutes or

so

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it just needs to get some of that you

really need to get that clutter out it's

a dog with all this energy is a German

Shepherd this dogs are supposed working

and having the task but something to do

and he has nothing he has no guidelines

no structure nothing so what I'm doing

first is there's two types of of

stimulation that a dog can can put out

and so it's physical stimulation and

mental stimulation which means I'm going

to give you all my attention here and

right now I'm making it physical so I'm

releasing all of that junk that's in his

head and that's in his energy blog dogs

don't go for an efficient walk rarely do

people walk their dogs a good amount of

time to actually start taking away some

of that built-up stress or anxiety and

so that's what we're doing right here is

just building them up letting them run

and then work on obedience because we

know without a clear mind

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alright guys so this is second portion

of gaming some exercise on the treadmill

and we're going to bring them back to

one of our training rooms and start the

process of exactly how to stop the

pulling on the leash calming the dog

down changing the overall behavior in

general a lot of people have obedience

issues with their dogs and a lot of

complaints about their dogs and it all

comes from a relationship it's not my

dog doesn't know how to sit my dog

doesn't know how to come and called my

dog jumps my dog whatever it's all about

your relationship if you can fix and

manage your relationship your overall

dog relationship will get a lot better

so I'm going to show you who start to

finish how to start the process after

the physical exercise has been done

so

just like last time as you can see no

engagement with me there's a lot of

stimulation in here which is just the

same stuff you saw inside so what I want

to do is really create a relief like all

of this is okay that he's sniffing and

stuff like that but when it comes down

okay it's time to listen it just doesn't

exist with this dog so I really have to

make sure that I can grab his attention

and make him some sort of engage with me

so he knows that he's got to do certain

tasks and so obviously you can see he's

not great on the leash she's pulling

he's kind of all over the place and so

what I'm going to do is I'm going to

teach you guys to start to finish

exactly how to get the dog to be engaged

with me to listen to be a little bit

caught on the leash and that way we can

do so much more in the future so we're

gonna start off with a slip collar which

looks like this literally just a slip

and on my channel I have exact videos on

how to how to make one of these so here

it is it's just a little slip so I'm

gonna put this on with a creative dog

that knows that when we work it's a fun

thing she'd all be fun for him alright

so we're just gonna do some

back-and-forth stuff leash press your

stuff

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now I have his attention the dog 30

seconds ago and still is all over the

place where I'm going to start to do is

reel that in hey buddy I want your

attention I got something to say to you

I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you to do some

stuff that's what's gonna make him a

more stable dog so what I'm what I'm

gonna do is I'm going to do this for a

little bit longer just the

back-and-forth stuff again we're looking

for is when I when I go out when I turn

and I say come I wanted to comply to me

without getting the pop of leash so what

it teaches them is something in the dog

training wrong as we would cause operant

conditioning which means I'm giving him

pressure and I'm correcting him for the

bad behavior and I'm rewarding them for

the good behavior so when I turn and say

come and he doesn't follow

he gets that physical pop on the end of

the leash and if he does follow he gets

that verbal praise and he doesn't get

the pressure from the slip collar so

he's learning okay

he says come I have to go that way so

this is basic least pressure stuff

that'll really change over the nation

ship through the dog almost immediately

so I'm going to keep doing this and I

and I'm hoping that his behavior and its

overall engagement with me the handler

will get better

you

so he's still kind of all over the place

because it's a very exciting area for

dog to beans is where a lot of training

happens but I'm starting to get the

leash pressure to become a lot better a

little bit so now what we're going to do

is not going to make the least shorter

so he's got to be closer to me wait

that's it boy so I'm starting to take

him and get him closer and closer and

closer to me and this overall will help

him make better decisions through me so

we're working as a team instead of this

all over the place because the dog like

that does not in a good state of mind

and I think the important thing here is

is I want him to do that when it's okay

I'm going to tell him too but when he's

all over the place running around

jumping and barking and screaming like

he was that's not a good state of mind

for a dog I'm gonna change his state of

mind by by lessening the opportunity for

him to make decisions because he's not a

good decision maker so I have to help

him understand that the leash is my gate

keeping access to tell him what he can

and can't do and then once he realizes

oh this guy is gonna take the wheel then

he's gonna start acting like this it's

been probably three minutes of

back-and-forth leash pressure dictating

his movements before it happened and you

can tell he's already a lot calmer I'm

gonna continue this just to show you

guys the full progression of the first

session

watch my leash pressure guys couple

little pops if he steps out of line

that's all

watch my leash impression right here

good boy good job man sit yes nice

so from before and after in real time

guys this is again I'm gonna keep

presenting these videos to you so you

can see different techniques and take

different things away from them but this

is real stuff you give it on a little

bit of structure and a little bit of

pressure for not listening to that

guidance that I'm trying to create for

him then you're gonna get an immediate

change in the dog's behavior he's not

shut down yes he's stressed but there's

a lot of things that are stress referred

for dogs there's there's exciting things

and there's great things that can be

stressful for us too he's only stressed

and he's not too stressed but he is

definitely a little stressed just

because this is all new to him he's

never been told what he can and can't do

which is why he's here in the first

place

but I want you guys to really really

take into consideration the difference

in the dog's behavior ten minutes ago

versus right now huge difference very

big difference in this egg theater they

can promise you on my life this is the

first time I've ever touched this dog on

a leash and actually work with them I'm

gonna continue now that he does here you

oh good boy max max it well done

now that quick 45 second 30-second

segment was so big for you guys to see

he went out to the end the leash he got

corrected for not paying attention and

not following the leash when I went the

other way

Frick and then he got that good pop

after that he said well I didn't really

like that no I basically said I'm

unleashed I said will he have pay

attention and then I went back to the

other way and I said he'll and he went

right to me and I ever warded him good

healed

good boy so again perfect case of

operant conditioning rewarding the

behavior to keep it around that you want

and correcting and giving pressure than

the behaviors you want to eliminate and

that'll ultimately created dogs state of

mind so much better than where it was

and again the important thing here guys

is do this inside in a controlled

environment don't try to do this outside

where you can't control the environments

that's for advanced stuff that's what we

maybe you'll do next week with the dog

this is an immediate situation on how

you can better

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thank you guys so much for watching this

stay tuned for another video of him in

the future probably later this week like

and subscribe to my youtube channel if

you haven't already and I'll talk to you

guys next time

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