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@greatestk9

This handsome fella is Jaxon. At only 13 weeks old he’s already proving to be a clever clogs. 🐶 We’re helping him channel that inquisitiveness into some early training and working on getting him happy in his crate. Lots more to come with this little guy. 🐾 . . Follow @greatestk9 for #dogtrainingtips ✨ . . #puppytraining #cavachonpuppy #cratetraining #greatestk9 #petperfect at Bath, Somerset

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@redrobindogtraining

Handsome Jack, we have been working on walking parallel to other dogs over the last couple of weeks, now that his reactivity is improving and he is doing fantastically at walking comfortably along and ignoring the other dog ❤️ One-to-one training and behaviour solutions in NG16 and all surrounding areas. Experienced, qualified and insured. #dogs #dogtrainer #dogtraining #nottingham #derby #nottinghamshire #derbyshire #dogtrainers #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #dogstagram #doglovers #doglover #caninebehaviour #dogbehaviour #behaviourist #dogbehaviourist #dogsofinstagram #ukdogtrainer #dogtraineruk #dogtrainerslife #dogtrainersofinstagram #positivereinforcement #crossbreed #rescuedog #rescuedogsofinstagram #gsdcross #akitacross

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@petiquette.uae

Thinking about bringing a new four legged friend into the family?⠀ ⠀ Whether you’ve already adopted a puppy or you’re planning to bring one home soon one of the first things to tackle is puppy potty training.⠀ ⠀ ⠀ Before you begin checkout our blog⠀ 𝗣𝘂𝗽𝗽𝘆 𝗧𝗼𝗶𝗹𝗲𝘁 𝗧𝗿𝗮𝗶𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗠𝗮𝗱𝗲 𝗘𝗮𝘀𝘆 for tips on how to simplify the process using some of our favorite force free training methods.⠀ ⠀ 𝗖𝗼𝗿𝗽𝗼𝗽𝗵𝗮𝗴𝗶𝗮 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗛𝗼𝘄 𝘁𝗼 𝗛𝗮𝗻𝗱𝗹𝗲 𝗜𝘁 is another great blog to save as a resource if your new pup decides to start munching on his 💩 while you work on the potty training process.⠀ ⠀ You can find both at the link in our bio🔗⠀ ⠀ ⠀ Find this useful?⠀ ⠀ Feel free to tag and share this with a fellow fur-mom or fur-dad 📲⠀ at Daphne's Play Centre

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@balancedpaws808

Training Tip Tuesday 🐾 Squeak, squeak 🐶 Let's Play! Squeaky toys (just like with other toys) are fine to give to your furbaby as long as you end the play if they get too excited. There definitely shouldn't be any resource guarding. The reason most dogs enjoy squeaky toys is because it mimics the sound small animals make when they are being bitten & killed. It sounds morbid but it's a sound that triggers an instinctual nature in dogs. It is a complete myth that squeaky toys will make your dog aggressive to small animals! As long as you provide a limit to their playtime all is good! 👍 ***Dogs should always be under supervision when playing with toys. Make sure the toy is appropriate for dogs & for your individual dog's size.*** #balancedpaws808 #k9trainingtiptuesdays #dogtraining #dogtrainer #dogtrainingadvice #dogbehavior #dogbehaviorist #luckywelivehi #supportlocal #livelovewoof #greatdanemom #greatdanelife #greatdanelove #islanddog #hawaiidogs #oahudogs #dogsofhawaii #petsofhawaii #dogplaytime #doglife #hilife

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@summit_dogtraining

Over, and over, and over, and over again. There is no substitute for repetition. Recall was Ollie’s owner’s main concern, rightfully so because he was a SERIOUS bolter, but we are making some really good headway. Such a good boy! #noshortcuts #dogsofinstagram #dogtraining #dogtrainer #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #ogden #onlyinogden #ogdenutah #utah #maltese at Summit Dog Training

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@dogpackleader

A new client who just had their first lesson with me late this afternoon sent me this video tonight. Obviously things are going well for them, and they are doing a great job practicing. If you want to get results, you have to practice.

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@luckyjackdogtraining

Our mentorship students learning to walk #alaskianmalamute with only a slip lead. at Lucky Jack Dog Training & Rehabilitation

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@kalmk9training

Tonight was our second weekly training session with Duncan. . Last week we worked on helping him and his owners learn to be able to go for a nice calm, enjoyable walk together. . Tonight we introduced Duncan to my favorite command, the magical place. This is going to be very beneficial to his family as Duncan likes to run around the house and bark excitedly at the window and front door. . Not only will his family now have an alternative to that but this will also help Duncan learn to have a more relaxed state of mind. During our one hour session we got to see the magic already starting to work. He went from standing in place shaking and panting to eventually relaxing into a down and staying that way while we sat around talking. . I'm very excited for him and his owners as I know they will continue putting in the work and making great progress with their cute little fluff ball.

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@luckyjackdogtraining

Our mentorship student learning to walk 2 #alaskianmalamute with one hand and a spray bottle of water. Learn more about our mentorship program at www.luckyjackdogtraining.com at Lucky Jack Dog Training & Rehabilitation

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@purpledogtraining

Here’s footage of the training dogs showing off their heeling skills. . Being able to walk in a polite, loose-leash heel slightly behind the handler is an important skill for any dog learning to behave calmly in any setting. It’s an even more crucial skill for a reactive dog, which all four of these dogs are. ;) . . . http://purpledogtraining.com Serving the Bay Area . . . . #dachshund #dachshundsofinstagram #dachshundpuppy #minidachshund #tinydog #cattledog #australiancattledog #blueheeler #heeler #heelersofinstagram #lab #labrador #labradorretriever #fieldlab #gsd #germanshepherd #gsdofinstagram #germanshepherdworld #dogs #dogsofinsta #dogsofinstagram #obediencetraining #dogtrainingadvice #dogtrainingtips #dogtraining #balanceddogtraining #sanfranciscobayareadogtraining #pleasanton #dublin #livermore at Livermore Carnegie Library and Park

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@dreamdogz

Chance is working on Center tonight. A very useful position for service dogs, and every dog! at Dream Dogz - Central Florida Dog Training

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@walkingdogtraining

Our girl Lou, looking pretty in front of this super cool door! I took her to hang out by our local elementary school. She gets twitchy around lots of noises, so I take her to the noises 🙌🏻✨ Building up her confidence one loud group of children at a time! at Audubon Park Garden District

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@luna.looneymoon.training

So proud of this!!! She used to just throw whatever I gave to her, or rush to get the treat. She’s so enthusiastic I love it! • • • #dogintraining #dogtrainers #puppytrainingtips #dogtricks #dogsofinstagram #tasktraining #dogtrainingadvice

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@petsitters.pune

Read. Understand. #Repost @thegooddogtraining (@get_repost) ・・・ Why do cops issue tickets for speeding? Why do we get credit dings for late payments? Why do you get fired if you’re consistently late for work? - Because rules without consequences aren’t actually rules, they’re merely suggestions. Once you attach a penalty for breaking a rule, now you’ve got something. Now there’s an incentive to abide by the rule. - Now I know this isn’t exactly breaking news, which is precisely why it makes this all the more strange to have to share public reminders about, but...there’s a whole bunch of folks who are attempting to sell you on the fact that all your dog needs is to know, or understand a rule. That the whole business regarding sharing valuable consequences for breaking them is inhumane, cruel, and likely just a bad job of training on your part. Meaning, if you need to correct your dog, you’ve done a crappy job...it’s not possible that an animal might need an actual consequence to take a rule seriously. - Whatta you say we give dogs a bit more credit? Whatta you say we honor reality over personal desire for a more kind, sweet, and completely non-reality based world? - I mean, if we’re so smart, and have our societies’ rules clearly stated, why on earth do we need enforcement? Why do us smarty-pants humans need consequences to play by the rules? - I’ll let you come to your own conclusions. I know I’ve come to mine, and I’ve experienced them first-hand. And guess what? They work. :) - #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #dogsofinstagram #dogtraining

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@integrityk9s

One more of Rocky because we are just so obsessed with this boy. Head over to our website to see more of our dogs trained by the renowned Dr Bill Ellinger. #dogsforsale #dogs #dog #training #dogtraining #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #dogtrainingisfun #dogtraining101 #rottweiler #rottweilerpuppy #rottweilersofinstagram #protectiondog #protection #servicedog #servicedogsofinstagram #servicedogintraining #servicedogssavelives #servicedogpuppy

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@mypetchild

Is your dog not being a good boy? Did he poop inside the house? Whatever you do, don't discipline or punish the dog. It'll only make the situation worse. Instead, use positive reinforcement to train your dog to poop outside. Positive reinforcement is an important training tactic. It'll help your dog understand that pooping outside = BEST BOYE To do this, recognize when your dog is about to poop (e.g. sniffing floor, turning in circles) then take him outside asap. Now wait till the dog finishes his business then give him a lot of praise and treats. Your dog will get it once you repeat this a few times. #dogstagram #dogtrainer #dogtraining #dogtrainingadvice #dogowner #dogcaretips #dogcare #dogpoop #dogsitter #dogbehavior #doglovers #dogtraining101 #dogtrainingvideo #trainingdog #positivedogtraining #dogtrainingisfun #dogsofinsta #doglover #dogmom #dogdad #dog101

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@cervantes_dog_training

TUESDAY TRAINING TIP: Use exercise in your favor. Exercise directly affects state of mind and behavior. This does not just apply for overexcitement but also anxiety, fear, and aggression. With fear for example, which you might not think would relate but it does, exercise before a challenging situation can help the dog to cope because after exercise its mind and body is telling it that it needs to rest. In order to rest it must relax. A relaxed dog looks less for things to be afraid of. Exercise doesn’t eliminate the behavior but it makes it easier to work together in more challenging situations. The more experience and exposure that you have together to practice skills (learned from a dog training professional) the better. Exercise can make those uncomfortable scenarios less intense and overwhelming which can encourage you and your dog to keep going and keep trying. Eventually, if you stick with it, you and your dog will experience changes and will become more confident. Also important to know, a 30 minute walk at your pace doesn’t count as exercise for a dog. An hour walk at your pace doesn’t count either. Real exercise is when a dog is actually challenged physically whether it be by long run, hike, bike, backpacking, treadmill, weight pulling, or fast moving fetch.

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@armandomorales77

Teamed up for a consultation a few days ago with @motherofdoggies_pawttery for this young boy who had to remain in his crate the entire time. He’s highly reactive towards humans. His history is one of being shuffled around from home to home with little opportunity to feel comfortable and safe amidst his surroundings and no chance of establishing a lasting and trusting relationship with any human. ⠀ ⠀ Now he’s with a wonderfully caring young couple who have no experience dealing with such a high maintenance explosive dog. ⠀ ⠀ Very rarely does a dog come out of the box with an aggressive temperament and disposition. In fact, almost never. Instead what we routinely see are dogs who are formed, for better or for worse, by their environment and the human handlers they come into contact with. ⠀ ⠀ This is a sad case of a dog who could otherwise have been a very happy and stable boy.⠀ ⠀ #dogtrainer #dogtrainers #dogtraining #dogtrainingadvice #dogloversclub #dogloversfeed #dogloversofinstagram #dogsarefamily #dogsarelife #dogsareawesome #dogsarelove #mydogisthebest #saratoga #albanyny #albany #saratogasprings #troyny #upstatenewyork #upstateny #cliftonpark #ballstonspa #maltany #doghelp #dogissues #dogproblems #dogadvice #problemsolver #helperdog #aggressivedog #dogaggression at Saratoga Springs, New York

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@kalmk9training

Daily Training Tip #137 Real life training part 3/ Place . Place command means sending your dog to a designated spot, usually a bet or cot, laying down and staying there calmly until released. . This has so many practical uses. When people are coming over, your eating a family meal or just about anytime you'd put your dog away, instead it can be in place. As opposed to being crated or having free roam which is usually not a good way to have a dog make good decisions the dog can be out with the family in place. Now the dog is holding command and being relaxed. . This does wonders for the dogs mindset. It is like doggy meditation. The dog learns to just relax and watch things go on around it without having to get involved. It is very healthy for a dog to learn to be okay with being bored. . Through long periods of duration place a dog learns to be calm on command. This is essential for a family pet. We can't have a dog always excited and needing to be entertained or we'll never get anything done. . When a dog holds place for long periods every day it resets their mind and helps them to be much more chilled out through out the day. . Place might just be the most powerful command you can teach your dog. . Just like with down you'll want to start off with minimal distractions and slowly increase the level of distraction. . Remember the three D's: duration, distance and distraction. . Duration- period of time the dog will stay there. Start with 10 minutes, build up to an hour minimally. . Distance- how far away the dog is from you. . Distraction- everything going on around the dog while it stays in place.

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@apeelio

Accountability. 👏 #Repost @thegooddogtraining ・・・ Why do cops issue tickets for speeding? Why do we get credit dings for late payments? Why do you get fired if you’re consistently late for work? - Because rules without consequences aren’t actually rules, they’re merely suggestions. Once you attach a penalty for breaking a rule, now you’ve got something. Now there’s an incentive to abide by the rule. - Now I know this isn’t exactly breaking news, which is precisely why it makes this all the more strange to have to share public reminders about, but...there’s a whole bunch of folks who are attempting to sell you on the fact that all your dog needs is to know, or understand a rule. That the whole business regarding sharing valuable consequences for breaking them is inhumane, cruel, and likely just a bad job of training on your part. Meaning, if you need to correct your dog, you’ve done a crappy job...it’s not possible that an animal might need an actual consequence to take a rule seriously. - Whatta you say we give dogs a bit more credit? Whatta you say we honor reality over personal desire for a more kind, sweet, and completely non-reality based world? - I mean, if we’re so smart, and have our societies’ rules clearly stated, why on earth do we need enforcement? Why do us smarty-pants humans need consequences to play by the rules? - I’ll let you come to your own conclusions. I know I’ve come to mine, and I’ve experienced them first-hand. And guess what? They work. :) - #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #dogsofinstagram #dogtraining

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@stat_k9_training

The doods joined my students in training today! I’m so lucky to have these two characters:-) at STAT K9 Training

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@talesofvalor

Val meets a pickle for the first time.....🤣💜 #nationalpickleday

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@kathysanto.dogtraining

Best way to start the day!!!!❤️🤣 at Kathy Santo Dog Training

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@desert_dog_mom

Meet the HANDSOME BLUE! - - Here we are working on leash pressure on his reg flat-buckle collar, loading my marker word of yes/good, place, and overall getting him to want to stay close to me. - - You can see in first clip he jumps off place and literally pulls me along. - - Second clip he’s learned leash pressure and how to turn it off and he also wants to be near me. He’s following me. - - - yes it’s only because I have breakfast, but that will change. It’s only day one. - - - He’s learned good/yes means something good is coming. No is stop what you’re doing. Let’s go is come with me and place is the cot. - - All that was 9 mins of work and he had breakfast. Now it’s nap time to absorb it all. 💜🐾

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@smartdogsk9

Why Place? Place is an extraordinarily useful command to teach your dog and can help with both behavioural issues and over all obedience. Place is awesome to use at meal times, when guests are over, at the front door, when the kids are running around and the list goes on. Place can also greatly enhance confidence and self control while the dog is away from you, therefore working well, along with other implemented practices, to combat separation anxiety. The Place you see in this video is mostly reward based, but reward timed at the right moment and in the right state of mind. Reward DOES NOT create hectic behaviour if used correctly. The Place in the video is proofed with pressure/correction on a leash and with handlers body. If practiced and proofed properly, no leash is needed (but we still offer random reward for good behaviour). Teach your dog Place for better control, self regulation, confidence, patience and to utilize at times of distraction. Happy Training!! #placetraining #trainyourdog #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainer #dogtrainingadvice #dogtrainerslife #smartdogscaninetraining #dogtrainingmilton #dogobedience #dogplace #dogmat #gooddog #smartdog #lovedogs #instadog #dogsofig #dogsofinstagram #oeb #oldeenglishbulldogge #bulldog #ratterrier #terrier #ratterriersofinstagram #dogtrainersofinstagram

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@walkingdogtraining

IT ALL STARTS WITH YOU ✨ . . You can correct your dog and they will still love you. . . Your dog can hang out on place for two hours while you watch a great movie and that does not make you a bad dog mom. . . You can say no to someone who wants to pet your dog without feeling like a total jerk. . . You can come home and be too exhausted to walk your dog. There is always tomorrow ❤️ . . You can become the amazing leader that you always wanted to be. . . You can empower yourself by eating good food 🥑🥦, drinking more water and getting your sweat on at least once a day. . . You can become a shining example for other owners who are struggling like you once were. . . YOU CAN✨🙌🏻 at Winter Park, Florida

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@riverdogacademy

" Far too many times I hear "Don't worry MY dog is friendly" without asking about the other dog, or waiting for permission to let your dog enter another dogs personal space. . 📍This can lead to a very uncomfortable situation for a dog on leash and since "Flight" is not an option many dogs go into their "Fight" response. Also consider the other might also have a high prey drive for small dogs, be fearful, sick or in training. . . 📍Please be respectful of other dogs on leash and always ask permission before letting your dog approach another dog on leash, and please don't be offended if they say "No" . " -@Regran_ed from @caninecohen _______

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@mypetchild

Feel like the worst person in the world after you accidentally stepped on your dog's foot or tail? Don't worry. Dogs remember but easily forgive. Many studies suggest that dogs are very good at recognizing people's emotions. Show your dog via body language that you are sorry (e.g. call him a good boy in a calm voice while patting his head) then move on quickly as if nothing happened. #dogcare #dogtips #dogtraining #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #dogcaretips #dogowner #dogs #dogbehavior #doglovers #lovedogs #puppy #puppycare #puppytraining #dogsitting #ilovemydog #dogs #dogstagram #dogsdaily #dogsitter #dogtrainer #dogtraining101 #doggylove

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@prodogtrainers

Pro dog training tip: Teach him on "dog time." Puppies and dogs live in the moment. Two minutes after they've done something, it's forgotten about. When he's doing something bad, try your chosen training technique right away so he has a chance to make the association between the behavior and the correction. Consistent repetition will reinforce what's he's learned. 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾  #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingisfun #dogtrainingpaysoff #dogtrainingadvice #positivedogtraining #positivereinforcementdogtraining #realworlddogtraining #dogtrain #dogtrainersofinstagram #trainingdog #dogtraining #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingisfun #dogtrainingadvice #dogtrainingvideo #dogtricks #dogcommand #dogteaching #dogcommands #dogschool #servicedog #cleverdog #caninetraining  #dogtraining #dogtricks #dogsport #smartdog #dogtrainer #dogsarefamily #workingdogsofig

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@walkingdogtraining

THE MOST COMMON E COLLAR MYTH DEBUNKED ✨ . . // The e collar ruins dogs // . . I haven't seen a dog ruined by the e collar, but here are some things I have noticed during and after training: . . Confidence. . . A dog that can relax. . . The look of HAPPINESS as they run through the grass off leash. . . Stability as he now looks to his owner who is LEADING him in a whole new way. . . Now, let's talk about the owner and those "nasty" side effects from using the e collar: . . A CONFIDENT swagger as she walks through a crowd of people with her once reactive dog. . . A calm Saturday afternoon at the restaurant around the corner. Sipping wine with her husband as her dog lays CALMLY below her feet. A tap of the remote reminds him that he doesn't have to worry about anything around them. She's got this. . . Having friends over used to be such a hassle. Now I can put the dogs in place and reinforce with the e collar. I don't have to yell or lose my temper. And my dogs can be included instead of on top of everyone. . . I feel proud to be the owner of my dogs. There was a time that I was embarrassed by them. Scared to take them out in public. Now, I look forward to the weekend when I can take them out and have fun with the training. I wish that I knew about the e collar sooner! . . PROUD CONFIDENT & EMPOWERED . . You be the judge ❤️ at Orlando, Florida

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@prodogtrainers

Pro dog training tip: Determine if your dog’s breed is a typical guard dog breed. Though most dogs can be trained to be guard dogs, certain dog breeds are known to make good guard dogs. For example, smaller breeds such as Chow Chows, pugs, and Shar Pei’s have been known to be good guard dogs. Larger breeds, such as Doberman Pinschers, German Shepherd, and Akita also make excellent guard dogs. Certain breeds, such as German Shepherds and Doberman Pinschers, can be trained to be guard dogs as well as attack dogs. If you have a pure-bred dog that is not a typical guard dog breed, or if you have a mutt, it is still possible for you to train him to be an excellent guard dog. If he has the behavioral characteristics of a guard dog and is properly trained and socialized, then you could train him to guard and protect you. 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾 🐾  #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingisfun #dogtrainingpaysoff #dogtrainingadvice #positivedogtraining #positivereinforcementdogtraining #realworlddogtraining #dogtrain #dogtrainersofinstagram #trainingdog #dogtraining  #dogtrainingtips  #dogtrainingisfun  #dogtrainingadvice #dogtrainingvideo  #dogtricks  #dogcommand  #dogteaching #dogcommands  #dogschool  #servicedog  #cleverdog  #caninetraining  #dogtraining  #dogtricks  #dogsport #smartdog  #dogtrainer  #dogsarefamily  #workingdogsofig   #schutzhund

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@kalmk9training

One of my favorite quotes from @thezigziglar is "don't judge the day by the weather". . He goes on to talk about his daughter being born on a dark gloomy rainy day but non of that mattered because for him it was the brightest day of his life. . This is so real. To many times we tend to wake up look out the window and decide how our day is going to be by the weather outside....or better yet I lay in bed the night before and check the weather to see how my day will be the next morning. . The way we decide how our day will be is actually how it will go. If we allow external things to decide our level of happiness we are never going to be truly happy. . Regardless of the weather we get to decide as I like to call it our "internal weather"... we decide if it will be bright and sunny in our heads or if we will allow it to get dark cloudy and gloomy. It really boils down to the decision to not allow external things to change you and how you want to feel. . Sounds easy...but it is a constant struggle and fight...we constantly have to be making this decision...I know for myself I must always remind myself what I truly want and how I want to feel...and when my internal weather starts getting dark and gloomy I must remind myself that I'm in control of it. . . . And without the rain the flowers never bloom.

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@solidk9training

Hank practicing impulse control with his favorite toy. Once dogs progress to off leash obedience, we begin making the proofing process more challenging for them. - Hank is holding a down while the ball gets kicked around the room and waits for his release command before being allowed to chase it. Hank is highly toy driven, so we use his motivation as a way to control his drive. - Hank will go home with a nice on/off switch and still be able to have a ton of fun even while training. We like to work dogs’ minds more than anything. Mental stimulation is key in our training program.

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@suitdoghouse

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@mak9training

While dog training remember... You should be:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ >Petting⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ >Praising &⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ >Smiling, A LOT⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If not, you're not training your dog right!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #dogtips #dogtraining #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainer #dogtrainingadvice #caninebehavior #canine #canineenrichment #k9 #dogsafety #dogtraining101 #dogtrainersofinstagram #doglove #trainwithmak9 #belgianmalinois #maligator #maligator #malinoispuppy #malinois_crush_daily at Bux-Mont Transportation Company Inc

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@suitdoghouse

at SUIT DOG HOUSE

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@redrobindogtraining

Preparing my sausagey treats for a busy training week ahead and here is my little stalker, watching every move and making sure I don’t drop any pieces! One-to-one training and behaviour solutions in NG16 and all surrounding areas. Experienced, qualified and insured. #dogs #dogtrainer #dogtraining #nottingham #derby #nottinghamshire #derbyshire #dogtrainers #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #dogstagram #doglovers #doglover #caninebehaviour #dogbehaviour #behaviourist #dogbehaviourist #dogsofinstagram #ukdogtrainer #dogtraineruk #dogtrainerslife #dogtrainersofinstagram #positivereinforcement #staffy #staffylove #staffordshirebullterrier #redstaffy #staffiesofinstagram

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@tugenuff

WHO’S READY TO WIN!? It’s #TuggyTuesday which means you can get your paws on one of our super-motivational tug toys. This week, it’s all about the Little Tuggers - Sheepskin Bungee Tug. This compact tuggy is adored by all dogs, but particularly well suited to puppies and smaller breeds. With a cushioned handle and British sheepskin cut to a shorter pile to make it easier to grab on to, it’s a guaranteed winner. WANT ONE? TO ENTER: ✅Make sure you’re following us ✅ Like this post ✅Comment with #TuggyTuesday. Good luck! 🍀 T&Cs: Competition will close at midday on Thursday. One winner will be randomly selected and notified via a reply to their comment by midday on Friday. They will have 24 hours to reply and claim their prize before another winner is drawn. . . . . #tugenuff #dogtraining #toptips #agility #dogtoys #dogsofinsta #dogsofinstagram #dogtraining #puppytraining #instadog #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #puppy #instapup #dog #rescue #dogscorner #dogdailyfeatures #dogs #dailydog #tugofwar #doggames #dogstagram #instadog #doglover #ilovemydog #doglover #tuggytuesday #giveaway #win #contest

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@mitalisalvi

Tail Docking. MUST READ AND SHARE In the old days most working dogs(Rottweiler,doberman,cocker spaniel,etc) needed tail docking as their tail would get hurt,entangled in braches etc while they were at work. For today’s pet dog tail docking isn’t necessary but moving on. Typically this is done in certain breeds when a pup is three to five days old. If done appropriately a vet will see the puppy, do a surgical scrub to disinfect the tail, and then use a sharp scalpel blade to cut through the skin and muscle and between the bones in the tail. This hurts very briefly and there is minimal bleeding. Either some surgical skin glue/adhesive or a quick stich are used to close the wound, and the puppy is put back with the mother. The procedure takes no more than a minute or two in skilled hands, and within a few minutes afterwards the puppy is acting normal. But a lot of breeders(especially in India) do this on their own to save costs..The most common way is to tie a rubber band tightly around the tail at the desired level and just leave it there. The idea is that blood flow stops and the end of the tail past the band simply falls off. How barbaric, cruel is that!! Let's evaluate this method for a bit. First, it's often done on older puppies who have thicker tails with more tissue. The larger tail makes it more difficult to achieve the desired results. But even so, it’s exactly the same as if you tied a rubber band around your pinkie finger and it eventually fell off. How long would this take? How much would it hurt? How much risk of infection would there be? I don't think any sensible, rational person would ever think that amputating a finger should be done with a rubber band. The band constricts blood flow. Without blood supply the tissues die. With enough time they will deteriorate and fall off. But the nerves aren't initially damaged so it will hurt quite a bit. It's not natural for tissues to die in that amount, and restricted blood flow is not healthy. You are not getting closure of the skin so a combination of dead/dying tissue and open wounds results in a high risk of infection. The change begins from you!! Insist on a non docked tail puppy.

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@dogpackleader

Leadership leads to focus. Contact me today to learn more.

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@moderndoglbk

We had a great lesson tonight,with this happy girl, Izzy 😃 at Lubbock, Texas

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@summit_dogtraining

All of my board and train dogs become jazz fans!!! Here’s Ollie working on some passive training. Practicing duration on a place during a game or a movie night is such a solid way to build the mental stamina to exercise impulse control in any environment. #gojazz #dogsofinstagram #dogtraining #dogtrainer #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #ogden #onlyinogden #ogdenutah #utah #maltese #gordonsetter

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@dog_training_tips_and_advise

Is your dog as well trained as this? Perfect example of dogs with discipline!!

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@kalmk9training

Daily Training Tip #136 Real life training part 2/Let's get down. . The down command means the dog should be laying on the floor...and here's the key part, relaxed. The dog shouldn't be ready to jump back up it should be ready to lay there for a while. . A down stay is so helpful in day to day life. Just about anywhere you want to bring your dog with you it will need to lay down and be relaxed when your not walking. . The down command also works wonders for the dogs mind. The dog is learning to just lay there doing nothing but being calm. There is no barking, whining or any sort of reactivity allowed. This teaches the dog to just ignore the world and let it pass on by. . A dog that can lay down and be relaxed in public will be able to do a ton more with you and go out to many more places. . When starting off with down and down stays start off with minimal distractions(in your home) and slowly increase the level of distraction. Eventually taking it to the real world. . Make duration down stays a regular part of your life and you and your dog will thank me later.😜

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@ridgesidek9_llc

Routine and structure - guidance, oversite, and supervision. Make "life" training and teach the dog how to learn. Give the dog a task. At Ridgeside K9 we are big believers in using day to day routines as self capping drills for the pups. Have a special dog - we are a special place! House pets to working dogs, we train them all. How can we help you? Part of the routine at Ridgeside K9 is fitness, we are super fortunate to have a gym in the kennel. So during workouts we cycle dogs in and out of kennels and have them do place work. Place work during these cycles has a two fold benefit. One - hold the place while I'm slamming weights around, focus through distraction! Two - do not go visit your friends. Hold your place and stay focused on task. These routines are not part of the official training for the day but they reinforce foundation and transfer into everything else we do. I know some will disagree - but I truly believe dogs do absorb information (learn) through observation. These simple place drills in a "non-training" environment has truly helped dogs that struggle at place move forward. The most exciting picture in this mix is the Dogo (center pic) - he has been here for 3 weeks to address some aggression and dominance issues and is going home tomorrow. Look how relaxed and at ease he is in the presence of all the other dogs. He has come a long way! As well - the GSD top right corner. He has been here for a few months - addressing dangerous behavior towards both man and other dogs. Look at him now and how relaxed he is! Both the Dogo and GSD would fence fight like wild men the first week here. They learned a new way! Proud of both! Two week board and train is all that's needed for 90% of dogs, however, when dealing with aggression often it requires more time for a true transformation. The difference between 2 and 4 weeks of training in regards to behavior modification is tremendous and truly supports long term success! at Ridgeside K9, LLC

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@k9heights

Are you putting off your training? Make sure you carve out time in your day for your dog. It's our job to help them have the best lives possible. Keeping them mentally stimulated and engaged with you is one of the best things you can do for them. Don't put it off, be intentional and set aside time for your pup today. #k9heights #k9heightsdogtraining #balancedtrainer #balancedtraining #obedience #dog #dogsofinstagram #dogs #dogtraining #dogtrainer #pets #instadog #michigan #detroit #doglovers #doglover #pitbullsofinstagram #pittiesofinstagram #endbsl #rescue #pittie #pibble #lovemypit #mypitbullisfamily #pitbull #mondaymotivation #motivation #trainingmotivation #dogtrainingadvice

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@purpledogtraining

Vader and Rio have learned to walk leash-less and calmly on the treadmill! Treadmill exercise is no substitute for a walk, but great supplemental exercise for high-energy dogs. Jillie has also previously been trained to walk on the treadmill and we are keeping these skills fresh. . Blazer has not been included in the treadmill work due to his size. His exercise needs are much more easily met during regular, daily activities. . . . http://purpledogtraining.com Serving the Bay Area . . . . #cattledog #australiancattledog #blueheeler #acd #heeler #heelersofinstagram #lab #labrador #labradorretriever #fieldlab #gsd #germanshepherd #gsdofinstagram #germanshepherdworld #dogs #dogsofinsta #dogsofinstagram #obediencetraining #dogtrainingadvice #dogtrainingtips #dogtraining #balanceddogtraining #sanfranciscobayareadogtraining #pleasanton #dublin #livermore at Livermore, California

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@kathysanto.dogtraining

In honor of #nationalpizzaday our FastTrack dogs worked their impulse control around this delicious distraction! 🍕🐾 at Kathy Santo Dog Training

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@koda_k9_services

What causes dogs to be reactive? Here’s an example and what are some of the reasons! • • #dogsofinstagram #dogsofnh #dogoftheday #dogtraining #dogtrainersofinstagram #dogtrainer #dogtrainingadvice #workingdogs #dog #dogs #obedience #training #NewHampshire #dogsofnewengland

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@moderndoglbk

We are working with, Peanut, today on her reactivity to other dogs. We are using the place command to teach her to relax around a new dog, and using a muzzle to keep her and my dog, Bowie, safe! I always suggest using a muzzle, with a dog who might resort to biting! at Lubbock, Texas

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@dreamdogz

Of course we got hats. Marvel wasn’t wild about his, but we captured the moment. He and Rich are twinsies. at Epcot International Food & Wine Festival

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@solidk9training

I’ll say it louder for the people in the back, too! It’s not a dog issue, its a social issue. There are too many people out there who think it’s ok to approach other people’s dogs- and regardless if the dog is friendly, aggressive, deaf, blind, or paraplegic, it’s the owner’s decision who can interact with it. Period. - I am a huge advocate for owners taking a stand when it comes to their dog’s training. We have seen it happen way too many times: the friendly dog that snaps or bites and “has never done that before.” Every dog has a threshold, and not every dog enjoys being around other dogs or humans. Too much pressure can make dogs communicate in the only way they know how- their mouths. - One of the biggest components of our rehab process is teaching dogs to create space and advocating for them while under pressure. It’s up to us to make sure the dogs are treated fairly and not put into situations that would make them regress. - I hope this video empowers someone today to speak up when it comes to setting boundaries. In all aspects of life. - This clip is from our YouTube Live Show, “What Would Jeff Do?” Episode 470. You bring the questions (and a sense of humor) and I bring the answers. You can find us at the link in the bio. -

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@dreamdogz

Marvel went to Epcot today for the last day of the Food and Wine Festival, he loved it! at Epcot International Food & Wine Festival

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@ifldogtraining

at Ballybofey

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@koda_k9_services

A training session I had with Nala on her first day here, going over the climb command and heeling when we walk. You don’t have to establish a relationship with a dog before you start training. The relationship comes with the training, trust is earned. 🐕 • • • #dogsofinstagram #dogsofnh #dogoftheday #dogtraining #dogtrainersofinstagram #dogtrainer #dogtrainingadvice #workingdogs #dog #dogs #obedience #training #NewHampshire #dogsofnewengland

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@thegooddogtraining

A little truth about e-collars and our perceptions... - The truth is, most folks who are anti-ecollar have either never tried one, tried a very cheap one, or have no idea how to actually use one in a modern fashion. - As Ashley says, our point of reference, if no real-world experience has been...experienced...is that of a one-dimensional shocking device, only capable of intense pain and discomfort. - For those that DO have experience, that HAVE used quality collars, and who actually KNOW how to use them, the perception is a massively different one. - Is a mildly annoying tickle or sensation intensely painful? All the kids we put them on - and at levels that most dogs work at - just giggle. So maybe ask them? Can the collar be used to make very dangerous behavior (to the dog or others) very uncomfortable? You bet. That’s the beauty of the tool. It can whisper or yell, which means it can best serve the dog and trainer. - Just like any good tool meant to create change in behavior, it needs to be highly adjustable, and it needs to be utilized in a very individual fashion for the specific dog you’re working with. - Ecollars, used correctly, and paired with positive reinforcement, create an amazing balance of “Yes” and “No”. They create clarity in ways other tools can’t, and have advantages that other tools don’t. - P.S. This is from our TGD Problem Solving Workshop we presented this weekend in Northern California. - #dogtrainingtips #dogtrainingadvice #dogsofinstagram #dogtraining at Granite Bay, California

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