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#16 Using Toys to Speed Up Obedience – Dog Training

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In this video we discuss using toys to speed up your dog’s obedience. There is a big difference between using toys and food treat rewards in training obedience.

In this video I discuss the proper use of harnessing your dogs drive for the toy to get them to do the right thing and speed up obedience. We also address how to deal with mistakes.

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  1. Mark Martin

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    My 2 1/2 month old Malinois are the most intelligent dogs ever. they sit, lay down and much more. I have taught them to wait for the treat that belongs to them solely. This has been a challenge coming from a litter of 15! Thank you very much for your training videos. You have and will continue to have an influence on these super affectionate and dedicated to us canines. Socializing after 3rd series shots will be important. We crate train them and they do so well.

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  2. peace and love

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    This breed looks like Ballet dancer,very agile.

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  3. Smfle

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    What is the toy you are using

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  4. J Antony

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    Mr Cabral. I have a one year 5 month old pup. He is a pure breed German Shepherd. I have a question….. When I give him a command sometimes he pauses for 5 – 8 seconds and then does what he is told. He has an unusual high bone on the crown of his head. And I am wondering why he takes time to respond. He is very loving and extremely affectionate. This is for Mr Cabral… Anyone else who isn't a professional trainer refrain from commenting. Thanks.

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  5. Lynn Abraham

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    My dog has no toy drive. What should I do?

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  6. Alex B.

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    What an obedient dog, I am trying to train my two Doberman puppies. They are almost 6 months old and seems to be responding well. Do you have advice with Dobermans?

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  7. Doug H. in VA

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I have a male APBT that is a 'game type' . You can look up what that means… This dog really likes retrieving and catching a ball/rubber toy or Frisbee (I get Hero 215… the best). The dog will do obedience commands readily knowing that the game will resume. So the reward for obedience is to get to play a favorite game. A 'drivey' dog is a good one for this sort of game and it may take some coaxing for an insecure dog to learn it. Because a dog is a tough fighter does not mean he is secure about other things. Games help him develop confidence (trust in you and in his ability to have fun). A fave is a NERF 'jai alai' thrower and a tennis ball sized ball can be used all year round (tennis court in chilly weather is clean and ideal!). I like a ''Chuk-It' brand rubber one with 2 holes that whistles when thrown and is tough yet flexible and smooth).

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  8. Luke McCall

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    Hi Robert, new to your videos and liking them so far. Did you make a video yet on how to get your dog to respond to out with a toy?

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  9. Uday Sharma

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    Literally masterpiece!

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