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Leadership Dog Training – 7 Leadership Tips – Professional Dog Training Tips

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In this video, we’re going to talk a little more about leadership dog training. We will show you 7 great examples of questions from our Thursday night live stream, where you can set your puppy up to see you as a great leader! Leadership isn’t about being loud and heavy-handed. It’s all about being clear, consistent and fair with your dog in training. You always want to set your dog up to be right, so you don’t have to chase them around your home saying “NO”! If you’re hoping to teach your puppy to listen more reliably, this is the perfect video for you!

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18 Comments

  1. McCann Dog Training

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    Thanks for watching our 7 leadership tips video! If you'd like to take a deeper dive into the theory behind being a great leader for your dog, check out this video from our channel: https://youtu.be/QntS570VFZ0
    Happy Training! ~Ken

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  2. Max Sailng

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    my dog sleeps when i sleep and wakes up when he notices im gone

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  3. Mickey Minnie

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    The girl that has the Boston Terrier that says he poops on the carpet did she use the crate and have it beside her at night in her room because then he sees them and he won't cry in it shouldn't anyway but you guys have hit clip on how to get the dog used to the crate

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  4. Laura Garnham

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    My issue with crating is that, while it may be true that dogs like small spaces, there is, I think, a difference between choosing to go into a small space and being able to get out when you want, and being forced to be in a small space with no way out. Yes wolves might be denning animals, but do you think a wolf would be happy if you blocked up the entrance to its den while it was in there so that it was stuck in there until you removed the blockage. I doubt it. I think you'd have a highly stressed, terrified and ferocious wolf to contend with. I am not trying to start a huge discussion, just give my opinion. Crates might make things easier for us humans but that does not necessarily mean they are what is right for the dog. I understand that dogs need to 'earn freedom', and I am not planning to let my puppy have the run of the house from the moment I bring them home, but I will use less cramping methods of confinement (e.g. x pens and baby gates). They will have a crate to use as a den but the door will stay open.

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  5. Jen Lyn

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I am not sure where I failed but my dog will bite when she wants to go out. I appreciate that she is trying to get my attention but nipping is not the way I want her to get me to take her out. Last night she came up looked at me and started to jump and bite. When I took too long to get to the door she went on the floor. She is five months old now and doesn't have many accidents but how do I change the way she lets me know she wants to go out?

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  6. Danielle Johnson

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    How do I start reducing the use of treats during training so my puppy doesn't start expecting treats every time she does what I want her to especially since I'm owner training her to be a service dog also how do I get my puppy to quit stealing food from my toddler

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  7. myicivable

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I like the subject matter of the videos but Im seeing jarring skips and cuts in the audio that make it difficult to watch them.

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  8. Debbie Garvitte

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I have a 7 moth old rescue puppy who has separation anxiety to the point she poops in her crate. She’s taken out I don’t make a big deal about leaving but I have to bathe her when I come home I am working on leaving and coming back on short spurts but’s sometimes I can’t do that please help thanks

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  9. Joelle Kreuzer

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I tried using the houseline. My puppy just sees it as a toy. She runs around with it in her mouth and tries to play tug o war with it. Seems like it kinda gets her more excited.

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  10. Taylor

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I will be getting a new border collie soon. I've done tons of research, especially through guidance of your videos. I feel well prepared and educated.

    I'd love some more elaboration on controlling the training situation. I currently have a roommate and I feel as though teaching him to not undo my training is a larger obstacle than the training itself. Should I limit the puppies freedom without my supervision? It is a touchy subject.

    My friends all have a strong mentality of spoiling dogs and punishing bad behaviors without redirecting or reinforcing good behavior. How do I get around this for the several months of house training in store?

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  11. Emily Allaire

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    The inside house line: our 11 week old pup chews it constantly! Suggestions?

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  12. All_4_Paws

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I am trying to train my dog to listen to me at a long distance away, and it's not really going well I always need to be right up in his face to get him to listen.
    And he is 7 months training to be a service dog.
    how would you start that training and keep it reliable?

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  13. Julia

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    Do you have a video on how to teach your puppy (9 weeks old) to listen to you when they catch a scent/etc outside? Or just listen to you in generel when there is something more interesting/attention seeking, e.g. birds, dogs. He's quite attentive to me in generel and his come when called is quite good/name reaction to, but when something really catches his attention he blocks me out. I don't want it to become a habit as he grows older that he can pick and choose when to listen to me.

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  14. ILoveMyDog

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    My pup doesn't listen to me at all inside or out 😑 it doesn't matter how much training we do. Especially coming back inside when called. He's gonna be 1 year in 2 weeks and I still have to walk him outside on a leash or he won't go potty, and he won't come back inside at all.

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  15. Thunderdragon

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    Any tips in exercising a dog when u cant go outside due to severe snow storm like in a foot of snow and ice

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  16. Jasmine Cooper

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I rescued my 8 month old dog and I knew when I got her she was very shy and nervous. But it’s literally been a month and she’s still this way like 50 percent of the time. The vet did give us this calming collar and I guess it worked a little. But she’s still so timid and nervous about everything. Noise movement everything. She loves us and my 6 year old son, but she is still so scary. To the point where sometimes she will even urinate a little bit. What do I do?

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  17. Bianca Fry

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    My puppy also has a problem with biting and chewing on everything and everyone. How can I get him to stop?

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  18. Bianca Fry

    September 4, 2019 at 1:53 am

    I have a 3 month old puppy. I'm having a hard time training him to not potty in the house. So he's mostly in his crate but I want him to have access to the house but I can't trust him. He always ends up peeing in the house. I'm frustrated and I don't want my house smelling like pee!

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