Rottweiler Puppy Training- Puppy Training for Beginners

Rottweiler Puppy Training

In today’s video, I’m demonstrating how to teach and/or correct way to use a cotton web long-line when training a puppy. It’s important not to develop bad behavior from the beginning of training. Sadie is a four-month-old Rottweiler Lab Mix. This is her first time learning how to retrieve a ball. Dennis is teaching the owner how to use the e-collar the right way.

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It’s Never Too Late To Start Training

Five-year-old German Shepherd in training working down stay command.

Dogs are pack animals.  All dogs live in the moment. They live for today, not for tomorrow. (That’s called living in the now.) Dogs don’t think, they react. That’s why some dogs will bite you and then they will love you. Training needs to begin as soon as you bring your dog home. And then continue every day throughout the dog’s life. Dogs can be trained at any age, though, as long as we are willing to make changes.

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Become a Happier Dog Owner

As dog owners, we all know that training comes with being a responsible pet owner. Training your dog should be incorporated into your daily routine.

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4 Important things you must know about owning a German Shepherd

Thinking about getting a German Shepherd. How do you know if you are buying the right German Shepherd? Four things you need to learn about owning GSD.

Well, today I like to share four important things about owning a German Shepherd. Over the last 15 teen months, I had more people asking me these question. What I’ve learned is, they all are thinking pretty much the same way, and not looking at the big picture.

If you have a German Shepherd now and have any question then you’ll want to watch this video. You may just find the answer to your question. Or if your thinking about getting one then, I recommend reviewing this video. It could save you a lot of time and money down the road.

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