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30 Responses to Dog Training – How To Be Your Dog’s Alpha

  • Madi Hill says:

    And dog training is useful so the dog knows better whether or not to chew
    on your couch or to eat your shoes and to know not to run out the front
    door when you open it. Dog training even helps save people’s lives so maybe
    ypu should rethink your opinion. Without dpg training dogs would be wild
    and even more dangerous than they are now. I love animals and they deserve
    to know right from wrong and to have a chance instead of being beaten or
    put down just because of one wrong thing they did in their life. You
    wouldnt put a person down or beat them if they did one wrong thing. Now
    would you.

  • Madi Hill says:

    Haven’t you ever seen a dog or cat make an aggresive move towards another
    animal or dog on the street. They are showing that they are the leader.
    Also when a dog growls or makes another dog that shares the home with them
    move from their spot, or if you feed your dog and the other dog runs and
    eats that dogs food, thats showing that dog that moved or ate his food is
    dominant or is the alpha dog and he or she says hey thats my spot I call
    dibs or hey I’m the alpha i eat first. Our domestic dogs descended from our
    wolves in the wild and the hyenas also descended from our wolves they all
    have a dominant figure or alpha just like cats or the big felines they have
    a alpha male to lead them. So that so called “garbage” is true I’m not
    saying everything that people discover or what the government says is true
    is totally true I’m saying that dogs and most animals on this planet have
    an alpha leader or dominant figure to lead them.

  • chech H says:

    Dog training is foolishness, the only real training any dog should have is
    to not pee or poop in a house..

  • SWEETlikeSUMMERlove says:


  • ItsADogsLife says:

    Absolutely agree. When are dog professionals going to drop this wolf pack
    model garbage. Even David Mech whose original research most of these
    so-called experts base their theories on has admitted he was wrong!!! And
    Scott & Fuller showed that feral dogs and village dogs do not adopt
    hierarchical pack structures. Having said that establishing yourself as
    leader in the dogs’ eyes, using humane and non-forceful methods, will save
    you a whole lot of trouble with most dogs

  • steve wonder says:

    when you grabbed your dog by the neck it was like ahhh what the hell is

  • Kotapaka Kotapakov says:

    I’ve seen dogs who command their owners O.o

  • Dog Training says:

    *The Online Dog Trainer*

  • Matilda Burkitt says:

    My buddies has created the comprehensive tutorials to guide your puppy grew
    to become alpha dog. It took him 7 years to study, I think every pet owners
    will need to learn.

  • VIRAT KOHLI says:

    Hey! Have you heard the talk about – Danfan Awesome Doglist (do a google
    search)? Ive heard some unbelivable things about it and my cooworker got
    great dog training results with it. 

  • GreatGeorge89 says:

    she is the most beautiful GSD on youtube, so calm peaceful and smart.. i
    love ur videos. and hope i’ll get a GSD girl myself. ur training videos
    give lots of confidence and helpful advice !

  • robertsantamaria33 says:

    Hey man I have a 3 month old german shepherd (soon to be 4 months) and I’m
    having a hard time potty training her ive tried the crate method it works
    but when she’s in the house she pees on the floor and I always have too
    clean up after her 

  • Lena Wasserman says:

    How to get your pet dog to come when you call, great for emergency

  • maxx56dog says:


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    Awsome shirt 🙂

  • Training Positive says:

    @murwill1 Yes, we can do that – but there are a few other things that are
    good to do in conjunction with this exercise. I mention some of them in my
    first video on teaching a dog to come.

  • DannyVassociation says:

    its probobably a little late now since you posted your comment a year ago
    but its also depends how you give the treat to the pups if you’re putting
    the treats from the very tip of your fingers they will bite but if you give
    them the treats from the palm of your hand they will lick it of instead.
    Hope this helps

  • Doverbendoverben says:

    What do u do when your dog goes really far away and out of eye contact? Say
    the other side of the house in a big yard? Also what kind of treat rewards
    do u use? My dog we saved from the shelter and has obviously been training
    with her old owners. But has not been interested an any treat I have tried

  • Lilian Nerren says:

    you are amazing! i had learn a lot from your videos… you should move to
    San Antonio TX, there is a big need for a great trainer!!! <3

  • Tidyboy89 says:

    daaamn, your like the pakistanian dog whisperer!

  • Andy Lollie says:

    I have a question, my dog always eats our stuff which costs a lot iof
    money, one time he ate my moms kindle. What should I do?

  • Jonathan Rodriguez says:

    I hate cats

  • pinquiwoolf says:

    Your videos are great, really clear and systematic, thanks a lot for
    posting : )

  • struggle375 says:

    thanks, good video

  • murwill1 says:

    nice, would you do this same technique with a new puppy?

  • John Aldridge says:

    I could use a tip how do u do that clicking noise

  • Lin Lash says:

    @jneg11 same problem here

  • xibanezbronzex says:

    Is it better to place treats on the ground rather than handing out? I’ve
    seen several people do this now.

  • iLikeToiletPaper says:

    My dog loses interest after a while. How can i keep him interested on the
    treats? Im hoping that ill be able to train my dog how to walk off leash in
    the future because he has a curious nose.


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