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23 Responses to Dog Training – Stay Command

  • fiionaaaa says:

    What do you do when you have an ultra hyper schnauzer that refused to sit
    still for even 0.749262millisecond?! Lily is a very calm dog but my Buddy
    is like a crazy ball of energy. It’s difficult to teach him to stay. He
    knows sit. But only for 1 millisecond then he gets up again 

  • ODD GAMERS says:

    When i say ok he stays their

  • Jay Mac says:

    I appreciate this video but I don’t think it’s very legitimate. I think u
    should naturally start off with the distance instead of staying in the dogs
    face.

  • Ann Holloway says:

    I do not agree with this technique…
    

  • wicked, krazie says:

    its funny she is not moving because your not moving

  • Scout's Den says:

    Lily is pretty smart. My Dad is going to teach my “stay” this week.

  • Clem Pendlebury says:

    ESAD = Eat Sh*t And Die

  • Clem Pendlebury says:

    This is absolutely the worst dog training video I have ever seen, the guy
    is an moron. He couldn’t train a rat to shit. My 6 year old Granddaughter
    could do a better job. ESAD!!

  • MrSquirrelinator says:

    Okay sorry need to take notes now. 

  • Matchito22 says:

    It took my older Husky FOREVER. I got a new husky only 4 months old, she’s
    learning a lot quicker.. but i felt like she was only listening because of
    the treats.. So I stopped giving her treats while training. She’s to smart
    to train with treats.. shes actually been listening since i stopped giving
    her treats.. 

  • MrSquirrelinator says:

    WOW matt. You’re hot

  • ss2000uk says:

    What kind of dog is Lilly?

  • Lovelindsay4 says:

    This is terrible, she didn’t move becauase you didn’t move! 

  • carlosd08 says:

    Dont train with treats, you should always train with a train collar. The
    problem of training with treats is that your dog is not doing what you want
    because of respect, he is doing so because he wants the reward more than he
    wants to do what you commanded. If you continue with that training a day
    will come than your dog will want the distraction more than the price and
    he will not obey you, I tell you this out of my expercience.

  • carlosd08 says:

    Dont train with treats, you should always train with a train collar. The
    problem of training with treats is that your dog is not doing what you want
    because of respect, he is doing so because he wants the reward more than he
    wants to do what you commanded. If you continue with that training a day
    will come than your dog will want the distraction more than the price and
    he will not obey you, I tell you this out of my expercience.

  • Stavros Bdc says:

    i dont ;p

  • Hatchetnino says:

    I got a 8 week old German Shepherd and i taught him how to sit in 2 days!
    Now im gonna try this.

  • staroveric11 says:

    Dont be rasict !!! :-C

  • mkennedy6405 says:

    Okay, I understand. Personally, if I am at home and not going anywhere, I
    don’t wear shoes just because its more comfortable. If I am going
    somewhere, I put them on. I don’t have anything against someone wearing
    shoes in my house (unless they are muddy or something, obviously) though
    and would never ask guests to remove their shoes. I’m guessing the man in
    this video is wearing shoes in order to look for professional for the
    video.

  • Cameron Macri says:

    helped alot

  • thedawg426 says:

    u should not give your dog a treat every time. All ur gonna have is a fat
    dog that will only do things for treats. The first time u don’t have
    treats; u have to start all over.

  • vincejai says:

    why does that make me ignorant? are you mentally challenged in anyway?
    Answer the question, why do white people wear shoes in the house.

  • vincejai says:

    why do white people wear shoes in the house…

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