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Entries in dog training with distractions (5)

Confidence building around distractions with Zoe the Great Dane mix

Zoe the Great Dane mix and distraction training. Zoe used to react fearfully around various distractions and she would run away from them. Things like vacuum cleaners, trash bags, strangers, various noises would make her act timid. At FINE-TUNED CANINES Board and Train dog training program in Naples, FL, Zoe built her confidence level and social skills. She also learned self-control and obedience skills around various challanges and distractions. www.Fine-tunedCanines.com www.facebook.com/FinetunedCanines

Zoe the Great Dane mix and distraction training at FINE-TUNED CANINES in Naples, Florida from FINE-TUNED CANINES, LLC on Vimeo.

 

 

Training dogs around distractions: vacuum cleaner

This video is about some distraction dog training with 5 dogs and the vacuum cleaner (with Picabu, Piper, Buddy, Shakti and Chopper.) "Place" command and "down", building confidence, desenstizing to various distractions in the environment, confidence building in dogs. Fine-tunedCanines.com

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More amazing dog tricks with Chopper and other dogs (multiple dog training)

Our new trick training movie is here, starring CHOPPER (English Cocker Spaniel - working type), his "big sister" Shakti (Shiloh Shepherd female), and his canine friends Eli, Lucy (both Shiloh Shepherds) and Brodie (Golden Retriever).

The movie includes multiple dog tricks and skills. Turn the sound on. Enjoy and please feel free to share (sharing is caring).

Amazing dog tricks (novice level) with Chopper, English Cocker Spaniel (working/field):

Some of the skills shown in the movie:

  • backing up (1 and 2 dogs),
  • beginning disc dog,
  • come,
  • crawl,
  • doggy push-ups,
  • down, drop it/give it,
  • fetch/take it,
  • get your leash (even with another dog around),
  • hide in a box,
  • hoop jump (or 2),
  • jump over a bar,
  • jump over knee,
  • kennel up/crate (2 dogs at the same time),
  • kisses, peekaboo,
  • circle to my left side,
  • pull on a rope,
  • roll out a carpet with nose,
  • shake hands (both paws),
  • swing to my left side,
  • sit,
  • speak,
  • spin circles (2 dogs spinning),
  • stay,
  • touch target (and surf the internet),
  • touch my hand (both hands),
  • tunnel,
  • walk on a loose leash,
  • walk the (big) dog
  • and more (Chopper doing his "howdy!" trick, jumping over dogs, jumping on my back, walking on his hind legs and displaying some internet skills too...)

Real life distraction training (with Board and Train canine student)

Brodie, the Board and Train canine student, used to pull on a leash and was difficult to control. Here, after working with Lexi and FINE-TUNED CANINES, Brodie walks nicely on a loose leash and remains focused on the trainer even though there are plenty of distractions present. GOOD dog Brodie! You are a FINE-TUNED CANINE! :)