Dog training videos

Dog training should start as soon as you get the puppy home, which is usually around the time they are around 8 weeks old. Puppies have a short attention span at this age, but they are capable of learning basic commands like sit, down, and stay. These are easy commands to start out with for both you and the puppy, they also build a foundation for more advanced training. In this dog training videos section you will find free videos from professional trainers that are simply explained and have demonstrations that make your own dog training easy. If you find books boring, sit back and relax while watching dog training videos instead

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Dog training videos

The dog training videos hub is broken down into multiple sections for easy browsing, starting off with the top 10 YouTube dog training channels that you should subscribe to so you can stay updated on new dog training tips and tricks. The first step on the journey is potty training the puppy, closely followed by the very important step of how to socialize a puppy, which you need to get started on a couple of days after your new puppy has settled in your home. Now you want to be able to get your dogs attention whenever you need to, which in return will make the steps teaching dogs basic commands and leash walk training easier

Dog training and issues

Training your dog is a neverending story, but once both of you have mastered the basics, the foundation for further training is set. Consistent reward-based training is required to keep the dog obedient after the puppy stage and throughout its life. Puppies are dependent and afraid to lose you, hence their usually strong obedience, but once they start to mature and become independent, they may start ignoring you and going their own way if there is nothing in it for them to do as you say. Below are more dog training videos and videos that address various issues and problems you most likely will encounter with your companion

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