By Toni Drugmand as part of the e-How video series Dogs are prey animals. This means their natural instincts are to chase things that run and make noise. Some dogs will react to dogs and other animals on the television as if they’re real. The dog’s instinct may be to try to stop the animals […]
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How to Teach a Dog Frisbee — powered by ehow To read the accompanying article click HERE
How to Make a Dog Stop Growling at the TV When Dogs or Horses Are on It — powered by ehow To read accompanying article click HERE
How to Train Your Dog to Count — powered by ehow To read the accompanying article click HERE
Training Assistance Dogs — powered by ehow To read accompanying article click HERE
Toni with Jessi Colter’s Red Fox Lab, Cowgirl, at Paradise Valley Mall showing the step by step process of teaching the Under command. Under is very useful because it allows you to go out in public with your dog but have him/her tucked safely out of the way where he can’t be tripped over or […]
Toni shows Place and Directional work with Wally.
Toni shows how to teach a very young puppy (3 month old) a “come” and “place”.
Toni and Wally demonstrating how to play safely with your dog. Do Not Play Tug-O-War with your dog. Dogs Don’t Like Hugs and Kisses! For tips on dog safety during the holidays, click here. Filmed at Pomeroy Elementary Harvest Festival November 2010
Fred Hassen of Sit Means Sit Dog Training explains in this video how to get your dog much better by not using the command ‘Stay’. Fred explains that ‘Sit Means Sit’ and it makes dog training much clearer.