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Best Dog Training Video Ever!  -  11 week old trained German Shepherd puppies!

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35 Responses to How To Train Your Dog: “Come Here!” PERFECTLY!!!

  • Brenda Haggai says:

    Here! Here! Maaaaalcoolm! Here! Coooooookieeeees!
    Malcolm! Get over here! Malcolm. Malcolm. MALLLLL-COLLMMMMMM!
    damn dog. somebody get me my keys and a leash; he’s gone.

  • DrDemonology says:

    can you make a video how to teach a siberian husky how to howl?

  • John Doe says:

    lets say i’m getting a puppy, should i start training him this when he is
    still a puppy or do i have to wait for him to reach adulthood?

  • Jolielive says:

    What brand treats do you use?

  • Davey Ankersmit says:

    Hi, what age do you think I can start practicing this?

  • Toby dog says:

    my dog knows what i am trying to tell him to do but he still purposely does
    not do it.

    how do i fix this.

  • Finnian McCann says:

    i bet your dog loves it when you make a video

  • UriYeS says:

    awesome videos!
    i have one quick question….for now. LOL, after you’ve,,,i guess you can
    say, successfully and perfectly trained your dog a trick, do you still have
    to reward them (with a treat or something they like, like fetch) often, or
    sometimes, to keep encouraging the behavior? 

  • Mostafa Hendawy says:

    If I train my dog to walk well on the leash, If I ask him to pull me
    sometimes when am on rollerblades, am I confusing them. or can they
    differentiate between when am walking and when am on skates and different
    behavior associated with either? Or shall I just train him to keep a loose
    leash even on a skating speedy pace? so loose leash in all situations?!
    Thanks for your videos and training instructions. Keep them coming man.

  • The Wolf Leader says:

    Make a, “How to let your dog loose and that he/she doesn’t run away” (The
    dog stays around you like 5 meters)

  • tambo kekoy says:

    +brian *Do you want a happy healthy dog who behaves? Of course! With this
    blog, your dog will do everything you say and you will both have tons of
    fun!*

  • Precious Anne Carandang says:

    It didi’nt work….. :(

  • robultz says:

    Whenever I try to train my puppies they always start to play with each
    other . should I separate them when training or keep them together. Also
    should I stop them from biting each other because I’m not sure if there
    playing or not.

  • India Richardson says:

    My dog loves treats so much that he won’t do the toy tricks? Do have any
    idea how to make him do them.

  • Mau Aensland says:

    you know!? while i can’t say your vids are a complete piece of useless
    crap, there is one thing (on behalf of everybody) i’d love, want and need
    to ask you; COULD YOU PLEASE PUT YOUR STUPID UGLY AND DISGUTING FACE AWAY
    FROM THE CAMERA!? come on man you can say all the bullshit you want without
    getting your face any close to the camera! it’s so gross when the first
    thing that shows up in every single one of your vids is your fucking
    repugnant and so unpleasant to look at face! use a microphone or something!
    but please do us this kindly favor! in fact if it’s possible shut down all
    channels and sites you’ve ever made and start again! but please… GET YOUR
    AWFUL REVOLTING FACE AWAY FROM THE CAMERA ALL THE TIME!

  • Cookie Boy 965 Gaming says:

    Do something on how to let your dog off leash so that they won’t run away
    or leave you

  • 911ambulancegirl says:

    This is definately NOT the best dog training video ever. My dog watched it
    four times and she STILL won’t sit.

  • Angela McCall says:

    This is AMAZING!!! <3

    This is Thinschmidt German Shepherd Kennel in Corona, CA. Where is Corona?
    Anyway, I've googled where this at exactly, located in Southern California,
    up in the hills. Anyhoo, I've watched their video and see how they train
    their puppies at such a young age, between 5-10 weeks. And the kennel
    doesn't release their dogs to new owners till they are 10 weeks old. While
    the puppies are in the kennel, they keep training them. 40-years experience
    training dogs. I'm pretty impress. This is SUPER AMAZING!!!!!!!!! 😀

    Best Dog Training Video Ever! - 11 week old trained German Shepherd puppies!
    

  • Llama Pants says:

    Oh my gosh they are so cute, their chunky paws!!!!! I cant even.

  • Rostam Sarvestani says:

    A CLOCKWORK ORANGE: DOG EDITION

  • Petco says:

    These pups are so adorable. Great channel!

  • Lup Domnitor says:

    My bf is going to let me have a GSD as soon as we get a big enough
    apartment with a yard or dog park =D he says I should only get a puppy and
    let it get use to me but I want a full grown and to get it from a rescue or
    shelter so I save a dog with no home and give it a home. I don’t want to
    deal with a puppy they are too energetic and need more attention than a
    full grown. What do you guys think?

  • Dog Training says:

    *yes very good*

  • bommmmmmmm says:

    Advice needed.
    We have a 2yr old male German Sheppard. We are responsible dog owners and
    he has been brought up in a good environment. He is playful and gentle in
    nature, ok with kids, people and most other dogs but we have one serious
    problem. If he see’s a child on a scooter he gets very aggressive, it’s not
    bikes or children on their own – just scooters. We avoid letting him off
    the lead in parks because of this but recently got caught out when a child
    came out of nowhere on one. He rushed over barking, jumped up and with his
    mouth clamped on to the child’s arm & spun him round like a rag doll – I
    had to pull him off the child. Although the child was not physically
    injured it was a terrifying experience for him and left me feeling awful
    about that. My worry is even when the child dropped the scooter and moved
    away it did not stop his aggression until I pulled him off. This must never
    happen again. I must point out again the dog has been brought up in a
    responsible way. It is only with a scooter he has this problem. Can anybody
    offer any advice as we do not know why this is happening. 

  • Lynne Jones says:

    sort of reminds me of clock work orange.. not sure I like this method.

  • The Right Award says:

    We purchased our puppy about 4 years ago from your kennel. Kizer Starbird
    is still very well behaved and still is trained in protection and scent
    work. He is not afraid of anything and will do anything to protect the
    family if needed.

  • jeredsyn1964 says:

    Hold the dog on a leash while children circle you both on scooters until he
    accepts it.

  • Free Dog Training Tips says:

    Thank you for this great video. Your dogs are so happy, beautiful and well
    taken care of. God Bless.

  • Collin Hill says:

    How much are those puppies?

  • Jordon Boring says:

    hahaha petco ohhh you.

  • Okie Prepper says:

    great video

  • MrHighroller420 says:

    k this aint no titanic replay whats with palying the song ? dog video not a
    fucking kate winslet and Leonardo thing

  • pntdblack says:

    They take better care of these puppys then most people take care of their
    kids! What are the price ranges of these pups?

  • Mr.Sickboy says:

    Omg theses dogs are so cute I can’t even watch it XD

  • Wayne Traff says:

    Hey! Have you considered – Burdan Gifted Canine Expert (google it)? I’ve
    heard some awesome things about it and my friend got amazing results with
    it.

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