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37 Responses to Police dog training – Get him to stop on a dime.

  • Fred Hassen says:

    For those uninformed about adjustability on our remote collar…..we have a
    video on it on our other channel sitmeanssitmedia

  • Billy Been says:

    Why is the dog moving its head about like that when he blows the whistle on
    the tray ? 

  • Puddles79912 says:

    What is that toy in the shepard’smouth? 

  • Trey Da Trainer says:

    If you get the dog to stay still with the Thunder 100, which simulates a
    shotgun sound, he will have no problem with other sorts of gunfire. 

  • Kawaii Potato says:

    Police dog training – Get him to stop on a dime.:

  • K9 forever says:

    are you for real this does not show anything , one your dog did not run a
    strait line , two you what the f #@K is the whistle for dogs have really
    great hearing , all you needed to do is ask the dog to wait use your voice.
    commands . And oh ya he did not stop on a dime . can you train pot belly

  • Karlie Peterson says:

    @ Grejegando- I know it seems like a lot is asked of this dog, but I’ve
    been interested in training for IPO myself, they definately don’t get to
    this level of training overnight, and this type of training you can NOT do
    if the dog doesn’t like to play, thats mainly how you train these
    behaviors, you get them very excited and then ask them to do something for
    the reward they are so excited about- its known in trainer terms as
    “capping” and gets the dog to put all the drive they have for the toy into
    performing a command, then hes allowed to get the reward, or asked to
    return to the handler (which has been associated with yet another high
    value reward) so he comes back quickly, the only time I correct my dog at
    all is if I ask him to do something I am posotive he knows how to do, and
    he refuses to do it, shaping a new behavior is usually done with baby steps
    and lots of posotive reinforcement.
    I have a lab/pit, and he bahaves better than most children, but he is far
    from a robot, he sleeps with me on the bed, is allowed on the couch, and
    constantly bring toys to me so I can play with him, having him as well
    behaved as he is allows me to do more with him, I’d like to join a club
    that focuses on this type of training, and I know my rescue dog will be
    lucky if I do, how many dog owners take their dogs anywhere at least once a
    week just to play with them (which is how they see it), then come home and
    devote even more time to training (playing) even multiple times daily, as
    far as food goes, if you leave food out 24/7 your pup is more prone to
    getting overweight, which causes a lot of problems, joint issues, low
    endurance levels, exc. So, yes I tell my dog when and how much to eat, but
    hes healthier than I am, and probably eats better than both of us (hes on a
    raw diet, as in if I took food out of his bowl and cooked it I could eat
    it) so thats not something you want sitting out 24/7. I’m not trying to be
    rude to anyone, but this dog has had more time,work, play, and concern for
    its health devoted to it at its young age than a LOT of animals see in
    their entire lives

  • Vladimir Dravinski says:

    +1595pie No it doesn’t it’s a plant, you grow it pick the buds off when its
    time to harvest, dry them out and smoke it there is no carcinogens except
    those produced by putting flame to plant matter, the same would be as
    saying grass from the front lawn is carcinogenic, yes, because it is on
    fire and we’re not designed to inhale smoke at all.
    But since there is burning involved that produces carinogens.
    If you vaporize weed then there is 100% no harm the only harm is the
    burning im telling you watch documentaries man open your mind don’t think
    weed is so bad
    5,000 people a year in the US die from caffeine
    8,000 people a year in the US die from over the counter medicines like
    30,000 people a year in the US die in car accidents
    85,000 people a year in the US die from prescription drugs
    100,000 people a year in the US die directly from alcohol
    500,000 people a year in the US die directly from tobacco
    How many do you think die from marijuana worldwide per year?

  • K9 forever says:

    Hay Fred Hassen this great that you show us the result of your work with
    your dog but it would be more helpful to see how to get to this point with
    any dog. Dogs do not fail owner fail the dog Thanks

  • Grejegando says:

    What a horrible life having someone ordering you to run, attack, eat, jump,
    sit, stay alert and watchful, etc. Can’t human beings just stop wanting to
    own and control everything and everyone around them and let this dog live
    like a dog instead of turning him into a robot!

  • Bsn8810500 says:

    greg is correct

  • 1595pie says:

    Wrong, weed is much more carcinogenic that cigarettes

  • allenderjj says:

    Great explanation..

  • Blu Winter says:

    This dog appears to have a very high desire to do this kind of work. Isn’t
    it sad you cant see this?

  • Andrew H says:

    is this referring to another video? I can’t see any ecollar (looks like a
    regular one to me?), and i can’t see the dog getting shocked either?

  • mazzo1214 says:

    thats awesome, i wish i could train with you guys

  • TheGoldenDunsparce says:

    Are you talking about this dog? I don’t see him shocking the dog or
    anything. He’s only using the board as a marker for the dog to stop and
    blowing a whistle to give the commands…

  • LogoTanFlip says:

    My dog is a 120lb pit bull/ golden retriever, can it protect me? he is
    INCREDIBLY strong for his size. believe it or not he can detect a threat.
    For example: one time, someone robbed (or a failed attempt at a robbery)
    and couldn’t get past the drive way cause my dog scared him away. not like
    “Oh, that’s a big dog, better not go over there.” More like, “OH SHIT! That
    dog just broke his chain! RUN RUN RUN!” Would my dog protect me?

  • MyMusicTwo says:

    Beautiful dog. It’s nice to watch your videos Fred. Keep it up!

  • erikeetparakeet says:

    “So many aspects of training”… hurting a dog who just wants to work for
    his owner and learn. That’s the only aspect I see at work here. If this dog
    was well trained, a shock collar would not be necessary.

  • Andro V says:

    this video is just showing off, it doesnt tell a thing how to teach the dog
    to do this…

  • reggie orr says:

    Thank you

  • Laaberia Maplace says:

    Thanks for the informative video. I would like to know, what do you leave
    behind that the dog actually smells to be able to track a you. “After you
    stop food or treat”.

    Thanks a lot.

  • Gabby Truffin says:

    As soon as you said the word “food”, my malinois perked up, looked at my
    computer, and tilted his head to the side. I don’t think you have to ask
    him twice if he likes food! lol Thank you for the video! I can’t wait to
    start training him!

  • spencer middleton says:

    Wow I never knew it was so simple

  • Anwar Jahid says:

    how are you , If anyone else is Searching the top hints for training their
    dog try banfan turbo dog trainer (should be on google have a look)? Ive
    heard some pretty good things about it and my father got amazing success
    with it. 

  • benny rosado says:

    well explained!!!

  • will8675 says:

    @unityspirit51 except love… we force feed love shoved down her throat
    into her heart… it comes after the beef but before the oats and vitamins.

  • will8675 says:

    my dog dosen’t like food 🙁

  • tid100 says:

    What if it’s concrete then i stamp??

  • 2012PhillyPhan says:

    Awesome shit

  • jennifer n says:

    hmmmm cant watch

  • Randall Wall says:

    Thanks! here in Sandy Utah and was wondering how to start training our 5
    month old Dutch shepherd..:)

  • ladyofthewild says:

    Thank you very much for sharing this. We have a German Shepherd pup that we
    are training to search. I was just wondering if I lay all the tracks, will
    he be trained to only track me and how do I get him to search for / track
    other people?

  • 99scorpion00 says:

    Awesome thanks

  • rick sherry says:

    .be/058tSeNyH6M add a w.youtu

  • rvngizswt says:

    @Arian861 Then you cry.


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