THE HARDEST PULLING DOG IN THE WORLD! (TRAINED)Jun 01, 2021
back back hey whats going on guys tom davis here the canyon educator of america im here at upstate k-9 academy we just got a new dog in he is one of our newest boards and trains and he is a nightmare with the leash he takes his owner everywhere this is going to be his first session from start to finish let's grab him his name is wilson he is a beautiful golden retriever but he doesn't know anything so many of you struggle with how do i get my dog to me pay attention how do i make my dog less stressed less anxious on the leash how do i make my dog walk better and pay attention to the hand leash ok right now let's go in the back let's grab this dog let's start now himself and let's see how he does we're doing alright guys it might get a little rowdy we're going to our kennel and we haven't done it yet haven't touched it yet it's new it just got here so let's get to work like I said guys he doesn't know anything so we're going to start and observe his behavior guys there are two things we're going to work on in this session it's obviously his insanity but he just doesn't care like I don't it mattered, it definitely doesn't. he doesn't care about his owners and this is such a stressful life for a dog that doesn't have any commitment, direction and structure, he's drowning, um, and they just don't have a job and that's not really a good life for any dog ok ok guys so we're out front in our training room now as you can see he's absolutely crazy no direction nothing the reason dogs get like this guys is because there's no reason to that they are not like that. this they don't have a job they don't have direction they don't have a leader so they live their life like this and a lot of dogs struggle with this and you have to get his attention and there's no money if I just let go of the leash he'll just fly away from me so I have to win hi s attention and i want to keep in mind guys he already spent almost a full day at our daycare so its not about exercise because i made sure he went to daycare today and got a good mental physical exercise with all the others puppies um you can see that on our instagram but he's a beautiful dog but he doesn't have any build so obviously he's very strong he's very powerful I'm going to switch to a probably a herm springer 3.0 um I'm going to use the kerrigan because he has a very white fur so that's ok so here's the uh pro the herm springer 3.0.
Prong guys is just getting attention from him. I'm going to start telling you what you know. Hey, pay attention to me. walking this dog with a flat collar or harness, can you imagine putting him in a harness? Ness it would be 10 times worse sit down pay attention that's what I'm doing here guys making sure he did it. You can't get away with it, so we're just going to present one version. This is a very basic leash press but it's going to be dramatic because he didn't have any before ok so we're just going to do a little bit of leash press back and forth with him guys teaching him to go to one side to another and understanding how to close the pressure works out well. good job boy good boy wilson come on good boy ah come on well good boy wilson come on yeah sit down well done awesome guys absolutely amazing leash pressure intro pay attention to me he goes to the end of the leash i say come on unresponsive he gets a daddy y'all saw , hit the end of the leash a few times or before, if you're just
pullingon a leash like this there's no getting your attention, look what you're doing now, look at the engagement, look at the attention I'm getting from him this is a relationship t what dogs need to be mentally stable before he was i just mean you guys so i dont have to explain it to you it was crazy so im teaching him how to heal in a minute I'm going to teach him to come.
I'm going to teach him how to tighten the leash hey man what are you doing pay attention to me and if you look at his body language in this video you will see it he will start licking he is getting nervous he is getting a little stressed and i just want to point out that stress is part of success. Name one thing in life where we really overcome and learn and progress mentally and reach our goals without stress. Stress is part of what we are doing. Observing his behavior, he says: wow, what are we doing? Because, for the first time in his life, he's making someone go, hey, we're going this way, oh, okay, and he's finally going, oh, thank God, and so on over the course of this session, guys, this first intro . session to leash pressure we're going to do some dramatic kthroughs here I'm going to start introducing the heal command and change my verbals but right now just press the leash so when I say something come or heal and he he responds without any pressure that means he captured it that means he learned that means he has the ability to sustainably say okay I'll do this because you said because last time I got in trouble for operant conditioning making sure we say hello dude great job you're doing great today on this heel and this whatever and then also making sure we give him pressure and some kind of consequence good heel good job wilson this is an absolutely perfect heel guys heel so a couple of things What we are going to do in this session is remove the equipment to make sure that they captured it.
I don't want him to just answer to the team. The team will help me teach him what I want him to do. Just like training wheels when you're learning to ride a bike or bumpers when you're bowling. they are j I was there at the beginning to say this is what you can and can't do saves my back saves his throat but making sure he'll do these things without the gear and then we'll also go out there to see how sustainable it is outside to make sure that can pay attention, you're actually capturing these behaviors and we're not just telling you "hey, if you shoot, you're in trouble." What I'm doing guys is I'm just giving him a little bit of pressure like he's
pullinghe's just pushing you back a little bit so when you're wearing the spike collar guys you want to make sure I'm not pulling on the dog pulling the dog is of no use to you i do it i will show a video above you guys can see how to correct the dog correctly and use the spike collar correctly another important thing when introducing any kind of tool to a dog learning something new is that i'm only using the tool maybe a couple of times after i've captured the behavior so as you can see now the extraction has stopped and i don't have to use the rig at all either but it's on just in case Anything happen mate I'm giving him a lot of verbal praise good healing good job good job dude all that stuff and he loves that I mean he's a golden retriever he likes if you look at him all over that for all he cares but i'm not introducing any food yet so now because he's calm he's stable he's starting to say ok this isn't so bad i'll start giving him some sugar on top of the treats guys too many people just thrive bang bang bang bang I'll put a video up there really dissecting more on why you shouldn't use food and treats all the time when you're presenting stuff so I'm going to start repaying you with some food now but i suggest you watch that video if you haven't sat on the heel yet yeah alright sit down alright buddy alright give him a little pay now we're just gonna take the collar off guys let's see where we are alright the spiked collar doesn't have many positive reinforcement, guys, 95 positive reinforcement, they use that five percent positive punishment just to get his attention and just to tell him, man I don't. i think you should be pulling you're really going to hurt my back whatever it is so now i'm going to do some sharper turns here with a distraction wilson heel yeah man good heel good distraction your friend from the kindergarten. wonderful, really, very happy with what he's given me, okay, break with what he's giving me right now, but it's important that you understand that it's not just you, I mean, my job is to teach the dog, okay, this is the do's and don'ts I'll be teaching them that way by sending him home as a more balanced dog but the most important thing for me right now is to look at our relationship it's different he's not just trying to get from a to b and from a to b and b to c and c. for d we're a really hanging out so it improved and changed our relationship with the structure to say hey man pay attention to me I'll give you the things you need um and so on so um now what we go to do is us. he's just going to come out, which will be the final test, we're going to put the spiked collar on him because it's going to be a big distraction for him, but it's reality, so we're going to put the tooth in, we're also going to put the safety clip that you can find our store link in the description below um but if you haven't done me a quick favor like this video yet if you thought this was helpful we'll go out and get to work on the real big test which is if this will work outside in a realistic environment.
I'm not sure because of how badly he was shooting, but let's check it out. I've gone over this in a lot of my videos, but if you're new here, here it is, literally, it's just one clip and then the other. the clip on him, this goes on his leash, okay, and then you should always have a flat collar with your dog's tags. it's such a powerful dog if it explodes into a chipmunk another dog and the spike collar flies off you still got it and it's all good so two quick tests impulse control building structure discipline building hey man pay attention don' Don't be so anxious don't be as impulsive as bam bam bam I'm going to create a threshold check here this is a great exercise for anyone who wants to develop a better relationship with their dog just show them they can not crossing barriers without your permission is one of the best ways to start a good relationship with any dog it's one of the first things we do with our board and trains here i'm going to start that right now i'm going to show you exactly how to do it's super easy but very shocking heel wilson sit good sit ah sit a little pressure good sit good im going to do this again obviously its not where it needs to be let's open this ah sit good sit im going to hold this so you can see the reality of how it works , it's getting up, so this time what I'm going to do is force the signal. when I opened a portal that takes him outside. i'm going to try to leave as much of this as possible i'm going to do this so here's what i would do i say ok let's make sure you're really capturing this i'm going back to the door wilson sit good sit mate ok done ok sitting yea mate we get that absolutely fine sitting mate ok rest now i'll let it slide so that's the important thing guys i say b. reak which is my command to say ok now you can do whatever you want now we have the master portal leading directly outside exactly the same let's see how you do with this can I just say this is going to be really hard for him? so again y'all saw bang he grabbed this he's like he's out he's going to do the same thing out there this portal start your relationship in the morning at night in the afternoon if you let your dog run out the door you will I'm saying I don't care what you want unless it's about you you have to tell the dog to have some kind of behavior some kind of signal to say rest or do whatever you want sit down yeah okay sit down and I'm numbing him the numb process the problem you guys are having is this door that opens the desensitization process it's important what you're having difficulties with guys is me doing this that's one step and then me actually opening the door is the next step so if that's the problem What is having most dogs is I'm going to sit here and open that door and I'm not going to go back across and come back I'm going to open the door 20 times and I'm really going to work on it. or that he has a problem with him good boy ok sit down ok decision you guys saw that hesitancy that was caused by operant conditioning i have i have studied with wolves and coyotes and i have been working with dogs both wild domesticated service dogs training dogs police dogs lo I don't know everything but I really, really do my best to find out why dogs work and what makes them work and I can tell you right now from experience that there's another dog that just walked by a good job.
I can tell you from experience that little like oh shit I don't want to make a mistake he's swayed with correction with positive punishment I gave him a correction with the caller saying he couldn't make that mistake I can tell you I did I tried. i am a dog owner i am a dog lover i have been since i was a little kid i am going to do what works best for the dog as well as the owners that and the clients i work with that little hesitation came from punishing him I'm going, I don't want to get intoproblems i tested the harness and whatever you want the real punishment came from the caller saying hey don't do that and now i have the ability to enforce it so sit back lovely love these little innovative sessions where the dog actually says oh i'm a dog and not some fucking wild beast on a leash yeah dude ok sit down another desensitization pattern i'm actually getting over this is the first session guys we start at three it's 3.26. not allowed to pass without the b-word skip good man, good job, good, you're on your break now.
I'm going to answer a couple of questions I get almost every day about healing, breaking the spike collar and that's when we actually teach the dog to heel and put the spike on. they have to heal all the time absolutely no they don't have to heal all the time if he's at it he's on his break right now he can do whatever he wants he's on his break he earned it he deserves it he's a dog that's but but I want him to just look at his behavior he is on his break and i have given him a chance to say hey i know a dog but just look at his behavior now on his break compared to previous behavior when he was just on a flat collar. no training 26 minutes ago ok guys all alone im excited to share this with you it's something we do here at upstate k9 academy if you haven't done me a big favor yet i put videos up it comes out like this every week subscribe to my channel turn on the notification bell we give you gifts we do all kinds of fun things support the channel by liking subscribing commenting um this is her first session ok break so what we will do in the future is we'll be doing some updates on instagram so make sure you're following both upstate k9 and tom davis accounts but i just wanted to show you guys the process of a green dog coming in with nothing and usually our sessions are half an hour long it's 3: 31 right now, we're going to put them away, we're going to let them rest, and then we'll get back to that later tonight.
I appreciate you guys so much for watching. I really, really do. uh wilson i know he will be such a great dog for his owners. I will talk to you. next time peace give me luck you are so sweet you are so sweet hawk
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