1 Clever Trick For Calming Down Over Excited Dogs

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Does your dog get WAY too excited and out of control when he sees something he wants in his environment?  Watch this video to discover a clever trick for how to finally start teaching your dog to calm down on command…

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  1. Lin Bauer says:

    I do very similar actions with my huskyxGSD but I have a treat in my hand, and she will not exit the door until I have given her treat, the door can be open with the other 3 dogs exiting but she will wait but it took my more like 2wks to get her to that level.

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  2. Joanne says:

    Elizabeth you need to read Kathleen Gee’s comments and watch the video again.

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  3. Marilyn says:

    I have a 10 month golden and have used this technique of getting eye contact before ….. Eating or opening the door or any other activity which has helped to focus this very active and crazy puppy

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  4. Helen Taliaferro says:

    I have been using the “watch me” command at front door and it has helped calm my barking dog down. I let the other two dogs out first and make Biscuit watch me and calm down before she goes out. She still runs like the wind after she gets off porch. We still have major issues inside with the barking with Biscuit. I may try the clicker.

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  5. Janet Igo says:

    I have used “Watch Me” or “Face” forever. I have also used the clicker method, which I have found on some dogs it works great but on others, not so much. The problem I am having at the moment is trying to train two dogs at once with no way to seperate them to give them one on one training. I really need to make this work due to my elderly mother in the home and they both need to obey all commands for Service!

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  6. Lily says:

    To Janet Igo: When you described your situation, it sounds so much like mine. My 90 year old mother lives in the house. In addition to the 6 month old male Golden and a 1 yr old female Lab, there are 3 small poodles (11-12 yrs old- 2 four pound; brother and sister, 1 male ten pound) Talk about needing help!! I keep screaming HELPPPPPPPP!!!!

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  7. DEbbie says:

    I’m wondering how to take the lead of my pug puppy so she doesn’t run away from us.x

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  8. Dawn Snyder says:

    I’m working with my dog and she’s working very well with what you have said. Thank you.

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  9. GRACE BUSCH says:

    I have a version for letting them come in where they also have to wait, seated, and without barking before I’ll let them in. It took awhile but it works. They also have learned to sit and wait until I give the command for them to go eat.

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  10. Karen says:

    Chet!! I have so many ‘issues’ with Jet my dog!! I did try this but live in a row of terrace houses, not only does she bark continuously but jumps up and down too once the leash is on it’s a nightmare. Neighbours have complained about her barking and staying at the door until she looks at me is hard my friend! But thank you for sharing the video and I will keep trying to get her attention but sadly for me it’s not working kind regards Karen and Jet

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  11. Maureen Falkingham says:

    Hi Chet,
    Thanks for the e-mail, I am trying very hard to follow your video, but I have a VERY stubborn 9month Jackadoodle pup, she also is still going mental at the door and when anyone comes into the house and has started to jump, it is getting very tedious.

    Regards
    Maureen

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  12. Paula Juvinall says:

    My dog is fine at the door but horrible in the car when we stop somewhere. He wines so bad. He can’t make eye contact thru the sliding van door so this doesn’t work. I open the door and when he whines I close it sometimes taking 20 min for him to calm down. Suggestion?

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  13. Sandra McCord says:

    Hi Chet. My dog is a seven year old rescued Shar Pei. He has improved a lot with us but still a few problems. Certain people he will growl at and won’t go near, will sometimes squabble with our other Shar oei (both guilty of initiating fights) especially over food and separation anxiety when my husband leaves him. He has a few other issues you mention like barging up and down stairs, doors, pulling on lead and not listening. Looking at this list he appears to be a nightmare but he is a lovely dog when he is calm! Is it possible to train him out of these habits? He had a hard life until he came to us and I will admit, he is a bit spoiled. That bit I can fix 😄 thank you

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  14. Karen Schwartz says:

    I have not tried this method. My dogs obey the “wait” command when the door is open. I then step outside and give the release “OK” then they run out. This is more challenging if my male dog sees a cat, squirrel or rabbit out the window first. I need help desensitizing him the these critters.

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  15. Thanks Chet i do this training every time I go out of the door it takes a while but my 2 Jack Russell’s are starting to get the hang of it i also do it when going back in which is easier as they have had their walk and are not as excited

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