Video Reveals: #1 Mistake To NEVER Make If You Want Your Dog To Come When You Call

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Play the video below to learn how to program your dog to come EVERY time you call him… no matter how distracted he is, or how bad he doesn’t want to come:

Enjoy The Video!

Chet

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  1. sheila says:

    I also want to know how to train a rescue dog. All of my dogs have been rescues and believe me it can be hard to undue the harm that has been done.

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  2. Eileen says:

    I have rescue dogs too and you are so right! They are hard to house train and they are scared to death of humans no matter how much love you give them!

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  3. Jill says:

    This video won’t play even with the latest flash

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  4. Riana says:

    This was very insightful thanks. I live in south Africa and just bought 2 Labrador pups. It is real difficult to watch 2 puppies staying out of trouble. It is my 4th and 5th Labradors.
    I didn’t have a problem with the previous 3 labs because there was older dogs in the house and it seems like THEY trained the pups. But fortunately I had to let go of both my 2 older labs in just a months time and they where so old and sick one had diabetes I did not want to complicate their lives with new puppies.
    So this time the load is all on me. I also don’t believe in screaming or hitting and punishment. Thanks for the great tips
    Love Riana with Shadow and Cuddles only 2 and a half months old.

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  5. Elizabeth Cyran says:

    Oh, I know this, I raised my dog to always get a treat and pets when she was a puppy, she always came as a pup, and now as an adult she won’t come when she’s free to run. So, that didn’t work. Try to give a real tip that will work under these circumstances.

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    Minette Reply:

    Everyone is at a different level of training. Our blog is free, you can search for articles that relate, however, I might suggest this one http://www.thedogtrainingsecret.com/blog/rewarding-lesson-letting-dog-run-free/

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  6. Margarita Atherinos says:

    How can I stop.my Shiu Tsu puppy to stop barking at everyone he sees on our walks thankyou

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    Minette Reply:

    use the search bar at the top of the page to search for barking and then another search for quiet

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  7. Mary Petrakos says:

    My 4 year old Rescue Border Collie won’t take treats to reward. Most tips for training include giving treats. I’ve only had her 7 weeks she had a terrible life at a puppy factory , used for breeding and she is very timid .

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    Minette Reply:

    Read this http://www.thedogtrainingsecret.com/blog/motivate-dogs/

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  8. brandon says:

    hey I got me a roughly 10 week old puppy german shepherd/lab mix and even with treats he doesn’t really come because he doesn’t really understand what it means yet I think. any tips on getting him to come?

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  9. Lori Hade says:

    I wish you would make these available for the iPad. I want to be able to bring the. Keep outside with me and my laptop
    Is so slow. Fix this!!! PLEASE!!!!

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  10. deborah says:

    Video won’t open

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  11. Charles Dell says:

    My little Pom rescue came from a puppy mill raid in TN, after spending 4 years of her life being kept as a bearer of pups in deplorable conditions. She has been loved and cherished for 9 months and still not sociable and fearful of so much including myself. She has softened to my affection somewhat. To undo all that damage can be daunting. I brought her to a training class for 6 sessions, and learned nothing actually. I will take care of her and love her despite all this.

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  12. Tamra says:

    I am thinking of using this for when we get our puppy, but I am wondering.. When you took the puppy to these distracting open places, was the puppy off the leash like your dog is in this video?

    What happens when, in the beginning stages of learning to come when called, he goes too far? Would it still work if you keep him on a leash?

    Thanks

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    Minette Reply:

    I’m a leash lover! Leashes give us control and keep our dogs safe!

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  13. Shay says:

    I just ran into a rescue dog this weekend. Very call and well mannered, I don’t know why some of you are saying negative comments toward rescue dogs

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  14. Dear Chet,

    Help, my husband and I have a Golden Doodle, now 11 months old. We have been unsuccessful in training her. She is so disruptive we were thinking of giving her up. She jumps on us, on anyone coming thru our front door. She just lunges. Walks are out of the question. She is the alpha in our home, we hate it…..please, please how can we stop her from jumping…please help us. Thank You

    Signed, bruised and tired.

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  15. kay says:

    how do you control a very hyper 10 month pug?Plus she is paper trained and I cannot get her to tell when she needs to go out,I will take her out every 2 hours leave her for at least 30 min. and she make a be line to the paper.I even took the paper up and guess what,yep I had a mess on carpet to clean.What do I do?please help me

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    Minette Reply:

    search using the search bar at the top of the page for articles on potty training. I don’t recommend paper training as it is confusing.

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  16. Jean Camp says:

    I cannot activate your video. All I get is a blank black screen. Please advise.

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    Minette Reply:

    Sometimes they don’t work on an ipad etc. if you download firefox, i hear that takes care of the problem

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  17. Pamela says:

    I downloaded several Adobe programs and Firefox. Cannot see this video. Have been able to see a couple of the other ones, but don’t want to buy the upcoming series (that I have already paid for) if I am going to have on going problems. Maybe I should just get the $37.77 DVDs and forget the other.

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    Minette Reply:

    email dana at info@thedogtrainingsecret.com I know our server updated its software and a lot of things had to be reuploaded. I believe the class information and videos except the video vault are all working. She can put you in touch with our IT person

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  18. Deb says:

    just rescued a 1 year old retriever lab mix. OMG i forgot how hard to house train. we will take the dog outside and it will not poop. comes in the house, poops. has peed twice. I took him to the park, took over an hour before he did his business. my husband took him outside one night 45 minutes nothing, comes in house and pees. HELP!!!!

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  19. 2 year old border terrier loves people and hates other dogs. if he gets out of halter he would go after the dogs neck. very scary for both pets. loves his border sister and cat, but out of the house, no way. help.

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    Minette Reply:

    use a muzzle http://www.thedogtrainingsecret.com/blog/love/

    Teach eye contact and focus http://www.thedogtrainingsecret.com/blog/eye-contact-focus-behavior-broken/

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  20. DorothyP says:

    We will receive our new baby Australian Shepherd in 3 weeks. He will be 8 weeks old. Is there a particular order in which you should train behaviors to a new puppy?

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    Minette Reply:

    Just begin by rewarding good behaviors and starting to shape obedience behaviors.

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  21. Peggy keon says:

    My dog is a very small (albs) 4 yr old chihuahua mix, and she is almost perfect. She’s house-trained, she eats well, doesn’t bark less there’s a good reason, doesn’t pee or poop in the house, lets me know when she needs to go out. The only problem is when I call her to Come, she only does so if she wants to but if she’s interested in doing something else, she
    just continues her own project.

    Any suggestions?

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  22. Laurie says:

    The video box is black without anything to click again…this happens on about 50% of the email links I receive from you 😟 I have a new iPhone so I am not sure why won’t work

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    Minette Reply:

    videos are often not compatible with apple… you can email dana at info@thedogtrainingsecret.com to see if she knows a fix.

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  23. Brenda says:

    Yes Sheila. We have our first rescue, and we have sorted all the usual, house training etc, but she is so fearful of other dogs while out walking on the lead, rears up like a young horse, hopefully we think we might be getting there, but you do take on a lot of baggage with a rescue, but what a great thing you have done.

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  24. I’ve always been able to train my dogs responsibly. However I stated only adopting rescues. In Sept I rescued a severely abused full grown shepherd weighing in at 34 lbs.
    Because of abuseive relationship training appears to be punishment. Treats don’t work. Can you help?
    Also we received a GSD puppy that she adores bit now’s beating up my older rescue mini schnauzer. HELP

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  25. Diana Bunyan says:

    Can’t see the video either this time. Will get the CDs but have to wait till money comes in. I have a new Android phone. Thanks, Diana B.

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  26. Teresa says:

    Not just rescue dogs but “re-homed” dogs that were never taught properly. How do you teach a three and a half year old children’s to stay out of your face and but stay on your lap. Every time I push her down out of my face she jumps out of my lap. I am not pushing her hard enough to shove her clear out of my lap ,only removing her from my face,she then jumps down as if to say if she can’t lick my tongue or nostrils she don’t want in my lap??????? I want a lap dog that will lay on my lap and let me love on it, I don’t want t it in my face. HELP.

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    Minette Reply:

    You can’t force dog to like certain kinds of interaction or be a lap dog if they don’t want to be. Some dogs don’t even like petting.

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  27. Teresa says:

    Chiweenie not children’s (auto correct)

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  28. A J says:

    Got It! Thought I knew how to train the third Shih Tzu I have owned, but I was wrong, this little guy is tiny and he thinks he is the boss, thanks to your videos, think we are gong to make it, thanks so much!!!

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  29. Serena Joyce says:

    l have a rescue dog and she is the sweetest most lovable dog I’ve ever had.I’ve always had pure breeds and as wonderful as I thought they were they can’t compare with her as far as being loving and so so sociable. She was potty trained pretty easily too. She was on the streets for about a year and was found on a highway in Puerto Rico. I guess it depends on the dog. My last two were Scotties and one was really hard to train and the other was trained in 2 wks. I feel like she is always saying “thank you” for rescuing me. My Scotties were not kissers but this little one gives kisses so freely. My Scotties didn’t care if I left them home as long as I left them with treats, but my rescue won’t even eat the treats until I come home. She would rather people be with her than get treats. She breaks my heart when I leave, she cries but is still a good girl when left.

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  30. DAW says:

    Our previous dog chewed furniture, literally tore the fabric off a chair and a leather couch. What is the proper way to deal with this behavior while it’s happening? We’re getting a new puppy in a week.

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    Minette Reply:

    Keep it from happening by keeping an eye on your puppy and using a crate when you can’t

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  31. Donna says:

    Everyone please keep in mind that this training is extremely effective when you start with a young puppy, especially an easy to train breed like a golden. This method may not work effectively for all dogs but at least it will do NO HARM and it will help solidify your relationship with your dog. It will not work with dogs that have issues with trust. That is the problem most of you with rescue dogs have. These dogs have trust issues, and without trust there is no effective learning. Would you be able to learn algebra from a person that scares you and you don’t trust? Or in an environment you didn’t trust? (think dark alley or a bar with 10 angry fighting men) You would be too distracted to really concentrate on algebra.
    The other issue is the language barrier. Dogs communicate with body language and we communicate with words. We have to teach dogs that words are important regardless of our body language. I like to tell my students that we are not teaching sit, down, come because dogs already know HOW to sit, down and move in our direction. What we are teaching is them is ENGLISH. Once they understand the English words for sit, down, come, then its your RELATIONSHIP with your dog that determines if they will do as you ask. This method of teaching the word COME helps with your relationship but its not the be all end all if your relationship in other areas is damaged.

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  32. Linda says:

    This video will not play for me???

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  33. Linda says:

    As a puppy I always treated my dog when I called him and he came back to me, unfortunately he has a very high prey drive, once he gets the scent of a squirrel, rabbit etc you could have a plate of roast chicken on the floor and he would not be interested in it. How do I get him out of a high prey drive?

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