How To Train Your Dog What’s “Off Limits” So He Stays Out Of Trouble

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puppy training, begging dog video

 

NOTE: If you have not yet downloaded the free report, Off Limits Training that I reference in the video, please click on the image of the report to download it now.

 

The training video with the Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy above was designed for you to watch AFTER reading my special report.  So if you have not yet read through it, please do so now, because the course mentioned in this video has been released.

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Then go and USE this technique on your dog and report back!  I’m excited to see how this can start to change how compliant your dog is in your life.

Stay tuned for another great video in a few days!

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  1. Linda says:

    OK, Chet,

    I have to say I love your videos, they are chock full of a wealth of information and I am chomping at the proverbial bit to start working these techniques into our hectic lives.

    I have three dogs though and each of them has an annoying, angering, or disgusting habit. Older dog, 10+ years (a shepherd/rottweiler mix): eats from the cat box, YUCK; Staffordhire 1 year old puppy: Kills my potted plants, even drug my baby lemon tree around the yard (I was pretty mad about that one); Shepherd/Collie mix, 5 years old, digs canyons in my yard, dug up my subsurface grass watering system (I’m top sprinklering now until I can fix this problem).

    HELP!!!!

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  2. Grace says:

    I love ur video however I have a 6 yr old Italian greyhound that is very very quick now stealing food. Any help for this?

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  3. Crystal says:

    Very much looking forward to start applying these tips plus your other videos for my toddler and schnauzers!!

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  4. Robin says:

    Love your videos and that you apply a lot of common sense theories into the training. I have 2 pitbull mixes, 7 & 3 yrs old. The older is male and behaves amazingly well at home. On walks and in the car are a different story. He whines and cries no matter what I have tried. Any suggestions? The younger female is my problem child, and I chalk this up to the inconsistencies she gets from my 15 yr old, stubborn daughter who babies her and lets her get away with all the problem behaviors I disagree with such as over-excited jumping on guests, (most intensely my daughter) pushing past to get in or out of gates and doors, pulling on walks and intense behavior when strange dogs approach. I won’t even begin to tell you about her out of control prey drive! I know you can’t do much about my daughter’s bad influences but what are your suggestions for the approach I should take with the above? Sorry, I know it’s a lot. Thanks and keep up the good work!

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  5. Cathy says:

    This looks exciting to me. My chi just turned 1 yr old. I’m going to try this plate thing and a few more. She’s only barked a couple of times when ppl have call me over. She only barks outside if she’s scared. Unfortunately, on my income, I have to live in HUD Housing and you can never go out with no distractions. She’s barking, pulling on her leash, not going to potty! Then, of course, going it inside. I’m trying to train her to a pad but she doesn’t get it. She doesn’t get that if she REALLY has to go she can go on a pad. She always does it where I will see it. She’s a toy Chi. If you have any tips, please let me know. How do I get her to quit whining when my daughter in law leaves? I have a pretty good little dog and I want to help her to be better. She doesn’t obey me when I go and stay with them, either. Their dogs are extremely spoiled. A Great Dane and chiweenie!

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