Come When Called 1: Puppy Basics | Teacher’s Pet With Victoria Stilwell

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Dylan learns the first stages of coming when called, a basic but mandatory cue for any dog. Victoria explains why it’s important to make it a game and not be boring. She also covers common mistakes that people make when teaching dogs recall.

In Teacher’s Pet, Victoria Stilwell shows you how to employ her Positively Method to train your dog the right way, growing your level of communication to strengthen the bond between you and your pet.

Have a question for Victoria? She’ll be checking in regularly, so be sure to leave your comments and questions below.

Victoria Stilwell is widely known as a dog trainer, author, and television presenter. Stilwell served as a judge on the CBS show Greatest American Dog and is best known as the host of the Animal Planet dog training TV show It’s Me or the Dog, where she counsels families with problem pets and solves their dogs’ behavior problems. In 2010, she launched Positively, the world’s first global network of hand-picked world-class dog trainers dedicated to providing the public a brand name they can trust in humane, force-free training.

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Comments

Michaela Gurska says:

I honestly give up on my puppy now. I have a 5 months old male stafford.
Whenever I call his name he comes to me only because he because he knows I
have a treat. The second he realises I haven’t got anymore treats he stops
and walks away. We have been trying the treat method since we have him but
it doesn’t work on him. He doesn’t listen to me at all when we’re outside &
keeps jumping on people and runs after other dogs. I do tend to shout at
him a lot & give him a little smack on the bum. But thats the only thing
that seems to work for him to have a little respect for me. He also bites
me out of nowhere for no reason. I walk him a alot at least 4 times a
day(20-30 min) so he’s not bored. ahhhh my puppy must be from another
friggin planet helppp

Flydrop says:

what breed is dykan and can i have it in a apartmrnt dylan is georgeus

SK8BANDANA says:

Fuckin shit tips, is what the title of these series should be called. 

ZachBlogs says:

this video needs an annotation at the end for the link. somebody forgot it

Andrew James says:

My damn dog doesn’t know the difference between come and cum – last time he
made a right bloody mess!

Dhyani Chudasama says:

Please please please I really really want to know what breed Dylan is

thewizardofrhythm says:

I’d cum if she called me. GIGGITY GIGGITY, GIGGITY GOO.

TheJMan211 says:

Wow…how unhelpful

Jess Nelson says:

I love dog’s 

Taylor Taylors says:

When you want your dog to come to you, do you use the words “come here” or
the dog’s name? Which one will the dog associate the action with? Which one
is better? 

Stella Capolicchio says:

What kind is that?

Nicholas Williams says:

I give my adult beagle american cheese to make him come, he loves it.

Julie T. Riley says:

It’s absolutely shameful whenever your puppy keeps jumping up on people.

Drakenknight says:

No cesar Milan is

Natalie G says:

Does this also work on guys.

Keepin Up With Jay says:

what breed is ur cute puupie dylan

Adrienne Wagner says:

this is great! except your puppy comes to you already. my puppy is super
shy and timid, she runs away from me when I call her even though I reward
her with a “good girl” and a treat or her favorite toy. this scares me and
I’m not sure what to do

Paul Fox says:

Your the bast puppy tainer

Rose Fernandes says:

What breed is that because he,s so cute

Frederickdawg says:

Speaks logic, nice.

Patrick Jansen says:

all theory. with puppies it might work but i got a smart 8y old beagle, as
soon as i call him he’ll look at me and will try to figure out what i got
for him (food), if he makes the conclusion i got nothing he’ll ignore me
and goes back to his own usual business

khalid dirie says:
HannahsLife_ 11 says:

Dylan is probably the cutest dog I have ever seen xxx 

Snug The Shug says:

Great tips learned a lot when our puppy was new and it worked great.

Supreme Dalek says:

This really worked. Thanks a lot!

Miranda Armstrong says:

Yes. I was curious what breed Dylon was too. My puppy looks just like him.
I know he has a lot of lab in him. Thank you .please let us know :-)

Daisy Fuentes says:

this is really good ideas

stratocaster539 says:

He looks like a Lab with a bit of Border.

gregor gjerek says:

I buy my new dog the sem pet

khalid dirie says:

What breed is he because he seems smart

ghayath2011 says:

great tips

FeelTheViBeZz says:

What breed is Dylan

Sarah Brooks says:

We’ve just adopted a rescue dog, we don’t know his proper name, but we’ve
called him Sonny. We don’t know his age either. He’s responding to Sonny,
but being a Dachshund cross Jack Russel he has his hunting head on every
time we go out. When he’s out on a long leash or free in the garden, he
doesn’t respond when he’s in hunting mode. When he’s close to us he’s great
or when we’ve got his favorite toy or treat he’ll respond…I was able to
get him to sit on a loose lead 5 times in a row in an open space on a loose
lead so he’s an intelligent dog. I was just wondering what is the best way
to teach a dog who’s just learning his new name, in a new environment with
new people, although we’ve had him for a week and 1 day lol 🙂 Early Xmas
prezzie for us. He’s perfect in every way though. He goes to bed at night
and stays there all night, if you put our food in front he’ll not touch it
untill we say ok 🙂 He’s super, just that one little but where he pulls in
excitement, which he is getting much better at. My question is, how do we
get him to come in an open space, with a long lead, with his hunting head
on?

Many thanks

Sarah 

Anna Wilson says:

Hey look, she has a whole youtube series! Awsome, I’m also going to watch
some of it. But start with videos about puppies. 🙂

Come When Called 1: Puppy Basics | Teacher’s Pet With Victoria Stilwell

ForDogTrainers - Dog Portal says:
flukeman022 says:

Victoria Stilwell says don’t adopt a puppy under 7 weeks old because they
need the socializing from other litters and the mother. Research the
breeders or you could end making a mistake getting from a puppy mill.

Legoboy6562 says:

Ive tried it but it doesnt work my puppy just looks at me

hellokittyjuicy101 says:

it did help she has already learned how to sit very easily! she is doing
great!!! thx!!

Pixel Art says:

If it could care less, then that means it still cares

nasro john says:

this dog is so cute 🙂

Kelly Dawes says:

Hi people, If you are like me and had trouble getting your dog to bhave
then let me tell you about a site which helped me loads in getting my
minnie to bahave. onlinedogtraining.us, they have loads of step by step
videos for you to watch/learn.. such an invaluable site to me now.

LocoCocoMoco34 says:

What type of dog is Dylan?

miah dugan says:

I think he is a puggle! Pug+Beagle. Look it up.

peppercarnage says:

a little OT but do you guys know why dogs often respond so well to a
whistle as your recall cue (as opposed to a word)? my family spent loads of
time teaching my poodle recall with ‘come’ as the cue word, but he was
always a little lackluster coming back to us. but one time i just decided
to start whistling for him instead, and he learned it as the cue for recall
without me even doing anything special. he picked it up as if it were
simply natural. it’s always been a little mysterious to me.

MrRasorci1 says:

What is breed is Dylan?

aannamarie009 says:

what type of breed is dylan? im trying to find out what breed my dog is and
dylan looks like the same breed as mine.

ITYbeautiful says:

I’m getting my puppy in a few weeks time and these videos are so helpful!
I’ve looked at so many different training videos but these ones make so
much sense, by far the best I’ve seen. Thanks Victoria! You’re brilliant 🙂

henryzetabluewolf says:

my cousin has a stubborn dog he is a mix of a jack Russel terrier and a
Chihuahua he bites a lot barks a lot at the door he is about 3-4 years old
i think and doesn’t know any, sorry if i am referring this wrong, tricks
and wont give time and patience to learn can you help

MegaNeonKitty says:

That dog killed me <33

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