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Learn To Train The Good Dog Way: The Walk – Dog Training tips!



So here’s our latest do-it-yourself video. In this clip we cover the walk, how we go about creating it, as well as discussing many of its benefits. Simple, easy to follow and implementable stuff that can absolutely change your dog and your relationship!

Renowned dog trainer Sean O’Shea, owner of The Good Dog Training And Rehabilitation, provides In-home dog training as well as Board and Train services in Los Angeles, California, and New Orleans, Louisiana. Sean is expert at confidently resolving bad dog behavior such as: dog aggression, human aggression, resource guarding, separation anxiety, fear, anxiety, leash aggression, leash reactivity, pulling on leash, jumping on people, counter surfing, stealing food, chewing, home destruction, barking, running away, growling, biting, cat aggression, and cat killing. Obedience training commands used are: “heel”, “sit/stay”, “down/stay”, “come”, “no”, “yes”, “good”, “okay” and the “place” command. Sean’s behavior modification program is performed with the application of low-level, e-collar, off-leash, advanced obedience training.

Sean O’Shea is internationally-recognized as a leading dog behavior expert, specializing in aggressive dog training and rehabilitation. In 2013, Sean was personally hired by Cesar Millan (The “Dog Whisperer”) to teach and train students alongside Cesar for his highly-acclaimed seminar Training Cesar’s Way in Santa Clarita, California. Sean is a regular guest on Jeff Gellman’s widely-heard and highly rated dog training radio show “What Would Jeff Do?”. Sean authors the compelling and popular dog training blog “The Good Dog Life Blog”. In an effort to increase dog adoptability, Sean trains dedicated animal rescue workers, and shelter workers how to more successfully rehabilitate shelter dogs.

Sean is passionate about co-hosting the T3: Train The Trainers program offered in the United States to train other dog trainers. Both Sean, and Jeff Gellman of Solid K9 Training work closely with students to teach their unique approach, techniques, and philosophy of effective dog training.

T3 | Train The Trainers Launch seminar, taught by Sean O’Shea and Jeff Gellman, is a dog training seminar for those who want to start a career in dog training, or want to further their dog training career – it is possible to make money as a dog trainer, find the best clients for you, and create the best dog training business model for your lifestyle. Change your Dog, Change your Business, Change your Life!

If you’re looking for more in-depth help with your dog’s issues or training we’re excited to announce our first DOG TRAINING DVD “Learn to Train The Good Dog Way: The Foundation”.

This comprehensive dog training training video program also includes a step-by-step instructional PDF with a 2-week training schedule to reboot and completely transform your dog, in-depth training philosophies, dog training tips, insights from Sean, etc!

The Good Dog Training And Rehabilitation services New Orleans in the following areas: Marigny, Bywater, Metairie, Baton Rouge, Mandeville, Slidell, Kenner, Estelle, Harahan, Marrero, LaPlace, and Lacombe. As well as the greater Los Angeles, California San Fernando Valley area, the beach cities (Hermosa, Redondo, Santa Monica, Venice, Malibu), Santa Clarita, Valencia, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, Westlake, Simi Valley, and Thousand Oaks.

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20 comments

  1. sandra Schoenlien

    so appreciate your emphasis on the relationship and emotional connection with Charlie/ your dog. After 10 months into a dog training course, I am stunned by what a difference the correct tools, focus, patience, consistency, caring and knowing your dog can make in all the lives involved. Thank you for what you do and your calming approach.

  2. Luis G. Blodgett

    It has given me a whole new set of ways to treat and teach my dog  some basic stuff that for sure will make our cohabitation a little happier for all. I learned a lot like how to know the personality of my dog, as the positive and negative reinforcement work and how they affect directly in its development of personality. https://plus.google.com/b/107951927709284858616/107951927709284858616/posts/RSQwUk6RBv2

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  5. NetSurfingNightOwl

    People who use prong collars should wear a prong collar themselves just to know what it feels like. You can't tell me that is just "uncomfortable", those things must hurt.

  6. Rajesh M Shekatkar

    Sir, Can I put on prong collar 24 x 7 ? Because my dog is not ready to put on it again. Whether it is harmful ?

  7. I mean the prong collar does works when you are alone in the streets what about when you're around other dogs ?

  8. Marianne Iwanski

    Sean, I've only been watching your videos for a couple of weeks. I've seen others who have basically the same or similar behavior training techniques, but for me, you are so much easier to listen to. Maybe because you seem to be a tad lower key and calmer. In one video you said to imagine the way George Jefferson walked, so I have started channeling my inner George Jefferson. It has made a difference, as comical as it sounds.My husband and I got a young adult Boxer from a rescue with very little info about her background except that she was tied out 24/7. So no manners, no socialization, and very "bratty". She had not yet become ultra aggressive, but I could see her heading that way, so I contacted the rescue with the intention of giving her back, but they offered to pay for a few sessions of professional behavior training, so we agreed to stick with it a while longer. The trainer uses a prong collar, but I think in the wrong way. So I listened to Jeff Gellman, then you (Jeff mentioned you in one of the videos he made).The walk has become so much easier, and her other behavior issues (bullying, aggression, jumping) are easier to address because of the walks. Incredible how such a simple thing has such an impact. I finally have been able to understand my role much better. Thank you.

  9. Loving all your videos Can you make a video of training two big dogs or multiple to walk calmly together ? ThAnk you so much for being so generous with your work!

  10. great job, Charlie! excellent demo of light prong collar work!

  11. This is awesome Sean!

  12. ever tried this with a hyper 150lb Great Dane?

  13. Is there an update video on Charlie? This was posted almost 2 years ago. How's Charlie doing today?

  14. +TheGoodDogTraining                                                                                                       These videos are helping me train my dog, 1 year old, lab retriever mix. Sincere thanks

  15. I have two great dogs who were trained when they were puppies and I can't even imagine them being disobedient or aggressive. My Pitts love people and other animals and love to wag their tails. It is soooooooooooo important to properly TRAIN AND SOCIALIZE YOUR DOG AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE!

  16. I am wondering if you can post some information on what to do about a chihuahua that is very hard to walk. She is distracted most of the walk and becomes very very aggressive and out of control when she sees another dog. Having her on a harness does no good; she viciously bites and snaps anything or anyone that comes near her while she's out of control. We are using a Gentle Leader with her now, but she hates it and sometimes completely refuses to walk on it and pees in the house because she won't relieve herself while outside. Do we need a different collar? She has such a tiny fragile neck that it hurts her to use a neck collar. Hoping you can help. Thanks.

  17. Mary Ann Curtis

    Thank  you, Sean. I love the way you teach. I fell off the 'teaching/learning better dog walking techniques' wagon over the winter but this video reminds me to jump back on.

  18. I started using this pop technique last night with my dog who's generally pretty well behaved and trained, even still, I notice a big difference in how he's walking and taking the lead from me rather than just sniffing at what he likes. Living in NY, there are a lot of electrical dangers for dogs who like to tinkle where ever and I try to keep him away from anything metal, but your advice has made it just that much easier. Thank you:)

  19. I pull my owner very often, even if I'm calm before a walk. Myb im too fast for him!

  20. I been using your tips with my dog to better his walk.works really well.I finally enjoy walkin wit him:) can you do a video on how to stop jumping and stay calm when there's guest.I always hav to keep him in cage cause he so hyper he is 63lb pitbull jumps real hard on people.please please make a video lol

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