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Dog Training & Ownership : How to Train a Dog Not to Bite

Added on Sep 28, 2008 From expertvillage

Training your dog not to bite should not be emotional; training a dog when scared or angry will not lead to discipline or a healthy relationship between dog and owner. Teach your dog to stop biting with a certified dog trainer in this free video on dog obedience.

Expert: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg
Contact: www.miami-dog-training.com
Bio: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg is a certified professional dog trainer in Miami, Fla.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller


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Edit your name here, creative right? Says:

Sep 19, 2013 - I need help, I have a large newfoundland who is only a couple months old. He bites in play and when he does not get his way. Not enough to draw blood, but enough that it hurts and he wont take no for an answer. He's too smart that he just does not feel like obeying, he knows he should not but he still does. Can anyone please help give me a link or advice? This dog is causing stress in my family and we just mentioned getting rid of him. We cant afford dog training either. HELP

teoh yx Says:

Jun 21, 2013 - Won't it bite u more? I wanna try it because my GSD like to bite people

burningknuckle26 Says:

Jun 11, 2013 - lol

burningknuckle26 Says:

Jun 11, 2013 - I tried this and my pitbull pup started to bite me more. and growl.

captmicha Says:

Mar 27, 2013 - Good lord this profession needs regulation. You're telling the dog you want to play and then the dog play bites, which is what dogs do since they don't have hands, and then you hurt them for what you started. I don't know how this makes any sense. If you don't enjoy play biting, then why would you encourage it?

Alex Susman Says:

Feb 6, 2013 - Talking about behavior while denouncing emotion is simply crazy. Emotion is the basis of behavior, and so, it's impossible to talk about both, emotion and behavior as if they are relative to another.

Alex Susman Says:

Feb 6, 2013 - Emotion is the basis of behavior though, so in essence it's impossible not to talk about the two as relative to another, it defies science. So he certainly he talking about something that is emotional, he's just not smart enough to understand such a thing. I'm pretty sure we are agreeing on the same thing, but just to be clear this gentleman just isn't a trainerThe notion that you should (even can) teach a dog not to bite shows how much he really understands about the dog, this is just horrible.

Alex Susman Says:

Jan 27, 2013 - but emotion is universal so while comparing the two might seem stupid it is indeed pretty smart.

Alex Susman Says:

Jan 27, 2013 - The people saying you can't compare the two are indeed about to get an education. You can, because emotion is universal. BAM. GET AN EDUCATION OR GET SERVED. EMOTION IS UNIVERSAL SO TO PUT IT INTO CONTEXT YOU CAN COMPARE THE TWO. a person who thinks you can train a dog not to bite is an amateur. A pro knows the real goal is to get the dog to bite as freely and with as much intensity as possible. This guy is just misinformed and an amateur. I could write a thesis on the flaws of this approach.

agileela Says:

Dec 28, 2012 - Wow! Really lousy outdated advice... Come into the 21st century of dog training , no need to "entrap" the dog and then punishing what you encourage. Seriously?? Check out trainers like Susan Garrett, Kathy Sdao, Kathy Keats...Their dogs are happy, training willing partners...