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Basic Dog Training Techniques : Heel Command in Dog Obedience Training

Added on Oct 25, 2008 From expertvillage

Learn how to train your dog to heel in this free video clip.

Expert: Carlos Puentes
Bio: Carlos Puentes is the owner of K-9 Solutions, Inc. His company is a professional Dog Training Service in Miami, Fl.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

16 Likes,     18 Dislikes,     29706 Views,     18 Comments

Pav Z Says:

Feb 11, 2012 - dog is trained show how?!

milkytrashy Says:

Jan 18, 2012 - i see the choke chain...

Sarah J Says:

Jul 1, 2011 - @dogguy9 when you are first teaching a dog a command it will go faster if he hears is regularly with the action. He'll associate the action with the command easier if he hears it often. Once the dog knows than you don't have to repeat it, he should just do it after one command. I agree with you about the praise though.

alexnds1 Says:

Jun 7, 2011 - this is merely walking nicely on a leash, not competition heel.

Travis Williams Says:

Apr 23, 2011 - @pentalfakos You love your children too, doesnt mean you wont pop them in the mouth if they curse at you.

Amanda Carol Says:

Mar 15, 2011 - @pentalfakos I bet it would also hurt if you took a staple gun to your head. There is a right and a wrong way to use a tool.

Πρέντζας Ιωάννης Says:

Jan 27, 2011 - @OscarBusterMissy dude do u know what a choke chain can do to a dog? maybe If u try it on yourself u should experience it. On an expert's hands or not this thing hurts the pet you say you love .

Jackalwill l Says:

Jan 8, 2011 - Is that a choke chain he is using?? Not a humane way, choke chain is bad type on google. There is a better way

alexnds1 Says:

May 9, 2010 - this video is showing how to make a dog walk nicely on a leash without pulling, and not the competition heel. Some of the differences are, he is using correction based approach to teach dog no to pull. The dog is not looking at his face. he is not showing how left turns and right turns and about turns are accomplished, or how the finish is accomplished. It is best to teach the dog formal, competition style heeling with one command, and everyday walking on a leash with a different command

ChicagoK9Gal Says:

Apr 3, 2010 - @RoscoeT99 No kidding. Check out my videos, I have a heeling video with LEFT TURNS, RIGHT TURNS, stops.... a dog can do it all within 2 lessons.