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Tamar Geller Dog Training Tip #1

Added on Oct 18, 2011 From PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)

Celebrity dog trainer Tamar Geller explains what your dog's seven basic needs are—and how to keep him or her happy by fulfilling them.
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B.R. Mathews Says:

Oct 7, 2014 - Great advice - it was like hearing someone summarize my own instinctual approach to rearing a puppy. It's a shame when people neglect their pets, or treat them in a condescending fashion. Dogs are such clever creatures. As you pointed-out, I've found it highly effective to reinforce vocabulary with my dog. "Go and get your ball.... no, not the rope.... that's your rope... ROPE. Get the BALL! Good girl!" 

Angelica X Says:

Jan 15, 2014 - Any and all animal lovers need to call this girl. She abuses and beats her two dogs CONSTANTLY. (not the girl in the video) The police in this state wont do anything about it. BLOW UP HER PHONE IF YOU LOVE DOGS. Her number is 870-514-8570

Rich C.C. Says:

Jan 12, 2014 - Nice Peta for truth!

garyg562 Says:

Jan 12, 2014 - Thank you Tamar!  Everything you said makes sense on the human side and the dog side.  Well done!  Vegan living is the BEST!

DigiRuDog Says:

Aug 9, 2012 - Thanks, Tamar Geller, for your great books and these YouTube clips that show you can coach (train) your dog in a loving way. You do NOT need to rule dogs--or kids!--by using fear, pain or thinking you have to dominate them and keep them in line.

All Dogs Are Smart Says:

Jul 11, 2012 - Dogs can learn way more than 150 words

Tim Leibfritz Says:

Jun 27, 2012 - Hahaha! Saying "drink! drink!" as my dog is drinking water provides the mental stimulation of my dog thinking I've just been struck with stupidity! Any dog trainer that has a stylist and hits the red carpet would like their idiotic ideas about animal behavior to sound good to you, the overly concerned high paying client, and has really nothing to do with the health of your dog.

man dingo Says:

Oct 21, 2011 - Each of the dogs***

man dingo Says:

Oct 21, 2011 - I miss the rescue my family used to have. Each of the sofa that came onto our farm had a personality all their own and I could tell each apart by their bark. I miss that companionship.

Cheetree1 Says:

Oct 20, 2011 - im adopting a border collie, so i needed good advice! thanks peta