Top 15 Best Dog Training Videos – Ranked!

Posted by , Updated on January 18, 2019

Are you having difficulties getting your dog to behave? Dogs can be a real handful especially if you don’t know what you’re doing. Fortunately, YouTube has plenty of dog training videos to help out. So, whether your dog won’t stop going to the bathroom in the house, are constantly barking, or keep jumping up on people, these effective training videos show you ways to stop these irritating behaviors. You can also learn to teach your dog some cool tricks to impress your friends at the next dinner party. So, grab your dog treats, here are the Top 15 Best Dog Training Videos- Ranked!


How To Stop Puppy Biting: Training Puppies Not to Bite

Puppies are adorable, but those adorable little creatures have sharp little teeth. They might not know better, but they can nip at you. The problem is that these cute puppies eventually become big dogs with big teeth. Kathy Santo offers some friendly and effective tips on how to curb this, such as teaching your puppy to bite on toys. Kathy has been training dogs since the early ’80s and has won several awards for Canine agility and obedience.


How to Teach your Puppy to Sit and Stay

Puppies are very hyperactive. They run all over the place, jump on people, and without training at an early age, won’t stop the behavior. Zak George, a famous dog trainer, teaches you how to get your puppy to sit and stay, without using force. Zak uses a simple salmon treat to get the puppy, Hazel, to sit.


How to Train your DOG NOT to JUMP

Why are dogs always jumping on people? According to famous dog trainer Zak Geroge, it’s a variety of reasons, including little exercise, mental activities or, very simply, your dog is trying to communicate. The trick is not to reward this unwanted behavior but to let your dog know right away that they need to stop.


Teach dog to Play Dead

Yes, it’s important to teach your dog the basics of sit, stay, and come, but if you can teach your dogs some tricks like play dead, then that’s an added bonus. Julie Posluns has an MSC in Cognitive and Behavioral Ecology, specializing in unfamiliar dogs. Ms. Posluns shows you how to teach your dog to play dead by using a method called back-chaining. Which is doing the last part of the trick first and working backward.


Easy, Dog Trick: How to Teach your Dog to Speak or Bark When you Ask.

Zak George with another entertaining dog trick tutorial. How to get your dog to bark on command. Maybe up next he can show me how to get my dog to recite Shakespeare? Some of you may be thinking, why would I want my dog to bark? Well, according to Zak, by teaching them to bark when you want them too, it teaches them how to communicate more effectively. Using a clicker, a treat, and a lot of patience, you can get your dog to bark on command.


How to Teach the Give Paw Trick | Dog Training

Dog trainer Jo Ann Basinger of Andrea Arden Dog Training, offers her 20-year teaching experience by showing how to get your dog to give you their paw. The biggest key to teaching this trick is to make it fun. It’s also important not to grab your dog but let them try to figure it out on their own. Like most dog tricks, you will need to have some treats handy.


How to Train your Dog to Come When Called

Mr. George with another very helpful tip on getting your dog to come to you when you call them. Dogs don’t always come to you when they’re called. In fact, a lot of them will either stay in one place or go in the opposite direction to where you want them. Zak George says that one important thing is to teach them early on and to also let them see how excited you are that they came when you called them. Also, make sure you have those treats.


How to teach any dog to FETCH!

When a dog learns how to fetch, they have the time of their lives, but first, you need to teach them by using enthusiasm and small steps. The trainers at “Training Positive” show you that by having fun and using baby talk, you can begin teaching your dog how to play fetch.


Teach a Puppy to Lie Down | Teacher's Pet With Victoria Stilwell

If you have already gotten your pup to sit, then you may want to teach them to lie down, and hopefully, they’ll go to sleep. Victoria Stilwell, dog trainer and author of the book “It’s The Dog or Me,” demonstrates with simply lowering your hand with a treat inside, you can get your dog to lie down.


Dog Aggression Towards Other Dogs Put a Stop to Dominant Behavior & Dog Aggression NOW!

Although dogs can be playful, they can also be territorial, especially with other dogs. Sometimes, younger dogs who have not been around other dogs don’t know how to behave or pick up on cues, so they ended up getting aggressive and start nasty fights. Online dog trainer “Doogy” Dan shows how using a non-approach method at first and then using a leash and controlling their movements is an effective way to get your dog to calm down around other dogs.


How to Teach your Dog to STAY- NO MATTER WHAT!

Your dog probably follows you around everywhere. However, sometimes you may not want them around you all the time. Zak George shows that by practicing drills where you distract your dog with a squeaky toy in one hand and then reward them with a treat for not going toward the toy in another, you can slowly teach your dog to stay put.


Understanding Dog Body Language - Learn how to read dogs behavior better

What is your dog trying to tell you? No, dogs can’t speak in full sentences (not yet anyway), but they do speak with body language to let you know how they are feeling. Kris Crestejo, owner of Modern Canine Training, teaches you different body movements that your dog makes to communicate.


Potty Training: How to Train your Dog to RING A BELL to be Let Outside

Dogs going to bathroom in the house is not uncommon but it’s still annoying. Zak George demonstrates that by showing your dog a bell by the door and getting them familiar with it, you can teach them to ring the bell anytime they have to go to the bathroom.


How to Train a Dog to Pay Attention (

For your dog to master any command or learn any trick, first they must learn how to pay attention. In this video, one of the trainers from shows how a treat in your hand and saying the dog’s name gets them to pay attention so that they can learn other commands.


How to Train Your Dog to NOT PULL on the Leash!

If you’re having a problem with your dog pulling on the leash when you’re walking them, then Zak George offers some help. Zak explains that dogs pull on the leash because they are instinctively prone to run fast and be on the go, so walking on a leash is foreign to them. However, they can adapt. He suggests to tire them out out and get rid of the energy as much as possible before the walk.

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