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    Leerburg's Basic Dog Obedience
    DVDRip | English | 4hr | AVI (XVID 512x384 29.97fps 1500Kbps | MP3 44100Hz 2 Chan. Stereo 128Kbps) | 2.25GB
    Dog Training Video


    This DVD is 4 hours long. The purpose of this Leerburg training DVD is teach you the art of dog training.

    It's our goal to show you that dog training is not rocket science it's 100% common sense. There are no "Tricks or Secrets of the Trade." Dog training is is an art that you can learn if your willing to put your mind to it.

    The best dog trainers know how to build a bond based on two way respect between the dog and the handler. These trainers know how to motivate a dog to want to learn. They understand how and when to apply distractions during training so they can show the dog that it must mind under all circumstances.

    Our DVD will show you how to approach dog training. It will teach you how to break a task into small incremental training steps (or building blocks). Once the dogs has learned each of these small blocks we show how to put them back together again so the dog can easily perform the exercises.

    I have been training dogs for over 45 years. In 1982 I released my first Obedience training VHS tape (a long time ago). Over the years I have redone this video 6 or 7 times. I continued to add information and refined our program to the point where it is the best dog training DVD on the market. The latest version was released in August 2006.

    If I were you and I were considering spending many hours of time following the training recommendations of someone like myself I would want to fully understand that persons philosophy of dog training. I suggest that you take a minute right now and read the article I wrote on my philosophy on dog training.

    There is an old saying, "Dogs know what you know and they know what you don't know." My dog training program and this web site can be your first step in the journey of showing your dog what you know.

    This DVD is organized into chapters, just like a book. The menu for our DVD allows you to watch the chapter you want when you want. This makes for a very simple review

    The information in this video is designed to be watched again and again and again. There is more information here than you would get in any local 10 week obedience class.

    Introduction:

    Goals of this DVD on Dog Training

    Terminology

    Rules of Dog Learning

    Schedule for Your Dog Training

    Training Equipment:

    Dog Training Collars

    Dog Training Leashes

    Training Sections:

    An Introduction to Marker Training and Motivation

    Learning how and when to Praise your dog

    Training Your Dog to SIT

    Training Your Dog the DOWN

    Training Your Dog the RECALL or COME

    Training Your Dog the STAND

    Walking Your Dog on a Leash

    The theory of Corrections
    What our DVD will teach you:

    1- How to train your own dog in your own home.

    2 - How obedience training can develop a fun relationship with your dog.

    3- How to get control over your dog and make him respect your commands

    4- Good information leads to improved confidence in working with your dog. You learn the tools to overcome training concerns.

    5- You will learn to problem solve. No one can anticipate EVERY problem EVERY dog owner will have. You will learn how to approach a problem and come up with a workable solution.

    6- What to expect from your dog and what to do when the dog does the unexpected.

    7- How to develop your timing to reward and praise - good timing is critical to successful dog training.

    8- You will learn when to correct your dog, how to correct your dog and most importantly when NOT TO CORRECT YOUR DOG.

    9 - You will learn how to approach and organize a training session so you and the dog get the most out of your training time.


    While every new dog trainer needs to learn how to correct his dog, every great dog trainer needs to learn how to properly Γ??praiseΓ?? his dog. Praising a dog is not something that comes naturally to a lot of people, especially men. ItΓ??s actually an important learned exercise for people.

    If you watch a very good dog trainer, he praises his dog at a very personal level. In a training program, Γ??praiseΓ?? is used to bond with a dog; itΓ??s used to remove the stress of corrections and itΓ??s used to build drive.

    Dog training should be fun for both you and your dog. This is accomplished by learning to properly Γ??praise." After watching our section on praising, you will not only understand correct praise, you will see what happens when you donΓ??t praise enough, or just as importantly what happens when you praise too much, (we call this Γ??praise to the level of distraction.Γ??)

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    Leerburg's Dealing with Aggressive and Dominant Dogs
    DVDRip | English | 3.5hr | AVI (XVID 512x384 29.97fps 1500Kbps | MP3 44100Hz 2 Chan. Stereo 128Kbps) | 1.75GB
    Dog Training Video


    Dealing With Dominant & Aggressive Dogs - what our DVD is all about:

    In my DVD I provide 3 1/2 hours of information to help people solve their problems with dominant dogs and aggressive dogs. This information is based on 45 years of experience training dogs. For the last 30 years I have studied the art of protection training dogs. I was a police K9 handler for 10 years, and was chairman of the training committee for the WI police dog association for a number of those years. I have bred German Shepherds for police service work for 28 years. During this time I have bred over 350 litters of working dogs. I have dogs from my kennel working in law enforcement, Search and Rescue and competing in Schutzhund all over this country. No one I know in the United States can make these claims.

    Everyone has an Opinion:

    I tell you these things for one reason. You found this web page because you have a problem with your dog. You have also found out that "Everyone has an opinion on how to solve your problem." You only need to use Google for a few minutes to see this, or ask your neighbor or best friend. Everyone thinks they know what you should be doing. The problem is that very few people have the experience to back up their opinions.

    Every year hundreds of thousands of dogs go through obedience training. The vast majority of dominant dogs that enter training classes come out of class just as dominant as before they started. The reason for this is that instructors and owners alike do not address issues of pack drive and rank within the pack.

    These instructors and pet owners underestimate the genetic power of the "PACK DRIVE GENES" that flows through the veins of a family dog. Dogs, like wolves, seek to live in a family packs. A family pack can be one dog living with his human family, or multiple dogs and their human family.

    When the average pet owner gets a new dog the owner's first goal is to show the dog how much he likes the dog. This is the absolute opposite of how dogs think. When a dog meets another dog they will always establish their rank with each other before they become friends and play (or fight) with the new dog.

    Rank within the Pack:

    Dogs instinctively try to establish a rank within their family pack. The vast majority of dogs would rather not be a pack leader. In fact, many become stressed when they are forced into that position by a human pet owner that does not practice proper pack procedures.

    Dominant dogs are dogs that have problems with pack and rank issues.

    This DVD was produced to help people analyze their dog’s dominance and aggression problems. I provide the information for them to come up with a solution to those problems. These solutions include educating the owners on pack drive and rank drive.

    Learning to be a Pack Leader:

    Owners of dominant dogs don't have an option, they must learn to become pack leaders. Unfortunately, many people are not themselves leaders in their normal lives. Becoming a pack leader for some people is a foreign concept. In my DVD I explain a logical protocol for these pet owners to follow that will result in their dogs' changing the way they view their position in the family pack.

    This DVD is a project I have been working on for over 5 years. In my opinion it may be the most important training DVD I have ever produced. More dogs are given up for adoption or euthanized every year because of dominance and aggression problems than any other reason. Not all of these dogs are salvageable but I believe the vast majority of dominance problems can controlled so that those dogs can live a better life with their family pack.

    The chapters in our DVD:

    1-The work that is expected of pet owners before they start this program.

    2- Sixteen different forms of aggression are identified and explained.

    3- Four different targets of aggression are discussed

    * Aggression towards Owners
    * Aggression towards Family and Friends
    * Aggression towards Strangers
    * Aggression towards Other Animals

    4- When Does Dominance Start?

    A- Understanding temperament in dogs and how it relates to dominance.

    B -The role of genetics in dominance

    1- How to live with and handle a dominant puppy

    5- A section on EQUIPMENT needed to safely live with and train a dominant dog. This is an extremely important topic. It's one thing for a training aid to fail during obedience training. It is 100% a different thing for a training aid to fail during a handler attack or during an episode of dog aggression.

    6 - Living with a Dominant Dog.

    A- The Ground Work to Becoming a Pack Leader

    1 - The importance of dog crates and how we use them in our home

    B- The importance of Exercise as it relates to dominance

    1 - Dominant Dog Problems and walks

    2 - How to deal with Animal Aggression on Walks

    3 - The importance of a Protocol for YOUR WALK - the walk is YOUR WALK not the dog's WALK

    4 - Flat Collars vs Prong Collar vs Dominant Dog Collars vs Remote Trainers

    C - Becoming a Pack Leader

    1 - How I establish pack leader status with my new dogs.

    2- How non-pack leaders can become pack leaders

    D- Obedience training as it relates to Pack behavior

    1- the THEORY of CORRECTIONS IN DOG TRAINING

    2- This DVD is not a substitute for "Basic Obedience training"
    ** If you don't have my Basic Obedience DVD you will need to get it along with this DVD.

    E- Feeding A Dominant Dog - how to eliminate food aggression issues

    7- How to break-up a dog fight without getting hurt

    A - How to Introduce a New Dog into a home with existing dogs

    B- Alpha Rolls- what they are and why they are dangerous

    C- Dog Parks - a very bad idea

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    Leerburg's Puppy 8 Week to 8 Months
    DVD Rip | English | 2.5hr | AVI (XVID 740x480 29.97fps 1500Kbps | MP3 44100Hz 2 Chan. Stereo 128Kbps) | 1.37GB
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    This training video answers all the questions new puppy owners have concerning the care of their new puppy. Ed Frawley has been breeding dogs since 1978 and has produced over 350 litters of working bloodline German Shepherd puppies.

    Over the years Ed has been asked just about every question a new puppy owner can think to ask. This DVD was originally produced to be given to every Leerburg Puppy Customer. The intent was to help Leerburg Puppy Customers get through the first 8 months of the puppy's life.

    Even though Leerburg only breeds German Shepherds, this new training video is not just for German Shepherds. It's an all-breed video. Your Puppy 8 Week to 8 Months is sold to breeders all over the country who breed many different kinds of dogs. These breeders then give the video to their puppy customers.

    The Topics Covered in this DVD on Puppy Training are:

    House Training Your Puppy and Selecting a Dog Crate

    Puppies That Eat Their Stool

    How and Where to Socialize Your Puppy
    Dog Containment System
    Pups in the House
    Safe Toys
    Socializing you pup
    Controlling Your Puppy in Your House
    Exercise for Pups
    Communication Between You and Your Dog
    Marker Training

    Obedience Training Your Puppy

    Training Puppy to Sit
    Training Puppy to Down
    Training Puppy to Come
    Training Your Pup to Go for Walks on a Leash
    Training the PLACE command

    The Target Exercise - why it's so great
    Training the Yuck Command - to spit things out that pup has picked up
    Dealing with Puppies that Bite
    Health Care for Your Pup
    Selecting a Vet for your Puppy

    Puppy Vaccinations

    Vaccinosis - Be Aware of Over Vaccinating Your Puppy

    Worming Your Puppy

    Heart worms and Puppies

    Fleas and Ticks on Dogs

    Diarrhea in Puppies

    Neutering

    Heat Cycles in Female Dogs

    When to Neuter Your Puppy is Discussed in Detail
    Puppies' Teething Patterns
    Grooming you pup
    Trimming Nails and Cleaning Ears (an all-breed approach)
    Behavioral Problems
    Puppies Chewing

    Puppies Digging

    Puppies Jumping up on People
    Excessive Dog Barking
    Kids and Puppies
    Raising Two Pups at the Same Time
    Introducing Pups to Cats
    Riding in the Car
    Car Sickness

    Feeding Your Puppy - We Recommend the All-Natural Diet

    In-Ground Containment Systems

    Your Puppy's Medical Needs
    Where To Go From Here


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    These are a very helpful tool for Dog Training, thanks a lot, but could you check the link?. All of them are dead. Thanks anyway
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    Please check the links, they are dead
    Thanks alot
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    would be great if someone could re- up
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