Dog Body Language – Analysis by the Dog Training Guys! (

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24 Comments on “Dog Body Language – Analysis by the Dog Training Guys! (”

  1. Thank you very much for posting the video. It was extremely educational. Especially for a person like me who has more than 1 dog.

    Your Antics are also entertaining.

    Thank you for your very good videos.

  2. @rubberberner Dog parks usually aren’t very safe places to start with. Most aren’t regulated and people bring poorly socialized and sometimes even dogs with resource guarding. Although I stopped bringing my dogs to the dog park, it if good to know when you should be worried about something and stopping it before it escalates or if the it okay and playful.

  3. I absolutely love you guys for posting this video and teaching people(including me of course – didn’t mean to sound too confident about my knowledge;) ) how to understand their dogs before they try to control them.Also,the vid’s awesomely entertaining and really informative.Keep up the great work!By the way,as for your humping the board-I’m not the slightest bit troubled by the fact itself,but I can’t help but ask-why on earth would you try to invite it to play,especially while dominating it? xD

  4. I was confused by your definition -it was vary vague as silly as that sounds-. “in control” generally refers to “control of resources” right? That makes more sense.
    So basically dogs are dominant/submissive to each other to establish good doggie relationships because without them relationships would not work? Okay, so that sounds good but completely different from Dominance Theory (which is a bad theory, this must be where all the confusion comes into play). I feel better educated now. 😀

  5. @ThePsittacine You can watch our video “Dog Culture – Foundation Style Dog Training” for a little more insight to the “control” stuff. Thanks for watching!

  6. @k91dogtraining The “watch more videos” response is a little discouraging, I was kind of looking for a nodding head telling me I’m getting the gist of the idea…

  7. @ThePsittacine You are getting the idea, but just think you will get the idea even more by watching the “dog culture” video. Especially when it comes to resources. “In Control” also refers to group decisions. Such as when to start and end play. Appreciate the feedback!

  8. 2 part question here, do you guys train in detection? and can you give me some tips on how to get my dog to stop bothering visitors cos my rotty will do 99% of what i want him to do but when ppl visit it all goes out the window and want stop getting under foot

  9. Hello, i just saw you guys talking about hair standing up on the dog’s neck and shoulders same thing happens with my German Shepherd puppy he is now 5 months old every time he sees another dog or human his hair on shoulder and neck buffs up, why? he played with other dogs before and he was very friendly with them but why does he buff up his hair?

  10. lol yes, positive training is the answer to everything. It explains dog body language, interaction, everything…

    Yes, dominance is all about bullying…

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