Dog Training – How to Introduce Dogs to Each Other



To view the next video in this series click: http://www.monkeysee.com/play/1746 In this video, professional dog trainer, Carla Nammack-Wenger, along with her brother, Austin Nammack describe various techniques to help you train your dog and to help you acquire leadership skills. The video covers a variety of topics including how to use your training equipment effectively, how to establish yourself as the pack leader, how to teach your dog basic obedience commands, how to introduce your dog to another dog without altercation, how to socialize the unsocial dog and how to introduce your dog to strangers.

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  1. this went nothing like this video with my dog. my dog got super crazy barking growing and jumping around and ended up going for a bite with the other dog. these are the calmest dogs I've seen.

  2. REALLY poor knowledge of dog behavior and dog training…constant jerking on the lead and man handling and hauling the dog around to get it into position…..lack of contemporary knowledge of the principles of Learning Theory and its application to training animals using positive methods

  3. Dominant?? you need to read John Fisher and understand that dogs are NOT "dominant".. they are just DOGS!!! this is just so horrible. how wer treat dogs.. many belive that wolfs and dogs are the sam.. they are deff. not. Wolfes can be passive dominant – but never dominant like some people belive.. and most of the dogtraining education is based on "dominination".. dominate your dog before it gets you.. i really hope more people gets their eyes open and see what it is really all about.. So many dogs has been abused because of idiots like this.. i recomend the book: Dominance in dogs – fact or fiction. by Barry Eaton. Small book but it says it all. Makes you get a new perspective of the dogtraning in less then 2 hours.. 

  4. Just be course they show no interest in each other does not mean they have met. Somewhere around the 2000'th dog, my dog met, she stopped showing interest all the time.

  5. My god, is this a joke?? You're a "professional" trainer? Dear god, I hope no one's paying you good money for training advice, because you're clearly clueless about dogs. You just spent 4.5 minutes tugging on your dog's collar for no reason whatsoever — look at the video! You're talking to the camera, and all the while "tug, tug, tug, yank" … WTH??

    Oh, and also? You might want to venture into the 21st century: That "pack theory/pack leader" nonsense was disproven about 40 years ago.

  6. This video stinks. The lady doesn't seem very confident. It looks like its 100 degrees out. She said they don't have very much space to work with…I didn't see any fences unless they're invisible which is stupid. She keeps jerking the leash for no reason. I agree with everyone else that these dogs are either not the typical greeters that cause someone to look for an introduction video or they have already met. I'd suggest deleting this video MonkeySee.

  7. It's absolutely possible if they're calm dogs but since they're excitable they probably need more training and socialization before leaving them alone unsupervised. It sounds like the pit pup needs to learn what the boundaries are during playtime so she doesn't bother another dog into taking matters into it's own hands. I, personally, disagree with the idea that females don't get along w other females. There are sooo many dogs out there that get along just fine with either gender, regardless

  8. I GOT A QUESTION PEOPLE ANYBODY CAN ANSWER MY QUESTION I GOT A 6MONTH FEMALE PITT AND MY COUSIN LEAVING HIS DOG AT MY PLACE FOR TWO WEEKS SHE A BOXER MIX WITH A LAB SHE 10MONTHS OLD AND I HEARD FEMALES PITTS DONT GET ALONG WITH FEMALES BUT I LET THEM MEET AND THEY SEEM LIKE THEY HAVE FUN BUT MY PITT SEEM TO HYPER AND RUFF AND THE BOXER PLAY TO BUT LOOK LIKE IT DONT LIKE IT AT TIMES OR MAYBE CAUSE SHE JUST MET MY PITT?? IS IT POSSIBLE FOR THEM TO GET ALONG ND BE FINE WITHOUT ME WATCHING ???

  9. Elmer was disinterested in nicki and did not trust her.. as soon as nicki came into smell, she sat down denying access to sniff. Nicki never relaxed enough to be allowed to sniff.. now let them really meet by giving them space and loosening the leash.. Guarantee elmer would be the one to tell nicki to relax.

  10. Dont think so. There is no way that another dog will not bark or at least growl when another one approaches. Clearly these dogs are already familiar with each other and it shows.

  11. this is good information and i will try it, but what if your dog doesn't listen to your HEY would you give them a quick touch/bite?
    and should you use food during soclization?

  12. dominance nonsense-terrible video and bad training she belongs in the pre-historic graveyard with ceasar millan. you do not correct growls and lip curls they are a dogs way of saying please leave me alone in scared. bad bad video

  13. i need some advise. i have a dog. i do not know what breed, she is a mutt, but her temperament is really good. she is protective but mild. she gets very anxious/excited around other dogs but will not attack unless attacked. i am getting a female blue heeler/border collie mix puppy from a friend. ive heard that these can be excitable dogs. what is the best way to introduce these two?

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