How to Reward your Dog with TOYS Instead of Food!

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Rewarding our pets with food is the default way that we are told to enhance desirable actions with our pet dogs. BUT LOTS DOGS like to be compensated with playthings also! Some dogs really favor "play benefits".

This video is a MUST for anyone that has a pet with energy or "A.D.D". Among the biggest false impressions in dog training today is that a pet dog with a great deal of energy is difficult to train. NOT TRUE my friends! You simply need to reward them with what they DESIRE:-RRB-.

BTW, what is your pet's name? Tell me listed below! If you LIKE/Share/Comment on this video clip, I assure to make more:-RRB-.

38 Replies to “How to Reward your Dog with TOYS Instead of Food!”

  1. One of my Border Collie’s names is Lucky because he’s lucky to be alive today. The previous owner left him out behind the house in a crate with no food or water when he was a pup, and when he was finally found and rescued, the vets gave him less than 50% chance to live. He pulled through, and he’s been the best dog I’ve ever had. We’ve done Canine Freestyle classes, he’s got his Rally Novice title so far, and he’s also got his Canine Good Citizen and has passed his Therapy Dog Test so he can visit hospitals, nursing homes, etc. We’re also starting in Agility as well. He’s my awesome boy.

    1. Many thanks, I been tryin to find out about “dog information training” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Jaydenley Doggy Dechlorination – (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my neighbour got great success with it.

  2. Kiprock’s Loki Winter’s Vanguard, he’s an Alaskan Malamute, not yet 3 months old and already knows sit, down, stand, speak, touch, take, and give. I checked out this video on your playlist because he is a dual currency dog. He loves toys and play, just as much as he loves food. I didn’t want to use just one form of currency, so that I could keep things unpredictable as well as fun and exciting for him. Thanks, Zak.

    -Adam

  3. our dog’s name is Clara cause my 4 year old wanted to name her for Dr Who but since she is a girl, he settled on naming her for the doctor’s current companion, Clara Oswald…. I call her Clara “Belle” because she is such a pretty dog. LOL

  4. my puppy’s name is Dibella. she’s named after one of the nine divines in The Elderscrolls lore. I’m a huge elderscrolls fan and love playing Skyrim. Used Skyrim to help come up with a name for her and though Dibella was a pretty name that matched her.

  5. My puppy’s name is Effie – (short for Efthymia in Greek) which translates to Happiness. She is a Cavalier King Charles.

  6. We just picked up our new family addition 2 days ago. He is an 8 week old German Shepherd x. We have been planning to get him since he was about 5 weeks old. When I showed a photo of him to our 3 year old son he pointed and said ‘Milo’. He and our 4 year old daughter had been obsessed with the movie Milo and Otis and even though it was the cat named Milo it suited him and that’s his name πŸ™‚

  7. My dog is called Isis.

    Not sure it’s a great name anymore.

    She was called it after the egyptian goddess as she is a corgi so has egyptian ears and of course she is a goddess too!

    1. +corgiology Aww That really sucks! I named My dog Athena, so I would think Isis is an awesome name. Super unfortunate the name has to be almost ruined because the name itself is beautiful!

  8. Lizzy. I rescued her at the age of 9 3/4 years. Her owners had to go into an assisted living home. Her original name was Lovey and I wanted something kind of similar. She is an awesome dog that fits with my personality perfectly. Lizzy with a y not ie like lizzie borden. πŸ™‚
    I love your videos. Thank you!

  9. My puppy’s name is Cheeno, he’s a Border Collie X Australian Kelpie! He’s the most hyper dog I’ve ever seen! πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

  10. My son named his service dog, “Yukon”, because he was Bernese/English Shepherd mix. Everywhere we went my son would exclaim, “Yukon has a truck named after him!” or “Yukon has a tent named after him!” etc. Then it was discovered that Yukon has the worst case of bilateral hip & elbow dysplasia the vet ever seen… he was rehomed to someone who could pay for his hip replacements & medical needs. My son , Joe, is getting a Chocolate Lab from a breeder soon, her name is “Yukon”. In honour of the first, and for all in the future. πŸ™‚

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