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Rob Peladeau: "Behaviorist Dog Trainer" | Talks at Google

Discussion in 'Training & Behavior' started by strykerdobe, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. strykerdobe

    strykerdobe Hot Topics Subscriber

    Pretty interesting info.

    Rob Peladeau: "Behaviorist Dog Trainer" | Talks at Google
    Behaviorist dog trainer Rob Peladeau, of NexGenK9, will be here to share strategies for training your dog.
    Rob Peladeau has been training dogs for almost twenty years. Rob specializes in behavior



     
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  2. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    This showed up in my YouTube feed a week or two ago and I thought it was great info!
     
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  3. strykerdobe

    strykerdobe Hot Topics Subscriber

    Yes just saw it yesterday.
     
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  4. jazzies mum

    jazzies mum Notable member

    Watched the whole thing through. Some great info, and I think a Malinoise might be a harder dog than a Doberman!
     
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  5. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    Staying away from that breed for sure!
     
  6. jazzies mum

    jazzies mum Notable member

    You know, I have been thinking about this video on and off for a couple of days and I'm not sure I totally agree with some of what he says. No problem at all with his methods and dog handling, I think they are spot on, but I do think that our dogs learn much more of our spoken language than he gave credit for. It does have to be learnt by association of course, but by the time my last dog was 5 yrs old you had to be very careful what you said in conversation. If anyone said "out there" in any context at all she would erupt into a frenzy of barking and looking for the potential threat, which startled quite a few of our visitors. :rofl: This was because we had to train her to be an alert watchdog, and would sometimes quietly say "who's out there" to draw her attention to some one around. Her vocabulary was huge by the time she died at 9. I'm not sure that Jazz will ever be as good with words, as it's just her and me, and I do a lot of my communication with signals.

    Also, I do think there is a stubborn, contrary, attitude with some dogs, especially some Dobermans. I would never have questioned that statement of his until I had Jazz, and now I know that they can be quite deliberately stubborn! Yep!

    If I had seen his video before I started out with Jazz it would have given me a bit of a heads up and a some quite useful methods to try with her, but it wouldn't have solved all our problems. Those just had to be dealt with as they cropped up and solutions found on the fly. What would have really helped me would have been to see this very proficient trainer having his own trouble with an excitable high energy dog. There were times in Jazzies first 6 - 8 months when I thought I was such a useless trainer and was going to have a problem dog because I failed her!
     
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