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Poll: How do you train your dog(s) ?
Self training base on tips learnt from Book/TV/Video
Trained by Professional Commercial Trainer
Train base on skill learned from MKA classes
Never train at all
View Results (282 votes)
 

Khoobg
Webmaster


Jul 1, 2003, 6:51 PM

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yumiko_masaki
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Jul 2, 2003, 1:37 PM

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 HI MR KHOO..

do you know what kinda book and videos which are good in teaching / training our dogs ? cause i've been searching, there's alot... but dunno which is good and effective... Smile


RealityDreamer
Doggyman


Jul 2, 2003, 6:20 PM

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Hi there Smile

I bought this online training book. It's pretty good. So far,it's the cheapest training book. It's effective for my dogs...


jacng
Enthusiast


Jul 3, 2003, 4:19 AM

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Hi Mr Khoo...

You forgot to add in "this forum" under the source for self train....

coz i self train but source from internet, forums etc etc.... not exactly from books or videos...

anyway, i already vote under self train.... that's the nearest kwah....

Jac


yumiko_masaki
ALPHA


Jul 3, 2003, 6:39 AM

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Laugh OH !!

can you tell me where to get it ?Smile


RealityDreamer
Doggyman


Jul 3, 2003, 8:54 AM

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can i have your e-mail address? I'll e-mail you the web page add which i bought it off..its US D$9 which is about RM 36 which the cheapest training book i have ever seen. When its printed,it'll be 300 over pages.Smile


yumiko_masaki
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Jul 3, 2003, 9:55 AM

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 hi thanks for informing me ..

my e-mail address is : Cupid_Islan

thanks alot .. !!!


doberman
ALPHA


Nov 17, 2003, 11:19 AM

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train my dog base on the information which my frens told me n also from puppy.com.


ladee_m
Doggyman


Nov 17, 2003, 8:01 PM

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HiSmile

so far Ladee has responded well to all the commands I teach her and can do all the basic 'sit', 'down', 'stay', 'shake hands', 'qiute' and various other tricks... I get the methods from books...


aragorn2976
Ultra ALPHA


Nov 18, 2003, 4:59 AM

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Hmmmm...

A good book on puppy care & health, watching some good tv shows on pet training (Barking Mad, Battersea Dogs Home, Dogs With Jobs... ) AND... LOTs and LOTs and LOTs of TIPS FROM PUPPY.COM members!! Sly


liswarhol
ALPHA


Nov 27, 2003, 7:08 AM

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Smilehi,

my baby hiley's cage and grass trained for poo and pee so don't mind letting her roam free at home…kind of tiring at first but she's ok now. easier to bring her kai kai lor…got tips from mum and some books.

cheers


mo-mo
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Jun 14, 2004, 4:07 PM

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Hello! I'm new here, I never own a pure breed doggie b4, but I just got a puppy (Pekingese) ytd, he is abt two month old, how am I gonna train him to poo poo and pee peeUnsure and izit possible to train him coz he is oni two month old? Pls...need help hereCrazy


liswarhol
ALPHA


Aug 4, 2004, 9:08 PM

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hi there

sorry for such a late reply as am kinda very much tied down with projects....that seems to always spelled URGENT!!!!

hey i hope you've been coping well with your new pekingese baby...must be fluffy and cute lor...jaga her hair huh nanti have to send for cut lor.

if you have a garden...make it a schedule like poo after his makan...set a time so it's gonna be easy for you. after one week he should be fine. if you're staying in apt, do toilet train on newspaper lor...keep some old ones on the floor so he'll be able to recognise his poo/pee smell and do it on the same spot next time. sounds easy huh but...hehehe all the best...just be patient as he's still just a pup.

regardsWink


goldilock
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Aug 22, 2004, 3:19 AM

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i just trained my dogs the basic instruction like shake hand, sit, come ,no ,go ,and more and they manage to learn it. i'm so glad Smile

but i dunno how to train them to obey to every instructions that i give like shut up stop barking . many people said i over pampered and over protected them so they dun listen to me sometimes Smile


May_raymond
Dog Kichi


Oct 19, 2004, 10:35 AM

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acctually, there r no options that really suited my scenario..

but i did self train, we did actually..

paper toilet training was easy, i dunno y, but dino seems to know thats his place to DO it..

then we train him to come whenever we called his name..

that was quie easy too.. then we trained him to chase and retrieve his toys.. he can also sit when we asked him too.. basicly all the easy ones he can do la..

but i cant train him to shake hands... how ar?


goldilock
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Oct 20, 2004, 4:15 AM

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i train my dogs to hand up its hand whenever i said 'hand' and i'll give my hand to her to shake...

at the beginning u must train your dog many times a day so he can remember the command...after u said the command u should hold his hand and shake it...and dun forget to praise him good boy Tongue

i'd train my dog for almost 4 months using this method...i think its really work cos i've been using this method for her puppies too and they manage to do it Laugh

remember be patient...train him many time a day.i think about few months later he should read your command


Sydney
Doggyman


Oct 26, 2004, 1:11 PM

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Mr. khoo,

None of them match cs i train my puppy alone. Can u add the home trainning?


osmpam
Novice


Feb 13, 2005, 10:31 AM

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Wink i managed to train my 6-month old Toffee - sit, down (lie down), hand, up (sit only on both hindlegs), stay.. and of course NO this an NO tat. i'm trying to teach to roll around now.. hmm... not as ez though..



currenly i'm using the words like "kai-kai" means go for a walk time, "pom-pom" - bathing time, "mam-mam" - food time. ;) n hey.. he seems to be very sensitive to the words "bye-bye".. everytime i say these words, he'll definitely rush to me, and grab my legs and won't let go. so i guess the next time i wana leave him at home, i'll just have to leave quietly. ;)

Toffee yea yea...


potter
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Feb 8, 2007, 11:57 PM

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Train myself, socialise him myself. Read books etc. What I can do myself, I will do it myself.

 
 
 




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