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Vid 10 Start of Force Fetch

thank the place good here give it sit

guys let's get force-fed started a

couple of tools you're going to need

you're going to need a glove that's

going to keep your dog from biting into

your hand if he's a biter a lot of times

he'll fight you in really skinny and

uncle's up I've got a rope tie between

two eight by eight this is actually my

girl's Playhouse I've got my dog

elevated there's no issue there because

we've worked with place getting them up

I've taken a collar a heavy-duty collar

and I've double hitched it in here so it

cannot slide back and forth tanks going

to be locked into position now I've got

a sport dog collar on because at some

point I'm going to actually use it in

force fetching he's wondering what in

the world this gloves all about this is

tanks first time I really I'm gonna tell

you right now a lot of you when you put

this collar on your dog and he's locked

in the position his head can't move he's

gonna freak out you need to stand by

best head come good dog good dog

get your dog settle down you it may take

two or three days of two sessions a day

before your dog is settled down where

you can actually start the force Bechet

I don't think I'm gonna have a problem

with thanked us he's a dog that kind of

really really he's docile in his

training so he's not going to fight it

too much I don't think he's gonna fight

the glove too much so let's get started

I'll pull this up tight yeah this is

where Dan I'm gonna put it in front of

his forkball collar here we'll bring it

up tight and we'll square him up

good dog skip I feel weird huh that's a

lazy set foot that good dog sit

I'm telling you a lot of y'all going to

have dogs these are going to fight this

going to go absolutely nuts call me dog

down pet him it's a good dog you know

get your dog calm before you even start

any of this he's doing a great job so

I'm gonna go ahead and start with my

next step put my glove on like I said

this is a lot of dogs will bite a lot of

dogs will know they're not doing it out

of meanness they're just trying to fight

it out of their mouth tank I don't think

I'm gonna have any problem there he's

really good about adhering to commands

are trying to learn what's going on good

dog

pry his mouth open I'll just kind of

pinch him between his jaws make sure and

lift that skin up so he's not pinching

that and I'm putting my hand to the back

of his jowls right here kind of making

it a little bit uncomfortable and

whatever he's doing awesome he's not

fighting me it's kind of saying okay

what's this about we're going to just

say hold kind of tough to hit the top of

his head nose up there oh good dog no

matter what your hand is not to come out

of your dog's mouth until you get a long

time effect of the word hope and trust

me I'm telling you right now he's doing

awesome he's not fighting me but some of

you are going to have dogs that will

twist her head try to go crazy feet come

up and everything keep that hand in

there kind of grab the bottom jaw but

don't don't put a lot of pain in there

now he's starting to fight me but no

matter what I put my hand to the back of

his mouth hold good dog

always reassure you dog hold good good

get the thing I want give it a lot of

trainers say only use one command all

always trained and said give it when I

take my hand away that's always my

release command of the duck bumper or

whatever he made you treatment as soon

as he's done or when we get that out of

his mouth and go right back he's holding

that mountain a little bit tighter shut

in hold

now some dogs you're going to really

have to pry your hand in there you're

going to real hit and kind of squeeze

pink their upper jowl skin against their

teeth and lift up at the same time good

dog hope hope and this is the first step

in the forth fetching we've already

started forcing to a pal let's say by

forcing to the placement like Cory

placed and like I had oh good dog

oh he's doing accident i i reaiiy mean i

can't tell you that this is actually his

first time to get up here the first time

to start this so that means i'm really

going to have some issues somewhere else

keep that hand in there good hold good

good dog give it all right I'm gonna

kind of pump him up a little bit hey do

not give your dog anymore retrieves

until we're 100% done with the forks

fetch horse fetch here course fetch on

the ground walking fours fetch and then

even I probably won't throw him retrieve

until I see his hit him forced to a pile

start going good then the fun bumpers

are going to start coming out and we're

going to use it if your dog and I'm

gonna tell you this if your dog gets low

in his desire to work and stuff don't

get too worried about it keep your

training sessions very short keep an

equal amount of pressure because this is

this is pressure that we're using

there's an equal amount of pressure

throughout your training don't get

elevated don't get lowered just kind of

stay straight on through don't get

excited that the bad things happen try

to correct them let the good things

happen always be very very positive with

everything for stretching and driving

crazy sometimes good dog one more time

ho ho ho good dog now I wouldn't be

talking to the camera like a ham right

now and there's a lot of words so I

don't know if I wasn't talking to the

camera right now I'd be continually

saying ho ho good dog but since I'm

talking to the camera there's a lot of

different words he's here

can he associate with what I want

probably not not the exact word so of

course all these going to hear is hold

good dog hold I get the effect I'll make

sure that hands back in the throat where

he's a little bit uncomfortable because

I want to make sure that he's

understanding what hold is we're going

to do this for about three or four days

and then we're going to graduate to

other items such as sticks lobs not

really a stick but a log type stick and

then other training tools such as I've

got a dowel that's got two ends on it

that's kind of square he'll hold it and

trying to get him in the center a little

bit more well gradual will do everything

but a bumper we will not pick up a

bumper to the very end of the actual ear

pinch pinch and I like to use what I

call the top hinge good dog get it good

guys three or four times a day do this

if you're at all can four times it's the

best keep your training session short

just like this have a good time with

your dog and I'll see you next time