Dog Obedience Training brings Entertaining Results

Dog Obedience Training: How is this possible?

To those of you that have done obedience training successfully with your dog or dogs, I salute you. For many of us we either don’t know how or give up too soon.

A friend recently sent me this video of a group of dogs performing at what appears to be a show somewhere in Europe. I wish we all could get some dog training tips from this fellow.

From what I understand, dog obedience training is not that difficult if you have the right training manual and some patience. 

Here’s a video that demonstrates that dog obedience training can be fun and, taken to the next level, can provide entertainment many.

Enjoy this video!


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4 Responses to “Dog Obedience Training brings Entertaining Results”

  1. Bev McClendon says:

    An amazing video. As a dog owner I would love to train my dogs to do even half of what these dogs can do. Bravo to the trainer and a standing ovation for the four legged performers.

  2. Hi Bev,

    I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your kind comment. Yes, both you and I would love to be able to train our pets to do any of those things. Wouldn’t that be great. Personally, I’d just like to get my 2 dogs to close the door behind themselves. I’ll give the cat a pass.

    All the best,


  3. Very cool video. If only more people put that kind of time into training their dogs. Many behavior problems from fear to aggression can be prevented by early training.

  4. Yes Matt, I totally agree but who has the time for so much training. Thanks for your comment.

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