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    Hi I'm thinking when I get my pup I want to do dog training YouTube vids

    Show people the real stuff starting with the frist night

    What I want to know is what would you like to see in a dog training show

    And would any of u be intrested in being interview

    Btw just getting ideas so I can decide if I should do it or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shedeivl View Post
    Hi I'm thinking when I get my pup I want to do dog training YouTube vids

    Show people the real stuff starting with the frist night

    What I want to know is what would you like to see in a dog training show

    And would any of u be intrested in being interview

    Btw just getting ideas so I can decide if I should do it or not
    Sorry to be blunt but are you a behavioural dog trainer or an experienced dog trainer? As in do you have any formal training or qualifications?

    Things like dog raising and training videos should be left to professionals.

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    k&p dont be mean give her a chance to talk
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
    No grammar no problem I don't know how to fly it any way Bye

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    I don't really agree K&P. I liked watching videos from 'amateurs' who put the training methods suggested by trainers into practice with their pup/dog. I think it helps to see it demonstrated in different situations with different people and dogs, etc... As long as they don't have a strong "This is how you must train your dog" message, I think it's ok and of value to some people. Especially if you'd leave the potential mistakes and failures in it too as an example on what not to do!

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    Ruby I wasn't being mean I was being honest. Too many so called dog trainers out there doing more damage then good.

    Beloz - Yes but it was specifically called a "Dog training video". A dog training video should be done by professional dog trainers.

    A sort of video blog on the raising of a puppy specifically stated as done by an amateur based on their previous experience and advice from professional trainers would be fine, so long as it included the good and the bad ie: admitting that a method you chose to use failed and presenting that as well....

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    dude i know how that feels
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
    No grammar no problem I don't know how to fly it any way Bye

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    first event professionals start as amateurs secondly I have done some training with a puppy school and 3rd I want to do it with my frist puppy so the people watching can see the average owner training
    real stuff starting with the first night
    so they can see u don't need to be a pro-trainer to train the dog I want to show the bloopers as such the ups and downs show that sometimes event with the right train ur not going to always have the perfect little wonder dog show that it is hard work and it's not like the other dog training vids that make it look like your dogs going to be perfect at a trick in a few short lesson show that really have to teach a trick over and over a again everywhere so the dog generalizes the behavior I hope this clears my thoughts up

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