Next video is how to answer questions.
Let me elaborate on his answer: Excitement creates impulsive behaviour. Start by controlling your dog's excitement when you feed him his food. Make him wait and give you eye contact. Once you master that. The dog will learn that you have control of food and excitement is disagreed. When you now go out for a walk, you can use the same "wait/stay/no" whatever command when they get excited about whatever. Once you know he will get excited about something (even the door is open).. make him wait.. he might bark to protest.. or whine...or pull... stay there... wait... once he relaxes even for a second and gives you the same eye contact, reward him. Now go out and repeat for every. single. thing. they get excited for... Eventually, he'll learn to deal with it and focus on what you want. Therefore, no pulling.
Pero no da la solución!!!!!!🙆
This taught me noting except WHY my dog is pulling
very deceptive title, should have figured since only 1 min long, a prong collar will work in 1 min or less lol
Thank you for wasting my 1 minute
Well that was a completely useless video. Thanks Cesar!!
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Pointless shit video!!! You suck!!!
He told me nothing he only said why they pull !!!😤
Omg so how to stop it??
Literally what is the point of this video
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So how do you stop a dog from being excited? Obvious next step.
So we shouldn't pull back?
Soooo would jacking my dog off before walking him make him stop pulling
So what's the answer?? This video taught me nothing....
What kind of talking video was this
pretty dumb video!!
Is there like a part 2 or something?
How do you stop a dog from pulling? Is there going to be a follow up video with an answer?
And u didn't answer the question...
To all the people who say they didnt get an answer......he said calm your dog.
0:31 Cesar answers it here To stop excitement, people need to create calmness. Although he doesn’t answer explicit methods, I’ve watched from other videos that this could mean: a quick tug on the leash or touch to snap them out of it (prior to VERY excited state), waiting for dog to calm down (especially before putting on the leash and before walking), clarifying your position as pack leader in day to day life (since dogs follow the leader, could be as simple as making sure YOU exit/enter any door or boundary BEFORE the dog and making sure that the dog only follows behind you when asked to), (VERY excited state) pulling upwards with leash just below the head (better control) and letting the dog vent (making sure they settle and become calm before continuing the walk), etc. But, the method used should always be situational.
Utter waste of time - think how many wasted minutes for almost a million views
The fucm is this
Answer: Get your dog from exited state to a calm state .🤷🏻♂️
I thought there was going to be more on this subject
I thought this was an actual training vid it's just clickbait
My puppy pulls without excitment he Just prefers being free. So i dont have anwser to m'y question
So the answer ISNT pull back?
Well that taught me absolutely nothing. Good chat .🙄
Why do U say to us why dogs are pulling, we know why. Tell us how to stop it though.
When My dog has a boner hes excited!!! Now wtf do I do when hes pulling??
Ok the answer is...HES EXCITED¿?¿?
ummm what? so there must not be a way because that was no help
Where's the answer-
Well, this was literally of no help!
Okayyyy... How do you keep a dog from being excited? It's like solving a problem by presenting another problem.
Didn't answer my question
Thanks for nothing
How do I help my Siberian husky from wanting to pull on walks.
Change the title to "Why dogs pull on the leash"
My dog doesn’t like to walk with the chain... any ideas??
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How do i get my dog to walk on the lead as the minute she sees it she lies on the floor or hides under the table
this video is trash
how to stop a dog from digging on my indoor floors and carpets? She is very old, partially blind and does not play with toys. She has ruined all of my floors.
Told me nothing
well that was a waste of time
ik its 4 years later but youre not supposed to yank/pull on the leash, you're supposed to just stay still and dont move so that the dog learns that if they pull they wont get anywhere but this takes time.
So then, how do I stop my dog from being excited? I'm looking this up because my dog pulled me down today and my knee is all banged up. Help me out Cesar!
with my goldens pulling its not excitement, its anxiety but its only on the second half of the walk. i have tried going completely different ways but that only works for the first time because he is so smart that after even one walk he knows that its the way home and we are running out of different ways to go! all of the second half of the walk he is so anxious that he makes himself hyperventilate (which is not good one bit). i use a harness that is supposed to help with pulling but it doesnt work with him one bit. he also isnt food motivated on walks because he is so anxious so he wont even eat the treats i bring. if anyone has any advice at all i could really use some! he is also very bonded to me and doesnt really like men. if it doesnt get better soon we are going to talk to my other dogs old trainer and see what he suggests. thanks y'all
Cesar... you're an idiot.
I love cesar millan.... Buuuut this didnt help me one bit 😑
Well, that got me absolutely no where!
This answered exactly nothing!
I’ll answer since Cesar didn’t. You need to keep the leash short and tight to show your dog that you’re in command. As soon as she/he starts pulling you say “NO” “SHHHHHT” “NO”. Works like a charm.
yeah not really
question: how do you stop a dog from pulling? cesar: yes.
Actually it's: Question: how do you stop your dog from pulling? Cesar: OK let me tell you how to stop your dog from pulling. He's pulling because he's excited.
he identified for you that the problem wasn't the pulling - that it was in fact an excited animal. Look up his videos on dealing with an excited animal -
That told me absolutely NOTHING!
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@Jenna oh look at your dumbass come backs, shut up. He wasnt hating. It's true, he didnt give any information
@XxIce AngelxX Well i was talking to Albert Head i dont remember asking you :/
@Jenna um no its not. He didnt tell you anything you wanted to know.... all they were saying was they didnt learn anything because ceaser didnt teach you anything
How? Put the harness on upside down with the lead coming from underneath, so the dog has no incentive to pull. Works instantly!
😂😂😂 search continues..
This taught me nothing, now my dog's dead
Video confused me and my screwdriver got stuck in the toaster. Dog is still pulling too.
yeah that doesnt help me at fucking all... all you did was answer my concern with another concern.
A lot of comments confused by the video. I actually like what he's saying and think he answers the question. Focus on asking the dog to be calm to stop the pulling.
Utterly bloody useless. What was the point of that?
Esa mamada que?? No explico nada
this is a good video despite all the negativity, I learned something, he doesn't know my dog so how the hell is he going to help him calm down. But it is definitely excitement causing the pulling, he just loves walks like a sex addict loves a strip club, hard to moderate the excitement at puppy stage.
That answered NOTHING
Soooooooo, I have much respect for Cesar but is he saying to stop my dog pulling all I need to do is just ask him to relax via the leash? Check. Got it. Um, dumb follow up question.... how do I do that?
Since some people are to lazy to search, I will resume from what I watched in his videos: Step1 > it begins at home, the do need to be calm before going out (just like when to ask to sit just before giving food) don't bring out an excited dog. Step 2 > when holding the leash think like when you're holding someone hand, you don't want to squeeze or pull the hand of the other person, same for the dog. Step 3 (optional) > if your dog is still pulling try to make it exercises more (like buy some rollers or bike if you don't like running) because think about it, your dog had to wait for you, hours for being able to go out so of course it will be full of energy. Step 4 (optional) > redirect the attention if the dog is getting too excited over passberby, it means be sure its attention is toward you not the source of excitement. With time, it should be able to ignore it. Getting your do attention could be done with anything and reward only after he listened to you not before. Last thing, repetition is the key, just like with kids.
I adore you Cesar!! Thank you for everything you've done to support dogs, and dog owners! Cant wait until your next show comes out. Keep your chin up :)
Thank you Cesar
YOU'RE ALL IDIOTS. HE SAID, the question shouldn't be how to stop your dog from pulling. The question should focus on the UNDERLYING issue , WHICH IS that the REASON the dog pulls is because "HE GETS EXCITED" Sooooo, the question should really be... HOW TO PREVENT YOUR DOG FROM BEING EXICTED... AND HOW to relay calmness. NOT ROCKET SCIENCE PEOPLE. The OBVIOUS answer would then, BE. STAY CALM AND THE DOG WILL BE CALM. Most dog owners who have dogs that pull it's because you aren't exerting leadership during the walk. You need to exert being a leader during the walk. A LEADER IN A PACK, stays calm, leads ahead not behind. If you do that, your dog will follow you, not pull. DOES HE REALLY HAVE TO SPELL EVERYTHING OUTTT. If so, maybe you shouldn't be a dog owner,Lol
And the how to is?
So...you didn’t answer the question.
You didn't answer how to stop the exciting things you mentioned ❓
Terrible video. Didn't answer my question at all!!!
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But my dog is not interested in his toy I’ll rub a treat on it and try different toys but he doesn’t want he well feed and at a good weight only 2 years old! And still doesn’t want to play or go outside how do I fix this?
boy that sure was interesting not!
Lol he said “ People pull back on the leash, and that triggers more excitement “ soooo what do we do ???
@Angela Carley Yes angela you're correct. You have to be fast and pre emptively watch for what makes your dog excited. And do sideways pulls before his state of mind escalates. Problem is that people wait too long and its too late...so they end up pulling back.. But to peoples defense...he does not show that technique in the video...i watched it on his show, reading his books at the moment
Let go the leash and see hell break loose I guess....😂😂😂
You pull sideways not backwards. That’s what he meant.
Let it go and watch the beyblade rip
For people looking for how to stop their dog constantly pulling when just going for a walk, this is the easiest method. Each time they create tension on the leash simply stop and wait for them to stop pulling. As soon as they stop pulling, start walking again. At first you'll be stopping every few steps but be patient and consistent. The dog will quickly associate tension with stopping and no tension with walking... and they'd much rather be walking.
THIS MAN IS ABUSIVE; STUDY SCIENCE; PLEASE! THE BRAIN OF THE DOG WORKS DIFFERENTLY!!!
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Cesar! When I touch my dog with my foot he translates that to I wanna play!😩😩😩
What the heck? I don’t think I learned anything
Okay B O O M E R