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there you go that was a good waiting remember stress respect love so you have to trust that he can figure it out and he have to respect what you are asking them to do which is stay in the point of reference and no matter what how much distractions are around so this is a brand new puppy this is the first time he’s doing it so there’s a lot of waiting in between there you go there you go and then you rework that and that’s the end of that exercise that stress respect gloves [Music] all right guys we’re gonna do three activities that are going to mean something natural simple and profound so point of reference is going to represent trust respect love walking with your dog is gonna represent follow play explore and the crate is gonna represent safe peace and love so i always like to make sure the dog has a profound understanding on the activities we do again point of reference means stress respect love walking with your dog means follow play explorer and putting a dog in the crate or using the crate means safe peace and love that’s exactly the feeling the energy that a dog needs to have so the right energy the right philosophy the right activities well every time we do tcw we asked angela from the servant dogs that’s for instagram to please uh bring us some puppies some dogs some dogs they can challenge the students so where do you get these dogs from um a lot of them come from my house i foster a lot of them and then i call it my friends because they all have a lot of fosters yeah where’s these puppies coming from uh these puppies are coming from long beach long beach long beach by way like shelter or what no their mom was found as a stray walking around and so my friend took her in and then she ended up having the puppies that night in her house and there for adoption yes okay so all the dogs that we work on tcw for the students all these dogs are for adoption the great thing about it is the dogs get to meet 30 40 people whatever people whatever as many people we have here so everybody gets to practice the same thing with the puppies and that allows the puppies to connect have great communication trust respect love with people so and then what we do is as we we actually tell people this dog is a back of the pack middle of the pack from the pack so when the when it’s time to adopt the dog we actually create a uh what what i call compatibility and then we actually can give them like the strategy of what to do with it with this puppy so what we’re gonna do right now is show you the three most important things that you should do with your puppy as soon as the puppy arrives home yes that’s it all right so this is the point of reference i like to use boxes because it allows the dog to to nah what’s the word it allows the dogs to understand that there’s a little cliff right in between with the floor in them so it actually teaches them to to wait a little longer easier than it’s much easier to do it in a box then practice it on the floor this guy’s amazing [Laughter] video that video i got it this is what i mean about it’s easier for them to stay so practically you’re teaching the dog to stay and uh in that place so the cliff helps them to have a boundary you got it peter yes i do don’t be afraid of using uh a leash uh on a puppy this just gives you access they don’t go too far and the whole point is just learning to trust and respect the boundaries the love is the energy you’re using and having fun the food your usage there you go bam you pay for that so they have to understand that if they practice what i call calm surrender they’re going to get fed and that then that box becomes a point of reference where trust respect and love is being practiced and then they go on their own once once you practice a little bit more they just on their own go on that point of reference and you can use it for practicing obedience so what i’m doing right now i’m just getting a little bit more distance [Music] [Music] shhh [Music] [Music] so i’m gonna move out of that box as soon as he he sits down and relaxes that’s a jump then i’m gonna give him i’m gonna give him food and then i’m gonna get him off the point of reference there you go that was a good waiting remember stress respect love so you have to trust that he can figure it out and he have to respect what you are asking them to do which is stay in the point of reference and no matter what how much distractions are around so this is a brand new puppy this is the first time he’s doing it so there’s a lot of waiting in between there you go there you go and then you reward that and that’s the end of that exercise that’s trust respect love so you’re gonna end up waiting a lot with puppies so you’re gonna end up doing a lot of repetitions you can’t lose your patience with them and even it’s a whole bunch of destruction is actually better because this is exactly how they were learning in their natural habitat is you know the brothers and sisters have to be around and mother nature is around so they don’t hide to learn they’re actually exposed to learn that’s why i say natural simple profound when you’re teaching a puppy and this is the first time he’s doing it they they have no idea what you’re asking that’s why it has to be about trust and trusting the puppy that is going to figure it out and the puppy has to respect your guidance that’s where you become confident and play such a big role and once they do it which we waited uh you know a period of time you saw that he surrendered to the activity and that’s when you give love food or affection in this case i gave both food and affection and then the beautiful part about it is you pick the puppy that is the most outgoing at that time and then the rest are watching so now because you’re not teaching everybody else the other ones are not watching look the point of reference becomes a place where for trust respect and love so then they go and touch it so they can practice trust respect love point of reference you can always use it as a like a show dog moment look just to make the puppy feel good because we’re about to start step two which is taking a dog for a walk which it would allow a dog to practice follow play explore point of reference is a it’s a good starting point it allows them to understand rules about its limitations safe peace and love so food put it in there let him use the tongue more than anything then i’m getting excited look this is the easiest way to put a leash on a bobby see the reach in like a gold medal do it a few times go back to what he knows there you go make the loop beforehand put the loop boom he comes and put the the leash on it let him feel it associate it with the same activities he did earlier sitting down feeling proud being left not yet knee so relax so here i’m going to pay for relaxation but just wait some of the exercise you got to do is just to wait a little bit there you go that little moment super super important okay let’s do it again food in your hand close it make a little tunnel put it in the nose it’s almost like a peanut butter this is what kong sometimes are really helpful for puppies or for dogs then show boom nose eyes ears adjust the leash as he’s been doing it for a long time i understand being careful but when you’re too careful you actually provoke not provide like a nervous energy so just treat him like he’s done it a million times okay that’s what you have to practice first so so you have the the ability and the practice to adjust as you go look how beautiful the tail feels good boy so in the beginning i don’t i don’t want him to jump so i’m just going to carry him away from the point of reference so he knows that the only way he can come out is when the human takes him out don’t pull on the leash just motion the leash is only if he stops and just to keep him in in one not zig zagging look this is his first time so it’s a horse on that side you let him you let him experience it at a distance proximities that’s how they experience the world at a distance you’re going to adjust the leash again go back to where i was earlier check on it look don’t pull on the leash yet they follow motion they don’t follow pull so i’m introducing slowing down staying forward don’t go that way so i’m controlling the explore the fact that he looked at me i’m gonna reward that moment i’m going to cuddle that moment i’m going to make him feel safe i’m going to make him feel part of my pack because he’s following me so i want him to be part of my pack i want to reward good behavior right i want to give the love the joy and then we go back and do it again again calm confident wait for the right moment watch no tension on the leash the reason why puppies resist the leash for the first time because people pulled instead of just walk in front [Applause] and that my friends is how you begin to teach a puppy to be on a leash so you can do a natural simple profound activity that we call a fallow play explorer see you in the next one all right so step three um connecting with a puppy helping a puppy adapt to you to the environment and to how he’s going to learn with you and in your house so we have point of reference which is extremely helpful we have the walk which it allows the connection of going outside and then once you come back home that’s the time that you practice the crate are crates good crates are great because a dog needs to practice fight body motions he needs to stretch walk run then rest before he sleeps so a crate to me is a place where a dog can extend the amount of time when he goes into a resting state this is where uh you can see when people go in meditation mode or people going to a retreat mode or a yoga mode quiet mode that’s the equivalent of a crate so my boy right here after a good walk he’s ready to practice the crate so never put a good dog in the crate if exercise and mental stimulation has not been done yet so the crate is going to represent safe peace and love okay so for that you need a you need the brain to be in total calm surrender so the puppy doesn’t go into a fight flight avoidance or feel that he’s being trapped okay ready all right so this is why the point reference is so uh helpful you know especially with the crate i like now i’m going to help him associate point of reference with the crate he’s never been in the crate but he’s been in the point of reference now don’t let them come out of the crate yes to come surrender before he comes out of the crate and here’s the waiting game don’t look at the puppy just wait for the calm surrender remember we want the crate to represent the highest level of relaxation we want the crate to feel a place where they feel safe peace and love and we want the crate to represent resting state so right now is an alert state so it’s just a waiting game right now bam then you pay then you then you invite the puppy to come out again and then you make him go a little farther away because it’s a game get him a little excited here remember this is his first time going in he can be happy-go-lucky about it coming out he needs to learn to become surrendered about it okay so never close the gate when the brain is still excited or happy-go-lucky because then they’re gonna feel trapped now we’re gonna close the door after he becomes calm surrender one two three seconds in that state even more that was a big one i was not expecting that one so we pay then we get the puppy out sorry sorry we get the puppy out you got distracted don’t do anything if it gets a little bit nervous send them back to the nose so this moment he has to figure that out nothing bad is happening over there that’s part of the safe and the peace right now he just have to get fed from me or from anybody in the room um the nothing bad is happening over there so he got distracted but at the same time he got spooked so this touch is not to give him affection or to cuddle um what he is is just to help him snap out of it you can see it on his face he says he’s still a little bit unsure right now if even if i carry him or do it with the leash that’s not good for him he’s a little bit um like in shock so i want to remove the shock with something smelly all right all right back to play okay oh you still huh no once once it smells a little more powerful it’s going to get them excited watch also food has like expiration day like certain smells have like an expiration time [Applause] all right all right we got him back we got him back but there’s nothing in here [Applause] come back [Applause] this is also a moment to teach separation separation anxiety or not this is a moment where you can begin to teach separation so they don’t develop separation anxiety because a big mistake people makes with puppies is they don’t leave him alone which is unrealistic because that puppy will grow really fast puppyhood stages again from birth to eight months so that’s the shortest stage in the dog life and that’s when most people uh unconsciously lie to the dog reality right the dog reality is the human is going to go away one time at one point to go to work to go to school to go visit family or in some places they just don’t allow dogs so if a puppy doesn’t begin to understand that the human will separate from them right from the moment you get that puppy that puppy is going to develop what’s called separation anxiety so right now the separation is is is there you go then we close the door we asked for a few seconds nothing hard nothing strong so from the few seconds we were earlier now we’re going to wait for 10 seconds and that my friends is how you teach a puppy to go to point of reference that’s how you teach a puppy to walk on a leash and that’s how you teach your puppy to go in a crate all in one day guys i hope you enjoyed the video make sure you like subscribe and comment and join me in my mission of better humans better planet …

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