Are you in on the hunt for training videos for your bluenose pitbull?
We’ve got what you need right here. From training your pit to be a protection dog for your family to just basic training, you can find it all in the content below.
From hand commands to getting your pit to ‘stay’ in an imaginary kennel, you just have to keep reading to see what kind of fun and useful videos we have come up with!
Training Videos for Your Bluenose Pitbull
13 weeks old: Might just be the cutest training video! Someone has spent some time training her the basics. That is what your pit (and any dog) need, are the basics and then you can have fun and go from there. You have to check this out if for nothing else than how cute she is!
Hand commands and toys: I like this videos (and the dog is super cute! Or maybe I just like Pitbulls). He talks to you about using a ball or toy that your pit likes in order to keep his attention and follow your commands. He also reminds you that training takes time, and if you spend a week trying to get a command down and he doesn’t have it, do not give up.
Using the ‘place’ command: This is something I had actually never heard of before today. I like the idea though, she talks about how using this is like having an invisible kennel for him to be in. He learns that he goes to his spot when you say ‘place’ (or whatever other word you use, but you have to be consistent) and then he stays there until you tell him ‘ok’ or ‘exit’.
Training the ultimate protection dog: I wasn’t quite sure about this video at first, but the longer I watched it I really liked it. They are training dogs to be protective but not aggressive. The kinds of things that you want your pup or dog to know in order to be able to protect your family but still be an amazing family dog at the same time, this is the video to watch.
Finding good training videos for your blue nose pitbull that don’t include any way to be aggressive might seem difficult but one click on YouTube and you can find so many great training videos at your fingertips! Many people think that pitbulls are aggressive by nature, so let’s help to break that stereotype and raise some really great dogs!