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  • Alin

    Member
    February 13, 2022 at 2:37 PM

    Gary,

    Welcome to the site. We have a Welcome page that puts the most important lessons you should focus on first.

    Welcome

    You can find this page in the menu under the members tab or in the lessons page.

  • Alin

    Member
    November 30, 2021 at 7:25 AM

    To fix the leash biting issue Robert usually recommends using two leashes. I’ll add this question to his AMA for today to understand what he means by using two leashes.

  • Alin

    Member
    November 14, 2021 at 8:57 AM

    You can really go with whatever sex of the dog you want. I have kids and the smallest is 3 and we have a male GSD with high drive.

    In terms of the commands that Robert uses – it’s the same commands you see anywhere.

    -Sit

    -Stay

    -Stand

    -Leave it

    -Heel

    -Speak

    -etc…

    If you want to ask really important training questions – please submit them to Robert directly. The community area is still fairly new and is still growing so some posts might go unanswered until we have a large amount of experience members.

    Here is the link to submit questions – https://robertcabral.com/member-questions/

    Ask Me Anything – Members

  • Alin

    Member
    November 12, 2021 at 6:09 PM

    Kyle,

    I added your question to Robert’s AMA. It was answered in todays video – last question.

    https://robertcabral.com/member-questions-11-12-21/

  • Alin

    Member
    October 1, 2021 at 8:39 PM

    I get mine from a local butcher. He sells them to me in a big bag with about 30lbs or so each time.

    I’d probably just call around and see what the butchers in your area can do.

    I’ve also heard of people who run farms and sell meat usually carry bones as well.

  • Alin

    Member
    October 1, 2021 at 12:31 PM

    Ellie have you watched all the tug videos? I’m pretty sure Robert has addressed your question.

    Clicking on this extremely long link should filter out tug videos – https://robertcabral.com/all-lessons/?current_page=1&search=tug&type=all&order=desc&posts_per_page=12¤t_page=1&orderby=recent&filter-categories=all&filter-instructors=all&view=grid

    All Lessons

  • Alin

    Member
    June 9, 2021 at 1:05 PM

    Hi Ellie,

    I’m far from the best person to ask for advice such as this as I am more the website guy who happens to own a German Shepherd and use Robert’s videos.

    I’m gonna add this question to Robert’s member ama videos. You can submit a question twice a week and Robert makes a video every Tueday and Thursday answering these question.

    The form can be found on the bottom of the Member Dashboard page – https://robertcabral.com/member-dashboard/

    You don’t need to submit this one as I will do it for you but keep that for future use. You can also go to the AMA archive page and search a keyword terms and see with video posts show up – then you can read through the questions and see if the video will have any type of answer that will help you for now. https://robertcabral.com/member-questions/

    Expect a direct answer from Robert in Friday’s video. Sorry I didn’t get to this notification sooner.

    Members Dashboard

  • Alin

    Member
    September 29, 2021 at 4:00 PM

    Cameron,

    At the top of the Community page, you will see a drop down that says Member Questions. There is a form there where members can submit any training question for Robert to answer. AMA (Ask Me Anything) Member Videos go up twice a week.

    You can view a archive of past videos and ever search certain keywords so only videos show up with the keyword you searched. If a member submitted a question like your search, the video will come up.

    The archive can be found here – https://robertcabral.com/member-questions/

    Ask Me Anything – Members

  • Alin

    Administrator
    September 2, 2021 at 8:08 AM

    I don’t see an issue with the links. Were they returning a 404 error?

  • Alin

    Member
    May 10, 2021 at 12:28 PM

    How did I forget we literally just put that lesson up!

    Thanks Riggan.

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