Today Pat Muller talks about how you can Train your dog in Minutes NOT MONTHS like some dog trainers like to train. She also explains why treats are seldom a good idea in training. We learn that dogs do not speak English and that we have to associate words with expected behavior. We also learn that the dogs name is not a command, imagine that!

Pat Muller is the Founder of Safe Landing – New Beginnings

– Owner and President of Quansa Kennels Inc.
– Inventor and patent holder of Q-Collar and Q-Calmer.
– Developer of the Manners In Minutes Training program and conducts these seminars throughout the United States and Canada.
– Past president, three terms, of the United States Lakeland Terrier Club.
– Breeder of AKC Airedale and Lakeland Terriers.
– She works with Veterans Service Dogs
– She woks with Children and Adults teaching pack behavior.

Contact Pat Muller by Phone 815-389-3754

or Contact her by email at:

PatMuller@safelandingsnewbeginnings.org

43 Comments

  1. Texxy82

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    realy crpy 😀

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  2. Graeme758

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Clearly nervous dog is overwhelmed with people and pees with the stress. Just look at that posture. Dogs don't pee in submission, they pee in fear. Why put her in that situation?
    lol, 'she waits til i touch her'. That's because she is pulled between to leashes. Laughable. Please, find other videos.

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  3. Graeme758

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I knew trainers and breeders like this in the 70s, full of weird ideas and opinions. Few with any substance, just a stream of consciousness, saying what ever comes into her head then ad hocing to justify it.

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  4. The Outlander

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I like this lady. Good training.

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  5. Jacob Proudheart

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I love your work.

    My only issue was the danger you put the dog and people in during the "anyone who wants to come up and pet her" You said you have not worked with this dog. I am guessing the room is new. The lead you said is new. And to prove I am right the dog pees instead of bites. Lucky response, could have gone either way. Very risky. Wait she also has a history of harassing kids? And you felt a room full of strangers, with a new handler, on a slick floor and echo room, was really the safest way to train this dog? Yes it worked, but what if instead of pee you had gotten the other response of "bark snap snarl, your crowding me!' RESPONSE

    WOW, you just said exactly what I was saying.. You don't let your kids go up to just anyone and hug them. So why did you have so many people come meet a new dog all at once?

    I am glad you exist. Please be careful.

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  6. C Mac

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Wow! Excellent video! Amazing training session to watch!

    Being in the looking phase of getting a dog, the point about expecting the new dog to automatically be fabulous because our past dog was….but not putting in all the labor is unfair, foolish, and basically selfish.

    Ok, she didn’t say like that.

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  7. Mary Quinn

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    The first video I found I really want to see how this beautiful dog changes in the next few weeks. Please show how she gets on.

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  8. van win

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I don’t like this at all

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  9. Debbie Senese

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    It is too coincidental to me that she had this dog for such a short amount of time, said she did NO training of it and was saving her for this demonstration, yet when she gets the dog to sit, it offers it's paw to her in a "shake". This wouldn't work for dogs who live in the city, dogs with kids or other pets…it needs to be taught commands to obey, and yes, I do want my dog to walk at my side so I'm not being pulled down our dirt road when a deer jumps out from the brush across the way.

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  10. J B

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    good stuff!!

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  11. Leith Ridire

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Let me inform some of you here.

    She isn't being harsh, shes being strict.

    Children and Puppies are different, and are taught differently. Dogs should not be raised like people. They are DOGS! PETS!

    Don't get me wrong, dogs should still be treated with love and respect. After all they're our most adorable companions. But never feel bad for putting him or her in its place when in need of immediate correction!

    Great video!

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  12. TwentyOneCranks

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I like her method in training. I’m a trainer myself. I train the foster dogs we take in and the rescues. My German Shepherd mix was trained with dog food and positive reinforcement. What I enjoy about her way of training was that she was kind, yet assertive. She didn’t harm the puppy in any way shape or form, but she was firm in telling her what to do. The dog learned things that may have taken longer for any other type of training. Don’t get me wrong, other training methods are great as well, but this seems very affective. The tether from the rafters seemed a bit unnerving but it didn’t harm the puppy at all. At first the puppy seemed nervous about it, but soon she realized it would not harm her. I really like what Pat did here. Keep up the good work. ?

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  13. Michael Irschick

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I did watch to the end and I must say I find this despicable. Being invaded by 20 people all at once, the poor animal is in fear, hence it weed on the floor. The jerking of the leash is unacceptable. The constant 'praising' whilst talking is totally confusing, I would never let this woman near any of my dogs,. Ever…

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  14. Art in a Small Town

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    such a sweetheart dog…

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  15. Patrice Thiessen

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I abhor this video….and feel so sorry for the dog in it!! Horrible example of "training" which is little more than psychological and physical abuse repeated over and over again in the name of training.

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  16. bhanshee123

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Old scool training. nothing more! and so poor.

    active learning is the key. dogs can learn a good dealmore when they are integrated in the family and will be teached by using active learning (vs. reactive)

    engagement and confidence are much better to teach a dog.
    I know this, because i have trained my dogs before also in reactive way.

    now, so i trained my dog in active way without leash (excluded critical sitiuations) its is so easy. the dogs try every thing to please and learn so fast and permanent. I can't believe, that there are still people, who follow pat miller.
    Yes it works. But it is – i dont find words.

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  17. SHES GONE

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I absolutely love this video. The only thing I completely disagree with is having the children give the dog a hug. Having kids grab a dog that does not know them is way too dangerous. I've seen way too many dog bites to the faces of kids…

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  18. Mrs Lisa M Brown

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    good video? I don't agree with her all her tactics or environment especially after a dog has been abused. I don't like the green rope…feels like it's going to be hung. the environment is cold and unwelcoming except for the kids. trainer seems knowledgeable and experienced, but not very warm compare to some other trainers. I'll be praying for her and her doggies.

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  19. Kyla Nicholson

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Cool

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  20. freeda does all the things

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    This is so good. What is the name of the lady or training center?

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  21. Im a fan of stuff kill me

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    She's just talking about the dog -_-

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  22. Lynn Kelly

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    When Pat starts walking the dog with a loose leash, she is pointing out that the dog is doing so well and yet has never been on a leash before like it is great that the dog isn't pulling but actually the dog is pulling and straining against the tie down that is attached to the ceiling.

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  23. Yolanda Alejandrino

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Britain got talent

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  24. MICHELE GMITROWSKI

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    What if we don't have a place like you do where the green leash is attached to her constantly?

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  25. Barbara McFarland

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    This is a great video!! I was totally unsure of getting an older puppy that had not been trained and this video should me it could be done. Thanks!!

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  26. Wise Warrior's Path

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    the dog looks beat up

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  27. hodoku dogtraining

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    A few things strike me about this footage. Firstly, the actual breed of the dog is relatively unimportant. The dog does have stress and insecurity issues for sure. However, as can be seen the trick, or skill is that everything is done with calm and patience. I spend my time undoing the damage done to dogs by people. Usually people who dont know any better.

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  28. Peter Darley

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    TOP RATE! ***

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  29. Ankush Bhaskar

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Nice dogs

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  30. DENNISrelaxing music HUTCHINSON

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

  31. Lynette Jacobs

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I am so very impressed with these videos….. thank you for making them and i plan to study them well. I have a great dane puppy that we will be teaching to be a balance support for me. I have trained other dogs in obedience before as well as horses so im hoping that i can learn a lot and be able to help my puppy Angel learn before my disability gets too advanced.

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  32. Desi and the family

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Good god what are you feeding her???not even on the b.a.r.f diet it cost that much maybe on origin freeze dried.

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  33. Desi and the family

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Mmmmm, thatz not a German shepherd and their not food driven their toy drven my dad worked in the k9 unit in Detroit Michigan. Why are you not using hand signals or a clicker?? In any of your videos???

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  34. Tricia Texas

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I feel sorry for EZ.  Were her previous owners abusive toward her?  I cry when I see dogs walking the streets at night.  Hell, I even call 911.  I know they will call Animal Control & make sure the dog is picked up & taken care of.   I LOVE dogs !!

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  35. Jessie Bobadilla

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    This lady may seem harsh but she is very intelligent. I got a pure bread red and black male german shepard 8 months old. His previous owner neglected to train him or spend any time with him. The dog was left alone all day and night everyday. Imagine. I didn't know this when I got him. He is totally out of control never socialized. He has separation anxiety, leash agression & many other problems. He has back, neurological and orthopedic health problems. Long story short. You have to show the dog who is in control. Not physically show the dog but mentally. With no control the dog will take over and then when you get sick of him you will pass him on to another and this is why we have so many animals in rescues and pounds. I learned You have to educate yourself about the breed and training before making a big but rewarding comitment. I neutered my dog which did help with animal agression. This video was very very helpful to me. Amen to the trainer in this video. She definetly knows what she is doing. Even as she is talking during the video listen everything she says is true. I learned through a lot of trial and error with my dog that any "Head Collar" is the fastest way to get results within seconds for dogs who pull on the leash.

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  36. Art 333

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    Her outfit is very distracting unwatchable

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  37. Megan Hadley

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    The dog does seem scared, but as she said the dog had been with owners who didn't interact with her, and now she's in this strange environment with a bunch of strange people. She says towards the beginning that they had her tied up under the porch and kept her in a kennel. They didn't train her or work with her at all. At 17:29 she explains that her owners gave her up. I'm not arguing about the approach she's using bc I'm not an expert OR a trainer. Just wanted to point that out that the dog's behavior isn't just because of the trainer or the coach, but bc of her history.

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  38. crazytomboy xxx29

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    her name easy

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  39. CACalters

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I would turn off comments on these videos. These commenters are nuts.

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  40. Delores Russell

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I've just starting watching your show and I agree with what you're doing. L will be getting a service puppy to help train in the New Year and I thik that many of the things you do will woek.I have one question though. Depending on what the dog is trained for does it really take up to two years to have them ready todo the testing? I live in BC Canada and our premier has decided with others of course, that a service dog that is not trained at a special schoolmust take a test which has 50 yes, fifty. If they miss one task or don't do it right they fail and have to do t it over again.after six months. By watching your videos I have already learned a lot, like not just doing the lessons in class but doing them at home as well. I really appreciate it.
    thank you very much

    Delores Russell from Vancouver BC

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  41. ruth lippke

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    The Original Owners did that. God bless you Pat for saving her.

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  42. Katelyn Lockwood

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I took my puppy from a dog foster home about a year ago. I love him to bits; he has a great personality, and I feel that he loves our family so much. BUT he barks A LOT. . So, leaving home is always a challenge for us.
    My husband and I were thinking about taking him to 'doggy school', but then again, it’s extremely expensive, and the nearest 'doggy school' is far away from us. Maybe you have some advice? THANK YOU!!!!

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  43. snowballs442

    June 26, 2018 at 4:16 am

    I was expensive but worth every penny

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