How to train your dog to weight pull - 101

  • Am Vor 5 years

    Bully MaxBully Max

    Dauer: 05:05

    Sam of the Dela Cruz bloodline offers some great advise on how to get your dog started in the beneficial sport of weight pulling. Weight pulling isn't only a great way to keep your dog in shape, it's also an excellent way to form a strong and lasting bond with your pet. Interested in learning more about this sport? - Visit www.iwpa.net/
    The Dela Cruz bloodline is the home to "Sancho" & White Dragon. White Dragon recently took home a 1st place win at the UPF Nationals. Dungeon Kennel is proudly sponsored by Bully Max Dog Supplements: bullymax.com - Video produced by: BullyBadAssTV™

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Would a pitbull blue healer mix be able to do this?

Vor year
Alex Narruhn
Alex Narruhn

Thanks bro

Vor 2 years
Kellsey Osterhout
Kellsey Osterhout

Great video!!! Amazing breed. Its funny that some people would think its inhumane. These dogs are built for this and its a great dog sport. Just like horses pull wagons😁

Vor 2 years
perflipisklup
perflipisklup

I have a 2 year old whippet and she's very energetic and driven. Could this be good for her?

Vor 2 years
Kevin Roy
Kevin Roy

This is awesome! I wanna train my Bourbel with this!

Vor 2 years
alfonso villarreal
alfonso villarreal

Where can I get those harness?

Vor 2 years
vishalmakesnoise
vishalmakesnoise

I have a 60 lbs GSD mixed breed that I 'walk' for about 45 mins to an hour a day. She is a strong puller who generally pulls with full force, which is why I have a harness that puts the strain on her chest area rather than the front of her throat. I haven't stopped or trained her against this because I use the walk for a workout for myself, gradually shortening the leash during the walk and exercising my own arms, chest and shoulders by using the resistance from her pulling. And also since it's not damaging to her I find the added strain gives her a good amount of exercise as well. I wanted to know if this type of exercise and the muscles being utilized are similar to the weight pull training? She even has a similar lower body posture with the legs like those dogs towards the end of the video pulling on the tracks, when she really wants to pull towards a scent that's caught her attention.

Vor 2 years
Johnny Blaze
Johnny Blaze

Hey where do I get a chihuahua harness?

Vor 2 years
STAR X BASE
STAR X BASE

Can I use it for my 1 year old Rottweiler and 7 month old cane corso?

Vor 2 years
206 guy
206 guy

I didn't get 2 minutes in before I had to hit the like button, bro has some knowledge..

Vor 2 years
Christopher Dixon
Christopher Dixon

4:06 Feeling Like the Champ!

Vor 2 years
Andrew Thompson
Andrew Thompson

Thanks mate. Nice work very trustworthy.

Vor 2 years
Rylie makenzie_
Rylie makenzie_

Great video, very informative. We own a 45# male red nose Apbt that we stated late with but hes improving.

Vor 2 years
a n
a n

Do bully breeds have a pulling drive similar to huskies and samoyeds? I'd think that would help with the training. Maybe sled dogs could have fun with this.

Vor 2 years
Joaquin Orosco
Joaquin Orosco

My dog is 4 months old . Is that a good age to start ?

Vor 2 years
S J
S J

How often during the week do I let my dog weight pull?

Vor 3 years
racer exile
racer exile

your ears are AWESOME, bro!!! great info and great video. thank you very much. do you have tips for building confidence and courage in the dog? is it too late for strength training if my dog is a skinny adult shepherd mix? god bless.

Vor 3 years
Jesus Diaz
Jesus Diaz

Can any pit bull get ripped by working them out and feeding them bully max

Vor 3 years
Christopher Follosco
Christopher Follosco

where can you buy the equipment?

Vor 3 years
Bully Max
Bully Max

Here's a great start: http://www.iwpa.net/Equipment_Resources.html

Vor 3 years
BROWN KENNELS
BROWN KENNELS

It's always good to see the change, and people doing the right things with the apbt

Vor 3 years
ReturnOf MeeCh
ReturnOf MeeCh

I have a one year old pit bull is it too late for me too train her.!

Vor 3 years
Bully Max
Bully Max

A year old is an excellent time to start.

Vor 3 years
Josiah Hernandez
Josiah Hernandez

i have a question on how to train my 8 month pit bull do u mind giving me ur #

Vor 3 years
Brad Stewart
Brad Stewart

where'd you get that harness? I'm looking for a harness like that for my 4 1/2 month old puppy 1/2 husky 1/2 great Pyrenees

Vor 3 years
Bully Max
Bully Max

Here's a great place to start: http://www.iwpa.net/Equipment_Resources.html

Vor 3 years
Lovel Rivas
Lovel Rivas

this park is in Lakewood CA

Vor 3 years
Kaysha Seamons
Kaysha Seamons

I don't think it's a bad thing to make your dog stronger just as long as you don't go over the limit what he's doing in this video is completely fine but like if you like give them like a hundred fifty pounds to pull then that's going way over the limit air arms they've had extensive training

Vor 3 years
buddy Boy
buddy Boy

donde puedo conprar un pull harness???THX

Vor 3 years
Damian Woźniak
Damian Woźniak

Hello,i have a 9 month amstaff ,can he do wieght pulling or is he too young?if yes how much weight can he pull?

Vor 3 years
mandylynn Ayala
mandylynn Ayala

I'd like to involve my bully in weight pulling? he's almost 3. is it too late to train. he's got so much energy and is very strong.

Vor 3 years
Corey Couch
Corey Couch

i started my 10 month old pit on a regular harness tied some rope to a homemade skid had her pull it with treats put in front of her shaking them shell stop and go stop and go but im working with her but a regular harness would be good throw some padding on the shoulders be artistic with it

Vor 3 years
E J
E J

Hi, Bully Max, LLC, Awesome video. Where I can buy that harness?. Thanks for your answer.

Vor 3 years
HalfLifeAMD
HalfLifeAMD

awesome video! kick ass harnesses also.

Vor 4 years
Jason Hebert
Jason Hebert

Thanks bro I'm just start. You real show the basic what to start out with for no injury Keep the the good clips I'm going to follow you

Vor 4 years
Maria Montgomery
Maria Montgomery

how much weight should a full grown pit pull ?

Vor 4 years
Aditya Korde
Aditya Korde

What is a good age to start this sport and how much weight should I begin with? Really important for my Dogo Argentino. Urgent.

Vor 3 years
Bully Max
Bully Max

It will depend on the bloodline. However, if the dog is line bred correctly, the parent's weight should be a good rule of thumb. If the dog is scatter bred, the weight of the offspring will vary.

Vor 3 years
Biebers Queen
Biebers Queen

where do you purchase the gear ?

Vor 4 years
Charlotte Hoberg
Charlotte Hoberg

I have an American Bulldog mix and am wondering if mixbreed dogs can compete in something like this? I run with him and he is very lean and muscular, so now that his body fat % is down, I want to bulk him up.

Vor 4 years
Bully Max
Bully Max

Absolutely. These sports are ideal for all working breeds.

Vor 3 years
Flintstone 420
Flintstone 420

When using Bully Max is it best to give it to your dog before the workout or after the workout Thanks

Vor 4 years
Bully Max
Bully Max

We recommend feeding Bully Max 30 minuets after a workout

Vor 3 years
Judy Schmidt
Judy Schmidt

Where do u buy the buy the weight harness

Vor 4 years
Ocean Martin
Ocean Martin

I am starting Rocky on pulling, he is 13 mo. . I would like to know more on the harnesses and where to order one. Rocky is a 70# Staff., who loves to pull! I am interested in him doing Dry land Mushing.

Vor 4 years
Gabrielle Morrison
Gabrielle Morrison

Stillwater kennel supply has great harnesses

Vor 4 years
Jesspher Ong
Jesspher Ong

Nice video..Thanks!!

Vor 4 years
Mark Fisher
Mark Fisher

Hi, just for the sake of clarification the video says 50 to 75 yards there and back counts as one rep, does this mean 50 yards out and 50 yards back or 25 yards out and 25 yards back equals one rep ?

Vor 4 years
ArchangelRob ArchangelRob
ArchangelRob ArchangelRob

yes I have a question were do u buy the weight harness for the pit bull dogs!

Vor 4 years
Cowboy
Cowboy

ebay....

Vor 4 years
sukitezy32
sukitezy32

nice been trying to get my dog to pull weight but she wont pull once she feels the rope is tight on her. think ill try walking her with a leash after watching this video

Vor 4 years
Israel Galicia
Israel Galicia

where can I get a harness for my pit

Vor 4 years
Cowboy
Cowboy

they sell those shits on ebay....

Vor 4 years
Israel Galicia
Israel Galicia

where can I get a harness for my pit

Vor 4 years
Kevin Noack
Kevin Noack

where will i get a harness like that for my boerboel?

Vor 4 years
Jarad Taylor
Jarad Taylor

Wear can I get the pull harness just like the red one in this video.

Vor 4 years
GamerHop Music
GamerHop Music

planning on getting our bullies into some weight pulling! come check us out for the latest updates on our dames ,sires, pups and breeding !

Vor 4 years
Javier Limon
Javier Limon

What is the name of that big leash on the pit

Vor 4 years
Yarumalito Sangre
Yarumalito Sangre

wise words

Vor 4 years
Guardian Bullies
Guardian Bullies

Nice!

Vor 4 years
Nolan king
Nolan king

can you win money doing this

Vor 4 years
Kali Reaper
Kali Reaper

Well Done!

Vor 4 years
Giyas Isagoff
Giyas Isagoff

track???

Vor 4 years
Mike Flanagan
Mike Flanagan

Kudos on the well done video. Looking at possibly training my dog for this.

Vor 4 years
SOODZ SOODHOLZ
SOODZ SOODHOLZ

great video

Vor 4 years
John Acosta
John Acosta

very educational video, will pups(7wks-10months) still show a big difference in muscle mass using bully max?

Vor 4 years
John Acosta
John Acosta

+Bully Max, LLC I know you said to not start training your pup to weight pull until around a year but that bulldog seems young?

Vor 4 years
Bully Max
Bully Max

+John Acosta Yes, absolutely. Bully Max is designed for dogs ages 7 weeks and older. There is no age limit.

Vor 4 years
Indica Blue
Indica Blue

do they have this in the uk? if not most people have Staffordshire Bull Terriers I know do you think Staffin could do this & be OK? they're very similar dogs to Pittbulls.

Vor 4 years
Blake H
Blake H

@Julian Smith I was commenting that because the breeds are similiar. I assumed Stafforshire Bull Terriers could do that if my AmStaff could

Vor 4 years
Julian Smith
Julian Smith

+Blake H I think she's referring to staffordshire bull terriers not amstaffs. But yes I know a number of people who do weight pulling with the small staffys as well.

Vor 4 years
Jennie Hickman
Jennie Hickman

yes are you Brandon's sister

Vor 4 years
Blake H
Blake H

I have an American Staffordshire Terrier who does so I don't see the problem

Vor 4 years
Alex Blackburn
Alex Blackburn

Very informative thanks for the video. Do you guys make your own harnesses or have a place you buy them?

Vor 4 years
Aaron Trompeter
Aaron Trompeter

Thank you for the video, Bully Max.

Vor 4 years
deadgame3500
deadgame3500

good video man! some great info.

Vor 4 years
Andrey Augusto
Andrey Augusto

por favor aonde posso encontrar esse peitoral ? queria saber o nome realmente pois não sei alguém pode me ajudar ?

Vor 4 years
redstorebums951
redstorebums951

any clubs or events in southern california?

Vor 4 years
Bully Max
Bully Max

+redstorebums951 I would check into this event: Central California Bully Showdown 2Saturday, March 19, 2016249 S. AltaDinuba, CA 93618 For More Information: 559-397-1543 or 559-741-3927 bulldogs4u559@gmail.comJudges: James Feltus, Robert Lee, Ricardo Martinez STD/CL/P/XL/SB/FB/EB

Vor 4 years
Tony Cox
Tony Cox

Great video. Thank you for making it for us.

Vor 4 years
ROOT S
ROOT S

So where and how can I find someone to customize a harness?

Vor 5 years
ROOT S
ROOT S

@The Garlic Farm Thanks

Vor 4 years
The Garlic Farm
The Garlic Farm

Nooksack racing supply can make any harness you need. They specialize in dogsled equipment but will make wieght pull harnesses. nooksackracing.com

Vor 4 years
Extrevlog Vlog
Extrevlog Vlog

What you think whit my bullmastiff can pull weight

Vor 5 years
donkykóng
donkykóng

i'm thinking about starting this with my dog a staffie he is 10 months atm weighing 23kg but a few things that are worrying me like injuries how to prevent n what to look out for. i'm not looking to enter competitions or any thing like that he just has a lot of energy and I would like to be able to burn it off like atm we walk 10+ miles a day have an hour or so playing catch tug fetch etc in the garden and plays with the cat and when it comes to the end of the night he is still bouncing off the walls (would run but have no cartilage in my knee and a few more gym injuries that stop me from doing so) a few tips and a bit of help would go a long way thanks

Vor 5 years
SeaPeoplesDidNothingWrong
SeaPeoplesDidNothingWrong

get a few feet of pvc 1 inch and side it over his leash, you can run him next to your car, without worrying about him running under it.

Vor 4 years
Jacob Morales
Jacob Morales

Hey can you get me in contact with somebody and we'll customize a harness for me I live in Kansas City Missouri

Vor 5 years
deadgame3500
deadgame3500

+Jacob Morales (ma05265@gmail.com) Mike Apaga

Vor 4 years
Wolfhair
Wolfhair

I saw a Bulldog puppy there. Very nice i love bulldogs. So i was watching this video and i wondered... cause i mean intact dogs do weight pulling sports better right? I mean a castrated dog would never be able to do that kind of stuff i mean never ever. Just wonderin if for example somone got their dogs balls chopped off would they still be able to do an extreme sport like this? Not that i castrayed any of mine i am against castration. Just wondering if someone with a eunuch dog can pull so much weight and be freakishly strong basically.

Vor 5 years
The Garlic Farm
The Garlic Farm

+Wolfhair Any dog can train and compete in weight pulling. Male, female, neutered, spayed or intact doesn't matter. Any breed can be part of this sport. There is a class for dogs that weigh less than 10 pounds. Boston Terriers do very well in their weight class. I have seen everything from animal shelter mutts to English Mastiffs and a greyhound in weight pull competitions.

Vor 4 years
Bliss Wolf
Bliss Wolf

Does your pit have to be pure bred to do Weight pulling?

Vor 5 years
Paper Machine World Wide
Paper Machine World Wide

I want to this but I want to do it to my Doberman

Vor 5 years
Jake Thompson
Jake Thompson

Can I buy one of there for a Chesapeake Bay Retriever Labrador mix???

Vor 5 years
surescratch
surescratch

Nice video man. Way to educate people. Nice

Vor 5 years
surescratch
surescratch

@surescratch I mean that in a good way, just had to say that because someone might take me as being sarcastic.

Vor 5 years
barley08
barley08

What is a good age to start weight pulling? I have a 8wk old Rottweiler/pitbull mix.

Vor 5 years
schradeya
schradeya

@The Garlic Farm Oh sweet, I didn't know you could get harnesses small enough for puppies! Oh man I bet they're adorable! I just assumed they didn't make them for puppies, so I've never even looked never even looked. (Well... I know what ya get when you _ass_*u*_me_!) Yeah, then DEFINITELY DO NOT improvise a harness when you can get a properly made, safe one. And I love that they aren't designed to pull much weight. I'm super paranoid about putting too much strain on a young puppy, but at the same time I want to get them started as soon as possible. You don't want to miss out on those formative first few months to instil the values of good behavior and basic training, and, more importantly, the bond that comes with those. You just have to find that balance. Oh, and you make an *excellent point* about not letting the dog do _anything else_ while the harness is on! As soon as he gets used to it - which I would say is when he stops fussing with it, when he lets you put it on and goes on as if it's not there - then it's time to learn that when the harness goes on, ya gotta get down to business. *OP, listen to this guy!* He really knows his stuff! How many dogs do you have, Garlic Farm? What kind(s) are they now? Are they all WP and/or sled dogs? I'd love a big, fuzzy, warm pack of sled dogs, but I live in Texas, lol. Not a lot of opportunity for sledding around here! But it's a pretty great place for pit bulls (pibbles! :3), and we definitely want our next dog to be a pit too. They're just such amazing, loyal, devoted, intelligent, and - contrary to popular and maddening belief - sweet and goofy and gently and loving dogs! And WOW! I can't believe you have a 17 year old dog, too! We have a dog that same age! How is that one doing? We only have 2 dogs anymore: Samson, the one who is 17, is a biggo yellow lab and APBT mix about 60lb, and Westley, who is 6, is a Heinz-57 who looks like a small Malinois, only ~40lb. We just lost Samson's wife Delilah just a couple months ago to Cancer. She was over 15 and a biiiiig goofy pit bull, with a little boxer thrown in for good measure, and was healthy and full of energy and life right up to the end. Westley's my little athlete and puller (more for strength and health and fun, not really competitive), but Samson doesn't do anything fun, hehe. I doubt I could ever get Samson to pull anything on purpose. He's just old and cantankerous and stubborn, and if he doesn't feel like (or see the point of) doing something, he _won't_, and ya can't make him! He's always been that way as long as I've known him (he was my husband's dog for 10 years before we met), and it's certainly not gonna change now, at his age! He's a little shit, but he's _our_ little shit, and we love him. He's is pretty healthy for his age, all things considered, but doesn't get around too well anymore because of his back end. It's strange, his hips are _perfectly fine_ (which is crazy for an older lab mix!), it's just his *knees* that are the problem. The vet thinks he actually injured them somehow, though we certainly didn't see it happen, so I dunno. He takes his meds and has his good days and bad days, but he's still quite happy and gets excited for food and going out and riding in the car, and any kind of pats and scratches and loving. He definitely can't walk very far or for very long these days, so we got him a nice big Radio Flyer wagon, and we actually let Westley pull him around in it sometimes when we go on walks! Samson looooves being a spectacle in that wagon, and he's really good and still and just lays there watching the world roll by, surveying his kingdom. Really they both love it! Westley has fun doing His Job, and he feels all important and proud cus he's Helping. They're too damn cute and they get soooo much attention from people when they see them like that. People always say, "Oh you can tell who's the smart one" and "Boy I wish somebody would pull _me_ around like that" so we tell them that, hey when you're 120 years old, we'll gladly pull you around too! ;) People can hardly believe he's 17, it's just so great an age for a dog, especially one his size. Oh I do hope your old dog is doing well! All of your dogs!

Vor 4 years
The Garlic Farm
The Garlic Farm

+schradeya Most harness makers will make puppy size harnesses. My puppy harnesses are sledding harnesses that don't have a spreader bar like a freight harness. They would not be good for heavy weights but they work for puppy training. The smallest IWPA class is for dogs under 10 pounds. A harness for those dogs should fit a normal size puppy. I wouldn't improvise a harness when the real thing is available. Letting the puppy get used to wearing the harness is the first thing to do. Once the pup does any pulling I don't let him do anything else while wearing the harness. I want the dog to know the harness means it's time to work. This conversation makes me want to get a new pup to start training. The youngest dog in my kennel turns 11 next week. The oldest just turned 17. They are the remnants of my last sled team. I won't be getting a new dog until most of the old ones are gone. The next dog will probably be an APBT.

Vor 4 years
schradeya
schradeya

@The Garlic Farm ^^ YES, listen to this guy! That sounds perfect! :) The only thing I could add to that at all is that IMO you can start getting your pup used to _wearing_ the harness as early as you'd like! I personally don't think they're ever too young to get used to things like harnesses and leashes, people touching them all over, and basics like that with positive reinforcements, as long as sessions are in very short bursts (because of attention span like The Garlic Farm said) *and* as long as they _can't hurt themselves_ on equipment or anything. You probably won't find a harness small enough for a tiny puppy (lol I hope not), but you can totally improvise one, if you're careful, just with strips of canvas or rope or whatever and tying it around them where the harness will sit, just to get them used to the sensation. A LOT of puppies initially dislike or don't understand the feeling of the harness, so there's nothing wrong with getting them started early. I would recommend giving out plenty of praise and treats when you're first getting pup used to the harness, like treating and praising and playing the whole time the harness is on them (even if he's being naughty and biting at it and/or whining, at least at first), so that they associate Harness with Good Things and Fun from a very early age. If you do use an improvised harness, just make sure you don't leave it on for very long and NEVER take your eyes off your pup while he's "wearing" it, just because it's really not made for that and, you know puppies, the wiggly wily little guys can easily find a way to eat it or get all caught up in it lol! I'd just wrap a little rope around his chest, give him a million treats and kisses, and take it right back off, and just do that a couple times a week or whatever. The Garlic Farm, what do you think of that? Good idea, bad idea? Waste of time?

Vor 4 years
The Garlic Farm
The Garlic Farm

+qbinn I used to start harness training at about 4 months old. Younger dogs don't have a long enough attention span. When I start training there is just enough weight to keep tension on the tugline. When the dog is confident with the harness I start building up to 1/3 of the dog's weight. At 7-8 months I work up to the dog's weight. This is training time, not muscle building time. I start strength training at about 15 months old.

Vor 4 years
schradeya
schradeya

@qbinn You really need to wait at least A YEAR, preferably a bit longer, before asking your puppy to pull any significant weight. Their little bones and joints are not fully grown and fused until a year old, and _any_ strenuous activity can cause irreversible damage to their body that isn't apparent until adulthood. Puppies shouldn't run for any extended period, jump from any height, play-wrestle too roughly... in fact they're actually pretty fragile! But that doesn't mean you can't get started! They *should* play while wearing the harness, practice pulling without any weight, learn the commands, and just generally puppy-play however they're inclined, but they should never be asked or allowed to do any physically hard work until at least one year old.

Vor 5 years
Elisha Zoe Del Valle
Elisha Zoe Del Valle

Dope

Vor 5 years
Lobo`s Tv Channel
Lobo`s Tv Channel

so I have 10month old ast and he is very big and powerfull, I`m thinking of doing this..when should i start? 

Vor 5 years
MACH SPIN BITCH PRODUCTIONS
MACH SPIN BITCH PRODUCTIONS

I need a harness. I have a small dog. She would be great at weigh pulling!

Vor 5 years
MACH SPIN BITCH PRODUCTIONS
MACH SPIN BITCH PRODUCTIONS

thank you!

Vor 5 years
Fitness Model Josh Wolfe
Fitness Model Josh Wolfe

How do I get a customized harness????? Where do I go???? Or can I make one?

Vor 5 years
Danielle Bishop
Danielle Bishop

Brown Dog Design Harnesses

Vor 5 years
Barry N. Duncan Jr.
Barry N. Duncan Jr.

Great video!

Vor 5 years
anthony gallardo
anthony gallardo

Where can you find a weight pulling harnesses

Vor 5 years
anthony gallardo
anthony gallardo

@schradeya k thanks I really appreciate the info

Vor 5 years
schradeya
schradeya

@anthony gallardo :) Happy to help! I just love dogs! Oh, and I should have mentioned... While prices can be all over the place, from everywhere I've looked, the average difference _seems_ to only be about 10$ (US) between sized and custom, for my dog's size. I've found generic ones for 45$ and (good) custom ones for 55$. So IMO if you're already paying 45 for a sized one, you might as well drop another 10 bucks for a hand made one that's going to fit your dog perfectly.

Vor 5 years
anthony gallardo
anthony gallardo

@schradeya thanks for the info

Vor 5 years
schradeya
schradeya

@anthony gallardo CDPits: http://www.itsmysite.com/cgi-bin/itsmy/go.exe?page=2&domain=1&webdir=cdpits Table Rock: http://www.tablerockharness.com/WeightPullHarnesses.htm These two shops take full custom measurements, rather than doing standard sizes. I have to have custom because my dog is a very weird shape, with a deeeeeeeeep chest, very high tummy tuck, short neck, and narrow body. Even if your dog is fairly standard shaped, I would still recommend a custom, made to measure harness just to make sure your dog is the most comfortable and safe he can be.

Vor 5 years
Danielle Bishop
Danielle Bishop

Brown Dog Design Harnesses

Vor 5 years

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