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43 Comments

  1. Bryan Arri

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Zak – our rescue Aussie is 3 and is very well mannered, but she doesn't seem to want to play. She really likes laying down in our bed, and rarely wants to leave it. Any suggestions to get her out of her shell?

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  2. Angie B

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    how do you keep your dog from smelling your privates
    or how do you keep him from humping
    or how do you keep him from jumping when he's so excited
    this is my first dog

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  3. Jessica Hammage

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    My adult dog runs off in the park to scavenge when he loses his focus, or is getting tired. It's frustrating because his recall is gone and he has a pretty high drive for his ball, but even that won't get his attention. I have to go and run to him and pull him away from whatever decaying thing he's found to eat. It's embarrassing and dangerous. I have muzzle trained him, but then he can't be rewarded with a ball and other people and their dogs avoid us. One owner even asked why he wasn't muzzled the second time they saw us (first time with a muzzle) and was convinced he was an unsafe dog, despite showing no aggressive behaviours! I have also used a long line, but it's super annoying and he doesn't even attempt to forage when he has it on, because he knows I can stop him before he gets the opportunity :/ I can only throw the ball five or so times and then it's on the leash, before he gets even slightly tired. There's a tasty rotting baguette in the buses-that's 10000x better than the cheese/hotdogs/chicken in my hands, even if he doesn't care fir bread at home. I also sprinkle treats in the grass for him, so can satisfy his scavenging in a safer way, but he literally doesn't care to work for the food. It's frustrating and makes no sense. He is otherwise a perfect dog, he was by no means perfect when he adopted him two years ago, but now he regularly gets compliments for his behaviour. Thrre isn't even anywhere for dogs to be let off in the UK where it's all concrete, or cut grass. Everywhere is shared with people and has greenery, so everywhere has a place for him to scavenge – we have at least 24 places that we go to walk and can't successfully manage the behaviour at any of them, without using a leash. Please help with this unique problem. He was a stray and so probably had to scavenge to survive at one point, he used to be half his weight now when we got him 🙁

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  4. Norma Vega

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    My puppy will not stay for periods of a time. He is 8 month old yorkie

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  5. ShadowKids

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Are labourdoddles a good dog for a acreage??

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  6. White Raven Shed

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Is it ok to use bits of cheese as training treats? I don't eat or cook meat, but i hate giving my dog the store bought treats that are full of chemicals…

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  7. Jilly Bean

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Bourbon is an Australian STUMPY and NOT an Australian Cattle Dog…

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  8. Jojo Ahmed

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Zak, I really need your help, I’m getting a new dog ? but when they have mistakes or do something bad, how do I punish them or tell them they’re wrong?

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  9. Cindy Brace

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your free videos. I’ve had dogs in the past and for different reasons they seemed “difficult” pets. I thought it was the breed, intelligence level or lack of training so i got a breed that was a little expensive and paid for some dog training classes at one of the big chain pet stores. The trainer concluded that my pet was a little difficult because she didn’t submit and nipped when someone would try to submit her. Anyways i did keep the pet for a few years until someone who really wanted her came along. I’m ashamed to admit that a few more dogs came and went in that time frame. Don’t worry they all went to good homes with loving families that gave them the love and attention they deserved. Since then i refused the thought of having a dog until a few months ago and i decided to give it a last chance. I found this 4 month old puppy and luckily i came across your videos. I immediately started watching them and doing as you said. I saw the mistakes i was making. Two months have gone by and now I’m the proud owner of a smart, loving dog. The family loves her and i had no idea she could bring so much joy into our home. What a difference it is to see the benefits and happiness and well trained owner and pet relationship can bring!

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  10. Kevin Lee

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

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  11. Veronica Zin

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    i live in an apartment, my GSD is 7 month old. He is house broken, but i have an issue when i take him out for potty. He takes 30 mins to poop but no more than secs to pee. How do i just get him to do his bathroom business all together? its like he is butt shy.

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  12. nikki_ 96

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    I just got a cattle dog mix 3 weeks ago and I'm excited to see one in your videos!

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  13. Alisan Heffernan

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Australian Cattle Dog!!!! The same breed as my 5 month old puppy, except I live in Australia where the true Cattle Dogs live❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

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  15. wendy Gaming

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    i was walking my 2 puppies when a firetruck blew its air horn about 5 feet from where we were standing. the dogs were terrified and now if any car even beeps its horn a little the puppies are terrified and want to immediately go home. i comfort them and then walk them home. is this correct to do?

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  16. Indrani Mukherji

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Hi Zak, in our community, 3-4 pet dogs play everyday for 30-40 mins. Is that ok for them to meet and play everyday?

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  17. Lavacell YT

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Zak my border collie doesn't like to walk with leash and when I pull it he lies down on grass . And also he doesn't act on my any command

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  18. Diane Hickox

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    I am very frustrated — my 7 month old King Charles has potty issues. Every time I take him out, I have to literally BEG him to poop! At the same time, he gets very distracted outside by anything and everything on the ground that could come close to being edible. So I spend a lot of time working on "leave it" and "go poop." There are many times when I've been outside 5 minutes or more and he won't poop so I bring him back in only to have him poop about 2 minutes later in the kitchen. HELP!!!!!

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  19. German Shepherd Bailey daily

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Ohhh Love heelers!! Is he a Texas heeler

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  20. Imani

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Question:
    I have a 10week old German Shepherd. He follows me everywhere but, he now understands when I walk in the kitchen (or any other room) and say out while pointing away I want him to leave the area. But he barks nonstop at me after he leaves. When I walk towards him while he’s barking he runs away but, will stop barking, come to me and lay down when I tell him to simply “come” (I do that outside the kitchen). All the dogs I’ve had have never done this. They quietly leave and sit while waiting for me (they were also older – around 1 year). Why does he do this? Is he too young and feels he doesn’t want to be left behind? It’s extremely annoying.

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  21. kamlesh sutar

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Hii zak.! I just adopted an adult stray dog.. which doesn't even knows her name….how should I start with her

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  22. Mr.P

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Hi I'm Dan and I've watched your video of you teaching a dog to shake
    And you said to hold the treat in your hands were the dog can't get it so he'll try to get it with he's paw
    And my dog did that a lot of times and I'm giving him treats every time he does it but then
    He will not do it when I have no treat to give him
    How can I get my dog to do a shake with no treats
    My dog is half Labrador please answer

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  23. V Dance Official

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    sir my puppy is not staying in her crate please give me suggestion

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  24. Leslie Williams

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    I can't afford to be a patron at the present but I'd love tips on training my Labrador retriever to behave around chickens and other small animals. She is a hunting dog by breed so I understand this is a task and a half but as I plan to continue owning chickens I'd rather she didn't have to be leashed all the time while I'm tending to my outdoor chores near the other animals. She's still working on basic commands and is easily distracted but after seeing a few of your other videos I have some new ideas I'm up for trying.

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  25. Angela Rose aka Roseychicka!

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Help! I'm trying to help someone train one of their 3 dogs – a Morkie. One has been to my house often since 8-12 wks and I can even trust to walk off leash in fields away from the road – I walk him on leash anyway nesr roads and he heels naturally. But when all 3 – a teddy bear, Yorkie AND the Morkie, they are completely out of control and when I visit only the one will listen. They get yelled at by the teen at least and this one is VERY TIMID! He also won't take regular dog treats! I found sausage works to get him to come but nothing else! He won't lay down. If I try to pull the treat down to a down position, he only bends his head. I know it took a few weekends to get it to click with the Teddy, but he may be traumatised? His daddy is away and will be back from special treatment and NEEDS A PROJECT! I Hoped working through Sunday with Ralph would get him a start so Ralpie knows a few more commands and his dad doesn't get frustrated but can work reinforcing commands l. This is truly vital for both owner and pup who is a year old now. He needs to come home and have a distraction, what better than a loving pup who not only misses you (they sleep together) but knows some commands he can work with and have no serious frustrations that would discourage the owner as well as untrain the pup. Yes, it's a difficult situation. He won't let me out of sight but will not come when called. I lay down a treat and when he comes say good boy etc and also habe gotten to let me pet. How to I get him to at least lay down and hopefully also shake? Possibly any other/s that aren't difficult beyond that! I not only want to help the 2nd pup, as they have gotten so unruly, we all hope 2 out of 3 will do the trick already, but the pup dad away and getting home from serious medical (rehab) treatment, needs something to occupy his time, what better than your best friend understanding a few more commands. Btw, his sit is consistent. And his "come" MAY be with his human, but for the life of me, nothing is working! I have had 3 dogs (2 brothers together) that I have trained as well as a couple of shelter dogs where I used to volunteer. He also barks at noises and strangers – which I beliece one warning is good but stopping after that is also needed. Unfortunately, since he's not technically mine, I have nwver had this issue. My dogs have barked and then would come to me to make sure I was aware… Also not trained to do so. I think it's sad when a dog onoy alerts an owner and they yell at vs when a dog is constantly barking – imagine 3!! Although when I am there it is only one barking and 2 whining at the window lol. Serious though, this pup amd I really really need help!!! And his human really needs his pup when he comes home Monday and something to do that will not frustrate him – this is all we can think of since he is unable to use exercise or many other alternatives when he gets back.

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  26. Jaqueline Airth

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    I recently rescued a pit bull terrier about 3 months ago. Doobie has become really protective towards my boyfriend. What I mean is everytime I try to get close to my boyfriend he jumps at me. Today he even growled at me. How do I fix this? I really thought he might attack me this time.

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  27. mlynn27634

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    How do I get my 6 month old Brittany to stop pulling out tiffs of grass and eating them? I try tug of war and when he fetches he pulls out the grass. It is making him sick. Help!!!

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  28. jollyscarecrow

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    I have a question.

    I am getting a french bulldog which will be 11 weeks old when i pick her up. I have watched countless videos to make sure i am on top of things but there is still one thing i am curious on.

    I see a lot of crate training videos which have their various reasons but with my setup i was planning on going down the route of having a 2m x 2m pen with a crate inside along with puppy pad, water, toys etc. The crate i was planning on just leaving open so the puppy is free to move as she sees fit.

    Is this the right way to go? Should i look to be closing the crate while i am out of the house or at night? My thoughts behind the pen was so she would have more room while i was out of the house and she could keep her self occupied better without roaming the house.

    Or maybe i should keep the crate next to my bed and keep it closed for the start and move it into the pen during the day where it would stay open?

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  29. Akio Delos reyes

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    upload more vid please you're great.

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  30. Belén Luttmer

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Hey Zak! Can you do a training video on Livestock Guardian Breeds which serve as both guards and companion dogs??

    They are very unique in their needs and we have Akbash/Maremma crossbreeds who definitely have a mind of their own sometimes!

    Thanks!

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  31. Derpy Kat

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    That thumbnail is perfect ❤️❤️❤️

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  32. cocobeenz 600

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    I have an old English bulldog and whenever I try the training he acts dumb. I need help with him.

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  33. Jalah Shelby

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    could you please make a video about canine good citizen tests and how to train for it? I want to make my dog a therapy dog and I have to get her CGC certified first.

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  34. madisalese

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Hi Zak! I just adopted a mini Australian Shepherd but I also have two cats also who are having a harder time adjusting to the pup. They don’t fluff up and hiss that much. They just watch from a distance. How can I make the best friends? ♥️

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  35. Floyd Block

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    thanks for the tips letting my dog exercise really helps when training

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  36. Kym Phillips

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Zak love the video! Please help, I have an 18 month old Sheltie and while he is house trained he refuses to go bathroom while on his lead. So car trips or the doggy park becomes uncomfortable for him. He needs to go but wont – any ideas?! I can wait forever and he will be whining but wont go and the second we are in the car he will go

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  37. Doğu Darko

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Zak please make a video about Crate Rest

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  38. Rishabh Sharma

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

  39. Lulea Collins

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Could you do a video or suggest some tips on cocker spaniels and groodles? Thanks

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  40. Carrie MacD

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Hi Zak! Can you do a video on how to spot dog play that is not going well. I like taking my pitbull rescue to the dog park and he has so much energy and loves it. Sometimes though I see other dogs like the ram into him and bowl him over and try to jump on him. My puppy looks like his tail is wagging but it's more straight and not loose and relaxed. Something feels wrong about it and I step in and remove him but many times other dog owners chastise me and say that they are just playing. My dog often will run back to the other dog that he has an "issue" with but then once they start interacting he starts running in circles and looks like he's trying to body block the other dog. Am I stepping in too early? Thanks for your awesome videos!

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  41. Rishi Chhetri

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Is petflow international

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  42. quirky merrell_

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    PLZ MAKE A VIDEO ON HOW TO MAKE YOUR DOG TO TURN AROUND

    Reply

  43. Visenn

    June 24, 2018 at 3:38 am

    What do you think about ceasar millans training?

    Reply

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