Dog Training 101: How to Train ANY DOG the Basics

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46 Responses

  1. John Richards
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    Great video. Thanks

  2. Matthew Evans
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    High energy for sure. 

  3. chickenfoot87
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    I prefer to train high energy dogs but I prefer to live with a lower energy
    dog lol. High energy dogs can just give you so much when you’re training
    where a low energy dog might not. Especially certain behaviors like
    spinning are easier to get out of a high energy dog. 

  4. JANDMPETS
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    Love this video. My dogs are very high energy and I have soo much fun with
    them. They can try my nerves but it is good practice to teach me patients.

  5. Dogs Are Cute
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    I totally agree with you Zak, it just like training a young child. Dogs are
    very adorable as kids. Do not spoil them.

  6. joseuanp
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    It worked with mah doggie thank you

  7. JMoSkillz
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    I would like to know how to train dogs to pull. Any one able to point me to
    a video?

  8. Kindridheart
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    Hey, you’re amazing! Where do you teach???

  9. TheSmoosh
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    Do a google search and find a good professional trainer in your town ASAP.
    These behaviors in a dog that young indicate some serious issues that will
    escalate over time. You need professional help. You can also contact your
    local SPCA for free workshops & the SPCA website for help with issues with
    your dog. Go to the library & check out books or videos. It is imperative
    you start working with him now!!!!! Watch KikoPup videos on Youtube. Good
    luck!

  10. ninjajediwizardspy7
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    just about to get a new puppy and so beyond excited! I have watched all
    your videos through and through to learn as much extra info as I can, but
    do you have any extra tips you want to throw out? I’ve rescued, and
    fostered multiple dogs before, but never from such a young age!

  11. Jei Es
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    I need help. My puppy, now a little over two months old, is very mouthy and
    almost aggressive. I got him from a backyard breeder, at four weeks old, i
    know i made a huge mistake by doing that but i didn’t at the time. When i
    try to hold him next to me or pick him up he struggles to get away, opens
    his mouth trying to bite and growls. When he plays he always bites my feet
    ankles, and when i try to stop him, hands. Sometimes when i as much as try
    to pet him he turns his head to nip at me.

  12. Devin Paulsen
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    Just got my first dog Baxter and am new to training and your videos are
    great for helping us learn how to train him!!

  13. Tobias Young
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    love

  14. Edna Wools
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    Whenever i had friends over my dog just would not stop barking the whole
    time people were in my house!! Reaching the end of my teather i looked
    online and found onlinedogtraining.us – their online traning program really
    helped my situation, and now i can have a drink with my friends in peace!!

  15. Callie Himsl
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    Great job! Love the vid!

  16. fairyvoices
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    I like this vid! thank you u made me got the idea to train my dogs. well I
    have 3 dogs and they are super hard to rain

  17. weed munchler
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    i hope u go far and open up like a dog training company and get yourself a
    whole bunch of staff and stuff, if u dont already have that lol.

  18. TheProudMountain
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    wow really Love him and his methods.

  19. Neil Ong
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    I like it i wish i know ho to do it :D

  20. Adam Pashley
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    My jack russell just wouldn;t listen to a single thing i told him. Wee’d
    everywhere , wouldn’t even sit. Then i tried onlinedogtraining.us , after a
    week or so and following their step by step guides i couldn’t believe he
    actually understood “sit” May seem a simple task for all you but for me it
    was awesome !

  21. ThePersonater8
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    I think if you did with a lazy dog they wouldn’t really do it

  22. Kimberly Keldsen
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    Zak, Love these video’s! My German Sheppard black lab mix is 9 weeks old
    right now we have started on some basics. How old should we be starting
    basic training? This seemed so much easier when I had an older dog with me
    but now it is just us and the puppy.

  23. Tarnya Martin
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    Can you

  24. ILPrepper
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    Zak, thank you so much for your videos. I have a 3 year old Boxer/Black Lab
    (Dakota) mix who is somewhat trained and we just adopted a 3 month old
    Boxer/??? (Abby) mix today who is absolutely adorable! We have decided to
    do more training with both of these dogs. Would it be better to train them
    separately or together? I’m sorry if you’ve answered this question in the
    past, but I just found your channel.

  25. SuperAfgah
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    Mines a H.E. dog but his training is coming along nicely now. I am using
    mostly Zaks videos and methods with a few of my own thrown in only because
    sometimes I feel I know what my pups going to respond to better. But am
    loving these vids keep em comin Zak xxx

  26. Michelle A
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    My high energy Boxer gets very excited to see people and jumps all over
    them and runs circles around the room. I have to hold him down with my
    whole body! He is very smart and when we are alone together he will do all
    kinds of tricks for me, but he can’t seem to control his excitement.

  27. Jenna Miller
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    I love training my border collie, weimaraners and my shepherd husky! They
    are all so hyper! I prefer hyper/energetiic dog.

  28. mickskitz
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    How do you work with non-hyper dogs? I have been trying to teach my
    girlfriends dog (silky X) but it doesn’t pay attention, and doesn’t seem
    highly motivated by food.

  29. NoLimitsTC
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    Can you do a video on dogs jumping on you, out of pure excitement, and
    about dog digging.

  30. beartheaussie
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    Thumbed up for you! Hopefully Zak will see it :D

  31. Jude LeMoine
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    I train puppies using the lure/reward method and I often send my clients
    your videos. They are brilliant!

  32. Amyy Lynn
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    Do you have any videos for Low energy dogs? I cant seem to get my rescued
    Newfoundland interested or motivated for training…

  33. Fabian Harriott
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    i have German Shepherd but i want to learn how to teach him how to become a
    guard dog. he’s a puppy right now tho. please help

  34. Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution
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    Wonderful!

  35. a4c01
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    Facebook sucks zack

  36. AngeLyka97
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    I want a dog

  37. kyleeswadden
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    Hey Zak, I love your videos and am happy to say that through your advice
    Marley (the dog of the house, a Chihuahua) has learned some mighty cute
    tricks! However, she gets anxiety sometimes when we’re out – specifically
    at PetSmart – and she shakes like a leaf and tucks her tail. I was
    wondering if you could do a video on dog anxiety and whether or not you
    like products such as the ThunderShirt for anxiety relief. Thanks for
    everything you do! :)

  38. KK12346319
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    LOVE IT

  39. Kristina Olson
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    I saw another video that said your dog may not be into eating like most but
    a reward he really loves should do!

  40. GummyRainbowBears
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    Hi Zak, Im trying to train my moms friends dog, as she’s older, and I’m
    struggling to get him to listen what should I do?

  41. Danielle Dees
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    Hey Zak, just wanted to start off by saying I LOVE YOUR VIDEOS! I’ve
    watched almost all of them. Everything you say is so true and right for my
    puppy. I have a 5 and a half month old Sheltie puppy. He is super smart
    INSIDE but the minute we walk out the door he barks and jumps on children
    and adults. Small children want to pet him because he is cute but he jumps
    on top of them. your methods work for him indoors but he ignores everything
    I say when we get outside even food doesn’t work.

  42. Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution
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    Awesome!

  43. Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution
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    I hear this all of the time from other trainers! I find that people,
    especially trainers, tend to forget how they teach a young child when it
    comes to teaching a dog. The process is so remarkably similar. All of this
    over thinking when it comes to teaching your dog to look at you really
    doesn’t make sense to me,. At the end of the day, when I ask my dog for
    their attention, I want to get it. This is the most direct path to that
    goal for most dogs.

  44. aerbear24
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    What about dogs who are not as hyper.. even aloof… difficult to
    motivate… any tips?

  45. friboshe
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    Hi Zak! I really like what you’re doing with dogs and people. But this
    thing of looking in the eyes, I don’t like it, sorry! Because for me, look
    in the eyes is an important communicating signal between dogs and humans; I
    would not put it on a signal. For example, I have the impression that
    Biscuit is not looking in your eyes at the beginning, BUT he’s
    communicating something to you, while NOT looking in your eyes! Does it
    make any sense? :-) Anyway, thanks for all what you’re doing for dogs!

  46. Panda105493
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    My dog is only a year old and she don’t know any tricks at all she’s very
    hyper and she’s the first dog I ever had so I don’t know what to do at all
    can you give me some advice and does it matter that she’s a Labrador
    retriever

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