Dog Training: How To Correct a Dog

Dog Training: How To Correct a Dog


I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=8CQ42B0_thI%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

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25 Responses

  1. GypsyagilityBC44444
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    @rayvenbeckner well its 4:41 where i am im not unsettled as i find theres no better cure for insomnia than to go on to youtube post a comment and then watch the response while making it worse and lmao when the other peep tries to be sarcastic and it is his fault for not saying only pleasent comments that dont show what he’s ignoring be sent and it gives me great pleasure to have provoked you into trying to insult me cause it means one of my insults hit a nerve and your trying to redo the favor

  2. GypsyagilityBC44444
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    @rayvenbeckner i mean when the time thing came up thats the time it is where i live

  3. rayvenbeckner
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    @GypsyagilityBC44444 On the contrary, love, I’ve not said anything unpleasant. Maybe I have, sometimes the truth isn’t very pleasant at all. Is it 4:41 am or pm? You’re not getting on my nerves at all. And I don’t ignore you, because that’s rude behavior. It’s also extremely common, which is sad.

  4. SaffyShine
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    @zakgeorge21 Hi there, GypsyagilityBC44444 is a good friend of mine. I would like everyone to stop annoying her and I love your trick videos the most. I would like to see more of these. As Tara is right you can read in books or online.

  5. pickledouche
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    @SaffyShine Maybe some people people like to hear how to do it rather than read it I know I do. If you wanna watch just dog training trick videos then look that up on youtube.

  6. SaffyShine
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    @pickledouche I think i’d rather read than watch a video, that’s your opnion and i think zak george is a very amaing dog trainner and that’s why i would like to see trick videos from him.

  7. xslithsx
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    I just got a beautiful 1-year old female Siberian husky. She follows me absolutely EVERYWHERE in the house, even though there are other family members around. This is okay because she’s not intrusive or rambunctious, but I do worry about her own independence. It feels like I’m making her suffer whenever I leave the house. because I’m told she begins to cry and go nuts looking for me. Should I be worried?

  8. ellietobe
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    There is a wide variety of ideas about discipline concerning children so I guess comparing the two could get complicated. I know that if kids in this country were given as much time and attention concerning behavior as Zac’s dog’s get we would have a much brighter future. I do talk to my dog a lot and find just the tone of my voice is enough to deal with most problems that occur. The main thing is the trainer has to be smarter than the dog to make much progress.

  9. sugarsmaxx
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    A crate is the WORST time out place for a dog! My dog sleeps in her crate, and I would never want to associate her crate with bad behaviour or punishment!

  10. bubbles201022
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    @rayvenbeckner Everyone is entitled to their opinion, so I don’t see your problem! What is the point of Zak uploading if everyone is going to agree with him every time. The whole point of Youtube is to show people what you can do and hear everyone’s opinions.

  11. dosdoggies
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    Wouldn’t you say it’s better to redirect rather than punish? The problem with punishment is it’s at the descretion of the handler to decide how much of what type is necessary. I know of a famous trainer who recommends hanging a dog, who has handler directed aggression, in a tree when the dog attempts to lunge until the dog passes out. Obviously is is too much, but you get my drift.

  12. kakaobe
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    @zakgeorge21 haha ya your right. <3 u zak 😉

  13. clickyourdog
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    Hurrah, there really is a dog trainer with the same approach to dog training as me! I agree with you on all counts when it comes to correcting a dog when it behaves badly. I have five dogs, all females out of different races and ages and it works fantastically well.

    Sorry for my bad English, slept a lot during the English lessons in school…
    Greetings from Sweden.

  14. PaulAndMuttley
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    In this case I agree with you, especially with the qualifier you added about applying to “most cases”. I rarely need to correct Muttley, and if I do it is in no way harsh or damaging to our bond. I see nothing wrong with most corrections (better term than punishment), if timed properly and immediately followed by a reward of encouragement and affection. I think we need to give dogs direction and let them know immediately on error. Not severe punishment, just a tap or reminder to refocus.

  15. PaulAndMuttley
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    Zak, I like some of your videos, but I’d rather see clips of you interacting with your dogs rather than just raw footage of you talking at the camera and fiddling with the computer. You are more photogenic than I am, but I think our dogs are even much easier on the eyes. You could add your voice as a separate sound track, with a script to focus on your core message without the chatter of ad lib. A little editing can help a lot.

  16. ChayaBrookeB
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    @PaulAndMuttley On his secret channel there’s videos of him and his dogs. 🙂

  17. arterialshadow
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    @xslithsx My beagle is the same way. I don’t see it as a problem, but he used to be very, very clingy. When we would go to the dog park he wouldn’t socialize with the other dogs. It took him until he was about 7 to be happy with socializing. I suppose your husky sees you as her parent and I do believe that she’ll begin to mellow out more just as my dog did. Especially if you just got her, she’s probably lonely in her new home. Hope that helped!

  18. radioqueen46
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    I love your videos and your advice, you have great ideas! 🙂

  19. CobaltO18
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    cool video

  20. taketheleadvideo
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    Hey Zak, the comment about dogs being dogs and not little people in fur coats isn’t a criticism – your accomplishments are without question. it was posted in response to the person who suggested cuddling children through a scary film equated to reducing fear in dogs via the same process. I work primarily with fearful dogs and am not a ‘traditionalist’ (I’m APDT). The point is that dogs cannot tell us what’s wrong like kids (i have 4, 6 and under)!……continued (sorry)!

  21. taketheleadvideo
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    continuation ….. If i say as a parent “hey, it’s ok, just stick with me, this is nothing to be afraid of”, my kids understand. If I try this with a dog with a history of fear biting or traffic chasing (one ran into a 4×4); it will NOT rectify the issue. I need to understand the dog (it’s communication systems) and the individual (how it responds, when and why) in order to address the fears; I cannot do it with comfort alone which often nurtures the fear. I 150% agree with a parenting approach!

  22. shonfield
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    Hi Zak. Hoping to get a border collie soon. When house training with a crate, at the beginning say my puppy is only comfortable being in the crate for an hour, what can I do if I must leave the house for say 2 or 3 hours? I understand I can put him in a playpen but then he may go to the toilet there, making the house training process slower. Any suggestions? or will I simply have to let him go to the toilet there? Thanks!

  23. FalingAngel6
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    When doing a time out, can you just tie the dog up to a place? I´m thinking about when my dog leaves me and what we are doing to do something else (play with other dogs etc). If I just go get him, instead of trying to call him back, and just tie him up somewhere for a minute or two? Can I be on to something?

  24. Camyzz
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    I love your videos Zak! I’m really hoping to get a dog soon, just have to convince my parents. My mom really wants one, i want one even more, but dad isn’t really sure if i will be able to raise it properly etc. because im ‘only’ 15. I’ve watched almost all of your videos now, haha. Thank you for inspiring me 🙂

  25. taketheleadvideo
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    @FalingAngel6 If you take that approach, your dog will learn that your approach is bad news. He isn’t able to form the association between the event of ignoring you and the punishment of the T/O – the time lapse between event and consequence is too big and so he’ll likely form the association that you putting his lead on results in a T/O; and so avoid it. Keep him on lead/line until your recall is more reliable!

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