How to Train Your Dog to Stay OFF of the Furniture! *NEW*

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17 Responses

  1. Jan Hayman
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    he's such a good boy

  2. Dave L.
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    What the hell are you thinking, dude? The entire point of having a dog is chilling on the couch.

    I'm not suggesting that you should chase down and kill moose in the frozen wastes of Nunavut with your canine friend and hole up in some dugout gnawing on moose bones until spring comes, but maybe… JUST MAYBE… if you can't handle a relationship with a dog that involves hanging out on the couch and naps for everybody, you might want to reconsider if you are temperamentally suited for living with a dog.

  3. suzanx
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    We unfortunately didn't enforce this rule on our dogs as pups. They're only 3 years old now so I think we can still do this. A couch is ruined because they lounge on it all day after the rain and when it snows. I love our dogs but I also love enjoying a couch full of pillows without the dirtiness of debris the dogs bring in. Yes, we have no dog zones but it doesn't mean we don't love them. They have the entire main floor which is 1500 sq ft to roam and we spend most of the time on the main level so it's not like they need the other 3000 sq ft. They don't sleep with us on our beds, they prefer their custom built wood kennels. My dogs live a very healthy, safe, and loving life – I just want to point that out in case there are trolls who want to come at me about dogs should be able to roam the entire house and have access to everything we own.

  4. gEo COW
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    Wow that awesome how he trained someones dog the same weight as him

  5. Jayashri Venketasubramanian
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    Zak, you are a joy to watch. Thank you for spreading your wisdom!

  6. Stephanie Horn
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    Hi i had adopted a dog and she is a chug. I named her Daisy. She really has a bad habit on peeing on my furniture when we are gone and asleep. She doesn't let me know when she needs to go. I was wondering what can i do?

  7. Natasha Ramos
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    Can we see an update? Obviously you are a very talented trainer but it seems Otto is still going on the couch. Did you ever get just to truly not go up there? And will you always have to be on top of your dog to follow the rules even after they are trained? My
    Golden will not listen and as soon as I look away he jumps up there even when he knows he’s not supposed to

  8. Бессмертный И.
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    Wanted to know how to work with a dog, 3 mins was listening to about air fresh shit 😐

  9. Tech sir
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    Dude, just discipline the dog from the get go, all of this is just too much. Also, too much fluff with you playing foo foo with your huge dog. I skipped a lot of your video.

  10. Willy Nuttree
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    Wanted to learn how to teach the dog, was told to buy a machine

  11. Anita Vaughn
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    That chicken makes me want to jump on his couch.

  12. Chey but WHY?
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    I'd like it if my future dog would only go on the couch or my bed if a certain blanket is on it

  13. JUST VST
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    You can tell he’s happy when training Otto and any other dogs that’s what I love about this channel

  14. Ista Ruka
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    How do you teach your dog to not dig on your furniture while your sleeping in your room? Its the only time she does it! Its very frustrating. I have to keep blankets on my new couch and now those are starting to have holes too. Im stuck and dont knkw what to do

  15. Jeriann Truitt
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    What kind of harness is this?

  16. Pliny Elder
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    Is this a molekule ad?

  17. Ash24
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    I have an 8 month old golden doodle and whenever we let her into our living room she jumps on the couch but when we go near her on the couch she bites and growls it’s getting really frustrating and we don’t know what to do can anyone help

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