How to Train your Puppy to Come When Called NOW AND FOREVER! *NEW*

How to train a puppy to come to you when you call them! This video is sponsored by PetFlow!

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Teaching your dog to come to you is one of the most important skills you can teach! I’ll show you what to do and which mistakes to avoid when training your dog to come to you!

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  1. D G
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    Hey I just picked up my dalmation puppy 8 weeks old and oh is he cute. I just picked up your book but delayed cuz of the hurricane . I'm having hard time to get him to walk on pavement . He just lays downs and whines and I would have to tug him up if I wanted him to move . He gets distracted eating grass a lot and doesn't want to walk . Which video would this be in? Also what should I teach him first . His name, sit, look at me , leash . I'm confused on what order to go in

  2. whatever
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    Dear Zak, thank you for your videos! They are very interesting and helpful!
    My dachshund puppy sometimes doesn't want to walk, when he is on the leash. He would just lie down, if he wants to change direction or sniff something. I don't want to drag him, but I want him to walk beside me. When I take the leash off and go alone, he follows me, but I can't do that all the time on a busy street. What should I do? Do you have any tips?

  3. Julia Cupcakes
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    My dog has high prey drive. Please make a video to help me out!!πŸΆπŸ‘πŸ» Thanks love you videos!

  4. Jody G
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    Has that puppy had it's tail docked? It's something I hardly see anymore and was wondering if it's really a thing that is still done? I thought dogs need their tails for communication?

  5. naomitheminion
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    Hi George,
    I would like your help with my dog Charlie. He is a very low energy dog who simply refuses to go on a walk. The only thing that I can do is hold a treat in front of his nose the whole time. I keep him on the leash all the time because every time I let him go without it he simply turns around and goes home. I want to encourage him to become more active, especially because he needs to loose weight.

  6. Nasif Khan
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    I want your book but can the book shift to India

  7. William Olvera Morales
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    Can you plz help me!!😭 i just got a pitbull but my husky is showing dominance . The pitbull is only 17 weeks and the husky is only 16 and both shows dominance when feeding time and the husky plays too rough !!! Do you have any tips you can help me

  8. martloohoo
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    Zac, I'm about 3/4 of the way through your training playlist & am loving your perspective. I'm looking to adopt sometime after/around May 2018 since I know my time will be more open since I'll have graduated & only working full time instead of being a full time student & full time job at the same time.

    Since I'm a planner, I'm wondering if you have a list/calendar that helps to assist which order certain items should be trained in. Something like week-by-week breakdown?

  9. Heather Dean
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    How do you train your dog to not bark when people come in the door, but also know when an unwanted person is in your house to react?

  10. Ashton golden retriever
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    Just like it if u have and love dogs

  11. Chris Jackson
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    Do you have a video on how to keep your dog from walking away with thieves. Like to attack the person attempting to take them because some guy that i do not know already managed to get my dog and walk away with him twice today. I think that the thief is test to see if he has a gps microchip or something so he can steal him if he doesn't, and im worried that i may not be able to get him back if it happens again

  12. dillan nicole
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    How old should your puppy be to start training

  13. oelewapper
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    Train with a rottie puppy please, i love your video's!

  14. trisha martinez
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    Hi zak
    I have a 3 month old poodle and have problems at times when we r walking that she starts jumping in me and grabbing my shirts or shorts growling crazy. I have tried to tell her no.
    Doesn't work

    Any help would be well

    Thank youb

  15. Ashley Groonwald
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    Thank you! This helped River and I a lot!

  16. Madeyou Look
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    The lay down video you did really helped me ALOT. My little albino pitbull learned it in around 25 minuets and he's only 4 months old. I never knew that just a small piece of meat would work so well.

  17. Yusuf Mustafa
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    Can you make a video on scent trainning please

  18. Sarah Kempfer
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    My 10 month old chocolate puppy has some health issues going on right now and I am having a hard time covering he costs, if you could help I would be so appreciative!

  19. victor jarlund
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    Hey I really want a allergic free dog and a little one so I found a cotton de tulear because we also want a Cotten dog but it cost a fair amount of money and idk if those types of dogs are play sick

  20. Chelsea Allen
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    Greenies aren't good for dogs under 6 months

  21. pernille
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    im getting my puppy on my bday 24th september:D a golden retriever im so exited!!

  22. Umedram Choudhary
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    hey I have watched most of your videos , they are really helpful, so
    I request you to make a video on pug puppy

  23. wang wenyan
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    Hello Zak, I watched your videos and follow to teach my 16W puppy. When I have some treats on my hand (I guess he can smell), he does whatever I say, like "come", "sit", "down", "leave it" and doesn't bit the leash. If I don't have any treat, he just ignores me and bits anything he see on the street and also bits the leash when I am walking him outside. Any comment? Thanks.

  24. Squatch Of The Ark
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    Love how helpful this is

  25. PowerGaming
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    Hey Zak!I Have a Dog my dog is so Aggressive when Eating Sometimes i nearly bitten after i land the dog food because he Snaps and Growls! I Submit this Comment because Im so Scared. dont mind on my Grammar

  26. Darby Tilton
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    Thank you for your book

  27. Jessica Ludlow
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    Hey Zak! We just got a 10 week old puppy yesterday and have already started to use your tips to train him. We got some chicken (we just picked up a rotisserie chicken from Costco) and it seemed to work well as a high value reward. However, he threw up tonight and it was the chicken πŸ™ none of his kibble was in it. How do I know when I've used too much treats and why would he be throwing up such a "high value" reward? Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks!!!

  28. IDFWU 365
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    Don't know if you've done this one but "how to train your dog to like baths" or at least get in

  29. Domunique Cloutier
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    I have a 7 week old husky/ German Shepherd/ lab mix, I've tried teaching her to come when I call her by name but she just gets excited and goes after my other dog lol is it still too early for her to recognize her name? Or if not any tips for me to help her recognize her name

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