6 Pet Dog Training Secret Tips In 5 Minutes!

6 essential principles that will help you train your pet!

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62 Responses to “6 Pet Dog Training Secret Tips In 5 Minutes!”

  1. Angel Gunawan

    Jul 15. 2017

    Zack im going to own a dog which is better toy or miniature poodle ? and why?

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    • Abd El Rahman Awad

      Jul 15. 2017

      Angel Gunawan toy

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    • MsBlubermuffin

      Jul 15. 2017

      Angel Gunawan #dontshopadopt
      the best breed are shelter dogs!

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    • MissKaliKirsten

      Jul 15. 2017

      I would recommend a miniature poodle. I just got my miniature schnauzer and was thinking about getting a toy schnauzer. I am very happy that I got a mini.

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    • Cat Ocean

      Jul 15. 2017

      It depends on how breeders breed these dogs. Breeding for size or rare color tends to create health and temperament issues if breeders are not careful.

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  2. HappyHarneer

    Jul 15. 2017

    I’m not first

    but I am the first to admit it

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  3. Claui Santiago

    Jul 15. 2017

    i will like my own comment because i know that no one else will.

    Edit: thank you so much for the likes guys have a great day. 😊😊😊

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  4. Raizen Perez

    Jul 15. 2017

    Zak can u do a video on explaining the different types of harness (such as a front clip harness and back clip harness) and how to decide which to use for your dog because I’m looking for a harness for my 1 and half year old Yorkie

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    • Astara Cambata

      Jul 15. 2017

      seconded!

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    • Zuzanna Harasiuk

      Jul 15. 2017

      Raizen Perez if your dog is pulling you should use a front if not then the back clip

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    • LWProductions

      Jul 16. 2017

      Raizen Perez yea

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    • Coco Is my pup

      Jul 17. 2017

      How much does your Yorkie weigh? If he weighs 3-9 pounds (my dog weighs 3 pounds and 3 ounces) look at lil pals harness that works the best in my opinion it does not pull your dogs neck or anything and it doesn’t irritate them (sometimes the harnesses can irritate them) and my dog doesn’t even know it’s their (the harness) and I am getting another dog in August and I am getting her a lil pals harness so my dog and her are twinnies. I don’t know if that helped at all but
      Thanks

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  5. Leah Wiltzen

    Jul 15. 2017

    Is that BB eight because he grew from the last videos he was in Holy moly

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  6. PaigePuppyPower Zackary

    Jul 15. 2017

    I volunteer at a dog shelter,any tips to get certain dogs adopted quicker sense I’m basically the dog trainer

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    • Saul Diaz

      Jul 15. 2017

      PaigePuppyPower Zackary Since*. Clean them up and look for people interested in dogs online, in your neighborhood, relatives/friends?

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    • LifeIvysWay

      Jul 16. 2017

      PaigePuppyPower Zackary leash walking skills! If you could teach the dogs only one thing, teach them to walk decently on a lead/leash. (I volunteer as well, and dogs that walked nicely on a leash got adopted quicker and were less likely to return.) If it is a pleasant experience to inexperienced owners to walk a dog, the dog will get exercise. If a dog gets exercise, it gets tired out, if its tired out, it will be discouraged from other bad behaviors, which will significantly reduce the chances of them being given up again… if they walk well on a lead, start teaching them basic commands. A lot of people want dogs, but when it comes to training them, they don’t know what they’re doing, or they don’t have (well, actually, MAKE) the time for training. So, if you get them started on basic obedience, the chances of getting adopted are even better.

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  7. CourageousSam

    Jul 15. 2017

    I thought he was an Siberian Husky but he’s actually an Alaskan Klee Kai 😍 theyre so cute! He looked like a Husky as a puppy

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    • CourageousSam

      Jul 15. 2017

      ljking kirksey Huh?

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    • Erzy Werzy

      Jul 15. 2017

      CourageousSam “fr” means for real

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    • ItsjustDK life

      Jul 16. 2017

      Alaskan klee kai’s are mini huskies

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    • triggeredcashton

      Jul 17. 2017

      ItsjustDK life no, they are completely different breeds.

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    • CourageousSam

      Jul 17. 2017

      triggeredcashton In fact they have been bred from the Siberian, the Alaskan Husky and the Schipperke. So they could be called “mini Huskies”. Klee Kais are high energy dogs that are very sensitive in character and reluctant with strangers. They are only much much smaller and a bit more family friendly 😉🐾

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  8. Squeezer

    Jul 15. 2017

    Saying a dog won’t comply if you remove the pinch collar is like saying your dog won’t comply when you don’t have treats. The pinch collar and the treat pouch are both only one step in the training process. (for those that choose to use one or both)

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    • Ash The Creator

      Jul 15. 2017

      Squeezer no they are not the same. a pinch collar induces pain and confusion and fear which results in suppressed anger which will make your dog want to eaither run away from you , abandon you when need arises or even worse attack you. in case of treats they slowly start seeing you as an ally and pack member hence bonding with you. it becomes a part of their thought process (similar to how a person thinks of eating only once they hear the word)

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    • Squeezer

      Jul 15. 2017

      Ash you have obviously never been around one trained with one. That is ridiculous. Many believe training with treats is cruel, or bribery. The idea that dogs see you as a friend through food is even more ridiculous.You can gain trust from a dog using food for a short period but if your bond is simply about food that is just bribery.

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    • Cat Ocean

      Jul 16. 2017

      Ash The Creator: Tool shaming is unnecessary. I experienced tool shaming because I was one of the first harnesses users for large dogs. We don’t know about other people’s dogs and why people are using particular tools. I know many female owners of power breeds use prong collars as safeguard. Dogs don’t need those training collars. They also put a lot of times on training (mainly positive training), but still they want to use those tools to be feel safe. It would be great if they don’t feel needs of tools, but tool shaming won’t help.

      Foods is one of training tools and any training method may cause anxiety and frustration in dogs. I know aggression cases caused by food training, too. Food training may be safer for most cases, but it’s not perfect and it may not be the most efficient in some cases.

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  9. Jaclyn And Richie

    Jul 15. 2017

    IT’S MY BIRTHDAY

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  10. Ejcman&DemonD

    Jul 15. 2017

    Please help me I have a 1 year old black lab and she is very energetic and play full around people she knows, but whenever someone new comes she won’t listen to me or take treats. She just tucks her tail and kind of runs away. She is super scared of other people and I don’t want her to be. I want people to see the real her.

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  11. Gina Martinez

    Jul 15. 2017

    How late is too late to train your dog? I have a 1.5 year old American Staffordshire and he’s learned the basics but I’d like him to learn more!

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    • Igor Bergs

      Jul 15. 2017

      its never too late to learn, i have a 2 year old doberman that was a stray dog for a year and she can still learn everything 🙂 if he is physicaly able to do things you still can teach him everything

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    • Gina Martinez

      Jul 15. 2017

      Igor Bergs thank you! He’s very healthy and strong. He’s also very energetic so teaching him things can take some time sometimes. Lol like Zak said – consistency is key!

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  12. Meridian TheSheep

    Jul 15. 2017

    I was trying to teach my dog roll over he role half way and stops and now he won’t lie down anymore he ignores me when I tell him to lay down
    :

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    • mathew holman

      Jul 16. 2017

      u probably rushed the process and tried to take too big steps… you’ll probably have to start from scratch

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    • Cat Ocean

      Jul 17. 2017

      Many dogs don’t like the positions of ‘roll over’ and ‘down’. He has to trust you that nothing bad thing won’t happen. You may need to brake down to 20 steps and gain his trust and confidence. Some dogs can be picky on floors. You can try it at a different room.

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    • Meridian TheSheep

      Jul 17. 2017

      he knows how to do beg. shake. sit. come. and stay he is 7 months old Thanks guys for the advice! c: I appreciate it!

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  13. Jasmine Day

    Jul 15. 2017

    Are all these tricks for any breed?

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  14. Tessa Campbell

    Jul 15. 2017

    Can you do a video on how teach put away your toys?

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  15. ItsjustDK life

    Jul 15. 2017

    zac george’s dog training revolution did u break up with bree

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    • Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution

      Jul 16. 2017

      Not a chance!

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    • ItsjustDK life

      Jul 16. 2017

      ok sorry, its just shes not in many videos. sorry I feel really bad now

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    • ItsjustDK life

      Jul 16. 2017

      Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution hey sorry about what i asked earlier. but i was wondering, are huskies easy to look after cause me and my brother want one really bad but we want to make sure they are easy to handle as our house isn’t the biggest. thanks.

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  16. Purple Pony

    Jul 16. 2017

    Omg BB8 grew up so much!! He’s a beautiful little boy I can’t 😩

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  17. PRiMETiME559

    Jul 17. 2017

    My little husky is just over 2 months old. He’s only had one set of shots and still has 3 sets left over the next month and a half. Is it safe to take him outside and put him on the ground so I can start training him outside? He’s been really good relieving himself on the puppy pads. I was actually shocked at how quickly we got him to seek out the paper and go on it, but I want him grass trained obviously cause he’s going to be a big boy. I’m just worried he’s going to get sick without all his shots

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 17. 2017

      PRiMETiME559 I’m surprised he hasn’t had his second shot already. Parvo is transmitted by infected excretion from animals sick with parvo by contact with the urine or feces and I’ve read it could last in the ground for around 2 years. If you have a fenced in yard where dogs and cats don’t come into to I doubt he’s likely to get sick and I’d personally take the chance to let him out in the yard only and not on walks. I got my four puppies when they were 8 weeks old and they had their 2 rounds of vaccinations and they got vaccinated when needed but we traveled by semi truck at the time so they had to go wherever we stopped around the US and they were just fine and never got parvo or sick if that makes you feel better. I think your puppy should be just fine in your yard but he should be due for his second shot very soon.

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    • PRiMETiME559

      Jul 17. 2017

      Juuri Kuuro he was born on May 12 and he just had his first set I believe the week before last? His next one is due on July 29th. After that I think he has one mid August. And then September 9th for his 4th and final set. I feel bad cause I want him to be able to get outside before he’s four months. But I’m also really scared. Like I said, he’s pretty good with the puppy pads. But he does have an accident every once in a while. But I want to get him to the point where he knows he has to go outside before he gets too big

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 17. 2017

      PRiMETiME559 You can start taking him out in the yard to potty train. I’d consult your veterinarian about walking him and taking him places. Places like dog parks and pet shops are not really safe for a puppy that young unless you intend to hold them and not let them get into contact with other dogs and items. But on the other hand, most puppies are usually okay despite being told not to let them into places like dog parks and pet stores super early.

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    • PRiMETiME559

      Jul 17. 2017

      Juuri Kuuro so he shouldn’t have any issues even if other dogs possibly use the restroom in the spot we want to take him?

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 17. 2017

      PRiMETiME559 I cannot guarantee he’s gonna be okay. You should ask your vet. He will mostly just be okay in your yard right now. I took the risk of letting mine out around areas where other dogs were and they were just fine. It’s different for every puppy.

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  18. Lillian Ijoma

    Jul 17. 2017

    THAT’S BB8?!?? AWW. he got so big

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  19. Acting is bo$$

    Jul 17. 2017

    my husky doesnt like the sun. he is one and a half months know. he only goes in the shade. HELP

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  20. Abby Kennedy

    Jul 17. 2017

    AWWWW, BB-8 is so cute!

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