The best ways to Teach your Young puppy to IMMEDIATELY Sit Still and Focus

How to teach your puppy to pay attention!

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64 Responses to “The best ways to Teach your Young puppy to IMMEDIATELY Sit Still and Focus”

  1. Anuj Gulavani

    Jul 01. 2017

    I am the 6th one to watch the video

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  2. Universal Infinity

    Jul 01. 2017

    im gonna get a puppy soon so your videos are helping me tons!

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    • Exbella

      Jul 05. 2017

      Well,beware because untrained puppies can get hyper

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    • kaya

      Jul 05. 2017

      Lots of luck to you! Puppies are very cute but they can be a huge handful. I got mine at 5 weeks old and all she did was sleep and I thought “oh wow a calm little puppy” oh no ahahha. A week later she ended up being more playful and putting her to bed is so hard but now that she’s 11 weeks when I show her the baby gate she goes in her little area. I have another dog and the new one learned to hit the blindes to let me know she needs to go outside so that was very helpful. Goodluck with your new puppy 🙂

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    • JADOS 2 AWESOME

      Jul 05. 2017

      kaya Thanks the for the advice and I’ll definitely watch out and be prepared haha. As of right now my puppy is doing fine, he is now potty trained, however he gets very nervous sometimes and makes small accidents inside the house even though he is potty trained and we take him for walks. Have any advice to help relax him and make him feel less nervous?

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    • Purrfectpal

      Jul 05. 2017

      Yeah I underestimated my German Shepherd when she was a puppy.

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    • Kalee Cash

      Jul 08. 2017

      Universal Infinity me too

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  3. SHOSHAN

    Jul 01. 2017

    KongDaSavage is cuter

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  4. Lian Åberg

    Jul 01. 2017

    how do you make a dog to not get scard of everything

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 02. 2017

      Lian Åberg Desensitization at the dogs comfortable pace using a system of rewards, support, and comfort for confronting their fears.

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  5. Kleszcz Jakub

    Jul 01. 2017

    I really like your channel and I will surely buy your book in the near future but I dislike how literally half of this video is promoting stuff. It’s great that you have sponsors (and that you show their products in your vids) but half the video is too much. All the best man

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    • Everything Animals

      Jul 01. 2017

      Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution I actually enjoy the sponsor sections, as you do choose interesting things, and it’s understandable why you need the support from sponsorships. I’ve been looking for a good treat pouch and I think I found which one I’m going to get… 😉

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    • toastermich

      Jul 02. 2017

      Just skip it if you don’t wanna watch the ads 🙄

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    • Sharon L. Kirby

      Jul 03. 2017

      Zak, too many ads! Totally agree with Kleszcz. I am about to unsubscribe from your channel. You are false advertising dog training – you should just admit you are a shopping channel! Too bad as I really enjoyed your earlier videos.

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    • Swedish Dogs

      Jul 04. 2017

      I don’t understand how he’s false advertising. It’s good he’s showing good dog products.

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    • Sharon L. Kirby

      Jul 04. 2017

      Sorry if not clear. My comment re false advertising was not about the products he is offering. Instead I was sarcastically commenting on the video being more about selling stuff than about dog training. So false advertising comment was meant to be a criticism of all the advertising not the products. This particular video was even more blatantly self-promoting for both him and the lady with all of his t-shirts and stuff.

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  6. I'm a chicken :D

    Jul 01. 2017

    I don’t why I’m watching this, I’m a chicken not a human

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    • I'm a chicken :D

      Jul 02. 2017

      Human, we will get our revenge…..

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    • I'm a chicken :D

      Jul 02. 2017

      Leslie, you will be spared

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    • Nyan is Triggered

      Jul 04. 2017

      I’m a chicken 😀 I just ate chicken, but I did raise some chickens when I was younger. And ate one of them 🙂

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    • Nyan is Triggered

      Jul 04. 2017

      I’m a chicken 😀 I just ate chicken, but I did raise some chickens when I was younger. And ate one of them 🙂

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    • Emmanuel Makoba

      Jul 16. 2017

      JREY 8 😂😂😂😂 what the heck

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  7. JW

    Jul 01. 2017

    Zak bro I need help man, every time I try to get my German Shepard a treat she always try’s to bite my hand off, she like chomps down at it please help

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  8. Dogs Are Awesome

    Jul 01. 2017

    Zak, train an aggressive dog. Please. That is the number 1 reason dogs are put down. If you truly care about dogs , help us train an aggressive dog

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    • bearbayoudrive

      Jul 02. 2017

      Yes, please work with an aggressive dog. Also, a hyper one. — Otherwise, there are only the training approaches of negative/punitive styles— such as Cesar Millan’s way.

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    • Dogs Are Awesome

      Jul 02. 2017

      bearbayoudrive I agreee. My dog used to struggle with hyper excitement when meeting people on the street. I used methods to stop that, as it was rude for those who do not necessarily enjoy dogs.

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    • djryce

      Jul 05. 2017

      He does have a couple videos of reactive dogs, and I’ve found them really helpful. There was a recent one with a crazy Belgian Malinois that jumped at everything and another bully that needed muzzle training. It’s one thing to work with bad behaviors like jumping, barking, or nipping, but I would say that if your dog is truly an aggressive case, the best course of action is to find a professional trainer.

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    • Dogs Are Awesome

      Jul 05. 2017

      djryce and not a pure positive.

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  9. Araceli Aviles

    Jul 02. 2017

    Hey Zak! I have a 4 month American Pitbull Terrier , and I introduced her to my other dogs, one is a lab and the other is mixed breeds, and she gets tooo excited around them, which gets them annoyed leading to my other dogs growling at her, what can i do?!?!

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    • Black Viper Gaming //BvG

      Jul 04. 2017

      just show her how “boring” they are like if she gets so exited tell her to sit give her a chew toy and distract her from them

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    • Araceli Aviles

      Jul 04. 2017

      Black Viper Gaming //BvG oooh okay , thank you i’ll try that!!

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  10. Hournaz Joon

    Jul 02. 2017

    IM GETTING A PUPPY THIS SUMMER

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  11. CatAmanda

    Jul 02. 2017

    Whenever I yell at my dog ( I was teaching her to behave and not bite, but i’m not doing too good), she gets angry at me
    back.. She’s also really… REALLY over energetic (she’s running around my room as i’m typing this lol),. She’s a 2 months old mix breed between a poodle and a mini pom and she’s either sleeping orrr going insane, asking to play and biting.

    help me..

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 03. 2017

      If you have to yell at a little small breed puppy, you have no patience and you’re definitely doing it wrong. She’s a baby. She doesn’t know not to bite. Dogs pick up on frustration and anger from people and react negatively (exactly the opposite of what we want them to do). If she bites, cease play or play with a tug toy or pop a chew toy in her mouth like a nylabone. It’s not that hard. I’ve raised four puppies that loved to bite and never once did I have to yell at them to stop them.

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    • Black Viper Gaming //BvG

      Jul 04. 2017

      ya dont yell at a baby just when hes biting be exited and show a chew toy and reward him

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  12. Evelyn Hintin

    Jul 03. 2017

    I just got a Shiba Inu puppy. I named him Yuki, these training videos are amazing I live by them!!

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    • Black Viper Gaming //BvG

      Jul 04. 2017

      lol Shiba Inus are one of the most healthiest breed but they are a little stubborn

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  13. blob blob

    Jul 03. 2017

    Zak I’m having problems with my 3 month old Labrador. he bites me and my mom and my hand even started bleeding a little once . I watched all your videos on how to stop biting . I only started using the methods now so how long do you think it will take till he understand that this kind of behaviour is not okay ? today he went on a biting rampage and it really hurt

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    • blob blob

      Jul 03. 2017

      I’m just really stressed out by the situation

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    • Black Viper Gaming //BvG

      Jul 04. 2017

      try wearing gloves i know sounds dumb but helped my rottie when he was 5 months but get his attention ON THE CHEW TOYS and reward him with treats ok . but also wear gloves until he stop this method should take 1-2 maybe even 3 weeks

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    • blob blob

      Jul 04. 2017

      thanks 😀

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    • Black Viper Gaming //BvG

      Jul 04. 2017

      blob blob did that method work

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  14. Hunters vlogging and more

    Jul 03. 2017

    how to keep your dog from eating fireworks

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  15. Spiffy

    Jul 07. 2017

    will you please make a video about what age you should start teaching your puppy? and explain why

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 08. 2017

      Spiffy You can start teaching your puppy the first day you get them. They are very impressionable and they’re learning from you even if you do not mean to teach them anything so it’s best to show them what you want out of them in the beginning instead of them picking up bad habits that they could unintentionally learn from you because you may have failed to provide proper guidelines for them. This will not ruin your puppy or take the fun out of them at all. It can be as young as 7 weeks of age.

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    • Spiffy

      Jul 08. 2017

      Juuri Kuuro i was asking because i got my puppy a little early. hes about 6 weeks old today but he was around 4 when i got him

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 08. 2017

      Spiffy Oh yeah, six weeks of age is fine. I know people who get wolf dog mixes at 4-5 weeks of age and start training the first day they get them. He’ll be looking for your guidance when he’s with you.

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  16. Theirondragon

    Jul 08. 2017

    Where is bb-8? I miss him!

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  17. Moustache Unicorn

    Jul 08. 2017

    I might be getting a toy poodle soon and I was wondering if anyone has any tips on anything for me? Thanks a lot!

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 08. 2017

      Moustache Unicorn Just cause your getting a small doggo doesn’t mean you can’t exercise them. Little ones require daily exercise too :). I have four toy poodle mixes and they love long walks and can do up to 4-5 miles without being dead tired. Dogs naturally like to play and do things outside, not just sit inside all day long. So don’t be afraid to take your little one out with you.

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    • Moustache Unicorn

      Jul 08. 2017

      Juuri Kuuro thanks for the advice! I’m going to be getting up an hour earlier when I get him so that can exercise him for an hour before I need to get ready. Do think that that would be ok? Of course I would take him for a walk the minute I get home. Btw your dogs sound so cute! I already have a standard poodle, and she’s amazing!

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 08. 2017

      Moustache Unicorn Thank you :)! Your puppers sound cute too. And yeah, that sounds fine. Be careful with working him too much while his a puppy because his bones are going to be developing and strengthening for the first year of his life. After he’s a year old you can have fun wearing your pups out as much as you want.

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  18. aya

    Jul 08. 2017

    I’m getting a puppy soon and the only place i can keep him is on the house roof , any tips ?

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    • Juuri Kuuro

      Jul 08. 2017

      aya What type of dog are you getting? Provide shelter and plenty of shaded areas. Build a safe large, roomy dog house (make sure it’s ventilated). Lay down hay or some sort of comfortable bedding for your puppy. Provide plenty of cold water during the summer. Get a kiddy pool for your puppy. Make sure to wet your dog’s stomach and paws to cool him down during the summer (soaking his whole body could cause him to over heat because his coat might not be able to ventilate air properly). And provide old blankets and more hay bedding during the winter. Change the hay every month or two. And make sure you keep your dog’s living space clean and your dog clean. Don’t let your pup live their entire life up on your house roof (just like people shouldn’t let their dogs live their entire life inside a home). Take your dog out to hike and fetch and swim and play and be a dog. Train with your dog and spend more time with him since he cannot live inside with you. Make sure your dog is safe and he cannot escape off the roof. Allow your dog socialization, because it’s gonna be lonely for him. Or maybe get him another friend. Enrich this puppy’s life like you would your own child because he’ll depend on you for everything.

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  19. Ema Star

    Jul 08. 2017

    Ugh he’s the cutest puppy .. I just wanna squish him so hard 😻

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  20. Hannah Rhodes

    Jul 16. 2017

    Ill just make the click with my tongue lol

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