How to Train your Dog to Listen to you in Real Life!

Teach your pet dog to listen!

 

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52 Responses to “How to Train your Dog to Listen to you in Real Life!”

  1. raghubansh mani Pandey

    Mar 25. 2017

    Zak happy to see your progress

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    • Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution

      Mar 25. 2017

      Thank you! Thanks for being part of it!

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  2. Tommy Rogne

    Mar 25. 2017

    I want to get a dog. I work 8 hours days, I’m fairly active and I have a lot of space for the dog. what kind of dog should I get?

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    • ThatsWhatSheSaid

      Apr 02. 2017

      It’s cruel to adopt/buy any dog if it’s going to be left alone 8 hours a day!

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    • Bella Reinhold

      Apr 02. 2017

      Tommy Rogne do research on calm dogs and lazy maybe get zaks books i got it today! Do you have money for a dog Walker? Cause maybe you can get a friend or neighbor to Walk your dog!!

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    • shrek

      Jun 13. 2017

      Adopt a dog from a shelter

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  3. Chirag Parmar

    Mar 25. 2017

    Hey Zak, I’m following since a year or so, amazing videos man, lots of love bro! …. im about to get a gsd, ur videos will prove very helpful!! Thanx 🙂

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  4. DanaeCupcake

    Mar 25. 2017

    I can’t teach my 3-month-old puppy to lie down! Any help? I’ve tried lure training but it won’t work!

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    • kittenator

      Mar 25. 2017

      DanaeCupcake laure them downwards once they are sitting. when they are laying, say lay or down or something, reward them, and while they are eating the reward than keep saying “lay” or “down” or whatever the command is… then all you need after that is patience… and repeating all of this

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    • kittenator

      Mar 25. 2017

      DanaeCupcake my golden is 3 almost 4 month too 😜🐶

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    • kittenator

      Mar 25. 2017

      Or do what i wrote before, and instead of lauring them into a lay position… have them sit and gently bring their paws foward

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    • Merul Dhiman

      Mar 25. 2017

      DanaeCupcake it was same case for me the mistake I made was to make him follow the lure to fast, go real slow on luring him and good luck

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  5. GOLVEL

    Mar 25. 2017

    Hilarious and so amazingly informative. You’re super awesome, Zak!!!

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  6. Samuel Green

    Mar 25. 2017

    What on earth has this got to do with dog training? :/ The advertising stuff has now hit completely nonsensical levels.

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    • C. V.

      Mar 26. 2017

      Samuel Green do you donate to his patreon? If not then chill out because he’s got to make money somehow in order to continue making these videos, your views and likes only go so far.

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    • Tom Lawler

      Mar 26. 2017

      C. V. But this is basically click bait

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    • Samuel Green

      Mar 27. 2017

      I did donate to his patreon for a couple of months actually.

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    • Carl Espy

      Apr 05. 2017

      It is more or less blue apron hurting for money. It is overpriced and at times you get rotten food.

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  7. djryce

    Mar 25. 2017

    This actually works. My dog is the best behaved when I’m cooking. The best part is when they just lie at your feet and almost fall asleep.

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    • Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution

      Mar 25. 2017

      So glad you’re having success!

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    • perfectjewel

      Mar 26. 2017

      Yes it does! Whenever I am in the kitchen, cooking or not, my 6-month old will go into a down stay at the entrance and relax – he knows good things happen (tossing him kibble or carrots while pretending not to be paying attention to him) when he does so!

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  8. sammijo125

    Mar 25. 2017

    I’m glad you’ve found more sponsors, as your videos are very informative and I would like for them to keep coming. I am using your book and videos to train my border collie mix. She is challenging and you show positive ways to engage with her. Thanks for providing a great service.

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    • Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution

      Mar 25. 2017

      Thanks! I truly do enjoy Blue Apron. We’ve gotten 9 meals so far and they’re fantastic! I’m thrilled to have them on board to help me do my job better too!

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  9. Jeshhh

    Mar 25. 2017

    Hey zak, I recently got a yellow lab shes about 9 weeks old, shes in the biting stage but barely listens to me. She knows a few tricks like sit and lie down, but its hard for her to listen because she gets distracted easily. Got any tips about the listening and biting?

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    • Ashsforever

      Mar 26. 2017

      Jeshhh My dog is 6 yeas old and completely disobediant, after watching dozrns of these videos and a bit of commitement shes already made a tiny bit of improvement. just keep to it : (

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    • Hobo Vlogs

      Apr 05. 2017

      Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution: How do you feel about feeding dogs table scraps?

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    • Lion Lion

      Apr 16. 2017

      Jeshhh make sure she is tired while training

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    • Conservative ProTrump

      May 07. 2017

      Jeshhh My golden retriever puppy heard me then looks away two seconds late, for example I rolled a tennis ball across the floor and she ran half way to the ball then turned around ran to me then to the ball but a foot before she went to the ball she turned left

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  10. Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution

    Mar 25. 2017

    Hope you guys like the video! How was my cooking?! Also, here’s a playlist that will show you how to teach your dog the basics in order: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMssKIjsDxXmMGypWsr8u-yGOUSoPoozb

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  11. jungla3

    Mar 25. 2017

    This video was basically 70% advertising and 30% actual dog training tips. It feels like a more fitting title would be “Blue apron commercial with occasional dog popping up”.

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    • jungla3

      Apr 01. 2017

      Like I mentioned, if it would’ve actually said in the title that this was going to be a 70% advertisement video (for a company that doesn’t even exist in Sweden, so I get 0 benefits from it) I would’ve been okay with it, but he’s trying to frame this like an educational video when in fact, it’s just a long commercial. All of his videos are already filled to the brim with with “Buy Petflow! Did you know that Petflow exists? Look at Peeet floow”, but at least that doesn’t take up the entire video xD

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    • BeautifulFrancesca

      Apr 01. 2017

      jungla3 Well that’s fine, you’re entitled to your opinion. Unfortunately he probably doesn’t have sponsors in Sweden so you probably won’t have access to a lot of the things he mentions. I actually tried the “leave it” with my puppy and it worked. I was surprised.

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    • jungla3

      Apr 02. 2017

      Just a side note that’s….sort of related: I feel that he works a bit too much with dogs that are already really willing to learn and listen. A huge chunk of dogs aren’t just going to go “Oh, okay. I’ll leave then” by being told one or two times to chill out.

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    • Therese Vallentin

      Apr 22. 2017

      jungla3 if his gonna show all the steps the dogs has to go through to get the right end result he has to use a dog that know basic training

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  12. Mikayla Stokely

    May 25. 2017

    omg flurry is so big now! XD I JUST watched the video of him leash training

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  13. keshawn Allen

    May 29. 2017

    This dog is annoying. At my house

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  14. Ahmed Dody

    Jun 01. 2017

    how to choose a good dog that fits me

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  15. Jenna Pritts

    Jun 03. 2017

    Zak My husband wants our new puppy to be an outside dog. He has a kennel in the garage and we are with him most of the day. However he is not allowed in our home. I’m interested to know you opinion on this.

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    • Zak George's Dog Training rEvolution

      Jun 03. 2017

      I am opposed to dogs living outside of the house as this greatly hinders the mutual understanding and communication between people and their dogs. Spending time together is essential, and there’s only so much time you can spend with a dog if they are not part of your family. Good question.

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  16. GECKS AGARIO

    Jun 18. 2017

    Im Watching this cuddleing with my white german shepherd

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  17. Lib-prince Garguah

    Jun 25. 2017

    in case my dog is bigger than that?

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  18. chica fan #1

    Jun 28. 2017

    i hve three month year old puppy shes already large and its hard to train hershe dosent listen at all

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  19. jawaun hicks

    Jul 04. 2017

    clickbait

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  20. Kristin Hull

    Jul 17. 2017

    lol I had this same meal box! I’m finding your videos extremely helpful…I have a VERY defiant chiweenie he’s so smart but his listening skills are terrible! Ran barefoot down the street after him yesterday!

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