Training

How to train your new puppy! This video is sponsored by Petflow! PETFLOW’S *NEW* OFFER: Enter discount code ZAK30 at checkout to get $10 off your first THREE automatic shipments!!! http://petflow.com/zakgeorge Get the book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Zak-Georges-Dog-Training-Revolution/dp/1607748916/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1463152090&sr=8-1&keywords=dog+training+revolution OR visit http:www.dogtrainingrevolution.com for a list of booksellers. Support my videos by making a small contribution on patreon:
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How to choose a dog. This video is sponsored by Petflow! PETFLOW’S *NEW* OFFER: Enter discount code ZAK30 at checkout to get $10 off your first THREE automatic shipments!!! http://petflow.com/zakgeorge Get the book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Zak-Georges-Dog-Training-Revolution/dp/1607748916/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1463152090&sr=8-1&keywords=dog+training+revolution OR visit http:www.dogtrainingrevolution.com for a list of booksellers. Donate to the Jefferson Parish SPCA here: http://www.jeffersonspca.org/#!donate/ctzx Support my videos
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I’ve always talked to dogs – as I’m sure you do – engaging them with the usual cues, the names of favorite things and people, and a healthy dose of general chatter. But thanks to a week-long course in canine applied ethology taught by Kim Brophey, CDBC, CPDT-KA, of The Dog Door Behavior Center in
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(Picture Credit: ECummings00/Getty Images) Truly a team sport, agility combines skill, training, and human-canine communication in a display that’s as fun for spectators as it is for participants. In competition, a handler directs their dog through a sequence of obstacles — such as tunnels, hoops, weave poles, and seesaws — without ever touching the dog
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How to train your dog to stay! This video is sponsored by Petflow! PETFLOW’S *NEW* OFFER: Enter discount code ZAK30 at checkout to get $10 off your first THREE automatic shipments!!! http://petflow.com/zakgeorge 😮😮I’m glad you guys are enjoying the video! Get MORE dog training tips and examples on instagram! http://instagram.com/zakgeorge @zakgeorge Download the app and
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(Picture Credit: Philippe Gerber/Getty Images) Cartoons, movies, and comic books are filled with scenes of beleaguered postal workers being chased by dogs. But beyond the light-hearted portrayal of the dog versus postal worker relationship in pop culture, it’s also a serious issue. Today the United States Postal Service (USPS) issued details about the number of dog
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When you see a little puppy, the most natural thing in the world is to run over and swoop her into your arms for a nice big cuddle! I beg you: Don’t do that. It may feel wonderful to you, but the odds are you just created a moment of fear for that puppy.  PUPPIES
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Because I want to make you smile! I’ve been in a quirky mood this week:) One of my favorite things to do is watch puppies playing. True, they can be a bit rough, but rambunctious puppies generally are pretty tolerant! In this video enjoy two pit bull mixes having the time of their life! Sit
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Why do dogs eat poop – especially their own? It’s so gross! There’s nothing worse than when your dog eats a fresh piece of poop and then, in response to your shrieks of horror and dismay, tries to lick you in an appeasement gesture.  Poop eating – or “coprophagia,” to use the scientific term –
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You may be embarrassed by your dog’s proclivity to mount other dogs, cushions or pieces of furniture, or even (horrors!) humans. You are not alone; dogs all over the world can be seen wrapping their front paws around what seems to us to be inappropriate targets and thrusting their pelvis in what appears to be
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It used to be that if folks wanted to pet your dog, they just reached out and did it. Happily, in today’s more well-informed world, there’s usually a quick, “May I pet your dog?” first.  All too often, though, the moment that permission is granted, the stranger is moving in close and looming over the
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Dogs and puppies see and sense the world so differently than we do. And that matters when it comes to training. This video is sponsored by Petflow! Set up automatic pet food delivery today at http://www.PetFlow.com/ZakGeorge Enter code Zak30 when you check out to receive $10 off of your first 3 autoship orders. Just choose
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Thank you Open Farm for sponsoring this video! Here are the treats I used in this video: https://www.openfarmpet.com/dog-treats Go to Opem Farm’s website here to learn more! https://www.openfarmpet.com Get the book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Zak-Georges-Dog-Training-Revolution/dp/1607748916/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1463152090&sr=8-1&keywords=dog+training+revolution OR visit http: http://www.dogtrainingrevolution.com for a list of booksellers. Support my videos by making a small contribution on patreon: http://www.patreon.com/ZakGeorge Like
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Although your dog seems to be fine with visitors to your home, you’ve noticed that she’s become increasingly aggressive toward people who approach the two of you when she’s on her leash. For example, the other day it was a nice sunny morning, you were walking your dog through your neighborhood when a new neighbor,
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(Picture Credit: Purple Collar Pet Photography/Getty Images) Whenever we’re sad or depressed, we try to find things that will make us feel better. We’re also lucky enough to be able to communicate and vent out our issues to others who care about us when we need to. The same can’t really be said for our
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Cars, squirrels, cyclists, skateboarders, cats, and joggers — they’re all would-be targets, any one of whom could lure a chase-obsessive dog into a potentially dangerous situation. The behavior can also trigger understandably hostile reactions from people who see it as aggression when a strange dog comes bounding after them. Advertisement Until
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(Picture Credit: Andrea Calzona/Getty Images) When it comes to our beloved dogs, we often think of how happy-go-lucky they are. We tend to think of them at their best, tongues out while running and playing in the backyard and having a great time. But sometimes things happen in life, and we, as pet parents, are
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