50 thoughts on “REAL TRAINING For Anyone With A Dog That Doesn’t Listen!

  1. Jason Hibyan says:

    I'm a new dog owner with a 4 year old bulldog black mouth cur mix that I adopted from the shelter a month ago. I watch all your videos when I get stuck in my training because he is slightly hard headed and picky on his toys I have for him. All I know is milkbone dog biscuits for him so I was wondering what small treats you use or are using in this video? Thank you for your time and keep up the great content

  2. Rachell Brown says:

    ZACK I NEED HELP! My boxer is approaching 2 years old and has just within the past two weeks has started developing aggressive behavior that he’s never had before. Nothing in our life has changed recently, so I don’t know where this behavior is coming from or what to do about it. Watching your videos I’ve realized I’ve dropped the ball on training – he can sit and lay down, but we haven’t progressed past that. Do you have a video you recommend to help me gain control back?

  3. Leonardo Larsen says:

    I've been trying to find out about "dog training" for a while now, and I think this: your.petloveguide.us has helped me a lot.

    “The world would be a nicer place if everyone had the ability to love as unconditionally as a dog.” – M.K. Clinton
    “බල්ලෙකු මෙන් කොන්දේසි විරහිතව ආදරය කිරීමේ හැකියාව සෑම කෙනෙකුටම තිබේ නම් ලෝකය වඩාත් හොඳ තැනක් වනු ඇත.” – එම්.කේ. ක්ලින්ටන්

  4. Θανάσης Γαρυφάλλου says:

    If you have shaped a behaviour for example sit, how do you establish the behaviour in everyday life in cue? Would I have to have something with me to give my puppy every time I ask her and she does right ? If she understand that I have something to give she will demonstrate 100% but if she do it for example two times and I just praise her she loses her interest…she is 4 months right now

  5. Dorla Tognaz says:

    I’ve got a Mali at home and was having real issues training her. That was until I began watching your videos. I’ve watched a few different dog trainers and had little success before. My dog used to walk lovely off leash. She spent a few weeks away from me and when she came back she can’t be let off leash. She lunges for people barking, chases cyclists and generally didn’t listen to me. After watching your videos, and following them with my dog one topic at a time, I’ve seen a huge improvement in just FIVE DAYS. For the most part she now doesn’t pull on our walks. (Yup I used your tip of calling her back, turning around and going the other way if needs be). I found treat rewards work little but praise works better for her. She still barks at people but is getting better. Now when she hears a bike she automatically sits, often even before I can see the cyclist. She still then tries to chase it but it’s better. I’m having much more success with your training style. Can’t thank you enough for freely sharing all these training methods. My dog is only just over four months old, so we have a long way to go but thank goodness I came across your videos. I had started even wondering if I could cope with a Belgium malinois at all. (I didn’t intentionally get one, I was told she was a German Shepard as a young pup).

    Highly recommend Zac’s videos to all my dog owner friends now!

  6. GodSaveAmerica says:

    My 7-month old maltese climbs cat stairs, the cat trees and is learning how to act like a cat. I have 5 cats and so far so good. He loves cat food. The main problem I have is letting him play bite me. Not sure what to do there. I carry him to many stores. He never barks! I’ve had him almost a month. He follows me everywhere in the house. He just chewed the inside of my shoe. I need lots of help🐶 with bad behavior. I find he bites more when he has a larger toy!

  7. Sydnee Davis says:

    I tried to find training for my specific breed (lab chihuahua, weird I know lol) but you do such a variety in changing you really give me the information I'd be looking for!! Thank you so much!

  8. Amber Davis says:

    What if you don’t want your dog jumping on the furniture but you want them to sleep in the bed with you? Is that too confusing for them ? Should I not let him sleep with me so he’s not getting so confused ?

  9. Ghala Khalid says:

    Hey zac I love your videos and all I have a maltese dog she’s one year old she always runs away when she see’s the garage door open and today we struggled to find her luckily we found her we have a big yard but she always runs away how can I let her stay in the yard and not running away ? Please I need your help 💗

  10. Ethan says:

    at 2:06 you say sit with an upward hand gesture, after her hesitation pause you reach out over her head without a word and she immediately sits. Then you mark it with "good". I lost track of how many markers that makes, but its too many. No wonder you think it takes "ridiculous" reps to train. You don't recognize in any way how you yourself are sabotaging the sessions. Dogs sit voluntarily the day you bring it home. Capture, mark , put it on cue. Bullet proof indoor sit done in the first 3 to 7 days. Wake up and watch your own inconsistency and do better. Disgraceful

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