How to Get Your Dog to STOP IGNORING YOU: 2 Unexpected Dog Training Tips

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This is a text publication canine training lesson with Roux the border collie young puppy! Roux listens rather well, however at 5 months old, she's still inconsistent when it comes to listening in sidetracking scenarios.

If you want your dog to listen to you in scenarios they locate distracting you have to prepare them for these celebrations. I'll reveal you two simple training exercises you can do to start constructing strong interaction between you as well as your pet.

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37 Replies to “How to Get Your Dog to STOP IGNORING YOU: 2 Unexpected Dog Training Tips”

  1. My golden retriever just goes crazy when people come over. She runs around and sometimes jumps on the people or she is just really rough.

  2. Hey +Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution
    My dog begs for food when i’m eating can you please make a video about how I stop that?

    1. me too my puppy wont stop jumping on my lap and trying to get food and i always have to shove him off nicely off the table

    2. TJ Cooks lift ur lip a bit while staring constantly with the thought that u want to snap show some teeth and trust me ur dog will sink its head (submissive sign) then it will turn its head away maybe if it’s brave enough it might try a second time keep the stare and the lifting lip and ur teeth displaying and it will bounce of to its place or where it can keep some distance so pretty simple I did that with my euro Doberman and she have been understanding it ever since: (side note) if ur dog doesn’t consider u as an alpha or a pack leader position u might have some trouble when u have gained the pack leadership then u can learn the dog manners

  3. Zak… You should have more subcribers… Your videos are so well made! Makes me so happy to see them! 🙂

  4. you’re the reason I got the confidence to get a dog, thank you so much for these videos!!

  5. I just got a puppy and your videos have helped me and my family so much it’s unreal! Thank you so much for the help! <33

  6. Zak, fantastic video as usual. Of course I subscribed sometime ago after watching you for the first time. Greetings from Venice, Italy!

  7. Zak, when training, I have been told in the past not to repeat the command or else the dog will think that you have to repeat any command more than once in order for them to obey. Do you agree or is this something that eventually will be outgrown with continuous training? (Love all your videos so far and really find them so effective!)

    1. Monica W. It’s true. You only want to use the command like sit once instead of sit sit sit in rapid succession because sit then becomes sitsitsit. I believe he has a video where me mentions this.

    2. That and saying it once and waiting for a response and you don’t get one in about 7 seconds then saying it once again instead of repeating it will keep your dog calmer instead of over excitement that you would be giving off and having the dog become over excited

  8. I love Zak’s reaction when Rue immediately comes to Anna with no problem. “what?! are you serious?” hahaha

  9. Roo is such a peach!! Her Mumma is amazing with her. The clip of her holding on to the toy and sliding over the floor ….AAAAWWW!!

  10. I love your videos because you approach training in a completely positive way this is the way dogs are supposed to be trained keep it up zak

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