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72 Comments on “How to Choose the Best Dog for YOU!”

    1. Im going to choose a dog soon aswell and i will go with the one that reacts the first to my encounter

  1. Hey Zak! I love watching your videos and I have used them a lot for training my new 4 month old male golden retriever puppy!
    I had a question though about food aggression. I have tried feeding him from my hand, putting my hands in the bowl, and even getting him a maze bowl to slow his eating down but all of these methods have still led to him snarling at me every meal time.
    I’m really running out of ideas and I would really appreciate some your help!

    1. I have exactly the same problem with my 6 month old golden retriever. He’s an angel otherwise but while eating I have to maintain distance. One more thing I wanted to ask. Sometimes he ingests something undesirable and then refuses to let go (and growls and snarles). Does your dog do the same?

    2. +vaibhav thapliyal
      Start using tug games to teach your dog to “out” (drop) the toy. Once you get that really fluid, you should be able to transfer that skill to any object your dog picks up.

    3. Hi guys! Thank you so much for you advice! My puppy is doing much better! I have taken a step back from always hovering over him and stressing about his behavior when he eats and it’s allowed him to relax around his bowl on his own! I will try the tennis ball if he starts to speed up his eating!
      Thank everyone for their help with this!!!

  2. Hey Zak! Great video. An older version of this video helped me to find my dream dog. Louis the Flatcoat is 12 weeks now and learned how to sit, lie down, spin, heel and fetch in a few days with the instructions from your book and the videos. So thank you so much!!! I’ll male sure to soon get to your Patreon page πŸ˜‰

    1. CourageousSam omg I have a flat coat they are the best dogs ever! We love him so much we are getting another one in 1 week πŸ˜ƒ

    1. I think that researching breed history is also important. You can guess its energy level from the tasks that it was bred for. However, many breeders try to make softer dogs with any breed nowadays so you should do some researches on how breeders breed dogs if you are really want to have a pedigree dog.

    2. Thing is I have a Jack Russell/Patterdale cross who’s super laid back and chilled out. The exact opposite of what’s typical of both breeds. He doesn’t chase small furies, doesn’t dig and isn’t at all stubborn. He’s a freak !

    3. It’s a good idea to always take into account the dog’s natural personality and not just the purpose and characteristics the dog was bred for. That way, you will be able to have the dog fit into your lifestyle and you will set you and your dog up for success and have a lovely life together πŸ™‚

    1. Same, is he going to get any bigger? considering he has been in videos spanning several months. Id love to know how big the breed will get.

    1. をラブA D N A N Ø hey! i really want to get one and everyone in my family wants one, how is yours getting along please tell me what you have noticed good and bad about your white german

  3. i definitely want a husky. i just have to wait a little while for me to get my own place because my parents don’t like dogs πŸ™

    1. min hurts hope you get one soon…hope I can get one before I’m too old…see, don’t want to be negative but that’s just how it is – I always wanted a dog but my dad is against dogs in appartments. So I was like OK, once I’m adult, have my own place and my own money…well and now for over 7 years I am living on my own and still don’t have dog – not that I couldn’t afford it, but I leave at 8am and come home from work close to 7pm, and I definitely don’t want my dog to be alone for 11 hours 5 days a week… πŸ™ no dog should be left alone for so long… :-(((

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