How to Get Your UNFOCUSED Dog to LISTEN to You RIGHT NOW! (“Leave it”/”Look at Me” Combo)

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53 Comments on “How to Get Your UNFOCUSED Dog to LISTEN to You RIGHT NOW! (“Leave it”/”Look at Me” Combo)”

  1. Wanted to tell you how much Sweet Pea (pictured here) now 6 loves to catch frisbees. I had no idea how to teach her and your video was invaluable. Benefits: She gets lots of exercise and everybody on the block knows us and waves. Thanks you bunches. (I know that’s not what this video is about, but it never hurts to say thanks!)

  2. Man, I gotta say I love how you always treat the dog you are working with as if he/she was your own. I mean the excitement, happiness ad love always shine through on your videos. I also love how you work with shelter dogs and you don’t seem to mind what type of breed. You are one awesome trainer, it would be awesome to meet you and get advice on my girl, would you ever do something on digging and stealing things and destroying them? Because Dusty just thinks everything is hers from plastic bags to pot lids (I don’t know how she got it either?!!) Thank though for helping with everything else 🙂 I put most of it to Dusty and she is an all round good girl (mostly of the time)

  3. this makes me sad. he got taken out for a day or two and was loved and treated amazingly and then was put right back in

    1. I was wondering if I would be the only one thinking about that, but I’m so glad he wasn’t returned to the shelter

    2. +Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution OH mer gosh that’s awesome! He deserves someone to love him :3

  4. I love that you’re working with this foster dog through several videos. It’s really wonderful to see his progress.

    1. Right! I really want to see him work a dog that requires a muzzle. I so badly want to believe his training methods can work for the rough rescues, but I just don’t see the evidence.

    2. If you have a dog who is aggressive around food, this isn’t the place to start. Start with looking up ways to treat resource guarding. Then move on to this exercise. One step at a time with dogs, especially dogs that come out of shelters. I foster myself and my experiences have stretched the gambit from resource guarding to straight up full on aggression toward every dog they see. You can treat all of these things in a gentle approach.

  5. That is a beautiful dog.  Super high energy, which has drawbacks and benefits, and in this case it made it very nice to watch you training him.

  6. Thank you for featuring shelter dogs, and a pitbull no less. These videos are great already, but thanks for using your growing fame to both highlight and showcase shelter animals in need, as well as prove that all dogs, even “problem breeds,” are trainable!

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  7. I love your videos Zak! I’ll be getting a lab/Australian shepherd puppy in the next couple of days and can’t wait to try your techniques. I’m a disabled vet and there’s days where I am not feeling well at all so training the puppy while he’s young will be critical before he gets too BIG for me to handle. Oh, I signed up for the puppy food auto ship @ PetFlow today as well! Thank you very much for the training advice and discount!

  8. Jacob has such high energy and before you began it looked like he would not be able to stop moving and listen to you, but he did SO good!!

  9. I love that you use a shelter dog! First because its much more realistic to see actual training when the dog doesnt know many tricks, and even more so because its not your personal dog with that relationship. And second because that dog gets to get out and play and learn, and will be maybe more likely to be adopted.

  10. Your videos are so helpful! I never thought I could travel with my 3 dogs and last month I took them on a roadtrip to Cali and they did great!! Thanks so much!

  11. Jacob, you are ridiculously awesome. i hope you have found a home worthy of your presence by now. thank you Zak!

    1. Cheers for this, been searching for “how to be a good dog owner wikihow” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about – Jaydenley Doggy Dechlorination – (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my friend got amazing results with it.

    2. Literally it took him like 20 seconds to get this dog to look at him instead of the treat. I’ve been trying this method for a good 2 hrs and all I can get is maybe 2 seconds of him looking at me if I’m lucky to get that long and with a lot of coaxing first. I think it’s going to take me a week just to get this golden to look at me

    3. I am not bragging but why put them down…not everyone has trained. She is watching a video to learn more. If you can’t say something nice?

  12. Zak, I have to say you’ve changed my approach to dog training drastically. I was lucky enough to stumble across your videos when I adopted my puppy. I was working under people who believed in e-collar and punishment based training. I very quickly changed my mentality and have even switched from Studio Art major to Animal Sciences. I want to make a living training dogs full time. I am a bit ashamed that I ever used such outdated, harsh methods, but I am very grateful that I was educated when I was. My dog has benefitted so much! Thank you!

  13. <--Fell in love with Jacob, All I want to know is that he got adopted by somebody who will love him and play with him often. Such a sweet dog.

    1. Yes he did! My dad adopted him 🙂 I post pictures of him on my Instagram sometimes if you want to see updates! instagram.com/breejustine

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