How to Leash Train your Puppy!

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72 Comments on “How to Leash Train your Puppy!”

    1. sbdbraindrill is he scared of the actual leash or the leash going on his neck? If it’s the latter, there’s back harnesses for dogs so it won’t choke them.

    2. sbdbraindrill he’ll begin to normalize having a leash on. That’s when you can start practicing walking on a leash slowly by practicing getting him to walk towards you while holding the leash.

  1. My puppy is about 4 months old, and he knows many tricks, but he doesn’t like to walk on a leash. He stops walking and sits down. He’s a Rottweiler German Shepherd mix, and I hope to eventually get him therapy certified. How can I encourage him to walk on the leash and not just sit down every few steps?

    1. Just Me you should be more excited and encourage him by his fav treat or by petting him and calling his name, you should watch his videos about coming when called!

    2. Just Me Hold a treat in front of him to where he can smell it but not grab it and walk forward a few feet and reward him. Keep doing this until he keeps on walking.

    3. O no it’s Me Both of the answers are good, but if you need more help, I would advise going to a professional dog trainer, especially if you’re going to get him therapy certified. Good luck!

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    1. ninja GAM3R Don’t say that. No city and no country is bad. Don’t make yourself sad, you can buy them online and ship them to your house! πŸ™‚

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  3. Can you please STOP remaking old videos? Everything is for puppies now, which is really annoying because dogs are only puppies for about seven months. You used to do all types of videos for all types of dogs, but now everything is pup-related and are things older dogs can’t relate to. I understand this is your way of making profit, but people will become disinterested if you continue to only serve one area of your audience. It would be nice if you could ask at the end of your videos which video we want for the next one, like you used to. You could even make another channel for puppies, because it seems like this is already a puppy channel. I used to look forward to your videos, because my DOG learned stay in fewer than ten minutes thanks to your old video, and is an expert in fetch (which was taught entirely from the previous videos you posted). These were both taught with positive reinforcement, and my dog and I had so much fun together, he runs up to me with a ball in his mouth hoping to play. Please take my opinion into consideration because I really do enjoy your videos, but they’re just not relate able anymore. Thank you for making it this far through my comment.

    1. Keep in mind you’re not his only viewer. I was specifically looking for puppy advice because all I was finding was adult dog advice, so it was extremely relatable to me.

  4. I’m getting a puppy in June, after school is over on my two month break. My Mom and I decided it would be a great idea to do that so I can have time to train it, take care of it, and other things. We are also saving up money, I made a small box safe from a video, until then, we’re gonna use the money to buy its toys and treats/food. After that, I have been thinking of getting a border collie puppy, is a border collie good for a first dog owner? I have a huge yard also have a lot of space in my house so it can move and walk without being squished in a tiny place. I have patience, I would actually dedicate my time to the pup, so I can train it to do tricks, potty train it, and etc. But the main question if you have not noticed it, is a border collie a good breed for a first time dog owner? Please leave in your comment/reply below, I want. To know before it’s too late! Thank you for taking your time to read this <3

    1. Lily hi, just wondered if you ever. got a puppy, & what kind? I’ve owned dogs ALL my life, and this is my 2nd border collie. Zak’s videos have made all the difference! So when I saw ur comment, my curiosity over-rode my shyness; I had to ask! Lol.

  5. I see that you do a lot of training for dogs who can see, but my dog is unfortunately blind and the other is deaf. Can you do a video for blind/deaf dogs, who can’t make eye contact or hear the clicker?

  6. I’ve been using your training technique for my new puppy he’s 5 1/2 months now and he’s probably the most well behaved and mellow puppy I’ve ever had. I’m hoping to be able to get him PAT tested soon so he can be my service dog. Thanks for sharing what you do Zak.

    1. PAT stands for Public Access Test, and it’s a test which involves seeing how your dog behaves outside, in public places, such as supermarkets, cafes, public transport and lifts, and if the dog passes, then they can become a therapy/service dog. Hope this helps πŸ™‚

    2. I am training my 5 1/2 month old chocolate Labrador Neko and we are loving your training videos they really are helping me train Neko easily Keep them coming Any tips how to get exercise in when we can’t get outside for couple days due to weather, etc…? (For high energy furbabies like Neko, a choc lab )

  7. My puppy will not pay attention when I’m trying to teach her simple things such as “sit”. All she cares about is the treat in my hand. Any tips/suggestions?

    1. Katie, you could try using your hand to put a little pressure on her bum until she sits, verbally say sit and give treat when her bum is on the ground. She should start getting the hang of it

  8. I don’t even have a dog but I’ve watched like 1 of his puppy training video! I love dogs more that anything! I hope i get one soon.

    1. Sabah Q me but I will be getting a dog in a few weeks!!!!!!! I’m so excited!!!!!!!! πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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