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So many of you have been requesting this video clip!!! I’ve eventually concluded it! Have you ever discovered that your pet is fewer possible to hear to you the farther you are away from him or her? In this video clip I’ll demonstrate you how to break by way of to the following degree and acquire increased communication with your at a length!

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A: Beginner concepts in pet schooling
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21 comments

  1. Nina is one of my favs 🙂

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  2. Beginner class.

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  3. my puppy sits and stays in the house with no problem. he does the same outside but only when we're alone.If there are people around we calnt get him to listen to the commands.

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  4. beginners

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  5. i literally got a similar dog to nina but i got two sisters that i got yesterday, ik they need time to get use to us but how can I train them while they are getting use to me and everyone in the house?

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  6. Great Videos

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  7. My neighbour can learn from you. They have a dog that chase after me when it just hears me exiting my door (I live in a complex and with the way its arranged nothing can see me from my right) and when they're trying to call the jackass (what I'm nicknaming the jack russell now) back, it takes a long time for it to return to it and because jackass has anxiety and loves to chase things, I'm trying to make sure I don't do anything to make it want to bite me, so I standstill until it goes away. I have met many dogs in my life, some large and some small but never in my life have I never dealt with a more asshol dog (excluding the border collie pack that tried to tear me apart as a toddler ). I'll be talking to those guys about their "sweet little angel soon".

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  8. Tried to get to your FB pg: Facebook.com/TheZachGeorge. Unable to get there. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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  9. My dog will sit, lay down and stay only when I have food. as well as "stay" only when he knows I have treats… he's 6 months young.

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  10. NICE JOB, NINA!!

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  11. hi I have a american bulldog it's my gf kid dog he's 5yr old but he doesn't listen to me when gf kid come over any video I can watch thank u

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  12. i have stairs like this in my house and always wondered if a dog would slip and slide on them.

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  13. That was amazing!

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  14. Wow! Nina is BOSS at this!

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  15. Hii, I speak 3 languages how can I teach (talk to ) my dog all of them without confusion?

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  16. thanks +Connie Whaley

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  17. can you do a video of how to teach a puppy his or hers new name. please

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  18. A

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  19. B advanced class

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  20. Zak…i absolutely love your positive reinforcement, something i've always used. your knowledge of dog psychology is absolutely amazing. i'm a little concerned about the use of the hand when trying to "leave it". i know why you are doing it but there are many dogs out there who have been abused by someone's hand, how would you work with this issue? i've worked with many rescue dogs who have been in an abusive situation at one time or another and i wonder how they would react to that. i know a dog must gain your absolute trust to know that they will never be hurt again so would you use your hand at all this way or do you have a different method for this particular situation? thanks muchly for your obviously excellent understanding of a dog's mind. just perfect.

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  21. I really enjoy your video's. We have a 5 month old Aussie/Blue Heeler.  I would like to see advanced skills and agility. Thanks

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