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How to coach your pet dog not to jump

Do you want to know how to cease your pet dog from jumping on you and other folks?

So a lot of people today are limited circuited early in their tries to coach their pet dog for the reason that their pet dog jumps and they turn out to be pissed off and cease. Share this online video to support other folks find out how to properly converse with their pet dog without having pressure!

The problem could seem huge, but the remedy is pretty basic! In my Most up-to-date online video, I will give you a comprehensive still effortless-to-fully grasp way to conclude ALL undesired jumping!

I’ve been letting you fellas pick my “next online video” recently, and it is really working out beautifully! So would you like my next online video to be about,

A) Educating a pet dog to stay at doorways (with Lexi the German Shepherd)

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B) Going for walks on a leash without having pulling (with Nina the All-American Mutt:))

37 comments

  1. I have a Rottweiler and I wanna teach him to guard. Suppose I leave any object next to him and say 'guard' them he shouldn't let anyone take it but me.

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  2. Hi Zac,
    I have a two year old daughter and my 15week border collie jumps on her even when she turns and walks away from him… any tips? ty

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  3. my 9 month old lab (part greyhound) is a huge dog.  it chews everything and is pulling insulation from the bottom of my home(trailer house).  I try and fix the places he is getting in but he is so strong he can get in.  How do I train him to not tear up everything.

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  4. Get straight to the point for fuck's sake.

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  5. I was trying to teach fetch and my dog began to jump on me.  I tried to make distance and turn my back but he proceeded to jump on my back and kind of wrap his arms around me in what I felt was a dominant behavior.  What do I do?

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  6. not pulling on leash. that would be great!!

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  7. pulling

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  8. I would really like to see a video on how stop my 6 month old black lab from bolting out of the front door each time it opens. BTW. I love your videos. they so helpful.

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  9. I have a two year old Daughter, and a 10 week old Australian Shepherd. my puppy jumps on my daughter all the time and my Daughter is becoming scared of the puppy. how would I correct this and the nipping.

    thank you.

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  10. your video was encouraging and helpful and i liked your enthusiasm. i most admired your respect for dogs' intelligence and individuality. what i didn't appreciate was the white noise a/k/a "music in the background. there was already so much (good) going on i found the background noise distracting and unnecessary. i'd be happy to subscribe in the future if. . . 🙂

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  11. VO pcbj

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  12. I have your book

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  13. I want to teach my dog to stop getting on the table. He doesnt get up there because of food, he gets up there because he wants to look out the window or just be dominant. help

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  14. actually both

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  15. Hi Zak,

    Your videos are such a help and that too for a first time dog owner. I love the way you interact with the dogs and I must say that is how dogs should be trained.

    My issue is the fact that my German Shepherd is 16 months old. I have successfully made him to learn the basic sit and down commands. He has somewhat learnt the stay command as well. The latest is the JUMPING problem. How should I train a dog this old? is it too late or I can still work with him?? Thank you.

    Regards,
    Ziad

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  16. wow thank you i found this just at the right time … our dog has just come back to us after a rehoming atempt that didnt work out … we are keeping her now and will follow your advice

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  17. Nice job Zak, common sense training, always seeing things from the dogs perpective … well done, I watch your videos all the time, and will be the proud owner of a baby bulldog at the end of April – yay!    Angela

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  18. We have three dogs and all three fly into the room to greet guests and of course all three jump. How can we manage the jumping with three? Should we release one at a time and train as you have suggested? I feel the three of them amp each other up and when we release them from their crates they bolt to our guests. Can you offer suggestions?

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  19. Thank you!! Your advice is priceless!

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  20. Nina pulling on the leash

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  21. how to get your dog to stop hearting other dogs

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  22. how do I teach dog not to pull on leash

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  23. Idiot training like this is how dogs end up in shelters because of frustrated owners. Your training is killing dogs

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  24. I would like to see ways to keep my dog calm when he is around other dogs. He starts barking and jumping and if close enough he tries jumping on them.

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  25. Hay man can I have you do me a favor I have a bullmastiff puppy how can I teach him to do to jump he's way to high per

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  26. Hi Zak I've watch a lot of your video. my 7 month old Lab doing well. I'm using a gentle leader because she pull on walks and She hard on my body. how do you feel about gentle leader.

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  27. Hi Zak, your videos are very informative. I have a 7 year old Boston Terrier that jumps on me as soon as I walk in the house. I have tried to ignore her but she continues to jump. I will practice your technique. She is very food driven, so hopefully with some time and consistency I can teach this old dog a new trick.

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  29. Very helpful, u rock,

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  30. LMAO, WOW! Did he really say jackpot is a term dog trainers use when we mean a giant reward? I thought that's what it always ment LOL I guess I've been using dog trainer lingo in Vegas all these years.

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  31. Zak, I have a hunting breed, I've always done my own training and my dogs are pretty well behaved. I can keep my older dog from jumping, however he seems nervous around people when he's supposed to sit still. If I allow him to greet them by jumping, he's much happier. can that be fixed? Also, my puppy likes to grab my arm (she's not biting, just like holding my wrist) when super excited (we play often, but even if I go to the bathroom and come back in she's wiggle butt excited) I actually think this is cute, but can I teach her that I'm the only person she should do this with? Or do I have to get rid of the behavior all together?

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  32. The German Shepard at the door.

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  33. How do I stop my 2 (goldens) from wanting to bolt when a barking dog approaches them?

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  34. I'm so at my wits end with my 7 month old puppy Boog, and his behaviors. He's a sweet dog, I walk him often and play with him, he has the best of everything, but it's clearly not enough. Our whole family is convinced he's untrainable, they've grown to not like him, and feel that he'd be best in another home. I refuse to believe that. I adore him. I've watched a number of videos this morning. Your videos make the most sense to me. I really feel like we have a fighting chance once I put these tips into play. Thank you for being the light at the end of our tunnel. I believe our Boog can come out the other side of his pitfalls.

    Tina ~ Sudbury, Ontario, Canada 💗

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  35. training on a leash

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  36. thanks of your help, new puppy 8 weeks old when should he start training? Basic obedience? What and when should be covered with a dog that traditionally is full of energy>

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  37. would like to see the dog learn no leash pulling

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