Labrador Training

Zak George Pet Teaching (k9-one.com)



Turn your dog into an Obedient, Loyal Pet In Just 5 Days

Does your Dog Bark? or Jump? Do you feel embarrassed with his behavior? Get an easy, effective Dog Training solution for him...now.

Free training Course for Dogs

TrainPetDog.com

Zak George of Pet Teaching Revolution has been placing out some dangerously fake information and facts on the absence of dominance as a component in canine behavior and canine teaching. He possibly is not extremely liable in performing his owing diligence or he is purposely placing out fake information and facts for marketing and advertising purposes and to solicit income. Remember to do your possess exploration about canine behavior and the motive why they chunk humans. You can preserve a kid’s lifetime by questioning propaganda. Obtain a entire version of this Zak George online video and hyperlinks to real Info about canine and wolf behavior at this url right here:

21 comments

  1. Zak followers will hate on this video regardless of the truth, but it is meant for those that want to know the truth. Here is Mech's own video talking about dominance 10 years after he supposedly debunked it. Understanding canine behavior and not denying it is the first step to preventing dog bites:

    Reply
  2. Is this guy retarded? Do people actually believe him?

    Reply
  3. I followed the link in the description and was reading through the comments, this one from Anne Springer captures my opinion quite well: "I find that dogs do have a hierarchy, however, we now have some evidence that it is non-linear. Even wolves’ more rigid hierarchies are now thought to be dependent upon breeding rights rather than the dominance model of the past. However, regardless of which camp you fall in on this argument, one cannot dispute the fact that the so called dominance model has lead to some treatment of dogs that is inappropriate at best, and cruel at worst. Humans have this odd habit of equating dominance with force, coercion, or aggression – which is why I, too, prefer the term “leadership” which implies respect, not fear. In the dog world, if you have ever witnessed a powerful dog stop another dog in its tracks with a glance, or you’ve seen a subordinate bitch keep a powerful male away from her bone with the same sort of look, you know that communication does not have to take the form of shocks, jerks, and pinches to be effective. After all, how many wolves or dogs go around with remote collars to control their pack mates? In fact, dogs’ social order and culture is intended to avoid aggression, not elicit it. The mark of a species that hunts cooperatively:-))
    Dogs also understand that we are not dogs. We are the ones with the higher executive functions secondary to having that great big prefrontal cortex, and we have those thumbs that dogs love to see manipulating the bait bag or the front door. Whichever side of this debate you find yourself on, the worst thing you can do is communicate like a Neanderthal, rather than a thinking human who should be able to train a dog without pain or intimidation, regardless of whether the dog likes to walk ahead of you or not."

    *Edited to include that I very much agree with Will Slade, Jack Mills, Tabie Tarbrizi, IvyXrobot24, and J Grace's comments on this video as well.

    Reply
  4. Your video is clearly skewed for shock factor in lieu of context… For example in your clip when Zak claimed the Alpha or Pack Leader was based on pop-culture and not science, his context was in regards to people and dogs interacting… yet the context of your rebuttal is wolves interacting with each other in nature.

    Dog bites happen… but you need much more granular data to make claims like you are in your publication. Where is your supporting data that shows how many dog bites are due to a lack of dominance training? Where is your supporting data that shows how many serious attacks are from dogs who were trained to attack? Or not trained at all? Or trained by Zak's methods?

    If you want to be taken seriously and not just come off as a hater, try to put something together that's not just a poorly-disguised smear campaign.

    Reply
  5. This video is IRRELEVANTT! Yes Zak George doesn't use violence like shock collars like u, but his training does work. He has had many successful cases. And yes there might be things that might not work as well for you or your dog but that doesn't make him wrong. He's not GOD! You can expect him to be perfect. And that last video with the mom, was her fault. Clearly she couldn't trust her dog enough to keep him/her with the baby but she decided to whip out her camera like she knew something was going to happen. Get it together seriously. I see why your channel isn't as popular. Get your facts together before coming for someone else. That's just like having a teacher fired at your child's school because your child didn't learn the way that teacher taught them. This was childish and u just wanted views.

    Reply
  6. this is bull poo it his advice is da best i tried it before it works

    Reply
  7. So, according to you, out of the approximate 78 million pet dogs in the US, the 4.5 million people are getting bitten due to Zak George's methods of training. If you just get out of your orthodox and unethical brain you would see that he emphasizes on building a bond between his dogs rather than making them robots. Most of the incidents of dog biting are caused due to negligence by the owner or violent means of training. You saw some little facts in your favour and started acting like you know everything about dog training but the truth is you didn't see the facts against you which are overwhelming. Zak promotes thinking that we should take dogs as our friends and partners but you think they are just dangerous wild untamed animals like wolves. I think that people like you shall not be even given views and discouraged by people.

    Reply
  8. bahahahahahahahaha how stupid!

    Reply
  9. Dogs only bite people when the person is annoying the dog or harming the dog and another reason is the breed tipe

    Reply
  10. Hi K9-1, i agree with you, in some ways. i have 5 dogs and have been dog training for years. my dogs are working dogs and house pets. you are correct, he really understates the value of your dog understand the chain of command or in other words your dominance over them – that you are pack leader and are to be respected and obeyed. BUT and here is the big but – his methods are sound. his training techniques are easy to follow, provide wonderful results AND they subconsciously instill your dominance over your dog. they are using the simple principle of "i (the human) posses what you (the dog) want and if you desire this you will have to behave as i see fit." there for, i assert my dominance over you in the way of managing your pleasure. So, even though he says one thing he is, in fact instilling another. i agree, he should not say that, BUT – and here is another bit BUT – give credit where it is do. he is a good, easy to follow, understand and replicate trainer.

    Reply
  11. There's upwards of 85 million dogs in the US, and only 4.5 million people bitten yearly according to your statistic, so yeah, that would be considered rare.

    Reply
  12. lol, get up to date on the science, any scientist worth anything will tell you that dogs and wolves are drastically different creatures. 10k+ years of evolution will do that. They're not the same, they don't act the same, you can't raise wolf pups.

    Reply
  13. this is so stupid i bet this person just hates zak george i traind my dog many things and nothing happend except me being happy

    Reply
  14. This video makes me hurt inside. If you're trying to prove that dogs are not always loving little creatures, do not show clips of wolves in the wild. You should state where you got all this information about the similarities of dogs and wolves. I understand that dogs are descendants of wolves. Dogs have been domesticated through the ages and are much different than wolves. The ending clip was just a mother being an asshole. She clearly didn't understand what the dog was trying to say. SOMETIMES LIFE HAPPENS OK?!

    Reply
  15. Not hating but the part where the baby was bit by the dog, the child was messing with the dog. I was bit by a dog but did not make a big deal out of it. Dog bite its natural for them to. Train your dog the correct way and they will be under control and won't bite hard. As I said they will bite but if you train them right they won't bite unless you agitate them.

    Reply
  16. Heh. 01:25 is what my friend's dog will do to the alpha dog XD.

    Reply
  17. And IN the Video ….It Was All The F**king Kid and Mother Fault ….Who told the kid to disturb the dog

    Reply
  18. 4.5 millions people are bitten yearly means There R 4.5 millions Fools In USA Who Don't train there dog ..Its F*** Peoples fault

    Reply
  19. I have worked closely with both wolves and dogs in several sanctuaries, and I have to say that I act very differently around wolves versus dogs. Dogs were bred over generations to be socialized with humans and thus are different animals. When working with wolves, you absolutely have to show dominance and watch your back. However, I have rarely felt the need to exhibit dominance toward a dog, as approval and rewards is usually enough motivation to get them to behave the way you want.

    Reply
  20. ur just jealous of him u moron

    Reply
  21. I get the pack method….but the "domestic" dog is quite different in it's mentality. There's this thing called evolution.
    And there's also this thing called adaptation. -_- However, on the biting…the mother should've noticed that dog's behavior prior to the bite. There are a plethora of signals dog's body language give off prior to the bite. Just as in anything, if someone doesn't know what they're doing, that can lead to problems and injuries as such. I do believe in positive dog training and also (I hate to use negative) uncomfortableness in unwanted behaviors such as a remote collar ONLY if it could save the dogs life. i.e running into the road/not listening to 'come', unwanted jumping, biting, etc. But, these claims are not very well supported

    Reply

Leave a Reply