March 22, 2023

How to Teach The First 7 Things To Your Dog: Sit, Leave it, Come, Leash walking, Name…)


Puppy Training! First points to show your pup or canine! Sit, Housetraining, leave it, and also a lot more! This video is funded by Petflow! Set up automated pet food delivery today at 

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51 thoughts on “How to Teach The First 7 Things To Your Dog: Sit, Leave it, Come, Leash walking, Name…)

  1. Thanks for all the great tips in the live stream! I love your videos! You’re my favorite dog trainer! I love your kind and simple techniques!
    God bless and hugs to you and Bree and the fur babies!☺️❤️
    PS: this little pup is sooo cute!☺️❤️🐾

  2. I have always loved all your videos, because you showed us the process from the beginning of the training until the end of the training session which makes us see how improved the dog is💖💖

  3. My puppy learned to sit leave it and got potty trained in 2 weeks by me! Thanks to you! 🐶

  4. Im gonna get puppy this summer but Im not sure how to potty train her. I want him to pee and pup on newspepers. Do you have any advice hot to do that without thaz fence and doors. I want him to be free and go in every oart of ny apartment bu to poop and ped on one place

  5. Hi Zak, I’m loving your tutorials and learning a lot from them. I do have a question though. I have two sibling puppies and it’s virtually impossible to train them together. I also find that trying to get one alone without the other interrupting or barking for attention, is also difficult. I would love to hear your thoughts on this dilemma. Regards Michael (UK)

  6. See my videos on training more than one dog at a time. Great question!

  7. Firebreather 911 Hi I did not use amy fences or gates we just put his pad down.
    In his first weeks he peed everywhere and couldn’t pee his pad, he tried to pee there but he couldn’t reach there at time.
    Than when he peed on the floor or pooped we put his pee and poop on the pad.
    They learn where to poop easy but they don’t learn how to pee cause they can’t hold it and It’s normal cause pups are babies too.
    When he peed on the floor we didn’t attract with him so he knew that It was a wrong move.
    And I suggest putting a towel near his pad because they prefer to pee to ir but chooste one that is the same color as his pad, then remove the towel ONLY ıf he is peeing there.
    The towel thing worked reallt well for me and you shouldn’t put his pad where he can smell his food, put it as far as possible
    You wouldn’t want to pee where you can smell food would you lol

  8. “Understand that this truly can take a couple of monthes to complete”
    *Does it in 30 seconds*

  9. I love how Zak is in love with every. He is such a fan of them and cheers them on as he trains them, it’s really heartwarming <3

  10. I wonder if it’s humanly possible for him to get upset or frustrated. I mean with anything not just animals. *Sits in 4 hour honking traffic* “Give it time eventually with patience the cars will move” *car move and inch* “Yes! You see that’s the reaction we’re looking for”

  11. I’m going to attempt to train some of the younger dogs at my local rescue so that the owners and volunteer staff will have an easier time. Thank you!

  12. 😮😮I’m glad you guys are enjoying the video! Get MORE dog training tips and examples on instagram! @zakgeorge Download the app and follow me there! I’m very active on instagram! I do live shows and post new videos all of the time!

  13. This guy’s videos are probably the most helpful on YouTube. And on top of that, you can tell he truly truly loves dogs.

  14. I love your training videos so so much. I recently got my first own puppy since I turned 18 and you’ve helped me a lot! Last time I had a puppy I was 8… my beagle, dashhund mix is a very smart little guy but without your videos and techniques I would be lost! Thank you so much. Your patience is inspiring

  15. Well got through week 8 – 12!!! Really had some doubts, big unruly ball of fluff… and what to do? Your books and these videos are FABULOUS!! Watching multiple times helps me pick up details I may have missed the first time.
    You have helped keep me less frustrated, and more consistent than I might have been – THANK YOU!🐶

  16. We just adopted a one year old Rottweiler mixed pup from our local shelter, she seems SUPER well trained and follows basic commands nearly as well as our own kids do! This video was super informative!

  17. Great teaching, objective and simple. We can apply the concepts and strategies every day, any time, not just when it’s training time. Thank you!

  18. I just adopted a timid puppy from a puppy mill. Because of the puppies background , he is very timid and shy. I wanted to take him to training classes, and went to Petco. I am so glad I came across your videos! The trainers at Petco weren’t bad, but what you teach creates a bond while learning. It is way different than how they trained, and more effective. I tend to overanalyze things, so the way you explain things as youre teaching makes things so much easier! Thank you for all you do!

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  20. Love these videos super helpful! I’ve had many bad training habits in the past such as verbally getting loud to correct bad habits, but with my new puppy I’m so happy to find these helpful training tips so that we have a pup that we’re proud of and respects us 😁

  21. Took me 8 minutes cuz she is an inquisitive dobie. Also it will take time to implant the sit command into her brain. She only sits cuz she thinks she will get the treat.

  22. Canadians need to know we can’t order from any companies ýou use. Our neighborhood puppy pack is disappointed.

  23. Hey I want to know how to get a puppy to stop jumping so much but there is a lot of distractions and tips

  24. I KNOOOOOWWWW he said that but I watch all his videos so I thought I would know how to do it well and to say it’s not happening as fast (or at all) makes me so disappointed

  25. It is sooo important to get the basics down when training a puppy! Excellent training video!

  26. *Victoria had always been a dog lover. From the time she was a little girl, she always wanted a dog of her own. Her parents never allowed it, though, citing the fact that they were always too busy with work and didn’t have enough time to take care of a pet. Victoria eventually moved out of her parents’ house and got her own place. She decided that now was the time to get a dog of her own.*

    After doing some research, she decided on a Labrador Retriever. She went to the local shelter and found the perfect dog. He was a little older than she wanted, but he was so sweet and gentle. She took him home and named him Max.

    *Victoria quickly realized that Max needed some training. She didn’t want to leave him home alone all day, so she signed up for a dog-walking service. This was fine for a while, but Victoria soon realized that she wanted more from her relationship with Max. She wanted to be able to take him places and do things with him.*

    That’s when she found out about Brain Training for Dogs. This course promised to teach dogs everything from basic obedience to more complicated tricks. Victoria was hesitant at first, but she decided to give it a try.

    *After just a few weeks of training, Max was a different dog. He was well-behaved and obedient. Victoria was amazed at how well he responded to the training. She was also surprised at how much fun she was having.*

    Victoria and Max are now inseparable. They go everywhere together and do everything together. Victoria even takes him to work with her sometimes. She is so grateful that she decided to give Brain Training for Dogs a try. It has truly changed her life for the better.

    *Who knows what the future holds for Victoria and Max? But one thing is for sure: they will always be best friends. Thanks to Brain Training for Dogs, they have a bond that will last a lifetime.*

    Victoria received a lot of compliments from her friends about how much Max has improved. Some of them even said that they were considering signing up for the course themselves. Victoria is happy to recommend Brain Training for Dogs to anyone who is looking for a way to build a stronger bond with their dog. It has been an incredible experience for both her and Max.

  27. Thank you for sharing your story about how Brain Training for Dogs has positively impacted your life and relationship with your dog. I’m so happy to hear that it has been such a positive experience for both of you! I highly recommend this course to anyone who is looking to improve their bond with their dog. It really is amazing what this course can do!

    Victoria’s story is just one of many that attest to the power of Brain Training for Dogs. This course has helped countless people build stronger relationships with their dogs, and I’m sure it will continue to do so for years to come. Thank you again for sharing your story! It is truly inspiring.

  28. Hey Zak! My new Aussie puppy was raised outside her whole life and is scared of the indoors! Any tips for getting her used to it?

    She did engage in a small training session for the first time inside, and started to eat some food, so she’s definitely doing better, but she gets super playful outside, and inside she just won’t come out of her shell.

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