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  1. holla!!

  2. What an incredibly cute puppy and a great session. I hope it will get lots of people to start working with a clicker.

  3. so when you have a puppy (border collie) and you don’t exactly know wether or not they are food or play driven, when you start conditioning the clicker, do you give the reward alternating between the two (a treat and a small round of a game)? or at random times? i just want her to understand that when i click she gets either a treat or a3 second play time. I know my golden is food driven, and when i click and try to play with a ball or tug toy, i can tell he’d rather have a treat, and he is kinda confused if i do break out a toy because he’d much rather have a treat (so now i stick with treats for him)  Thank you. (i don’t have my pup yet, but will in the next couple weeks) 

    • Completely confused… you posed a question and had some answers and then said they weren’t answers to the questions you were looking for and then something is answered that was in your question and you say you know LOL! So I have literally, no idea what you’re asking 😉

    • I’m with +Jeez Louise… I’m completely confused… 

    • Danika Deschaine

      August 12, 2014 at 1:23 pm

      +Sarah Anderson
       +Jeez Louise Sorry for the confusion; i was stating about my golden and what i do for his currency. my question is, when starting to introduce the clicker and what it really means (to a puppy you dont know what their currency is) do you alternate with play and treats with every click?  I am sorry!!  haha.  Its a border collie pup im getting this weekend, and i just thought i should ask.  (i kinda assume by her personality she’ll be play driven, but just in case i wanted to introduce that the clicker can mean play or food as a reward. )  Does that clarify?

    • +Danika Deschaine If you just want the puppy to know that both rewards could come out of a click just use them both, but try not to be too predictable, if you are the puppy will always know what to expect and will get kind of bored. For instance, use a toy a couple of times and then switch off and do treats a few times, then switch and do a toy once, then several treats, then several toys and then one treat, etc. Every now and then use a really fabulous toy (but not all of the time because it will lose it’s “specialness”), or every now and then throw in an extra tasty treat etc. Always keep them guessing about what delightful thing will come next for best effect. 

      I hope this answers your question. 🙂

    • +Sarah Anderson Thank you!!! =)

  4. I don’t know if Dennis is new or if he edited but I thought the editing seemed better than ever in this video. Thanks for the great videos!

  5. Hey zack I have really quick question I have pure Siberian husky and I really wane train him off leash can you help me please and please like it so he can see it !!!!

  6. Catherine Fenton

    August 10, 2014 at 7:21 pm

    Does PETFLOW sell choke chains because I was thinking of going there but if they sell choke chains then I won’t be ordering from there.I will never order ANYTHING from a pet store that sells harmful products?!.

  7. I just got a clicker! Thank you

  8. Jon Fitzgerald

    April 6, 2015 at 12:38 pm

    you are the best dog trainer I have ever seen.

  9. Thank you for this, I have a 2 month Old Siberian Husky and he’s kinda stubborn, I’m gonna try this. 🙂

  10. what should vegan people give dog as a reward…………………….

  11. Максим Яковлев

    July 22, 2015 at 8:42 pm

    Do dogs get confused if several people are using clickers with their dogs at the same time?

  12. You’re wonderful dude. Love your vids.

  13. So excited to start training my pup after watching this video… also you converted me I am ordering a clicker now. 🙂 Thanks for addressing using your mouth to make the “clicking” sound and why that doesn’t really work.

  14. I use a snapple cap.

  15. Will clicking your fingers give you the same effect

  16. this guy is good, but the stupid product placements and sponsors are so annoying. they waste so much time
    . Just put a link in the description and get on with the video.

    • It’s not like he does ads for random things. The clicker thing is useful, as the video is about clickers and the company sells them for cheap.

    • nima tayefeh- you think he makes enough money from patreon for all these quality helpful videos? They do take time and he’s showing you how to train your dog yourself for free. Quit your nagging.

    • People need to eat man. He probably does this for a living.

    • Fr0d0B2g0sz You realize these videos don’t make him alot of money

    • Melissa Hutchins

      May 6, 2018 at 8:32 pm

      I am very thankful that Zak is providing such valuable information to us for free. And I realize he also has bills to pay and a living to make. I’m happy to hear about new things for my dog anyway. Thanks Zak!

  17. This is awesome but my 2 year old dachshund terrier mix is very submissive and scared of everything..she has a hard time coming when called even with a treat because she’s so scared she’ll be punished. I can’t use a clicker with her because the noise makes her run, she’s so scared of loud noises. I’ve been trying to work with her but she’s very hard to train because she’s not motivated by toys and is only sometimes motivated by food :/ sometimes when I try to get her to sit or lay down she rolls over on her belly submissively, so I’ve been trying to show her that by doing that she doesn’t get a reward.

    • Financially Free

      August 1, 2016 at 5:37 am

      thats tough.. try considering consulting a trainer in your area (search on google) and read reviews and make sure they use positive reinforcement — not choke collars, etc.

  18. MimiLuvsTweety

    July 28, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    what a smart dog😊🐶

  19. Kristine Sabado

    June 30, 2017 at 9:48 pm

    I don’t even have a dog, what am I doing here 😂😂

  20. The best trainer ever

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