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How to Train your DOG NOT to JUMP

How to train your dog to stop jumping!! 😮😮I’m glad you guys are enjoying the video! Get MORE dog training tips and examples on instagram! http://instagram.com/zakgeorge @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!

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How to train your dog not to jump

Do you want to know how to stop your dog from jumping on you and others?

So many people are short circuited early in their attempts to train their dog because their dog jumps and they become frustrated and stop. Share this video to help others learn how to effectively communicate with their dog without force!

The problem may seem big, but the solution is pretty simple! In my LATEST video, I’ll give you a thorough yet easy-to-understand way to end ALL unwanted jumping!

I’ve been letting you guys choose my “next video” lately, and it’s working out wonderfully! So would you like my next video to be about,

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


B) Walking on a leash without pulling (with Nina the All-American Mutt:))

  1. Meg Melillo

    How to teach my dog not to jump when I don’t have anyone to hold his leash. I end up pushing him off me. I rescued him and he is bigger and stronger than I really wanted but I am trying to work it out. He is 8 months old snd has tons of energy

  2. Rich Smith

    Zak, I really enjoy your videos and find them so helpful. I am using your instruction and I am starting to see positive results. Jumping is a big issue for me. I am constantly being cut by my dog’s claws. I am on blood thinners so I bleed a lot. Thanks for your suggestions. I will certainly use them.

  3. K R

    What do you do when guests don’t want to comply, though? Does it still make it possible to train? Our corgi pup has learned things with us, but when it comes to guests, he’s different. I think it’s because some people don’t want to go along with some of our rules or training. Making it difficult when it comes to guests. Half guests comply, half don’t because they think it’s no big deal!

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