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My New Puppy: The First 36 Hours (NEW SERIES: The Dog Training Experience Episode 1)

Welcome to my new series, “The Dog Training Experience”! In the premier episode, you’ll see what my experience is like in the first 36 hours with my puppy. How to handle crying at night, potty training, socialization, clicker training and much more! Join me as I show you how I train my new dog everything! Thanks for sponsoring the first episode of The Dog Training Experience PupBox! Go to https://www.pupbox.com/zak and enter discount code “ZAK” to get 50% off of your first PupBox when you sign up for a multi-month subscription!

If you want the full experience, follow @zakgeorge on Instagram. I show you Inertia’s progress in realtime as well as do live training and answer your questions: http://www.instagram.com/ZakGeorge

Are you new to this series? Get caught up with all of “The Dog Training Experience” videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMssKIjsDxXl_ZXQgcHlEY_fC-yL5P76N

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  1. Zak George’s Dog Training Revolution

    😁👍Thank you for the feedback everyone! I’m glad you’re enjoying! It only gets better from here! 🕺🏼Episode 2 comes out next Sunday July 28th, and episode 3 Comes out next Wednesday July 31st! 2 episodes in 1 week! I’ve had Inertia for 4 weeks now! We have been posting (and will continue to) realtime updates on instagram and have been doing a lot of live training too! http://instagram.com/zakgeorge🤗🤗😁

  2. Nadjia Derouin

    We have a very young toddler walking freely in the the house, and will soon be introducing a Bernese mountain dog mix pup to our mix, Is it best to keep the puppy in the crate most of the day? Or should we simply Leave her in like the kitchen with her puppy pad, only having her in the living room for short burst to interact with the toddlers, As i understands the best way to successfully train a puppy to be indoor without accident is to keep her pee pad close to lead her on them after meals, play and naps.

    In the event that i am caught up with the toddler needs, and cannot get to the puppy in time, would it be better to have her properly installed in her crate during those moments so to better be able to guide her with her needs and have isolate moment’s where me and our toddler can interact instead of letting her roam about the house all day with us ?

    Puppy training seem easy when you’re not doing two sort of training, Would you have any good advice about going about with the restriction of having a toddler in the main living area ( Acces to food bowl and crate and pee pads have to be out of reach of the human toddler while still in reach of the dog as i understands it )
    This is my first dog.
    I have two teenagers so it not an issue on that side, but we have 1 toddler of 25 month

    or if you have any links or video that treats of this and the best ways to keep a good routine of training while still attending to a very young child need and restriction in access.

  3. Emily Facemier

    Hi Zak! I’m getting a dog soon and I wanted to thank you for your videos. I’ve been watching some of your videos so I can have a better idea of how to train a dog and I find your channel really helpful even though I haven’t started yet!

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