After Everything I Taught This Dog.. I’m Still Worried About Her MOST DANGEROUS Habit.

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29 Comments on “After Everything I Taught This Dog.. I’m Still Worried About Her MOST DANGEROUS Habit.”

  1. Love your videos! You’re such an amazing dog trainer, with years of skill that I hope to learn from.

    Do we know what breed Biscuits is yet?

  2. I swear that your videos get better and better! You’re one of my idols, I watch your videos mostly when I plan on training my dog a new trick 😌

  3. Biscuits has done so well with her training, and you’ve worked so hard to help her with her resource guarding issues. I’m very glad that biscuits has landed herself a great home, and I wish her a happy and healthy life! Can’t wait to see who you take on next 🙂

  4. I love how excited biscuits was to meet her new family, and I’m so excited to see what’s next for your channel. Keep up the great work Zak.

  5. When Jasper was 2 (and never retaliated if a dog attacked him) we were asked to take 6 year old Bryn who resource guarded EVERYTHING! She took all Jasper’s toys off him and we had to feed them separately until I cured Bryn. I did it by inventing a new game called Sharing. It involved a lot of treats and both dogs put on weight for a while. Bryn didn’t get 100% with her resource guarding until she was 12! (She died when she was 15 and Jasper clearly missed her so we got Marzieh who has done a little bit of puppy resource guarding but nothing like Bryn!)

    It was clear that nobody had hand fed Bryn treats but always threw them to her which was no good for the Sharing game. She didn’t know where her teeth were. Poor girl. She tried so hard to take treats gently.

  6. Yay Biscuits!! I’ve really been enjoying the reality dog training series. Something I would love to see you tackle … would be picking a dog sport to compete in with inertia, and documenting your training and competitions. Maybe show people what’s out there and what it takes to train a dog to do those kinds of things.

  7. I was watching another trainer the other day, and his trainings were promising, just as you with treats and a lot of patience, then 20 episodes further he was using e-collars, how can you get off-road so relatively fast? Love you’re video’s Zak, please stay on the right road. Much appreciated. And love biscuit too, Cheers.

  8. I am so impressed with your training of Biscuits. You both have worked so hard on her behaviors. Your patience in working on resource guarding was especially interesting. I am benefiting from your knowledge with our new lab puppy, thank you!

  9. This has been an enjoyable series. I’ve not seen this type of dog have obedience training before. Was happy to see it. We have been working with a specific breeder for some time and our puppy was born a week ago….red standard poodle. I’ve been watching your videos for a year now and read your books. Now that it is getting real I’m excited and NERVOUS. Can I follow through, can I teach her what she needs to know to be a well behaved girl. Will I have enough energy to keep up……so many concerns. Yikes! We will also be doing puppy classes. Thanks for all the videos and training you do.

  10. Hear me out… 1. 2 dog adoption. One trained by you and Bree. One trained by a mentee. 2. They get to learn from you both dog training and Youtube storytelling! 3. You get to train someone in real life to use your methods. Sounds like a blast to me. A short video on your screening process for adopters would be cool. I screened for a local rescue and their process was very thorough. Would be great to see how you both approach it!

  11. I’m going to miss Biscuits. Her series went so fast. What a sweet special little gal. You and Bree did great work with her – and Inertia too.

  12. Biscuit seems like the first dog you’ve trained who is mainly, almost completely, internally motivated, and your methods have worked absolutely Amazingly well. In the beginning, I didn’t think she could be trained, just conditioned, but as she goes to her new family, I think you have laid a foundation for her to grow and grow in relationships over the years. Congratulations!!!!!

  13. I really enjoyed the series with cute little Biscuits. However, I was quite surprised that you had her for just a couple days. That doesn’t seem long enough to get her ready for a new home. Perhaps, that’s why she went to a house where the woman was already experienced in training dogs. It seemed weird to give Biscuits to someone who was fostering so many puppies that she could have adopted. What about training a puppy to go to a family with kids? How about “training” the kids to handle a new puppy? That would be awesome to watch. Keep up the good work!

  14. Hi Zak, in your videos you often refer to things like the “latest scientific research”. Do you have a place for your audience to see which research sources you’re referencing? I.e. the journal articles, studies, etc. that you find important for your field of study. Thank you!

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