How To Train your Dog NOT to PULL on the Leash! STOP CHASING or LUNGING at CARS on a Walk!

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This is real world leash training at its best! A lot of you love it when I have a challenge and struggle with a dog! Well you’ll enjoy this one then! Brutus has a very serious issue with lunging at cars on a walk. I’ll show you what to do if your dog is out of control on a walk plus the one thing to do that will give you a HUGE head start and the one thing that most people never think of.

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70 Comments on “How To Train your Dog NOT to PULL on the Leash! STOP CHASING or LUNGING at CARS on a Walk!”

    1. @Tara Wiselove How do you do it? I’m willing to put in the 2hrs lol, I walk (and by that I mean get dragged) by my dog everyday for 2hrs minimum. I like his video and would like to try it out, but I do want to be able to get some walks in while training you know?

    2. My method is different than Zak’s. I respect his channel and don’t want to take away from his training technique by inserting my own. Feel free to contact me. I can forward you my blog article on quick leash training. My email is

  1. I’m glad you used a normal untrained puppy to teach us and not an already trained dog. I can see what I can do in case certain behaviors happen. Thank you for this! Excellent video!

    1. I agree, i hate when they used a mostly trained but just not walked yet lower energy (but initially high energy just doesnt last long) dog. Then he gets tired in 10 min n is a perfect dog by default n laziness lol. This was a good unedited tells ya what ur really getting into video. My only gripe would have been starting with maybe 4 diff treats in the event he didnt like one or the other n about 4 diff toys a ball, rope, squeaky animal n maybe some type of bird toy that he instinctively may have gone after more n enjoyed more. N maybe getting the parents involved more esp the lady as he prob enjoys her the most because she handles him the least out of fear n would have responded more to her i bet.

    2. You can literally do anything to get your dog’s attention. As long as you’re distracting them from behaviors you do not want them to have that’s all that matters. That’s why Cesar Millan is as successful as he is he does not use treats or running around and rolling around in the grass he uses touch. People say he’s abusive I think even this man that does these videos may have said that in the past, but I disagree when he touches those dogs they do not Yelp in pain or make any noises like they are hurt at all. And if you watch groups of dog when they are together that’s exactly how they interact and let other dogs know what they want or don’t want. You don’t see other dogs showing another dog what they want or don’t want by running around and rolling around in the grass and making funny noises.

  2. 😮😮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!

    1. Wodyo the only thing hurting your dog teaches them is to be afraid of humans and you idiot your dog is going to get shot for biting a stranger from being scared you’re a pathetic owner

    1. @M.B Yeah, it depends on the dog but in the main dogs want to be the leader in a pack like Huskies and go to the front, so with the retractable lead she can go 10 to 15 meters in front and when she stops to sniff and piddle at a power pole, etc, there is plenty of time to stop, otherwise, she runs alongside on my left. Just start off slow because the dog has no idea at first but they are usually quick to learn. A puppy would be a nightmare. lol

    2. Well, maybe poor dog – being adopted by people who might not have considered how they’d have to plan for and adapt to the needs of the large, strong, energetic dog they chose to bring into their home ¯_(ツ)_/¯

    1. Dog training is 40% dog training and 60% owner training
      It is extremely important that the owners continue the training on a daily basis. Anything done daily becomes much easier to do. Repetition Teaches.

  3. We trained our first dog to not pull on a lead by just stopping every time he pulled and he quickly picked up on it. This also helped when we got our second and third dog because they automatically followed suit knowing they’d also get a treat occasionally.

  4. Dogs energy is like really high yeah honey was meatball she’s adorable and I really like your show this is my first time watching I’m going to go subscribe right now to help you all out

  5. It’s nice to see a video with a “real life” dog and his “real life” owners as opposed to a dog that’s already trained. This stuff takes time and life is messy.

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