My Dog’s FIRST Agility Lesson!

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“And of course the reward in this instance is access to the beer”

😂 Never thought I’d hear that in a dog training video

Author — Simply Ivyvine

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Zak, Inertia is doing so good with her weave pole training. Very impressive. Weaving was probably the hardest obstacle for my dog to learn. Don't know if you're actually going to train her for agility competition but if so, be aware that the dog must ALWAYS enter with the first pole at her left shoulder. You have her entering correctly when you begin, but as she gets through the last pole she turns and enters with the pole at her right shoulder. Not a good habit for her to get into.

Author — L. Lewis

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Just love how Inertia is so chill on the sofa and then springs into action when Dad brings over the boxes or signals the start of a new training session. What a smart girl!

Author — doggieadastra

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For anyone wanting to teach agility competitively to there dog the channel method is better. Also the dog needs to go in with there left shoulder like inertia does initially but when Zak turns her and goes back through the weaves she is entering the wrong way.

Author — Emmafoth

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Zak, there are many better ways to teach weaving :) . My personal preference is 2x2 but channel weaves and slanted V-poles are also very successful.

Author — Lia Goldie

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Inertia is like the smartest dog ever!!

Author — Crispy Tech

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it’s so funny cause we have that exact same rug that zak has in the room with the paintings of indy and inertia

Author — Macie Lenhart

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I love how you did the weaves. 😂 Not at all how I would train weaves or jumps if one wants to compete at a high level, but a fun way to teach pet dogs to just have fun with agility at home. 😊 She is super cute! How old is she now?

Author — Pam's Dog Academy

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You are the best trainer I have ever seen! Thank you for all your help over the years Zak!!! Crazy how big your pup is now. Seems like just yesterday you posted the video of getting her. Keep up the great work!

Author — Balrog

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Loving the more advanced stuff. Bailey is nearly 3 and has been trained by your videos. He's mastered the basics and very ready for more advanced stuff. We use trees, grave stones and flowerbeds to weave outside!

Author — New Forest Pony

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Another great video. The best thing about this entire video series is the fact that it really is inspirational when training your own puppy from day 1. I was rewatching earlier videos in the series and realized I’m having the same issues that Zak showed in those earlier episodes of training for Inertia but I’m also having gradual successes as well. And seeing where Inertia is now excites me to know what I have to look forward to with my own pup as long as I keep up the work on my end.

Author — Mighty Maximus

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Inertia has come so far! Keep up the series, it's so useful for many people :)

Author — becky

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love this video! where did you get the agility equipment from? 🐾💖

Author — Milo The Bordercollie

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Inertia gets really motivated for a mug of beer. I can relate to that 🍺👍

Author — Patrick Walsh

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Very cool! Really like that you are showing that the training starts indoors to minimize distractions and get the dog focused. It's a simple but very important advice for training anything new! And well done, Inertia!

Author — Icelandic Sheepdog Sara

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Awww! I just started watching your videos about a month ago and im addicted!! I'm getting a Bordercollie/ Great Pyrenees mix in about 3 to 4 weeks (im a first time dog owner). Your videos are so helpful! Thank you!!

Author — Allison.pineapple27

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I absolutely love Inertia and have loved watching her grow up from a pup from the first day you brought her home. I am getting a new cocker spaniel soon and your videos have been so helpful in informing me how to train him. I hope I get to meet you guys one day in Piedmont Park when I'm doing training😉

Author — Wallace Anderson

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This series has helped me with my new lab puppy and my other GSP dog. Sending love from Oklahoma!❤️

Author — Mauralee Boersma

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Nice to see you getting into agility, have you looked at the 2x2 method for learning weaves? We have had great success with it and our little sheltie, you should give it a shot, could make for a good video!

Author — Pixelbark

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Thank for everything you do we all appreciate it man❤️❤️💥

Author — Boitshepo Fortune