Say good by to frustrating walks: Loose leash walking.
How to improve loose leash walking. 2) Reward with a closed hand: Give rewards with the hand closest to your dog and keep the loose leash crossing your body. Have the treat in the close hand but hand closed. Your pup will know the treat is there and will want it. Begin to give fewer treats at this point and only when your fluffster is doing it just right.
It’s important to be consistent with these steps and to practice regularly, slowly building in duration as you progress. Do this and you and your furry friend will be walking like a pro in no time! Consistency and regular practice more easily when scheduled so it may help to set dates and times to work on these steps.
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