Improve Loose Leash Walking: Part 3

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Say good by to frustrating walks: Loose leash walking.

A og show a great example of loose leash walking.
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Loose leash walking part 3) Stop moving if your dog pulls: Stop walking forward if your dog pulls ahead and wait for them to come back before going again. This takes patience for both you and your furry friend. It may take many reps and corrections to get this all the way down, however once you get it right the dividends just keep paying off!

Training your dog to walk well on their loose leash will take time and patience. If you find you’ve spent several months consistently applying the above tips and you’re not seeing any positive progress, we recommend reaching out to a professional trainer for advice and guidance. Not all dogs and breeds are alike and while some will take to this training quickly, others may not. Not getting frustrated is always the first step. Dogs pick up on frustration and may act out because of their owners mood. Always strive to keep calm and in control so that you may project that down to your doggo.

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