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Training Your Dog to Walk on a Leash

Introduce the puppy to the collar or harness and leash. Start out by letting him get used to wearing a collar or harness and a leash. Let him wear them for short periods of time in the house while you are playing with him and giving him treats. The puppy should love collar-and-leash time because it represents food and fun.

6 effective tips to stop dogs from leash pulling

Taking your dog for a walk? Your pup might have different goals for the outing. Humans generally like to walk in an orderly fashion along a sidewalk or trail. Dogs like to follow their noses from smell to smell. Humans have a deliberate pace. Dogs vary their speed in fits and starts as they take in the scents around them before moving on to the next.

Leash Training A Puppy or Dog: How to Walk a Dog That Pulls

Wondering how to train a dog to walk on a leash so your dog is walking happily by your side, stopping when you stop, turning when you turn, and continuing with you past other dogs and people? He doesn’t pull on the leash, and he only goes potty and sniffs when you give permission. Dog leash training is probably the most challenging thing you will probably teach him to do, but leash training a puppy is fun and well worth the effort! Read on to begin to make this vision a reality.


Leash Training Tips Podcast by: Susan Garrett


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