How to train your dog not to pull- Loose Leash Walking

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To puts it simply- walking on a loose leash.
This video rapidly describes exercises to obtain your pet walking on a loose leash at hand. Put very basically FIRST you will teach the pet dog what you desire them to do! And second of all, stop strengthening them when they pull!

I show the workout utilizing a remote control, but if you do not have one, you can constantly utilize a verbal marker like yes and so on. However you will get much faster and trusted results using the remote control. If you hold the clicker in the same hand as the leash, and keep the treats in the other hand, you will find it easier to handle. Practice holding the leash, remote control, and deals with when you do not have actually the dog attached to the leash yet, so you do not end up being overloaded.

A fantastic book on loose leash walking, or ways to stop your dog from pulling is-.

My Canine Pulls. What Do I Do? by Turid Rugaas.

You can get this book on and other places too. Its extremely brief and has lots of photos.

I would recommend versus utilizing any kinds of favorable punishment when teaching any habits, but especially leash walking, as shocking or injuring a pet dog in fact increases their stress hormones in their body triggering the pet to be more hyper and most likely to become aroused and reactive to other pets and people (weather condition they want to welcome them or not).

DO NOT DROP THE LEASH! I showed myself dropping the leash on a street without any cars/danger and another person there. This would take place throughout an emergency situation, if you trip or fumble. In no chance do I support individuals who stroll with their canines off leash, you never ever can inform if a car will backfire, or who understands what, an earthquake etc with terrify your dog, and cause it to encounter traffic. If you don't like holding a leash, merely tie it to your waist like I finish with my dogs. Nevertheless walking in a safe place where pet dogs are enabled off leash is perfectly appropriate:-RRB-.


25 Responses to “How to train your dog not to pull- Loose Leash Walking”

  1. kikopup

    Nov 13. 2013

    +KoRnn69 I couldnt reply to your comment for some reason- I did get a lot of people asking me that so this video I am linking has 1- a dog that doesn’t want treats in a shelter and 2- a Saint Bernard – he is pretty big.  

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  2. Yaya

    Jul 27. 2016

    thanks ill try this at home ^-^

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  3. shimizimer

    Aug 04. 2016

    Going to try this right away 🙂

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  4. Renee11123

    Aug 05. 2016

    Good idea, I’ll definitely do this with my terrier mix.

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  5. Robert Herzberg

    Oct 16. 2016

    I have watched people get walked by their dogs for years.Here is a little help that will make you and your dog a lot happier.

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  6. Chris B

    Nov 07. 2016

    That was incredible, especially at the end when you dropped both leashes and both dogs remained beside you.. willingly 🙂

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  7. Sky M

    Nov 08. 2016

    I’ve been working on pulling with my dog since I got him at 8weeks. Had the smallest amount of improvement and he doesn’t even walk next to me, its right beside me and infront of me by 2 feet. Going to try this from scratch I guess and try some more. Been almost 10 months now..

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    • Jeffrey Bangarang

      Jan 22. 2017

      Scyler McFarlane I start in an area where they will stay in the position you want them in. start in your living room.

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  8. Ebiru2387

    Jan 09. 2017

    you indicate to click while walking with loose leash. Does this occur anytime during the walk when the leash has slack, or only when you stop, with slack?

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  9. Tatiana Rodriguez

    Feb 02. 2017

    This technique worked immediately, thank you for sharing.

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  10. Chuck Taylor

    Feb 02. 2017

    I got here from reading a web page “Is it harmful to attach a leash to your dog’s neck?”. The article praised the use of Harnesses -and- when I first got my dog, a GSD/Husky, I got a Freedom No Pull harness. He didn’t like it -but- I kept trying until it was to much trouble to chase him around the house before going out. Later I wanted to try again and this time I purchased a Ruffwear Front Range harness. At first sight he almost put it on himself. But every time thereafter he became more and more reluctant until I had the same situation. A chase and a cornering in order to get it on. Now the $40 collar hangs on the rack unused. What to do in this situation?? Can I have him wear it 24 hours at a time?? Rarely take it off?? At present I am using a Martingale collar. –AND I am not happy.

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  11. Nancy Schaefer

    Feb 05. 2017

    My miniature schnauzer just sits down and will not move.

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  12. DibaDooBop !

    Feb 06. 2017

    I wished this helped with dogs that bite the leash and roll over then jump on you and rip your clothes

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  13. Luigi

    Feb 26. 2017

    Thank you for the help! I have a Service Dog In training and she pulls occasionally. I will attempt this once my clicker arrives.

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  14. Thales Nunes

    Mar 06. 2017

    kikopup, my puppy just isnt that into treats. She loses interests even in boiled chicken after a minute of training or so, and it becomes really hard to get her attention. How can I deal with this? Can you plz help me.

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    • osker wyld

      May 25. 2017

      Thales Nunes Figure out what “currency” your dog loves. Maybe it’s a moment of playtime, maybe it’s some petting or maybe turkey. Figure out what it is that your dog LOVES and use that!

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  15. J W

    Mar 07. 2017

    My beagle walks perfectly on concrete roads but as soon as we are nearly any grass he just goes crazy and tries to follow all kinds of scent and pulls really hard… what do I do?

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  16. Sam Yang

    Mar 09. 2017

    I hope don’t use your own dogs to the show which teaching people for training cause your dogs already be trained.

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  17. Apoorva Khandeparkar

    Mar 18. 2017

    Hi, I have 2 adult cats 1male 11yrs old , 1female 2yrs old and I just adopted an Pomeranian-terrier mix, female 4yrs old. My cats are trying to be friendly but my dog growls and barks and scares them away. How can I help them to be friends and how can discipline her? please help..

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  18. Matthew Griffiths

    Apr 26. 2017

    my dog is good on walks but only until she sees other dogs , what she does is she trys to run towards the other dog she does not bark at them or bite i know she wants to play with them , shes a cross between border collie and lab n obviously i pull her back as i want to try n teach her thats not acceptable ,any tips on how to stop this

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  19. Sammie Howard

    May 02. 2017

    “Doggy Dan seem to have it all, he establishes a good rapport with both the dog and their owners[Go Here== ]. He uses the most simple and effective approach to training dogs. It’s amazing. I really love the video trainings. And he always display a willingness to help at all times. Doggy Dan is very knowledgeable in this business and his trainings gets results.’

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  20. DoggyDesiD

    Jun 07. 2017

    My dog is a hyper energetic dog hes a lab mix. when ever i walk out the door to walk him he starts barking and pulling my mom says give the leash and she pulls him back i dont think thats a good thing to do…ima try to teach my dog.


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