The # 1 reason dog owners quit walking their dog is because their dog has a leash pulling problem.
Well actually, you, the dog owner has the leash pulling problem.
Your dog doesn’t care if he pulls you down the street or not. Just as long as he gets to that other dog he’s so interested in.
This is quite a lot of fun for your dog but stressful and embarrassing for you.
So if you are finally tired of complaining about your dog whining, barking and pulling just to meet the on-coming dog, this video is just for you.
First you have to understand: Your dog’s leash pulling is not his problem–it’s your problem
Quit blaming your dog and let’s get to work.
In this video I’m going to give you two options on handling your dog when other dogs approach and I’m going to give you 3 tips to fix the problem.
Here’s what we will go over:
- How and where to practice on your leash pulling problem
- How valuable your reward must be to train your dog on the leash pulling problem
- How to get close to dogs without your dog reacting!
Take my tips on fixing your dog leash pulling problem and soon enough you will once again be enjoying walks with your dog.
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Together We Can Raise A Happy and Obedient Dog
Jim Burwell, is Houston’s most respected dog trainer for 25+ years, serving over 10,000 clients. Jim takes the science of dog training and shows you how to make it work with your family and dog.
If you need more help to have a well behaved dog, here is the link I talk about in the video: