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How to Prevent Dog From Pulling on Leash

Discussion in 'Training & Behavior' started by Lues Pinazo, Aug 26, 2018.

  1. Lues Pinazo

    Lues Pinazo Puppy

    We all have that relative, rival or friend with leash wielding expert skills and walk their dog effortlessly. Their dog isn’t pulling them down the road or caught around trees leash tangled up with another dog walking around the neighborhood.

    I don’t know if you are always caught in your feelings like I used to silently envying the skills of this person whose pet walks downstream without a hustle.

    Needless to say, exceptional leash walking prowess is not only in a conundrum of portraying your dog-parenting talents. When your dog walks perfectly on a leash, then it means that it is giving you all the attention hence making it possible for you to provide guidance and direction that is required during your walk..... Read more here...

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