How to Teach Your Dog to Walk on a Leash without pulling!

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How to train your dog to walk on a leash without pulling.

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25 comments

  1. Getting down to the …
    Getting down to the dogs level really helped. I didn’t think I could do it but I had my dog walking like the dog in the video after only a few tries. It works for everything else as well.

    THANKS ZAK!

  2. Ha ha, show me a …
    Ha ha, show me a breed/mix that isn’t known to pull on its leash by nature. I wouldn’t encourage “getting into the dog’s face”, especially if its unsure/excited.

  3. Wow, that’s really …
    Wow, that’s really good! Parental style instead of dominating.

    Well, if your dog isn’t walking or stops. You stop too but make sure there’s tension on the leash and when she starts walking you praise her and keep up your pace. And teach her where to stop, like beside you.

  4. When I tell my Dog …
    When I tell my Dog “stay”, he listens, but looks like hes ready to jump away the moment I say ok. How can I keep him calm like these dogs?

  5. zak , my friend …
    zak , my friend found a dog out in the wild it had a leash , then he started taking care of the dog ,like walking with her and tuff , but not giving her food, and over the night he puts her in a basement thats not locked , so she starts to bark and idk wat to do :( i told dad to call the cop or something he said no

  6. I’m having problems …
    I’m having problems walking my dog on a leash without pulling. She is a small pekingese mix, 7 or 8 pounds. I try making her wait at the door before we go but she shakes with excitement. She pulls and constantly has her nose to the ground completely ignoring me. I’ve tried changing directions, or stopping but she just waits and then runs full force. I’ve seen people have a treat in hand but she’s too low to the ground for that. We walk every day but i’m getting so frustrated!

  7. I dunno… the …
    I dunno… the whole put your face in the dogs face is usually taken as confrontation by dogs especially while saying no and/or correcting, mild but still confrontation. Lets be honest. Most people who buy puppies dont train them, they wait for the dog to become completely out of control. What if the dog fails temperament tests? should it be killed?

  8. If you have the dog …
    If you have the dog from when ti is a puppy, and you train it right, and you always communicate on its level, it will love you, and would never bite you. If you get a troubled dog with a difficult past id agree tot his, but even then, they have to be temperament tested before being rehomed! The only thing I dont like about putting your face with theirs is if it is intimidating them. But it clearly wasnt here.

  9. i like the tips but …
    i like the tips but i prefer a more oldschool version. im a dog trainer and the first lesson i was taught as a dog trainer is dont put ur face in the dogs face. Sometimes you only get one chance NOT to do it. People please DONT DO THAT! LMAO!!! and its ok to give a slight pop on the leash, before the dog learns to follow you when u turn, u turn and the leash automatically pops. dont believe the hype lol.

  10. One day I decided …
    One day I decided take my cousin ugly puppy when I was taking care of it and cut it ears off and the tail too and shave it fur off and let it suffer out in the cold. But now my cousin hate me now. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  11. What i do is I take …
    What i do is I take animal that i find out in the wood or street and torture it to death, cuz i hate animals.

  12. Thanks for this Zac …
    Thanks for this Zac. I have a Parsons Russell female that is very hyper. I’m gonna try this technique. Will let you know.

  13. Thanks Zak!
    My dog …

    Thanks Zak!
    My dog cookie was terrible on the leash. And I learnd something equal in a obediance training. Five weeks with this and now it is very fine to go out with her!

  14. Great! for the tips …
    Great! for the tips, i also have a pitbull like callie that pulls a lot. hope this helps

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