Dog Leash Pulling Strategies - Stay Close to Home

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Stay close to home once you start leash walking. This video shows the simple, but effective strategy with Jeff Millman of Watch and Train and Chicago Paws. 

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Anne VAlentine
I have used the technique where you make your dog sit whenever there is tension on the lead. It is very tedious at first because y... Read More
Friday, 24 February 2012 23:45
Linda Erdmann
I'd like to view the videos, but when I click on the "start" arrow, I am taken to another window with a tiny image. No video.... Read More
Monday, 05 March 2012 23:46
Jeff Millman
Anne, Thanks for your comment. Please try it again, it seems to be working now. If you are still having problems, it might be your... Read More
Tuesday, 06 March 2012 02:11
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Leash Training - Work Inside With Your Dog First

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Train your dog not to pull by starting inside using a leash. Watch Jeff Millman work with Cheese, a golden doodle and learn how to train inside to limit the distractions. 

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Dog Leash Walking - Walk Away

Train your dog to walk away if the leash is tight
It is important that your dog understands that if the leash is tight he should walk the other direction, or "walk away". This video shows simple steps to make this happen. 
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Cathy F.
Thank you for the information on Dog Leash walking. The videos have been helpful to watch and learn from them. I will have to go t... Read More
Monday, 05 December 2011 22:52
Jeff Millman
Cathy, I am glad the videos have been helpful. Keep watching and noticing the small improvements. They add up! Thanks for the comm... Read More
Tuesday, 06 December 2011 04:40
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Puppy training tip - use the leash inside

One of the most effective ways to prevent bad puppy behaviors from happening and help with overall training strategies is to have your puppy wear a leash inside and trail it behind him wherever he goes. You should always either watch your puppy or manage his behavior by putting him safely in a crate or other puppy-proofed area. If you are feeling guilty about using the crate, read this post about getting over the guilt of crate training.

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