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Old 02-14-2014, 07:09 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Just Tap Pits View Post
Plenty of pullers to harness in printing at very young ages. NO WEIGHT just a harness and tracer and maybe amd empty 2 liter a few times a week for short periods of time until maturity. It gets the dog use to having a harness on and noise behind them.... but besides that ive never heard of a seasoned wp training young dogs under 18 months....
I do agree with this point.

getting a harness for short walks will get the pup used to having it on and walking with it.. After a few months of this put a noisy item in tow (like a can of rocks) Them pulling the noisy item will get them used to not only pulling something, easy as it is.. (which builds self esteem, which is important) but it also gets them used to the noise behind them.
Awesome point J
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