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Old 03-20-2014, 08:30 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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I have seen a variation of this where you just stop dead in your tracks the second the slack goes out of the leash and only start again once it's slack again. There's also harnesses that do a similar things where the ring you attach the leash to is in the front instead of the back which turns them around when they pull too hard. Same concept.

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I used this technique when I was training my male not to pull on the leash. Each time the leash got tight, I would say, "ut oh" I would stop walking, he would have to sit. It didn't take long before he realized as long as the leash stayed loose, he would get to walk.

This technique taught my dog, tight leash, stop, sit, stay. So, I could just pull on his leash when I would come to in intersection and need to stop.

A funny incident that happened, I had him tied to a large liquid tide bottle. A man in a wheelchair was approaching and I was beyond even yelling distance away, as I was rollerblading around a big enclosed parking lot. Dog headed toward the man, leash got tight and he sat right down. Ha Ha, a tide bottle.
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Here's a question - I have two older dogs (mini poodles) who have walked comfortably together for 7 years. Now my pittie is 6 months. She walks just fine on her own, but when I try to walk all 3 she thinks it's playtime and will just try to wrestle with one of the older dogs. They are patient but not happy.

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Old 05-30-2014, 04:03 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Walk them far enough apart that they can't touch and then when they get tired out you maybe able to walk them together and see how it goes.


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I have used this method on a few dogs, some I have had success with, others needed a bit of a stronger correction like a prong collar... but I tried it on my most stubborn male.. and it worked pretty well after about 30 mins... it took us that long to get down one block. haha But I did it where there were dogs on either side of the road barking behind fences as extra distractions.
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first time I did it with Mel I went like 50 feet in an hour lol He walks amazing now
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Thank you all for this information. I'll be trying this with my 7 month old from now on as my goal is for him not to pull as well as for him never to walk in front of me. I've read something like this before but it hits home a bit more when it's from people rather than in a book.
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