|No Pull Walking
Walking Without Pulling
Start out for a walk with your dog.
(But don’t plan to get very far.)
When the leash goes tight…Stop.
When your dog puts slack into the leash, (or if your dog
turns to look at you and steps back) you can begin
For puppies and sensitive dogs stopping may be
For a large dog with an established habit of pulling,
changing direction quickly or backing up might be
better when your dog pulls. See what seems to work
Pay attention! (No texting)
Never let your dog pull.
If you have an energetic dog this technique works best
when you move more quickly.
If you need to change direction, or get him/her going in
another direction pull - then release the leash as you
walk away in the direction that you want to go.
|(c) 2012 Barbara Rivera
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