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Polite Leash Walking Course – Teach Dog to Stop Pulling On Leash



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This system is designed to train you how to prepare your pet dog to wander politely on a unfastened-leash. A lot of pet dogs pull when on leash, which tends to make walking both of those uncomfortable, dangerous, and destructive for both of those the pet dog and their operator.

Included in this system are lectures and video demonstrations that cover matters these types of as why your pet dog pulls, what form of tools we need to use, and unique tactics and workouts to use as you prepare your pet dog.

Pet dogs that study polite leash walking are a enjoyment to choose out, and as a end result, they love training, independence, and socialization. This assists prevent both of those healthcare issues caused by lack of training, and conduct difficulties caused by not obtaining out for a day by day wander.

This course teaches polite leash walking utilizing beneficial reinforcement and force-no cost instruction.

32 comments

  1. it seems dogs can't be trained in batches, while some can be given tennis lessons in batches  🙂

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  2. cute

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  3. Great song! Who plays it?

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  4. yeah sure, bribe the dog why don't we?

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  5. This video is great nice animation and attitude on the dog the  collected body language on the handler just screams professional one of the best I've seen

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  6. This is a terrible method. The dog was walking and expecting a treat every second.

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  7. Free advice for this business owner: Calling potential customers "Cheapskates" is awful. Shame on you. This is not an appropriate business model for any condition. I was actually going to buy your services until I saw your comment.

    I'm not just "armchair advising" here. My business advertising and product touches MILLIONS of clients every day. It was not listed on Forbes 500 because we called our potential customers "cheapskates". Respect goes both ways; I hope you receive and properly utilize this advice. Re-wording your titles with HONESTY, not inappropriate keywords and skipping the name calling will not only make you look like a professional, it will probably increase your business 10-fold. 

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  8. Hey for the haters that say this is a "waste of time". The video is called "Polite Leash Walking Class". Do you really think a video that is 1 minute long is an entire class? Of course it's our marketing video for our paid online class. Folks gotta eat!!! We have plenty of free tutorials on this channel too. So enjoy those, cheapskates. 🙂

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  9. What a misleading waste of time. The video's title obviously makes it sound as if you're going to actually tell us how to do it. Downvoted.

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  10. I need help here. What if my dog don't eat outside? She is only thinking about going out. When I gave her treats she don't eat when she's outside.

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  11. waste of time video.   I will remember

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  12. My yellow lab pulled because she wanted to sniff at every spot. She would sometimes stop at a particular spot and sniff for at least 10 mins! Even after that I tried to drag her away from the spot but she simply pulled me back! Sometimes, I thought, what could be so wrong for them to sniff when it is their nature to sniff but then on the other hand it can be quite aggravating for me as she would drag me to the spot!

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  13. My weimaraner is like that too

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  14. okay , but is there a way in which I don't have to always wear a fanny pack full of chicken livers?

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  15. Hi, the coupon code has expired, would you put a new one up?

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  16. Didnt this guy has his own channel with his german shepherd? What's his name?

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  17. Love the video – love to see a happy dog, happy to work with the owner 🙂

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  18. Good ear!

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  19. local natives :]

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  20. just watch Cesar

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  21. This doesn't need to be a class just don't give them trwat and be the dominate one and go sh amd tug on there colar wrked for me soncr day one

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  22. We personally like having dogs that walk with their head up an often offering eye contact and attention. It is not quite a heel, but somewhere in between looking ahead and walking at heel. Perhaps you can post a video of your dog walking the way you like so we can compare?

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  23. From pulling to begging?

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  24. I love this cause I'm getting a black. Lab puppy

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  25. Start by exersizing your dog regularly and she wont feel the need to pull you around. Most of the clients I see think that training is the one and only answer, when in reality the problem is that there is no exersize.

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  26. Our training is heavily biased toward positive reinforcement.
    We do not use punishment that involves pain or fear.

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  27. Do you work only "in posiive"?

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  28. Unit 9 of our course is Fading Out Treats

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  29. So the dog will walk outside staring at your hand waiting for a treat. I want my dog to walk with me on my side and act normaly, not waiting for a treat…

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  30. In our class, we answer the question of "My dog doesn't eat treats outside".

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  31. Treats don't intrigue my dog in the outside 🙁

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