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How Do I End My Doggy From Biting the Leash?



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In this movie I am discussing and demonstrating distinct ways to halt your pet from biting the leash.

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  1. I have that dog to only that it's a boy #australian cattle dog

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  2. In addition to your video, dogs bite their leash while on a walk due to their reaction to stimulus. It's always the environment. What has helped me walk my cattle dog pup is keeping a fetch stick, ball or rope on hand while walking and using it to reinforce a drop or leave it. Sometimes just having something in his mouth while walking is all it takes. my pup will carry his fetch stick for long distances and that helps give him a job rather than biting his leash

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  3. I did the exact same thing and he was good for first walk, later that day I walked again and he went back to biting leash… so I did the training with reward for about a week maybe a little over a week… and 2 weeks later things haven't changed…. 😩 help!

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  4. Did this sweetheart get a home?

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  5. thank you thank you thank you!!!!!

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  6. hey bro, thanks for the video. I have put it on practice and it partially worked. I have a tireless doberman (el flako) and i would like to take him to walk or run, however my dog at first did not want the leash and bite it, i applied the knowledge on the video and my dog does not bites or chases the leash but he does not walk, he just stops there, i even offer him some meat and he does not go for it and he start moving right after i remove the leash jaja

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  7. I have an American bully & he has been biting my baseboards & causing considerable damage. how do i stop this?

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  8. My pit bull turn around and buy the leash it getting worst he bits for like 10 mins straight I try everything he becomes very aggressive when walking he very hyper for the first 10 mins then stop I need help I try everything

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  9. I have been doing this but my 9 week old bichon puppy gets very distracted by the food but reverts back to chewing on the leash & thrashes around…what should i do? >.<

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  10. Great vid! Question- Yesterday while volunteering at a local shelter I took out this one pitbull terrier that I have seen there for a while but never took out to walk before.

    He started biting at the slip leash and at first I thought he was just playing tug, but when we got outside he started biting it really aggressively, baring his teeth at me and no longer had seemed like he was just trying to have fun. I decided to take him inside and took a considerable effort to drag him inside.

    Once inside he actually started jumping at my hand and seemed angry to the point where I instinctively grabbed his collar and manhandled him to the front. I felt bad doing so, but he was trying to bite my hand, so I brought him to the front where the staff restrained him. Once he was calmed down he came by and licked me and didn't show that anger anymore. The source of the anger was the slip leash (he hates those, I didn't know that), and once on a normal leash he seemed okay.

    Was there a better way I could have handled this situation? I'm no dog expert, but in my time volunteering that was the first time one of the dogs showed that kind of anger towards me.

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  11. Hey I actually doggie sit a dog. The parents warned me but I dont think they stressed it enough haha. I was just wondering any tips for a dog once they see the leash in your hand they go crazy? Biting at your hands jumping up at you. Then when you finally get the leash on them, they do nothing but bite on the leash tugging and pulling even when walking down the street the leash is in her mouth chewing on this leash. Not even when I have treats can I get her focus nor toys. Should I maybe try different treats?

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  12. funny how i was just thinking about how to get my little dude to stop doing this and i came across your videos because i watched you shave your glorious beard off 

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  13. Great video!! We need more trainers like you. 

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  14. Great job Kevin. This is helpful to dog owners and trainers alike. Thanks for promoting dog adoption too!

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  15. Well done! This is very common and glad you covered the topic to help more people.

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  16. Kevin, great job. Also, I love the name of your company. 

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