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How to educate my puppy to wander on a leash with no pulling



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How to educate my puppy to wander on a leash with no pulling

Study how to prepare your puppy to not pull on walks and wander on a free leash.

Study to get your puppy to stop pulling on the leash. I will share a basic procedure which is going to simplify your dog’s wander.

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  1. Ugh… Having Soo much trouble with my 7# chiweenie! I can't even take one step without her pulling! I could easily drag her because she's so small BUT that's NOT what I want! I say "no" and stop… Then I take one step and she starts pulling again. The future doesn't look very bright. I can even stop, put her in a sit, but the very next step… She's pulling! Please help!

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  2. But what if your dog doesn´t pull forward but backwards because he doesn´t want to walk? I do have a 5 month old Westie puppy, and i really have a hard time taking her out for a walk. She sometimes simply refuses to walk, plus you don´t always have the time to let your dog do whatever he wants to do.

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  3. wow, it is amazing how animals learn to follow instructions. ~ Vero

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  4. This is great! I always learn something awesome on your videos!

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  5. Are you having difficulty walking your dog on leash? How are you dealing with this issue? Is your dog pulling you on leash all the time or just for certain reason? Make sure to watch my other videos regarding this topic using the following link: https://youtu.be/hulClZVlGwc?list=PLtpQk4y0FQeVhFwEebGPiC3fgGSmSuO7W

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