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my is a whetton terrior, he's a good , but whenever i go on a walk with him, and i take off his leash, he runs off. how do i teach him not to run off, i want to trust my dog? thanks he's 2 yrs old

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Answer by fetchdog
train him to come when called….that was easy!

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    • Ashlyn W
    • March 8, 2012

    spend time with him. make sure u are the one to feed him everyday. u have to learn his trust. pretty soon, when u let him off the leash he might still run off, but he will come back when u call him

    • Angie-Pangie
    • March 8, 2012

    Never take your dog off the leash unless you are in a dog park. This is VERY dangerous. Your dog can get hit by a car or lost.
    P.S. Terriers are some of the hardest at to train when it comes to this sort of behavior,it’s because of their pray drive.

    • Beth A
    • March 8, 2012

    Do not take off his leash until you are sure of his ability to come. Teach him recall, teach him heel and start easy.

    Go from teaching (his name) “Come” and “Heel” in
    1. Your house
    2. Your backyard
    3. Your front yard on a long lead (10 ft)
    4. The EMPTY park on a long lead (10 – 30ft)
    5. The mildly busy park on a long lead (10 – 30ft)
    6. The busy park on a long lead.

    Then, go again without the lead, ask for a friends help to wrangle him in. NEVER PUNISH A DOG FOR COMING.
    1. Your front yard, unleashed.
    2. An EMPTY park, unleashed.
    3. The dog park, unleashed.

    Keep working until he’s consistent. Do a count of 10 tries, and make sure that he comes AT LEAST 8 – 9 of those comes/heels.

    Wow.. of course he runs away, do you know how awesome the big world is to a dog?

    • Jacob B
    • March 8, 2012

    ur never gonna get a terrier to be good off leash

    • TKS
    • March 8, 2012

    Obedience classes and working up to off leash after a long line (ie. 20-50ft) and a fenced in area. You also need to work on your recalls. Make sure you always praise him when he comes and reward with a treat if necessary.

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