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This is an that supplements the techniques that I have presented on this topic already. It is not by any means a conclusive, end-all solution to stop leash-pulling. However, after having worked through everything else mentioned in my other videos on teaching loose leash walking, I find that a lot of dogs learn very quickly with this approach that they must not pull if they want to continue the walk. It is important to note however, that using food as a reward after every 'roundabout' may cause some dogs to pull just so they can come around for a reward. Using food rewards occasionally should eliminate this problem. Links ——– How to teach Loose Leash Walking (PART 1): ‘Getting your to stay next to you' www.youtube.com PART 2: ‘Helping your dog relax and be calm on walks' www.youtube.com How to teach your dog the HEEL position demonstrated in this video: www.youtube.com
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    • July 23, 2012

    We are about to adopt a rescued German shepherd that is 8 years old . Poor thing has spent his life locked up. The rescue place we are getting him from say he has leash pulling issues. Any advice on training an older dog?.

    • Pandaraze
    • July 23, 2012

    My border collie x rescue used to pull quite a lot, which is very dangerous here due to icy roads! But after clipping the leash to the front of her harness she immediately stopped pulling!:D

    • triviumlambofgod
    • July 23, 2012

    what would you suggest if the dog isnt pulling, but sitting and doesnt want to move forward?

    • roxyr1024
    • July 23, 2012

    What if she bites and tugs at the leash…sigh…

    • Francis Gereon Ferrater
    • July 23, 2012

    thanks. 🙂

    • ck12435
    • July 23, 2012

    what if they get the wrong idea and decide to walk behind you?
    do you do the same thing that you have shown?

    • BlackTiggar1234
    • July 23, 2012

    that dog is so cute…bt ive tried tht alot of times with my puppy,and he only seems to do it with food

    • thx4thvenom
    • July 23, 2012

    My dog a golden retriever, initially LOVES the walk. But in the middle of the walk, she would SIT and wont budge to move at all. She even lays down!! How do I get her to resume walking again? This is very dangerous since she would sit in the middle of the road UNEXPECTEDLY where cars are passing by! She could get hit! =(

    • thx4thvenom
    • July 23, 2012

    And yes I’ve tried pulling the leash. Still she wouldnt budge and sit still. Or worse, lies down in the middle of the road.

    • KieronWolf
    • July 23, 2012

    My German Shepherd would do this out of fear. She’d make a complete stop if we walked too far away from home. What I did to remedy this is to make the outside all sunshine and rainbows for her. The main motivator for my dog is her chicken treats.

    If your dog is motivated by food easily, try waving it in her face. When she gets up to go after the food, begin walking while holding it in her face. After a suitable distance is gained, reward her in a very happy tone. Rinse and repeat.

    • thx4thvenom
    • July 23, 2012

    okay I’ll try that. but the thing is it’s ON THE WAY HOME. she’ll just lie down in the middle of the road and cars pass by and honking at her. I HAD TO pull the leash and drag her. i panicked! The thing is that she MIGHT be really tired as she’s around 7 years old now rather than scared. she knows the area really well. one time she was gone from my house, we looked for her everywhere, and one hour later she was back! its fine if she wants to rest for a bit, not in the middle of the road though!

    • LTran21
    • July 23, 2012

    the camera is too close to your face

    • netrkssm
    • July 23, 2012

    i have german shepard too and m teaching her to stand on hind limbs but she does only when i put treat on top of nose plz givve sugestion to make her stand when i saywithout putting treat up plz…..

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