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Leslie - 233329   Lakeside, AZ

11/4/2012 7:00:22 PM

Good article. This method works! thanks

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dave nilsen   siuox falls, SD

8/14/2009 5:29:00 PM

very good as a hunt tester we have to have good heeling to the line will try this out and see what comes of it

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kristin   dayton, OH

8/11/2009 9:28:18 AM

to help you could use a gentle leader (they work well!!) i used one myself

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Maya   Woodside, NY

8/8/2009 1:08:43 PM

I use an easy walk harness on my dog. It's like the gentle leader, but they aren't bothered with something on there face. Another good tactic is to just turn and change direction when they start to pull.

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sheila   Tampa, FL

8/5/2009 12:03:50 PM

I've learned quite a bit from watching the Dog Whisperer. If you pay attention to your dog, they'll give you little clues that they're getting distracted from the walk and they're about to lunge or try to take off...give a tug to the side,not up or back, to get their attention before they actually get fixated on whatever it was that had their attention before.


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Barbra   Glen Cove, NY

8/5/2009 10:26:56 AM

I have a Maltese and a Cairn Terrier who constantly pull making walks a miserable chore.Your method probably works but I am having a hard time with it.I haven'y tried backing up yet--that will be today's trial!! Thank

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Holly   Bristol, CT

8/5/2009 10:19:46 AM

Gentle leaders work wonders too. My dog is totally different when I use that on her. The only problem is that she tries to get it off by rubbing against me or rolling in the grass.

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Dean   Garland, TX

8/5/2009 8:40:12 AM

Very good. I woould add whrn yoou have to stop, do not begin walking aggain until there is slackend a bit,

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Marce   Euless, TX

10/29/2008 9:47:26 AM

Very good article. I had only heard of snapping the leash.

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