Dogs need much play time, exercise and socializing time. But they are needed to be controlled and trained while doing so.dogs love to be outside, and the walk is a stimulating and exciting part of their day, so the desire to push ahead is very strong.A leash,important for safety, can also be frustrating for a dog, because being ‘tied’ to a person  stops a dog’s ability to act naturally. That being said, all dogs should be taught how to walk on the leash in a positive way without being jerked, yanked, choked, or so that walk is fun.

Pulling on a leash is one of the most challenging training problem faced by dog people. Leash is important for safety and control. All dogs are not mostly patient enough but thanks to several trick-n-treats, you can teach you dog – THE LOOSE LASH WALKING.

When you dog is already fairly calm, just clip the leash to collar or harness. It they start showing extreme signs of enthusiasm, train them to be calm. The objective is to reinforce the leash as a positive and unremarkable presence in your dog’s life. A dog should be off leash at least 6 hrs a day. Do not yank your dog around. While it might be fun to use your dog’s leash to correct him, try more on teaching him what to do than correcting him all the time.he hates it as much as we do. All dogs learn at their own pace. Take a step back and try to use positive reinforcement on easier tasks such making her less scared to move from room to room. Find something she really likes, it could be treats, toys, or a showing her your excited because of her. Using a clicker helps as well, click and give her a treat when she’s in the right track and click and give a couple treats when she does it right. It may take awhile, but even if it’s a small improvement that’s amazing and she will only improve from there. Just remember to stay consistent.

Keep it up and remember to have fun. Slow down, take breaks and train your bub with joys.