How To Train Your Dog Not To Pull- Loose Leash Walking


  1. Mary Millette

    When I try this in my backyard, my dog will pull to the end of the leash every time I take a step forward. When I try backing up she will lay down without looking back, even when I try to lure her back with the kissy noise and patting my legs. She’s very stubborn! What should I do?

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  3. T-Rex Dog

    I tried this with my dog and it didn’t work

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    because I personally tried it and it really works… Recommended…….

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  6. jlryder97

    These tips are great! Your new video “New Leash Walking Trick” is the perfect follow-up to overcome the dog taking off after receiving a treat. … these techniques worked great for my husky mix. The only thing I would add is to avoid retractable leashes which are unsafe, especially in traffic, and unfortunately teach the dog to pull to move forward.

  7. Melina Koufalis

    it helps to power walk.. and walk at their speed. you could be not going fast enough or acting as if you might not continue. Enjoy exploring together.

  8. James L. Gracia

    Obedience training is very different than changing destructive behavior. Everyone can benefit from it, even those of us who’ve had dogs throughout our lives. There is always something new and simple. Easy, concise, simple steps one can follow to train your dog.

  9. emilton

    really cool video…thank u

  10. louie c

    Your dogs don’t become obese with this training?

  11. Yaya

    thanks ill try this at home ^-^

  12. shimizimer

    Going to try this right away 🙂

  13. Renee11123

    Good idea, I’ll definitely do this with my terrier mix.

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  15. Cynde Leshin

    Loved your approach for teaching loose leash walking. Have unfortunately never taught my dogs but used a harness and the pull. Just started my 12 week old puppy yesterday with your method and he has GOT IT!!! THANK YOU SOOO MUCH.. Love what you do.

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  17. Hagen Steele

    3:14 “The great thing about this technique is that you’re not forcing your dogs to stay with you….”

    What!? You’re “not forcing” anything? That’s the entire point of using a leash….because it forces the dog to stay with you. That’s why you stopped when the dog forged ahead, because you are forcing the dog to stay with you. That’s why you turned when the dog forges, because you are forcing the dog to stay with you.

    There is NOTHING wrong with “forcing” your dog to do things, as it’s a concept they understand and respect, because it’s a concept they themselves use.

    Quit pretending you’re not using “force”, because you are.

    Thanks for the upload, regardless.

  18. Rory O'Toole

    good video. I like how you get straight to it with loads of intro.

  19. Connor Oxenham

    The great thing about this method is that, true to its promise, it works – and very well. These training methods are firm, consistent, compassionate and effective. It gives everything to straight up with practical methods to train or re-train what we have messed up.

  20. Claire Montgomery

    I adore your videos Thank you! I do have a question if I may though as I’ve yet to find any videos or GOOD advice yet for my issue (I say good as I’ve been told to leash yank) My lil pup is 7 months old and she walks pretty well on a leash and we usually get about a mile in at least twice a day. She loves her walk as do I but her thing isn’t so much pulling it’s laying down… She’s a small girl so I get that her legs may tire and want a bit of a break at times and I don’t mind waiting for a bit to get some breaths in an admire the trees etc… But she seems to plant herself often. I think I may have inadvertently trained her to do this as when she does I would get her to look at me (with treat) get her to sit offer treat then say come on lets go at which point she’ll usually pop up and start walking again… I’ve started trying to capture her good walking by praising her when she’s walking great and offering a treat for great walking instead of her thinking she has to plop and then move to get a treat on the walk.

    So do you think this is a good remidy? and what advice do you have to encourage her to keep going if I stop luring her to continue?

    Also it’s not burs or stickers or health issues that’s making her stop walking. It’s more like she’s just really observant an enjoys siting down to look at the trail were on… Which I get it IS beautiful so I do the same thing myself but if there’s a way that I could sync our pauses that would be awesome!

    Thank You So Much for All that you do and I hope you might be able to advise as I haven’t found a healthy way to help nor videos in regards to plopping on walks…

  21. Seki BELIEBER

    I’m sorry because I’m saying this but I was reading one book about dogs and, dog thinks that you and him are a pack. Most of dogs doesn’t want to be the leader of the pack, but if you let him go in front of you while you are walking he will think that you want him to be the leader if the pack. The dog will try to become leader but if he does becomes a leader he will loose his control and he will become agressive. (just saying)

  22. Pirates of Flatcoated Retriever

    A nice training technique. From my point the really important suggestion is…training starts in the House before you go out. If the dogs is in a hurry If you take the key or leash then take a chair, Drink a coffee and wait until the dog has settled down.

    The result can be walking on a “loose streamer”

  23. Robert Herzberg

    I have watched people get walked by their dogs for years.Here is a little help that will make you and your dog a lot happier.

  24. Chris B

    That was incredible, especially at the end when you dropped both leashes and both dogs remained beside you.. willingly 🙂

  25. Sky M

    I’ve been working on pulling with my dog since I got him at 8weeks. Had the smallest amount of improvement and he doesn’t even walk next to me, its right beside me and infront of me by 2 feet. Going to try this from scratch I guess and try some more. Been almost 10 months now..

  26. Wayne Goff

    So does she train slavering aggressive dogs as well? Or just tiny cute harmless ones.

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  28. James Henderson

    What should I do when my Dog needs to “go”?

  29. Ebiru2387

    you indicate to click while walking with loose leash. Does this occur anytime during the walk when the leash has slack, or only when you stop, with slack?

  30. Tatiana Rodriguez

    This technique worked immediately, thank you for sharing.

  31. Chuck Taylor

    I got here from reading a web page “Is it harmful to attach a leash to your dog’s neck?”. The article praised the use of Harnesses -and- when I first got my dog, a GSD/Husky, I got a Freedom No Pull harness. He didn’t like it -but- I kept trying until it was to much trouble to chase him around the house before going out. Later I wanted to try again and this time I purchased a Ruffwear Front Range harness. At first sight he almost put it on himself. But every time thereafter he became more and more reluctant until I had the same situation. A chase and a cornering in order to get it on. Now the $40 collar hangs on the rack unused. What to do in this situation?? Can I have him wear it 24 hours at a time?? Rarely take it off?? At present I am using a Martingale collar. –AND I am not happy.

  32. Nancy Schaefer

    My miniature schnauzer just sits down and will not move.

  33. DibaDooBop !

    I wished this helped with dogs that bite the leash and roll over then jump on you and rip your clothes

  34. Luigi

    Thank you for the help! I have a Service Dog In training and she pulls occasionally. I will attempt this once my clicker arrives.

  35. Thales Nunes

    kikopup, my puppy just isnt that into treats. She loses interests even in boiled chicken after a minute of training or so, and it becomes really hard to get her attention. How can I deal with this? Can you plz help me.

  36. J W

    My beagle walks perfectly on concrete roads but as soon as we are nearly any grass he just goes crazy and tries to follow all kinds of scent and pulls really hard… what do I do?

  37. Sam Yang

    I hope don’t use your own dogs to the show which teaching people for training cause your dogs already be trained.

  38. Apoorva Khandeparkar

    Hi, I have 2 adult cats 1male 11yrs old , 1female 2yrs old and I just adopted an Pomeranian-terrier mix, female 4yrs old. My cats are trying to be friendly but my dog growls and barks and scares them away. How can I help them to be friends and how can discipline her? please help..

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