How to make your dog like to tie a pet leash


1. First train your dog with a pet leash at home First […]

1. First train your dog with a pet leash at home

First of all, take out the pet leash from the reverse side for the dog to look at, and then give it snacks; hide it on the reverse side, and continue the pet process above, give the pet leash to the dog and reward it with snacks, let the dog realize Snacks can be eaten with a pet leash. Follow the same method as above, help it wear a collar or chest strap, tie the pet leash and give it a snack reward, untie the leash, and repeat the above process until the dog comfortably bears the leash. Then, let the dog get used to the restraint of the pet leash. At home, take your dog on a leash for a few minutes, throw snacks on the ground while walking, and let the dog explore. But when the dog bursts into rushing, pull the leash and relax it to interrupt the dog's behavior and let it know that the leash is bound. Suppose it looks back at you and rewards it with snacks.

2. Outdoor training puppy to lead dog Leashes

Choose a controllable place for outdoor training. Try to choose a quiet place with less disturbance and fewer people. Dogs who are traveling for the first time may drag you to explore new things one after another at a fast speed. They may be scared and just need to coax them to take a few steps. No matter which category the dogs fall into, use your voice to inspire them, and reward them for whatever you want to inspire, especially when they are with them.



3. Let the dog know to stop and prevent the dog from bursting

Dogs can only walk without pulling the leash. Suppose they drag you away, the master stops. Either wait for the puppy to stop pulling the leash, or use instructions to get the dog back. When the dog stops pulling the leash, go for a walk.

4. Enhance the dog's attention to the owner

Because there are too many lures outside, the dog's attention is not on the owner. Enhancing the dog's attention is to make it understand that you are not taking them for a walk, but for the two of you to walk together. When you walk, call out the dog's name and reward it when they look at you. Do this while walking! Suppose you stop and reward, the dog will think that this is the reason why it is rewarded.

5. Choose the right pet leash

In the beginning, try not to use the telescopic leash, thinking that the dog has more freedom, but then in exchange for violent behavior. Choosing a P rope, perhaps the combination of a general traction rope + collar, makes it easier for the dog to get the owner's prompt and follow the owner.

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