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It used to be especially weird that some people walked their cats and dogs. Dogs wore many leashes. The owner stated that the black dog was not accustomed to leashing when he was adopted and went home. He bit off the rope several times. He was worried that he could not go home after being lost. He could only wear a few leashes at a time to go out.
There are so many dogs with such bad habit of biting the leash. Even a host chatted with me privately, asking me to strongly recommend a more bite-resistant traction rope, which is quite impressive. After all, the traction rope is only made to better walk the cat and the dog, not to grind the dog's teeth, and it is difficult to guarantee bite resistance if it is durable. Even the steel chain buckle can be chopped off by the teeth one day.
The traction rope that I often use in Japan has long been very durable, and there is basically no wear and tear after two years of dog training. But once during the door-to-door service training, a dog who was extremely timid and unwilling to wear a leash, bit off two of them with fierce resistance. If everything is used normally, the general traction rope can be used for a long time. In fact, you only need to understand why the dog bites the traction rope and deal with the fundamental problem.
1. Not suitable.
Dogs are not born with the knowledge that they need to defecate on diapers, and they don't know how to leash when they go out. When they first leash, they will undoubtedly feel uncomfortable in their hearts. It is all normal. The beginner owner is very easy to make an error: until the dog wants to go out immediately leash, and not give them a chance to blend in. The dog feels restraint on his body, of course he does not want to go out, and even keeps biting the rope.
Solution: When the puppy can't go out with vaccination, let it gradually understand and integrate into the leash. At the beginning, you can just throw it on the ground and let it sniff, take out the rope for a few seconds, take it out after a few minutes, wear the rope to move around freely at home, etc. If it doesn't resist, it can encourage snacks. In the future, I can take it with a rope for a walk around the house, and I am habitually towed with a comfortable rope. During this time, I can gradually train the attache.
There are many traction ropes that have been touched, and there is still a big difference between the rope and the rope. Some of the ropes are very easy to break after rubbing, which makes the dog's hair uncomfortable.
Solution: Whether using a P-rope, a collar or a chest strap, it is best to check the dog's hair after a period of time to prevent poor friction of some materials from causing uncomfortable hair loss. Many neck collars and chest straps can be adjusted in size to ensure that the size is suitable.
3. Have fun with the owner.
After the dog bites the traction rope, does the owner pull the traction rope hard to fight it, worrying that it will bite off and regain it immediately. Does this scene resemble playing a tug-of-war mobile game with a dog, except that the rope biting toy is replaced by a traction rope?
Solution: Generally, the dog bites the rope, and I just stay still. Remember that you don't need to be involved, but just stay still, until it feels this "little toy" is boring, of course it will let go.
4. Contrary to the master.
It is more common in some dog breeds that are more stubborn: Shiba Inu, Akita, Golden Retriever, Samoyed, Alaska, etc. The owner pulled the rope to let him go home, but if he wants to play for a while, he may bite the rope if he breaks away. Come to protest strongly.
Solution: Only spend time with it patiently, until it understands that stubbornness cannot achieve its wish. I have trained a few Shiba Inu who don't want to go, and they just use it in the same way.
For some methods, spraying wind oil or chili water on the rope makes the dog feel uncomfortable after biting. This method is quick but not eradicable, and some dogs are not afraid at all.
Bringing a leash is a commitment to the safety of others, as well as a guarantee of the safety of your own dog. If you don't want to, you have to bring it.