Features August 2005 Issue

Teach Your Dog to Walk on Leash

Teach your dog to walk on a loose leash to make your walks more fun.

Walking politely at your side doesn’t seem like it should be so difficult to teach a dog, but it often proves to be the most challenging behavior for dog owners to achieve. Dogs who are letter-perfect with their sits and downs, targeting, and “leave it” exercises in the training center happily drag their owners across the parking lot to and from their cars before and after class.

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