Training your dog to heel on a loose leash: Dog training In London (HD)


I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=Z8cPkTh7Y3k%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

YouTube Description

www.dogtraininginlondon.co.uk A training video on teaching your dog to walk to heel. A gentle method which has no need for gadgets, tools or demands. Dog Taining in London can correct any unwanted behaviour in dogs such as aggression, nervousness, pulling on the lead, ignoring requests, jumping up at visitors, barking, fussy eaters, hyperactivity etc look at the website to contact me and I will help you towards taking the steps to a perfect relationship with your dog.

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Comments

  1. helentravis says:

    Nige, great film and thank you so much, Millie and Ruby changed for ever after meeting you!! After years of being dragged about by them can’t believe how fast and effective your techniques are. Can’t recommend you highly enough. Helen

  2. LondonDogListener says:

    @helentravis No probs Helen, It was a pleasure meeting them and you, keep up the good work and call any time :)

  3. darrenverdi says:

    Awesome video mate, keep it up fella x

  4. Nigel
    Great video – very clear. It would work with my kids too, don’t know about Millie and Ruby but they look pretty busy too! How many shirts do you need to train a dog? Your ‘wardrobe’ is Lady Gagaesque in proportion.
    I’ll send this to some mates with dogs!

    Giles

  5. Really good video – simple theory but clearly very effective and well explained.

  6. tmediaproductions says:

    This is a great film with sound advice. Makes perfect sense to scrap the choke chains and let your dog enjoy feeling relaxed on a walk. Every dog owner should check this out! Nice production too!

  7. nezalicious says:

    just got an image of people stuffing their pockets with sausages

  8. Good video. Very informative and seems simple compared to other techniques

  9. JotheDogListener says:

    Great video clip – explains perfectly how to stop your dog pulling on the lead with out using any force :)

  10. gramcknight says:

    Enjoyed the video – will try it out on Rudi and give you feedback. Cheers

  11. JessiJackalope says:

    excellent video. i’ll try to spread the word.

  12. SamwiseOfRobb says:

    Really great! I bet it is good for dog owners psychologically too. Makes me think raising a couple of puppies wouldn’t be too much.

  13. nice video. i had no idea dogs behaved like this for these reasons

  14. EmergingLeadersACDY says:

    Great video, very well put together. Don’t have a dog, but I can see how these techniques might be effective for 4 and 1 year old daughters, who seem to want to be the leaders of our house pack.

    Thanks Nigel, ever thought of doing one for kids and toddlers?

  15. soundsick86 says:

    Very Well Made Video. Thanks A lot for the free lesson for us newbies, it takes a lot of “beeing human” to share things for free these days. Thank You.

  16. thejedster07 says:

    hi, met you in elthorne pk today, just watched it, very pro very simple, will pass your name on to a few dog friends! good luck with the new student. julie and coed.

  17. TheWinebird says:

    Wow. The first video I’ve found that looks like it will work and for all the right reasons!

  18. Very nice

  19. Great video, thanks! I like the idea to let the dogs stroll freely. Dogs are our friends, we should treat them like friends.

  20. Very nicely done! I can’t wait for more video tutorials! You can get the dog to do as you ask while respecting him at the same time – fantastic.

  21. heatrdabest says:

    Finally, a GREAT video on training loose leash walking. Ive been looking everywhere for this. Thank you!! It is my fault because im not being 100% consistent with him, so i let him lead sometimes and others i want to lead. I realize it doesnt work that way. Quick Question: How long TOTAL HOURS were you working with these dogs??

  22. LondonDogListener says:

    BEFORE YOU START STAGE 1. PLEASE WALK UP AND DOWN THE HOUSE WITH THE DOG OFF LEAD WITH FOOD REWARD TO SEE IF HE FOLLOWS YOU. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT AS IF HE DOES NOT HAPPILY FOLLOW YOU AND HEEL THEN HE IS NOT READY FOR STAGE 1. SPEND TIME ON THIS AND TAKE IT SLOWLY

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