Dog Training – Walking on leash

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

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Learn how to walk your dog on leash. Discover what to do at the end of your walks. Don’t forget to rate this video, leave comments and subscribe to my channel. You can also get my FREE ebook “101 Ways To Improve Your Dog’s Behavior” at:

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25 Responses

  1. onecoolcook
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    OMG…I have the same issue with my schnauzer…she is great with all her other commands..but walkin on a leash is a nightmare!!!! tried everything!!

  2. S0XF0X
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    You need to put your dog in a controlled, calm environment to give him a chance to succeed. Alot of owners, who don’t have leash-trained dogs, throw their dogs into the big world (full of stimulus and excitement) and expect them to know how to cope. Try walking your dog inside the home, and praising him for not tugging on the leash. When he’s confortable and confident with that, move it to the backyard. One step at a time, set your dog up for success!

  3. KanaMari
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    How do you teach the dog to ‘break’?

  4. mannasteve
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    Good idea.

  5. mannasteve
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    Good point.

  6. j0hnxjxrambo
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    this is very good information. don’t let the dog stop you, only you can make the dog stop cause if the dog stop to sniff on the ground, you’ll never know if he really has to go or just marking his territory. i didn’t know anything about this when i had my dog. now i’m ready to get another dog and learn from my mistakes.

  7. DogzandDolphinz4
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    Awesome Advice

  8. dsrtmiraj
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    that makes so much sense.

  9. JiveDadson
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    @Thewaterofthepool For starters get a harness that doesn’t choke. I use both an Easy Walker and a collar, and attach the leash to both D-rings. That prevents neck injuries. Refuse to pull or be pulled, absolutely, all the time, no exceptions. Turn around and go the other way, or stop and “become a tree.” The instant the leash is loose, mark the glorious event with a click or attaboy, and follow up with a treat dropped BY YOUR SIDE. This video shows how: /watch?v=sFgtqgiAKoQ

  10. jhonycolombian
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    can someone help me ugh i have a little pitbull shes about 3 months and im trying to get her to walk on leash but she wont she keeps pulling and trying to get out of the leash and wont walk 🙁

  11. itzamariecole
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    Hi! 🙂
    I have an spirit and lovely rottweiler, 10 months old and 71 pounds! Huge i know … the thing is that he is a semi-trained dog but i haven’t been able to make him walk with the leash properly, he pulls too hard and drag me around the street, so i have stop taking him out because i’m afraid he might run out, hurt me or hurt himself ,so do you recommend me any special technique for him?

    I would love to take my dog to the park and be in control of him!

  12. umurcan96
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    hi what breed is champ

  13. veganallie
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    @aeilenor Exactly. I think for the tougher cases standing still works better than going the other way. You want to reward a loose leash, but if you have a puller and you start pulling in the other direction you’ll never get a loose leash to reward.

  14. aj755account
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    @aeilenor Id say thats making a dog more dominant than you. Right?

  15. UNKNOW7V
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    @umurcan96 pitbull aka am staff

  16. WileyTDog1
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    @Darthbelal Great comment.

  17. animalLuverify
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    @aeilenor exactly. i stop walking when my small dog pulls. nicely said.

  18. animalLuverify
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    @itzamariecole ok. I love rotties. The more u don’t take him out, the more hyper he is. I would reccomend using a Gentel leader or prongcollar. I use both for my dog. Works gr8. Another thing, when he pulls, stop walking until he stops, looks at u and there is slack in the leash. Plz reply if this is helpful. oh, and u can talk 2 ur local shelter about what they think would be the best training tool 4 ur dog. hope this is helpful!

  19. pulpfiction2122
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    @itzamariecole mines 11 months and 110. you should have and should still be walking him every day. theres no leash law where i live and mine hasnt been on a leash since he was 6 months its all about positive reinforcement. if you have to, start in your back yard or some where fenced in so you know he wont be able to run off. then dont discipline him for doing bad things but reward him when he does what you want. it wont take long before you notice a difference.

  20. boybiggie490
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    hi my dog is a 8 mo old bull terrier mix
    he is okay in walking he will sometimes try to pull
    i tryied heel but i think he dosent get it
    i need to know a way to get him to understand what in means better same with break!

  21. 666ninabear
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    im gettting a baby Pomeranian, ive never seen them on a leash – are they not very active outdoors? and what age shuld i start the leash training?

  22. 33AAU
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    hey my name is whitney i am 14 years old. i recently got a GSD.. for an early christmas gift. ive always wanted one. she is 4 months old. i am trying to teach her leash walking. not very successful. please any tips would be much appreciated. thanks, whitney.

  23. mussman717word
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    Yeah, but there’s a difference between a good dog and a pre-programmed dog.

  24. smokeyab920
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    OMG I was just walking my dog and wondering how to let him know that since we are home, he no longer has to walk by my sides. You answered my question as though you were here in my living room. Your dog seemed so normal, not like the “highly trained” dogs other videos use.

  25. cookie4me
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    I have the same command, but I use ”Freedom!”. Started as a joke, lol… Now everytime I let her off leash to run around I yell ”Freedooooom!” and she runs off to play, haha! Always makes people laugh. 🙂

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