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How to train your dog to walk on a leash


How to train your dog to walk on a leash

I’m gonna teach you how to Train your dog to walk on a leash It’s the second important training mentioned in obedience training. You should have trained your dog to lay down before you start this training.

Obedience Training

Controlling a dog who hasn’t learned obedience commands will be tough, sometimes impossible. Teaching your dog 5 simple commands may make your world different and your bonding last-long.

Remember a puppy won’t be in attention for a long time, their attention span is very low. Expecting your puppy to be in attention for a long period is unreasonable. First keep your sessions short to minimize distraction’s and keep your dog’s attention. Gradually increase the training period day by day.

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4.Lay Down
5.Walk on a leash

WHAT ARE YOU GONNA TEACH TODAY – train your dog to walk on a leash

You are going to teach your dog to walk on a leash (The last obedience command) on command following this simple strategy. Walk on a leash is also an easiest skill to teach.

How to train your dog to walk on a leash

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO TRAIN your DOG TO Walk on a leash

  1. A box of dog biscuits or treat – Choostix Biskies. (That your dog loves)
  2. Place with less distractions.
  3. A clicker – Trixie Clicker with Spiral Wrist Loop.
  4. Finally, Patience.

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Introduce him to the collar or harness and leash. Start out by letting him get used to wearing a collar or harness and a leash. Let him wear them for short periods of time, in the house, during which you are playing with him and giving him treats. The puppy should love “collar and leash time” because it represents food and fun.

Teach a cue. Introduce your puppy to a sound cue that means “food is coming.” Some people like to click and treat, some people use a word like “Yes,” and some people cluck their tongue. Whichever you use, the method is the same: In a quiet, distraction free area, with the puppy on a leash and collar, make the sound. The second your puppy turns toward you and/or looks at you, reward him with a treat. After a few repetitions, you’ll notice your puppy not only looking at you, but also coming over to you for the treat.

Make him come to you. While he’s on his way to you, still wearing the leash and collar, back up a few paces and then reward when he gets to you. Continue the progression until your puppy, upon hearing the cue noise, comes to you and walks with you a few paces. Remember that puppies have short attention spans, so keep your sessions short, and end them when your puppy is still eager to do more, not when he’s mentally exhausted.

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Practice inside. Now that your puppy understands how to come to you, practice walking a few steps in a room with little distraction. Feeling and seeing the leash around him will be enough of a challenge. Offer treats and praise as your puppy gets used to coming to you, as described above, with a leash on.

Take it outside. Finally, you’re ready to test your puppy’s skills in the Great Outdoors. There will be new challenges with this step as all the sounds, smells, and sights your puppy encounters will be both intriguing and new to him. Be patient; keep the first walks short. While you’re on a walk, if your puppy looks as if he’s about to lunge towards something or is about to get distracted (you’ll notice this because you will keep your eyes on him at all times!), make your cue sound, and move a few steps away and reward his following you with a treat.

A day must have minimum of 2 sessions (up to 5 days is enough for some dogs). Repeat the training daily and you’r dog will learn to walk on a leash on command. Give him a treat when ever he obey’s your command (up to 3 or 4 months). This will make him remember the command for a long-time.

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You are now 100% complete on teaching your dog the obedience training. Now you can move on to the advanced level training.

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