Many people do not walk the dog as many times as they do because they cannot control their dog. Whether it’s dog pulling, lunge, or other dog problems, there is hope! This is how I tip the dog, keep control and make sure you have the correct dog collar and leash. Please take the time to walk the dog this month.
1. Pay attention to your energy and body language when walking the dog.
Make sure your message is: “I am a backpacker!” Raise your head, shoulders back. Think positively and imagine that the dog will walk smoothly. You may be surprised by the results.
2. Keep the dog’s leash short and not tight.
You have heard me tell people about it again and again. This simple tip can save you a lot of headaches. Elastic leashes and other longer leashes make it more difficult for you to communicate with the dog and make it easier to walk anywhere she wants. However, don’t forget that it’s also important to keep your dog’s strap loose. If you correct the problematic behavior, you should quickly, and then restore the leash to a relaxed state.
3. Place the dog collar on top of the neck.
If you ever watched Sled dog, You will notice a Harness in the lower part of the dog’s neck, close to the shoulder. why? This is where the dog’s traction is. If you put the collar there, you are actually helping your dog draw you closer. Instead, place it on the most sensitive upper neck. If you have trouble fixing the collar in the correct position, please check my Pack Leader collar, which is designed to prevent the collar from slipping.
4. Shoot dog walks.
Ask a friend or family member to shoot a walking dog video for you. It may be easier to view the problem area after the fact. What is your posture? How will you react when your dog misbehaves? Are you nervous about Dog leash? These are the types of things you need to look for when watching. If you can’t use the camera, ask someone to walk with you and share what they noticed.
5. Fight for the help of balancing dogs.
If your dog barks or stabs other dogs while walking, please take the time to do this activity with another dog you trust. This way, you can practice keeping calm and correcting the dog. Then, when you don’t want to run into a dog problem, you will feel better about handling it and convey confidence to your dog.
6. Practice walking!
If you don’t go out there, you and your dog won’t get better! Celebrate success along the way. Learn from bad days, but don’t indulge in them. Then one day, you will find yourself finished! You have mastered walking!
Have you mastered walking? Maybe you still have questions you want to share? Tell us about your walking situation in the comments below.