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> Training Dog To Stop Pulling On Lead
Kanie
post 19th Feb 2017, 3:21 pm
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smile.gif Two additional benefits of using the method as explained in the DT clips were that my dog began to stay nearer to me when off-lead too and offers a lot of eye contact, as though she's 'checking in'. Secondly, I was determined not to slip back into letting her pull me and determined to keep calm and positive, so I set us some very small goals when actually walking and made the rest of the time up in the garden with some agility equipment.

It's improved our relationship no end, because I'm back to being calm and fun and she's become so much more focussed on me.

The key for me was setting really small goals.
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post 15th Jun 2017, 1:54 am
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QUOTE(nikirushka @ 13th Feb 2017, 10:06 am) *

Response to what exactly? You said this thread was very helpful so I'm not sure what you mean unsure.gif


Aww come on I was hoping for some additional advice/support wub.gif

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post 15th Jun 2017, 5:04 pm
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QUOTE(I Love MY Cookie @ 15th Jun 2017, 1:54 am) *


Aww come on I was hoping for some additional advice/support wub.gif

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Additional advice for what?

You did not imply that the advice given already was not sufficient.
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post 16th Jun 2017, 8:28 am
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That's what befuddled me. You said the thread was very helpful, I'm not sure what additional advice could be given anyway and there was no suggestion of anything else being needed.
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QUOTE(Dalsmum @ 15th Jun 2017, 6:04 pm) *

Additional advice for what?

You did not imply that the advice given already was not sufficient.



QUOTE(nikirushka @ 16th Jun 2017, 9:28 am) *

That's what befuddled me. You said the thread was very helpful, I'm not sure what additional advice could be given anyway and there was no suggestion of anything else being needed.


I just meant on going discussion/ sharing of experiences and advice flowers.gif flowers.gif

As I said to my husband yesterday when he looked really worried when I asked him to sit down so we could have a chat "It's not like Question time" lol.gif flowers.gif

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