Nobody said teaching your puppy to walk on a loose leash would be easy! But what if we could give you some easy steps to set you off on the right foot? In this video we break down the beginner steps for teaching your puppy to walk on a loose leash!
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00:00 – The MOST Important 20ft In Your Leash Walking Training
00:50 – Setting Goals In Your Loose Leash Walking
01:58 – Building Value For You As A Leader Outside
02:47 – Overcoming Tough Distractions Outside
04:53 – Increasing The Challenge Of Your Walking Training
06:09 – Knowing When To Take A Step Back In Your Leash Walking Training
07:09 – Changing Up your Leash Walking Game Plan
07:48 – End Your Leash Walking Training On A Win
08:53 – If You Dont Get A Win, Your Walk Can’t Begin
Thanks for watching,
Happy Training! ~Ken
To my eyes she looks like a young Kathy Bates. 😄
The most important spot to train her before her walk is going out the door
Yes. Beckman is really big on that as well.
Thanks. Good information.
Super helpful honestly and a reminder that puppies need short sessions
Thanks Shannon. Very helpful. I have a rescue who is nearly 2 but we train loose leash walking in the same way. ❤
Could you PLEASE help? My dogs won’t Sit which is a huge part of the Walking to Heel training ( Sit-Stay ). They will do other commands but they will not Sit. I’ve tried the “holding the treat above the head” thing etc. They are 3 year olds – not puppies. They rarely “Sit” naturally anyway, they kind of lie down or lounge. Every training clip I’ve watched on walking to heel require the dogs to Sit-Stay during the process. I’m really desperate.