Many dog owners complain about their dogs pulling on their leash when walking. But then they start every walk like THIS! Here's a leash-walking training strategy where you start every walk with a win! And you'll begin to notice that the walking training gets MUCH easier!
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00:00 You’re Ruining Your Walking Training When You Do THIS!
00:27 Leash Walking Starts HERE
03:30 Get Attention Without Tension
06:27 REMEMBER, You’re Going For WINS Not Walks
08:33 The First Steps In Your Walk Should Look Like This
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Happy Training! ~Ken
Awesome! Thank you for these videos. It’s so much work with a puppy. I’m a little overwhelmed and the frustration is outweighing the enjoyment at the point. Trying to educate myself so this will change! 🤍🐶 (12 week old Cavapoo)
@Anna Harcombe yes! Time! I have to work, take care of the house, family etc., and family does help a little, but I feel like I have a toddler.
@Neil Urquhart Praying that’s the case!
@Andrew Regis Believing it will get easier like everyone says! 😩😊
@HBerry SC Yes….BUT your dog needs you so you HAVE TO ‘find the time’! It’ll be well worth it eventually….UNCONDITIONAL LOVE❤️❤️
Sorry this should have been sent to Anna😕
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Looking for a training strategy for your leash-walking? This will help: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7BBgLulhermxP1PnysIWRQ4tvgbTDSEC
Great advice, Dave, my 15 month Golden Retriever (Re-homed by me at 8 months had NEVER been walked on a lead by his first owner so was initially a ‘challenge’!). My approach was similar to yours except that I began earlier than the front door; first by having him sit calmly in the utility room BEFORE putting the lead on, then with lead on we sit for a short while, then moved to the front door, then “sit/stay” until he looks at me….open door, then “OK”, then outside the door “wait” until I’ve locked the door and finally “let’s go”.
I’m still working on improving the loose lead walking using quick ‘pops’ every few seconds when he starts to move ahead of me……my experience is that everything takes time and PATIENCE…..nothing happens quickly! My main challenge now is dog reactivity as Dave wasn’t socialised as a young puppy……any advice on dealing with this would be welcome 🦮🇬🇧
Good video! What kind of dog breed is Storm? My dog looks exactly like her.
She looks just like my Benji as well, even the brown behind the ears! Mine’s a Golden/Bernese mix
Loved this! Have y’all ever made content for teaching your dog to jog beside you while you are jogging?
Everyone at McCann is great but Carol is my favorite ❤
Thanks for the video! I started leash, heel and walk training yesterday with my 13 week husky puppy! Now that he got his last set of core vaccines, I took him to take the trash with me and he actually behaved pretty well! It all starts from before you leave the door. Thank you guys for all the amazing content. I haven’t owned a puppy in a decade and it’s been a lot easier this time around 💕
that reward at 8:24 came way too late, you were absolutely not prepared, especially after you mentioned how much valuable the situation is
What a perfect video on how to have your dog look at you and wait instead of running out the front door. Thank you very much. Extremely appreciated.
K Franco Simmons
I am having the opposite problem. My newly adopted rescue dog is timid and more times than not, she doesn’t want to go outside.