how do i retrain my dog from puppy pads to go outdoors? ( she was trainned by the breeder to use the pads and is very good abt. doing so but i want her to go outside ) my dog is 1 yr. old and refuses to walk on a leash. she was a show dog before and perhaps is not use to the leash. my other dog loves her walks so i need them both to go. i have tries gentle tempting w snacks and still she will not move. what can i do?
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by pgrundy7 years ago
OK, I just want some quick votes here to see if I'm totally off base or what. Because, you know, maybe I am. It has happened on occasion! Anyhoo, I walk my dog every morning, on leash, at a big nature preserve....
by Sherri9 months ago
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by Jeanne Louise3 years ago
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by Taylor5456 years ago
I think they should. You never know when they run off.
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