How to keep control of a dog when walking it on a lead
Keep the leash tight and hold it straight up. Don't let the dog get ahead of you. If you keep him by your side and the leash straight up, you can control him.
You could try a different kind of leash and collar. There are gentle lead collars that cut down on the dog's pulling. You could also try using a harness instead of attaching the leash just to a neck collar.
by ptosis 6 years ago
I have a little Chug. I bought a harness for the dog because one of my friends commented on how cruel the 'slave collar" was. Well. The dog wiggled out of the harness yesterday and went over to these awful people next door.This is not the first time my dog escaped. But each time I was trying...
by pgrundy 9 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. Now that the weather is nice, more and more people are doing the same, except they...
by Taylor545 7 years ago
I think they should. You never know when they run off.
by Marlene Bertrand 6 years ago
When you see someone walking their dog without a leash, what do you do?
by Linda Liebrand 6 years ago
What Dog Leads (leashes) would you recommend for large and strong dog breeds and why?
by Lianne Yearbury 7 years ago
how to put on a lead on a dog
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