Discover The Sneaky Reason
Why Your Dog is Still Pulling On Leash

Despite your best efforts

What you’ll learn:

What baking pancakes has to do with your dog training (and it’s not what you’re thinking …)

The key mistake people make when setting out to train their dogs.

Why you likely fail to succeed (this is where most people get caught up in the problem).

How to address underlying issues in your training (it’s almost never that your dog would be impossible to train).

A proven practical framework for understanding the training process and make the necessary adjustments to achieve success.

Stop Your Dog
From Pulling With:

Loose-Leashed
Online dog training course

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Raylene
Raylene
3 months ago

I love the video. It really left me wanting more of your advice and presentation. I am looking forward to the release March 1st. Thanks for it easy to follow and so relevant and adaptable. So many other presentations talk above the average dog educator and/or dog owner. You have the perfect recipe and I can’t wait to perfect it with your new release. Thank you for allowing me to share your message and for the reward for doing so.

admin
Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  Raylene

Hi!

Thank you so much for your lovely words about our video – so glad you could resonate with it and learn something. We are excited about our course releasing within a week! We would love to have you on board. 🙂

Elaine Adams
Elaine Adams
3 months ago

Taking Eira out is like going 30 rounds with Henry Cooper and Ali Muhammed. I’ve tried to follow other videos, but not much joy. She pulls and tugs on her lead, prances around chewing her lead, spinning and turning somersaults. We were at a crossing one time and had she not started on one of these episodes would have crossed the road, but I managed to pull her back. Two men parked their cars up to come and help me, but I managed to get her to sit and embrace her to start calming her down. It turned they were both off duty police officers. You need to get training classes for her…we do go to training classes, but they don’t seem to be helping.

admin
Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  Elaine Adams

Hi! Thank you for your comment. How old is Eira? Does this happen throughout the entire walk or does her pulling and chewing on the leash, etc, happen like episodes during the walk? I think you could learn a lot from our Loose Leash course coming within a week!

Ginger Johnson
Ginger Johnson
3 months ago

The video was interesting, but all the dogs were of breeds known to believe in team work. So many of these training videos don’t transfer over to the hounds, esp the sighthounds in my experience. Depending on the price,, I would be willing to try. But working with a breed that was bred to be independent is a whole new kettle of fish.

admin
Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  Ginger Johnson

Hi! What breed of dog do you have? For some dogs, teamwork of course comes naturally, and for some, we have to build on it through life. That does not mean it is impossible, it is just important to adapt to each dog and find out what motivates them. We have previously worked with both scent hounds and sight hounds, so we are happy to help with your loose leash walks! 🙂

Dražen
Dražen
3 months ago

Sviđa mi se video, međutim moj jedinstveni link ne radi. Može pomoć. Hvala.

admin
Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  Dražen

Pozdravljeni,
video si lahko ogledate tukaj: https://youtu.be/vEHAx-3fqzw

Lep pozdrav!

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