There are two things that I have found help my little mini Rat terrier walk better on a loose leash. Number one is pace. I am lucky that she is a very small dog, so a brisk “late to a meeting” pace on my side gets her nose up off the ground and gets her into more of a traveling mode. If I go at my normal pace, I might as well not be there as she stops every 3 steps to sniff something new and interesting. I will admit that my problem isn’t that she pulls to get to things, it’s that she stops and refuses to move forward until she has finished investigating whatever caught her fancy. The greyhound is more difficult on pacing, since there is no way I can move fast enough to get to her traveling speed. But a nice slow amble does seem to help her keep pace.
A “Random Walk” to Stop Your Dog or Puppy from Pulling on His Leash
The system is also adjustable so that the harness never becomes too tight, but also stays tight enough to not slip off. The is an ideal tool for pet parents in my puppy classes, as the system grows with the dog avoiding the need to otherwise buy multiple sizes as the dog gets bigger. The also transitions to a standard leash, making it easy to switch from anti-pull harness to regular leash as the situation warrants.
How do I stop my dog from pulling on the leash?
Your choice of equipment can help make a difference in your dog. A regular buckle collar will only cause your dog to cough, gag and choke. Choke collars that tighten when your dog pulls will only increase the level of anxiety your dog feels. Prong collars may make you feel like you're power steering, but again the associated discomfort will increase your dog's stress and anxiety. A better choice is a harness, best of all,a . Make sure you get a harness that your fearful dog cannot slip out of. If you are concerned your dog can slip out of your harness, let him wear a martingale collar along with your harness, and clip the leash to both the front ring on the harness and the martingale collar or let him wear two leashes, one attached to the harness and one to the martingale collar.
ThunderLeash No Pull Solution Dog Leash
There are several reasons you might be looking for the best leash for dogs that pull. I mean, everyone knows that dogs are incredibly excitable creatures, right? It’s part of what makes them so loveable. Whether they smell something tasty, see something interesting, or are feeling playful, dogs are always hopping and jumping around.A dog pulling on its leash is one of the most common complaints I hear about as a trainer and it happens to be a “learned” behavior, that can physically injure both you and your dog. This means it’s a behavior that can be “unlearned” as well.