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how to stop pulling on leash

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Lobo

"Stubborn" dogs- don't need- corrections
 
 
Barked: Sat Apr 27, '13 4:56am PST 
The halter - and really every other training tool out there, including no-pull harnesses - work by applying pressure and forcing the dog to stop pulling. I try to do more errorless training with my dogs, but obviously that's not everyone's thing.

Anyways, be sure to remember to use very high-value rewards to teach your dog what TO do(which is walk on a loose leash). Good luck with Panda. (:
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