Stop Choking Your Dog on Walks! Be Nice.

ELLIEBUSHSometimes I see people walking their dogs on a leash. Sometimes I see the dogs and the people having a good time. Tails are wagging and people are smiling. Sometimes I see dogs choking and people jerking and yelling ‘NO”. I have never seen tails wagging and people smiling when the dog is pulling so hard, he or she is choking.  Enter the Canny Collar. Of all the no-pull devices, the Canny collar is the best choice for many dogs. It is easy to fit, and when used properly, will quickly guide your dog into walking nicely. Once that happens, pour on the praise! Teaching your dog to heel, will happen much quicker if you:

1) Kindly discourage the dog from pulling. BUY CANNY COLLAR BY CLICKING HERE! FREE, USPS PRIORITY MAIL  SHIPPING!

2) Reinforce the “nice walking” behavior with rewards. LEARN ABOUT REWARD SYSTEM BY CLICKING HERE.

HAPPY TRAINING!

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Make Abrupt Turns when Teaching a Miniature Schnauzer Dog to Heel

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Say, when teaching your dog to heel on leash, make frequent, abrupt turns, so that the dog learns to stay connected to you. Practice in a field or parking lot so your dog does not see a clear path. If you walk on a sidewalk, make “about face” turns.

In the picture, Molly a young AKC Miniature Schnauzer, is walking like a pro with her Starmark collar! Notice the shadow of the leash. The handler is not tugging or applying pressure because the dog is walking in position. Perfect!

My Dog Pulls – Tip of the Week:

Make abrupt turns when teaching your dog to heel.

Happy Training!

Alan J Turner – How’s Bentley – Memphis TN

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No Flexi Leads When Teaching German Shepherd Dogs to Walk Nicely on Leash

ElllieSoccerThis article is about the leash that attaches to the head collar, harness, or training collar, and how you can choose the best lead for your German Shepherd Dog.

There are many different lengths and types of leads. Some are for training and others are for exercise.

My favorite training lead is a 6 foot leather leash. I use a 10 foot nylon leash to walk Bentley, now that he is well trained.

I have 30 foot, 40 foot and 50 foot, nylon long lines that I use for distance training.

Another popular lead is a retractable lead. These retractable leads are 12-25 feet long and retract into a bulky handle. People refer to all retractable leads as flexis although Flexi is really a brand of retractable leads.

The retractable lead makes it possible for the dog to walk anywhere within the maximum length of the line. The dog is rarely beside her or her people. Retractable leads are most often used by people who want to allow their dogs the freedom to walk on a loose lead. Loose lead walking is when the dog is not tugging but not necessarily walking next to the person. When the dog is on a retractable leash, 15 feet away, the owner is out of sight out of mind. That’s why I believe that loose lead walking is much more difficult to teach than heel.

Heel is when the dog walks at the owner’s side, the dog’s shoulder is adjacent to the person’s leg. When a dog is in heel position, you can turn left or right and the dog will see you turning and turn with you. The dog is visually connected to the owner when heeling.

German Shepherd Dogs are herding dogs. They understand how to guide livestock by using their bodies. They turn the livestock by occupying the space around the livestock. German Shepherds understand the connection that is created when walking next to another animal. They quickly learn to yield when you turn towards them. They understand how to follow you when you turn away from them.

My Dog Pulls – Tip of the week – use a 4 or 6 foot lead when teaching German Shepherd Dogs or any other herding breeds to walk nicely on lead! It wouldn’t hurt to teach all breeds of dogs to heel before you venture into loose lead walking.

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Labrador Retriever Pulls on Walks

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Hershey is a good looking, well mannered chocolate Labrador Retriever.

Hi, I am Alan J Turner and I own and operate How’s Bentley in Memphis TN. I work with labrador retrievers every week. Like most breeds, chocolate, yellow, and black lab puppies and dogs will pull and pull until you teach them to walk nicely on a loose lead! Those rascals are always ready to play!

People naturally want to walk their puppies and dogs, but the people (and the puppies and dogs) are not quite sure how to have a brisk, relaxing walk. The canine companions pull and the people tug and yell! YIKES! NOT FUN! You can see why one of my clients’ top concerns is dogs that pull on walks.

On this site, you can shop for and purchase the Canny Collar, a “no fit”, easy-to-use head collar solution for puppies and dogs that pull on leashes during walks.

Say, before you can teach your dog to walk nicely on a leash, it’s best to start with basic obedience commands such as sit, here, down, et cetera. Teaching your dog obedience commands will prepare your dog to be the student and you to be the teacher!

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Canny CollarUnlike other head collars, the canny collar is very easy to fit and to use. Just make sure you order the correct size!

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Alan J Turner

Companion Animal Behavior Counselor & Trainer, Canine Specialization

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