Dog training is not something you do once a week – as communication with your dog is happening very often. So in this video I talk about the lessons that may be necessary every time you go for a walk and the dangers of believing it is solely the dog’s walk.

The lessons you could teach on every walk could be

How to put a harness on without upsetting a dog
Getting your dog to wait before you leave the home
Teaching your dog to walk to heel
Training your dog to come back when called
Impulse control around animals
Teaching the sit and stay response
How to greet other dogs
To heel behind you off lead
The release command
Not to jump up and much much more.

Only once a dog has developed self control and is responsive in every situation is it then more the dog’s walk because you have established who is making the decisions.

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Best wishes,

Nigel Reed

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