Monday, July 28, 2014

Just Because A Leash Is On, Doesn't Mean You Have To Go Far

So your dog needs to get out of the residence and sniff or needs to stretch his or legs but:

- there are loose dogs in your neighborhood or
- your dog is easily spooked or
- you or your dog are on limited exercise
- you are still building loose leash walking skills

You can still get your dog out, work on loose leash walking, etc.. without going too far.  In this loose leash walking video below, you will see me practicing loose leash walking with Matt-Matt. We walk down the side walk, then back up the driveway, then back out to the side walk again.  I was doing this for the video, but we could also do this if we want to use our residence as a safety net.



And see this link or video below for info on using your vehicle as a safety net: https://scontent-b-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hvideo-xfp1/v/t43.1792-2/10306358_4476597610202_459649671_n.mp4?rl=3088&vabr=2059&oh=ca8c3d3bbe28f8cec5470b4ea41e4c78&oe=54CD914C




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