How to STOP Leash Pulling: TEACH Your DOG To WALK PERFECT on a Leash

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This week's video is an unique one! My newest addition to the topic of humane, enjoyable, chain strolling will certainly reveal you exactly what to do when your canine stops focusing as a result of distraction on a stroll. Eva and her labradoodle young puppy Boudreaux are youtube subscribers of mine who stay in San Diego and also wanted to gathering for a video clip while she was visiting New Orleans! Boudreaux is doing exceptional for her age and it's clear that Eva invests a lot of time with her, BUT when he's sidetracked he does not pay attention along with she 'd like.

Does your canine respond to you when sidetracked?

Ways to show your canine to leave something alone:

Ways to Teach Your Dog to Take a look at You:

Does your dog pull and/or attack as well as leap when you try to take a walk? Enjoy this video:

49 Comments on “How to STOP Leash Pulling: TEACH Your DOG To WALK PERFECT on a Leash”

  1. My 4 month old German shepherd loves to stop and sniff places where other dogs have “marked their territory” and won’t stop smelling it lol

  2. My 2 year old Golden Retriever is a crazy dog when we are walking! She picks up trash, pulls, runs after anything that moves and if she sees someone across the street she just freezes and stares at them!

    1. If I where you I would get her some good exercise before the walk. Play a good game of fetch. Also try teach her the Look at Me game indoors and out, that way you can get her attention. If she is to far gone, go back to the last place you where able to get her attention let her clam down and then try again.

    2. parisGreenDay
      That’s a big dog. Of what Mr. George teaches works with our cocker spaniel pup. We’re just having a lot of trouble with distraction training

  3. My puppy does a mix of constant pulling and stopping for minutes at a time, and I can’t get him to walk at my pace, which is faster than how I normally move when I try to walk with him.

  4. Help! My yorkie barks at people and dogs! I think it is fear but he especially barks at children! I need help! Children REALLY want to pet him…i dont know if he would bite but he growls! Please do a video!

    1. +Daniel Heath i am 14 and i own him, my bothers and sisters range from 8 weeks to 15 years ( 6 of us) he lives hapily with us, even the baby. He some times play growls and has minor food agression ( we are working on that ) when he meets new adults he will bark to start with then become their friend! But this is not the same with children! He likes some dogs and has some dog friends but he dosent really know how to play with dogs and some he just goes mad with!

    2. +Daniel Heath i am 14 and i own him, my bothers and sisters range from 8 weeks to 15 years ( 6 of us) he lives hapily with us, even the baby. He some times play growls and has minor food agression ( we are working on that ) when he meets new adults he will bark to start with then become their friend! But this is not the same with children! He likes some dogs and has some dog friends but he dosent really know how to play with dogs and some he just goes mad with!

    3. +Chloe Montgomery Sounds like he was not socialized enough when he was really young. I would really work on the food aggression first, which if it is not bad enough can be helped by holding his food bowl while he eats, this helps prevent him from getting into a over protective stance plus allows him to realize who is in control of the food. I would not do this however if it is to bad, do not risk a bite. Then for his reactivity to children I would try the BAT training I was talking about. https://empoweredanimals.com/  This link will take you to the site you can learn about it.

    4. +Daniel Heath thanks again! Lol! He wasnt socilised as we got him not that young and we couldnt take him out until he was vacinated! He is not nutered…i am thinking about it though! I am going to work hard on this and hopefully it works! Thanks alot for your help! 🙂

    5. getting him nutered could help, its not a bad idea, it has been proven that dogs whom are nutered bite less then those who are not… Its no problem glad I could help.

    1. You are either being an idiot and taking the ‘P’ or you are totally ignorant of what is harmful to dogs. I think it is the first.

  5. Hi Zak! I adopted a 5-year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi and he does mind well, but he pulls a lot on walks. Its his 3rd day and do I need to be extra patient since he still is exploring and getting to know his new environment? How much time do I give him?

  6. I don’t even have a dog. I still love the vids. I want a dog so much, but my parents do not agree with me and say that we are not getting a dog because we only just got our independence back from our last dog (a beautiful white Bull Terrier, with a black patch around one of her eyes and one of her ears) She passed around 5/6 years ago, and I really miss the connection between me and dogs. I know what I am like with dogs as I took my friends puppy out for a walk, and when we got back I had trained her to sit at the road and wait. Dogs make me happy and through the teenage years I’m going through I want something to come home too and be happy. I have researched what dogs would fit our lifestyle and even produced a presentation to show my parents, but no matter what, they just don’t understand! Any ideas to help me?

    1. +Ellie May I think you’re doing the right thing with the research and training videos. Unfortunately for now your parents have the final say, and dogs are a significant investment in time and money that they would have to at least back you up on. BUT! teen years don’t last forever, and you’ll have more freedom before you know it (really it seems like it’ll never happen but it does and life changes a lot when you get to make your own decisions). I think in the meantime, you could try volunteering at a local shelter to interact with dogs more and spend some time caring for them and training them to give them a better chance at adoption. This might help you get the dog interaction you really want, and may even help your parents see your dedication and responsibility. You could also see if fostering would be something they would try, since it’s just temporary and the costs are usually covered by the rescue group until the dog finds a forever home. Good luck!

    2. +Emily Mills Thank you! I have volunteered at my local dog shelter, helping out with cleaning and caring for all dogs. I donate to them and they know me very well! I’m even hoping to work there when I’m old enough! My parents are still very unsure on the idea and are trying to convince me to get a less costly, less time consuming pet (they even suggested a fish!) You have really helped a lot with you feed back!

    3. You sound so responsible to me. My children did not show any maturity like you, when it came to the dogs they begged me for. They lost interest right away and “their” pugs were mine 100%. I think if you offer to foster a small dog, they would see how responsible you are. The older dogs are the easiest to get used to. Personally, I LOVE pugs but just rescued a Chihuahua/Terrier and also a Lab/Beagle. My female Pug passed away in February. But I still have her brother. So, as you can see, I’m hooked now! There are pet sitters, Rover.com for example that you can hire when you go on vacation.

  7. Any tips on how to stop a dog from grabbing the leash. My cane corso likes to drag onto the leash sometimes and play a tug of war game…I don’t know why he does that.

  8. it shows how passionate your are about your work. love the videos, I use them all the time with my beagle puppy

    1. Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution thanks for all your videos! I just got a new puppy and she is my first, so I’m watching the playlists as my homework to start training the best training videos I have ever seen I love that they are based on love and teaching with a lot of TLC! can’t wait to buy the book! ❤❤❤

  9. I love your videos! tell me what are your thoughts on pairing commands with a different language than you normally speak with your dog?

    1. nele bes I would say, that if your dog is small and unable to keep pace, then you should slow down for her, and then do your power walk solo later on.

    1. swarup koirala my gsd was a biter until he lost all his puppy teeth. If he/she still has puppy teeth, you kind of need to just wait it out.. I thought there would be no end to mines biting, but once the adult teeth came, it just stopped!

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