Pulling On Lead/Leash-Podcast

Pulling on the lead, or leash, is something a very large number of dog owners experience, many will just accept that it is an inevitable part of owning a dog, grit their teeth and continue to engage in the habitual “Tug-of-War” that going for a walk means to them. Going for a walk is not a pleasure but becomes an unpleasant chore that must be endured.

The good news is that it does not have to be and here I will explain what you can do to address this problem and start actually enjoying those excursions with your best friend. Click the link below:

Pulling on The Lead-Jan fennell

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