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PostSubject: Leash training?   Leash training? EmptyTue Jul 23, 2013 5:11 pm

Hello all new here, so I've had a problem with my boy Jazz. Every time I wanna take the little guy for a walk
he refuses and he pulls back and the leash and bites it, even trys to get his collar off... at times he would follow when
I tell him to come, and he would heel without the leash. He doesn't seem to be like other Huskys though... although adventurous he's quiet shy around new areas, and he's afraid to walk out of our home area. He would walk all the way up to the gate. Then run back...Leash training? 1625187496  The previous owners did tell me they never went out side. And just stayed home... Any way to train this out of him so he will be comfortable enough with the leash and with walking around the neighborhood or even run off or something. I work out alot so I spend about a good 2-3 hours outside everyday, even at night. Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks everyone!!
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Join date : 2013-05-20

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PostSubject: Re: Leash training?   Leash training? EmptySun Jul 28, 2013 12:03 am

Take baby steps. Get the dog as close to the gate that you were talking to, and try to get them to interact with you there praising them and giving them lots of treats. Make sure while you're doing this you don't slack on your leash training because you don't want to fix one area only to end up with a dog who tries to drag you around. After you get your dog comfortable at the gate move a little further. Continue this and eventually your dog will be comfortable out walking. Just don't rush the dog faster than he's wanting to go! Smile

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