Teaching loose leash walking to your dog has lots of benefits
Forget about your dog pulling the leash and start having enjoyable walks
Build a strong bond with your dog by teaching your dog how to focus
Understand why your dog is pulling on the leash and what's going on in your dog's head
Loose lead walking course personalised to every breed
To teach your dog Loose Lead Walking you need to start with something very different - eye contact.
Eye Contact is simply the idea that to get what they want, your dog looks to you first.
Without a doubt, this is the one exercise that makes all other exercises easier. It is the spine of everything.
Think about it: if your dog’s not looking at you, there’s a pretty good chance that they're not listening to you either! The added benefit is that Eye Contact stops them from doing other unwanted behaviours – for example, your dog can't pull on their lead if they are looking up at you.
There are three fundamental things you'll learn with the loose leash walking course
Stop your dog to pull on the leash when outside
Teach your dog to focus and establish an eye contact
Master loose leash walking in different environments and with different distractions
How long does it take to teach loose leash walking to a dog
We worked with animal behaviourists and trainers to create an easy-to-follow seven-step course. If you only spend ten minutes a day for one week, you'll see improvements.
What do you need to get started with loose leash training?
Well, the great news is that you only need some tasty treats and a leash that you use on a regular basis. Your dog will master loose leash walking in no time.
Once you mater loose leash walking we recommend that you check out these courses
Learn how to teach a dog to sit
Teaching your dog to sit is a great place to start with your training. For example, teaching your dog to sit at kerbs can make crossing roads safer and asking your dog to sit when greeting people means they're less likely to jump up.
Simple course for dog socialisation with other dogs
Come and join us on this course for some super dog socialisation tips and learn why it is important to focus on the quality of exposures with other dogs and not the quantity of exposures your dog has at this early stage.
Master loose leash walking in one week
Training your dog to walk on a leash, or loose leash walking, is essentially training your dog to walk by your side without pulling the lead.