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Loose Leash Walking and Heeling

This seems to be the skill most people, including some trainers have the most difficulty. Students will learn the difference between loose leash walking and heeling, and will practice each in differing circumstances and distraction levels. Dogs will learn to "stay close", to do an emergency halt, to walk mannerly in crowds, near dogs, and in a variety of circumstances. Owners will learn about ways to lead a dog, techniques to make loose leash walking fun and natural and learn when to heel and when to walk loose lead, as well as when to allow the dog to be a dog.

Christopher is more tuned into us in low-distraction environments. Even when he reacts the time he’s ’out of his mind’ is less. You are a wonderful, patient instructor.

- S.K.
Arlington, Washington


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Leo<br />Langley, Washington

Leo
Langley, Washington

Leo loves to run and be outdoors. What is wonderful about him is that he is playful, loves to romp with small dogs, and loves his owner’s attention.


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Three-Bark Rule

By Diane Garrod
There are several ways to prevent, manage and train your dog not to bark.


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