Walking a dog that is pulling is not fun!

Whether you have a little dog that is pulling so hard, its front feet are off the ground or a bigger that makes walking a bit dangerous. We can help.

Most people struggle with teaching their dog to walk nicely is because they don’t realize their dog also needs to learn.

1 – To pay attention – without attention, your dog will pull
2 – Keeping loose leash will get rewards
3 – To walk without pulling for more extended periods
4 – To walk without pulling, even though there are distracting things out there.

And if your dog gets upset or is overly excited by people or dogs, those issues must first be addressed.

Who would have guessed there are so many essential elements to teaching your dog not to pull.

No big deal, we successfully teach dogs to not pull on leash every day.

Action Plan for Teaching Your Dog To Stop Pulling on Leash

The Well-Mannered Dog is here to help you. Start training with Adventure-Ready Dog 1 classes our Private Classes or Changing Dog Emotion Program. You can start training today if your dog is up to date on vaccines, healthy, and at least eight weeks of age.


Author – Debbie Schaefer

Debbie has been successfully teaching dog lovers how to rambunctious, rude, disobedient dogs into Well-Mannered companions since 1987.

That means there are few bad behaviors Debbie can’t tame or troublesome pups Debbie can’t help turn into well-mannered dogs.

With training, your dog can be a great companion, a fun part of your life.