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“Continue this exercise until your dog can reach the goodies without any tightening of the leash. Ask him to wait, pick up the treats or toy and give him the goodies. Once your dog catches on, bring in exciting new goodies for him and change locations to different rooms in the house.”

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Product Info: The Secret Life of Pets Best Friend Max Walking Talking Friend is a 13-inch interactive, stuffed Max toy that walks, and talks just like the beloved dog in the film. He can be played with on or off his leash, says over 20 different movie phrases, wags his tail, and walks his unique walk.

Hasbro - FurReal Friends - “GoGo Walking and Talking Puppy Dog Toy”

Redirection worked initially, but after a time, my dog would ignore the toy and continue biting on the leash. A simple way to help your dog learn to walk without pulling on the leash is to stop moving forward when he pulls and to reward him with treats when he walks by your side. If your dog is not very interested in food treats, then you can a tug a toy or toss a ball for him in place of feeding a treat.

He'll make barking sounds and wag his tail

Using breathable mesh and waterproof materials, EzyDog dog packs are carefully created to be reliable and able to last through all kinds of adventure. With multiple pockets and a convenient handle, these dog packs will fit securely on your pooch to be a comfortable way to carry some necessities for travel, like leashes, toys, and .

Fluffy puppy walks a toy dog around the house

The problem: When you take your puppy for a walk, he constantly chomps on the leash, treating it like a tug toy. You’d prefer it if he’d just walk along nicely, sniffing bushes and peeing on fire hydrants like a civilized dog. Make sure all walking-without-biting gets rewarded. You can use treats, but you might have better results using a tug toy. Because a can be whatever the dog wants in that moment. When your pup grabs the leash, he’s telling you what he wants: to play tug! You can teach him that by walking nicely on leash, he’ll get to play. All of our leashes are made from recycled, retired or repurposed rock climbing rope, just like our large tug toys. Each leash is hand made with lots of attention to strength and durability. The ends of the rope, by the clasp and the handle, are secured with hammered steel clamp fixtures and covered with a commercial grade heat shrink tubing (see pictures below). We make these leashes to be tough as well as beautiful and we stand by their durability 100%. If you ever have any trouble with the fixtures, shy of letting your dog chew threw them, just send the leash back to us and we'll replace the parts. A good training leash is a 6-foot cotton web leash — it’s easy on the hands, easily manipulated, and just the right length. It’s also the most economical. For the average-size or larger dog, use a cotton web leash that’s 1/2-inch wide. For toy dogs, use a leash that’s 1/4-inch wide.