What is the best way to train a dog not to pull

By Anonymous . Created on Jul 06, 2019
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Dog harness

Dog harness

Correction collar

Correction collar

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Trisha Alaniz said on Jul 31, 2019
Definitely depends on the dog
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Anonymous said on Jul 15, 2019
Dog harness
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Robert said on Jul 12, 2019
dogs respect their owners
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Chuck said on Jul 10, 2019
I have found correction collars are good for training dumbocrats
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MarieN said on Jul 17, 2019
They work pretty good on "wood" chucks and weasels too!
Correction collar
Karen said on Jul 10, 2019
depends on breed sometimes
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Paul Procenko said on Jul 9, 2019
If you correct your dog properly then correction collar is best never pull back on a dog always to the side like their mother would
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tabecat03 said on Jul 7, 2019
Yes, I have tried several things. The end result, we use a harness with the chest vest. It doesn't stop her but it definitely gives me better control for a walk and it does control her pulling! Being a husky she is very strong, and she has a very different opinion of what a walk is.
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MarieN said on Jul 7, 2019
We had a Shepherd/Husky mix, and they certainly do love to pull. One of the funniest memories I have of him (long passed) was out Christmas tree harvesting. We had a small Chihuahua mix also, and the two of them loved each other so much. Well we took our animals pretty much everywhere with us, and after finding our tree, tied our bigger dogs leash/harness to it for him to pull down the snowy hillside. The small dog ...
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Fred Zacher said on Jul 6, 2019
A body harness is the best way to go. You don't want to have to pull and perhaps affect the throat and esophagus in the getting the pet trained not to pull you along.