Understanding the Trigger: Recognize what prompts your dog to pull, be it excitement or curiosity, to address the root cause of the behavior.
Positive Reinforcement: Reward your dog for walking calmly beside you, reinforcing the desired behavior and encouraging them to continue this pleasant experience.
Consistent Commands: Employ consistent commands like "heel" or "walk" to establish communication, helping your dog understand the expected behavior on the lead.
Choose the Right Equipment: Select a suitable harness or head collar to discourage pulling, providing better control without causing discomfort to your furry friend.
Frequent Short Walks: Opt for shorter, more frequent walks to keep your dog engaged and prevent boredom-induced pulling behavior. This also aids in better leash training.
Patience and Persistence: Be patient and persistent in your training efforts. Consistency is key, and over time, your dog will learn to walk calmly on the lead.