How To Stop Your Labrador Pulling On The Lead

Labrador Walking Problems: What’s Wrong With My Dog?

The problem with most dogs is that they are too independent. They have their own ideas about what is right or wrong, good or bad, and if you don’t agree with them then you’re going to get into trouble. If your dog doesn’t follow rules and regulations then it will result in punishment, which means you’ll probably lose him forever!

So how do you fix this problem?

You need to teach your dog some manners. You want to make sure that he understands that there are certain things you shouldn’t do and others you should. For example, if someone were trying to pick up a child from school, it would be very inappropriate for him to just run away from them without saying “No!” but if they did so while holding a knife in their hand, then it might not be such a big deal. Similarly, if someone was trying to pick up your dog, it wouldn’t be appropriate for him to just jump out at them without saying “Stop!” but if they did so while holding a gun in their hands, then you’d probably think twice before letting him off the leash again.

In order to teach these kinds of behaviors, you need a way of teaching them. One method is through positive reinforcement training (or P.R.). This means that whenever your dog does something right, you’ll give him something nice.

This can be in the form of food, walks, or toys. In fact, it can even be through praise if he’s particularly soft! However, harsh punishment is not an effective way of training. In fact, it’s not really training at all since the dog won’t learn from his mistakes; he’ll learn to stay away from you.

P.R. is a more modern and humane method of teaching a dog new things. However, it is not the only way. Another popular method is known as positive punishment (P.P).

This consists of both rewards as well as punishments for bad behavior. For example, if your dog does something you don’t like then you will give him a quick smack across the nose with your finger. The pain will cause him to remember that particular behavior. These two types of training will produce drastically different types of dogs. P.R. dogs are very friendly, relaxed, and trusting. On the other hand, P.P. dogs tend to be more aggressive and mistrusting. However, both can produce efficient working dogs if used properly and in the correct doses.

No matter which you decide to use, there are a few important rules you should always keep in mind while training your dog. First and foremost, you should always make sure that training is fun for the dog. If it stops being fun for him then he’ll stop listening to you. In fact, he might even start to ignore you on purpose just to get back at you! Along the same lines, never punish your dog if he doesn’t know what he did wrong.

This breaks the first rule of making training fun for him. Also, don’t overdo the training. This’ll just give him a headache (literally) and he won’t be wanting to listen to you at all.

Now that you’ve read this chapter, you should have a greater appreciation for the amount of training that goes into creating a well-behaved dog. No matter how much they may seem to enjoy what they’re doing, they’re only doing it because you’ve trained them to. Next time you see a dog displaying good behavior, take a moment to congratulate the owner. Next time you see bad behavior, take a moment to scold the owner. If everyone did this, we could finally put an end to poorly behaved dogs.

Good Dog!

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You’ve successfully completed all of the major sections in this book! If you were to go to the store right now and pick up another dog training book, it probably wouldn’t have anything as in-depth as what you’ve learned here. From training your dog to behave when you take him for a walk around the block, to training him to chase away potential burglars, to teaching him not to eat the cat poop, you’ve covered it all!

Remember, dogs are amazing creatures with lots of skills. It’s up to you as the owner to train him in the ways he should go. Be firm but fair and you’ll have a canine companion for life!

Who Let the Dogs Out?”

– The Baha Men

(For some reason this was the first song that came to mind when I thought about dog training. I guess it has some really catchy beats.)

Quiz Answers

1. The stop command prevents your dog from pulling on the leash.

This is especially important when there are other people or dogs around that may get hurt.

2. The sit command will help you keep your dog under control and make him listen to you whenever necessary.

3. The down command will ensure that your dog stays off the furniture and lies down when told to.

4. The come command will ensure that your dog obeys whenever you call him.

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5. The shake command will prevent your dog from jumping up on people or graciously accepting any handouts they may have.

6. The speak command will enable you to communicate with your dog whenever necessary.

7. The roll over command will keep your dog from taking things off the coffee table and from eating cat poop.

8. The stay command will keep your dog from following you around everywhere.

9. Walking your dog on a leash is an important part of his health and development.

10. Letting your dog jump up on people is considered rude. 11. Tearing around the house and yard is not good for your dog’s joints and muscles. 12.

The speak command is only really necessary if you have a particularly large dog that may someday growl or bite someone. 13. If your dog eats cat poop, he may get sick.

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