Obedience Plus: Leash Pulling

Minimize your dog's leash pulling and reinforce obedience

Overview
Age: 9 months or older
Leash Pulling
Reactivity
Basic Obedience

Does your dog exhibit extreme pulling? What about leash reactivity? 

Our leash pulling training focuses on leash manners and leash pulling.  Through positive reinforcement, we reteach your dog the meaning of the leash.

Your dog will spend extra time practicing on walks and learning to curb impulse control around other dogs and squirrels.  They will also be spending time in a pack setting to teach them how to learn in a distracted environment.  

Program

Focus Areas

We believe in 6 basic commands for success. These practical cues will give you the tools to get your dog to focus on you and control their impulses.

  • Sit
  • Down
  • Focus
  • Wait / Impulse Control
  • Place & Drop it

 

Speciality Training

This program incorporates behavioral modification that focuses on the following areas:

  • Impulse Control
  • Desensitization
  • Manners
  • Boundaries

Program Package

  • 10 Day Training Sessions
  • 1 Virtual Training Session
  • Duration: 2 to 3 weeks
  • $1,699
  • Bonus: 2 Pack Etiquette Classes
Leash Pulling

Understanding why your dog is pulling or reactive on leash will help you unwind the behavior. Here are some of the common reasons dogs pull on leash.

 

  • Your dog isn’t getting enough exercise or stimulation. Now that we’ve all experienced quarantine, being cooped up all day kinda sucks. Your dog might need more engagement and exercise throughout the day.

 

  • It works. If they are pulling and you are following, then they are getting what they want and they will do it again.

 

  • They walk faster than you. Some dogs need to go faster. This falls into your dog probably needs more exercise bucket.

 

  • They are untrained. Dog training is not innate. So if your dog has not received proper training, then you have no communication tools which makes it much harder to manage your dog on-leash.

 

  • They see and want something that is more interesting to you (like a squirrel).

 

  • They have not received proper socialization.

 

Don’t want to tackle this alone? We are here to help. Request a consultation with one of our trainers.