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clearPulling on the Lead

Having experienced this problem myself, I can sympathise with owners trying desperately to tackle it. Believe me, I tried everything to help my dog. What I discovered was that gadgets simply do not work, they may make the dog pulling on the lead slightly easier for you to deal with but as soon as you stop using the gadget the problem is still apparent.  

What is important here is to start changing the dogs mind as to what their job is, thereby removing the job of leader and decision maker from the dog.

Take a look at the video below
with Jan Fennell and Tony Knight on this issue.
 


Amichien Bonding will help with this problem and all other non-medical dog behaviour problems, you can succeed with this communication method in the privacy of your own home. Amichien Bonding can help with reading body language, teaching your dog good manners, the ability to be able to communicate effectively, becoming your dogs best friend and the general nature of your dog.

Give Dog Behaviourist Rachael a call to have a quick chat with her or fill in the Contact Form and Rachael will respond to you promptly and personally.  

Click here to find out how a Dog Listener works.


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Dog Behaviour Problems

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All you need is an open mind and respect for the dog.