5 Skills for Dog Walking
Here are five tips for training dogs to walk and master walking. It's simple. dogs treat me as their real owners. That's why dogs follow me wherever I go. Here are five tips for walking a dog.
1. Walk in front of the dog.
Walking in front of your dog can make you a master. On the contrary, if your dog controls you while walking, it is the lead dog. You should be the first to go out and the first to come in. When walking, your dog should be next to you or behind you.
2. Use short dog chains.
Short dog chains give you more control. Tie the dog chain around the dog's neck to help you communicate, guide and correct with the dog more easily. If you need extra help, consider a high dog collar. When correcting a dog, you must take the dog's safety into account.
3. Give yourself enough time for the dog to walk.
Like humans, dogs are active during the day, so walking in the morning is ideal. I suggest setting aside 30 minutes to an hour. The specific needs of each dog vary. Consult your veterinarian and watch your dog's behaviour to see if its needs are met.
4. Keep ahead even after walking.
When you get home, don't stop leading. Let your dog wait patiently while you take off his belt or your shoes.
5. Reward your dog after walking it.
By offering a meal after a walk, you've made your dog "work" for food and water. Don't forget to set an example and follow your dog forever!