How To Walk Your Dog

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How To Walk Your Dog

Teach You To Train Your Dog
Published by jack Richardson in obedience · 23 July 2021

Walk Your Dog Daily

Walking your dog daily is extremely important to their happiness

Birds fly, Fish swim , and Dogs walk. It is their nature.
Recently I asked my grandson to walk my dog, Raji.

This may come as a surprise to you, as it did to me, his definition of walking a dog was completely different than mine!
After he and Raji were gone for several minutes I wanted to check on them, just to be sure all was okay.  You see, he had never walked the dog before, although he and Raji were not strangers, they had never walked alone.

I was expecting to find them well down the street, however, they were less than 20 yards away! His definition of  'walking the dog' was to take the dog to the nearest patch of grass so the dog could relieve herself!
The definition I will use for walking you dog is to take them on walk of at least a half mile.

Dogs in the wild wake up and migrate in their search for food. Your mission here is to closely imitate their natural desire and need to walk.

While walking it is important for you to not let them 'track' while walking. Tracking is when they drop their nose to the ground and smell while you walk. Stopping this behavior will very quickly have your dog walking with you correctly at your side with a loose leash.

You should only allow your dog to stop and smell when you let them. Your dog does not get to make these decisions. When they start making decisions like this, they are leading you, thus challenging your position as pack leader.

Walking has many benefits for both you and your dog. In addition to the health benefits walking allows pent up energy to be reased which will help in training as it releases the anxiety in the dog.

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Three Biggest Mistakes Owners Make
  1. Owners and Trainers alike treat dogs like Humans!
  2. Dog owner’s, especially small dog owners think their dogs DON'T NEED training  
  3. They Hire a Trainer
You are the best person to train your dog. They need to obey your commands because you told them to, There will be no consistency with the way you give commands if they learn it from someone else.
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