Question about 26 Bars and a Band Pets - Others
I have 2 really big dogs and i've used this lead with both of them. I think it's great quality and is still in good condition 6 months after i bought them despite my dogs being quite rough in the way they play with each other.
Posted on Apr 02, 2013
A good old fashion leashis usually the best option. Theretractable kind has been known to harm small dogs and malfunction when youneed to restrain your dog the most. Also, retractable leashes are known to hurt dog owners as well.
Posted on May 13, 2012
There are a few thingsyou can do to keep a dog from chewing on their leash. You could get a short leash so that it won'tbe comfortable to turn and bite it while you are walking. You can put some bitter apple or some otherunappealing substance (do not use hot sauce!). You can also simply train your dog through standard training methods notto bite her leash. Also, once you havefinished your walk, put the leash away immediately so that she knows it isn'tone of her playthings.b>
Posted on May 15, 2012
Tips for a great answer:
Before you actually start leash training, I recommend
attaching a leash to your dogs collar while at home and letting your puppy get
used to the leash being there. After a
few days, you can then begin leash training.
During the beginning stages, you should walk your puppy on the leash
without pulling/jerking. If your puppy
starts to pull on the leash, I suggest standing still. This lets your puppy know that you do not
want them to pull on the leash. Always
use positive reinforcement while leash training. Below I have attached a link to a site that
helped me leash train my dog.
Here are a few sites for you to look at in regards to
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