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Dog Training Tips : How to Put a Leash on a Dog

Added on Mar 9, 2008 From expertvillage

Make sure your dog is calm when you put a leash on him when going for a walk; get more tips on walking with dogs in this free pet obedience video.

Expert: Ryan Gwilliam
Bio: Ryan Gwilliam has trained over 10 dogs. He specializes in obedience training.
Filmmaker: joseph wilkins

28 Likes,     14 Dislikes,     14787 Views,     12 Comments

Search Says:

May 4, 2016 - this is bullshit

Tor Lei Says:

Jul 10, 2014 - "on behalf of expertvillage" - dudes of expertvillage, if you read this, please stop working with such "professionals". And at least have them deliver somewhat decent video quality. This refelcts poorly on you, not them. I won't comment on the content ... Rock On! cough chokecolar cough

xmonsterrkiddo Says:

Jun 17, 2013 - depressing...

Jake Jenkins Says:

Jan 21, 2013 - I'm glad I read the comments. I'm a new dog owner and the thought of her just walking and looking straight ahead is depressing. Why not just buy a fake stuffed dog and drag him around? Your dog looks like he's planning his suicide to end the pain of having you as an owner. I can't say I blame him.

Josh McDonough Says:

Nov 30, 2012 - this guys a fuck.

Neil PSM Says:

Aug 9, 2012 - He sounds like a strict owner. LOL

freshdumpling Says:

Jan 23, 2011 - this guy is cute and so are his dogs.

theBlue123498 Says:

Oct 20, 2010 - give your dogs a break there. dogs go outside is to see the world and enjoy life. And it's their natural thing to sniff the ground or look around cause sniffing the ground indicates that they wanna take a dump or pee. again, give em a break.

VeryBadReputation Says:

Jul 26, 2010 - In nature if a pack animal stops every now and then to sniff, pee, poop etc then there will never get were they want to go. All pack species travel and when they get at there destination they relax and do what they want. It seems logic to me to not let the dog sniff when walking

hdzmiriam Says:

Jun 5, 2010 - i'm with you... dogs should be following you, in the wild state they won't stop following the leader. Although, my beagle is always sniffing... i'm tired of pulling her collar, and don't know how to get her on track (today i actually had a breakdown, and my dog totally felt it and started misbehaving terribly)...