One of the best ways to leash train a dog is through crate training. A well-run, properly behaved dog in a crate can be just the kind of pet that everyone loves. However, it can be difficult to crate train a dog because there are so many things that you must do and not do. This article will show you how to properly crate train your dog and what kinds of signs to look for when crate training your dog.
To start off, always make sure that your dog has something of his own to occupy him while you’re on the leash training process. If he’s got nothing to do, then give him a treat and a pat in the head while you walk. As he becomes more comfortable with you and with the leash, then you can start to start using the treats as rewards for good behavior. If you can’t afford to buy a treat for him every time you walk, then just give him one of his favorite treats whenever you do go out.
There are many different types of leashes on the market today, including some that are very light, such as harnesses. Leash training using harnesses requires much more discipline and patience than using leashes. But, if you have a good, strong, trained dog that is good-natured, then a harness may be a fun and effective way to leash train him. Simple dog walking tips are the best thing, keep it simple. And, if you don’t mind being smothered by him every time you go out, then a harness isn’t really for you to start off with.