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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:32 pm 
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Chop Mouth
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Try a slip lead, choker collars far down on there neck. A slip lead can be tightened to where it stays up high on there neck. This is where they have sensitive pressure points. When breaking a dog on the lead I only give them about a foot of slack. Once they get that down, and can walk reasonably on a lead. I will teach them to walk behind me. I still use the slip lead, but will give them more room on the lead. When they try to get infront of me. I will put my leg and block them or tap them from behind with my foot. A dog following a human, shows respect and leadership. A dog out front pulling shows a lack of discipline and submission. Starting out I change directions often and zig zag.
Also when training, it often is easier after the dog has ran out there energy, may want to introduce a treadmill, or teach her to fetch, or let her run before starting a training sessions, this is especially important when working with high drive dogs.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:33 pm 
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Ck out ceaser millan books, he deals a lot with high energy dogs.

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make a loop in lead that goes around dogs torso and hook to collar when dog pulls it will squeeze him when he don't pull it won't he my panic at first but he will get the hang of it just like chain breaking one. hope this helps


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