Using clear, uncluttered language, Turid teaches owners how to help their dogs to be more civilized and better companions. --Trish King, author of Parenting Your Dog, Directer of Behavior and Training at Marin Humane Society
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Dogs that pull are a nuisance and very difficult to correct. This method is as aggravating as the pulling itself, so I cannot recommend it to anybody.Published 27 days ago by Jean D.
It's helpful for one of my dogs. Unfortunately, the other dog is too reactive to other dogs; he's smart enough to catch on quickly and perform fine in the back yard, but it's... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Annette R.
This is an absolute must read for anyone leash training a puppy or dog. If you have a dog that takes you for a walk, then this is the instruction booklet for you. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rusty
For as little useful information as this book provides, you are better off just trying to get it from a library. You'll be able to skim for the useful information in one sitting.Published 1 month ago by akOSU
Very good information, focused on the problem stated in the title and nothing more. Clear instructions and method for teaching your dog not to pull.Published 2 months ago by Sharon Burgos
Extremely effective method for getting your dog to stop pulling on the leash. I tried the method where you just stand there when the dog pulls. Read morePublished 3 months ago by swker2005
This should be a mandatory handbook/manual for anyone who owns a dog. I bought 5 copies just to give away. I have read it and reread it and have all of Turid Rugas's other books. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Argus Eiger