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Training a dog to stay with you off leash?

Question ? training a dog to stay with you on a leash I wonder how people train their dogs to walk with them without a leash. I see people with dogs off leash in their yards or in public and the dog lags far behind is the owner and does not stop to hunt other animals or jump on other people. I want to know how you train a dog to follow you when off leash, without worrying about the run off to chase someone or something. I do not ask how you train “come” exactly, just how to make that leisure and freedom to let your dog off leash without crainte.Meilleure response: Answer by

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I want to know too! My dog ​​is always like a wild animal without a leash … uh .. waiting

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  • yeah i want to know too. I think you need to train them to do so as a puppy

  • I see many here where I live. I was told they are trained to respond to verbal commands. I saw some pretty good ways dogs (on leash) act not good manners in good conditions. I do not think it is never a good idea to have a dog without a leash in public places. They are animals and have a mind of their own. But I do think that the formation of lead out could be useful in case you need to use it.

  • I spent much time with my dog ​​Tobias. I train him, to talk like a human, feed it, take it outside … over time, it got where it is on my heels wherever I go. If I take walks outside I do not have to leave simply because it sticks to my heels. (If you should always have your dog on a leash outside because you never know about other dogs, or if your dog is frightened, he may try to flee and a leash, it will not get ) I think the key is really just build a friendship with your dog and have a love for eachother. This is what worked for me.

  • It is much easier with some dogs than others. Basil is a red Irish setter of 5 generations of champions in the field, so I just taught him to heel simply with praise and corrections verbales.Minty is a rescue dog to heel and good for her age, but may never be able to have a leash in busy public places.

  • My dogs do it naturally. They learned their names and “Come” on the first day they were at home when they were able to go out of lead in their first outing without any problems. I found that I had dogs that could not go without a leash immediately ended up running away every time they were allowed to leave the lead. It took forever for them to learn not to the leg when the lead was clipped. But my hounds remain about anything. Until I return them to play well sûr.Je’ve never really thought about. I’ve never trained to do. They are just ça.Je guess they learned that when they are near me, they are immune to all that frightens them. But I could not tell you how to teach your dog.

  • if you do not ask how to train “come” you will never have a dog without a leash … a dog that has almost 100% recall (and that is to come when called) are the dogs you see off leash behave … if you can get your dog to come to you in any situation, any distraction, you can have a dog without a leash … so it is on training “future”: O) I started training my dog ​​at 8 weeks to be on a leash and in a year, it could go anywhere, the streets of downtown, neighborhoods, nature, off leash, without leaving my side … but I worked with her almost every single day for that period of time … and get her not to chase squirrels all I walked rain or shine for three months solid down “squirrel went” (local park where tourists go to feed the squirrels and wildlife) on a short leash and completely ignored everything she did at the end of the leash … by the end of three months, she could get squirrel leash went slack and so far she can go off leash and no hunting …

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