How to train your dog to heel on a loose leash: Dog training In London (HD)

http://www.dogtraininginlondon.co.uk/ A training video on how to teach your dog to walk to heel. A gentle method which has no need for gadgets, tools or dema…

25 comments on “How to train your dog to heel on a loose leash: Dog training In London (HD)

  1. Love! Love! Love! This video! I have looked for so long for a trainer as
    positive as you! I have 3 dogs who are all very different & all have way
    too much energy & excitement when it comes to walks! But i have a very good
    feeling about your methods & I am going to give it a shot! ­čÖé Thank you!
    Thank you! Thank you! ­čÖé ´╗┐

  2. Hey +Nigel Reed, Great video! It’s nice to see someone realistic about
    this. It does take time and effort, but the rewards are great!´╗┐

  3. Very good! I have a border collie who is very keen to please but also pulls
    a lot, especially to sniff things. I like that your methods are not overly
    focused on treats, I have been trying a similiar method with a basenji that
    I walk who is very difficult to motivate but he has been very successful,
    so now I need to sort my own dog out (He is a rescue and I haven’t had him
    very long!). I walk them together sometimes and it all goes out the window
    and gets somewhat chaotic especially in sniffy areas! Two dogs together can
    be quite confusing! ´╗┐

  4. It seems so simple, changing directions keeps the dog behind you and puts
    him/her in the position of keeping up. And then it becomes a habit.
    great!´╗┐

  5. thank you so much for this realistic dog training video!! I will make
    improvements in walking my Maltese with a lot more patience. Need a little
    more advice from you, I always do the Stage 2 (Stop, Start, Change
    Direction) whenever he moves towards green grass, but my concern is how do
    I tell the differences if he wants to potty or he is moving towards green
    grass due to curiosity. Why do they always sniffing around? thanks!! ´╗┐

  6. Oh my god loved this video… This was the video I was looking for thank
    you so much… U explained it perfectly ­čśÇ ´╗┐

  7. Hello Nigel, very helpful video..Thank you. Can you help? How can I fade
    away the need for using treats? My Carlos – also a chocolate lab (1 year
    old), is healing ok now but as soon as I start gradually reducing the
    treats…he refuses to cooperate. (I am using a clicker and treats). Your
    advice will be much appreciated. Thank you. …Also it would be fantastic
    if you could shoot a follow up video…heal walking off leash. Just a
    suggestion :)´╗┐

  8. Hey Nigel!!! I really found your video useful and positive.. So that I’ll
    use your methods for training my golden retriever puppy. Pulling has been
    my biggest problem after mouthing.. Now mouthing is over, but pulling
    problem occured. Thanks again for the video, I’ll apply it already!´╗┐

  9. You are able to train your dog when you take him or her out for a walk and
    see the way your family and your friends impress at how great your puppy
    is.´╗┐

  10. God it was so nice to hear it in English and not from an American!
    Everything is just so much more real and calm. ´╗┐

  11. Hi, Nigel! How did you solve the problem of the Lab biting the lead and
    trying to pull you around? Did you stay put until she calmed down? Thank
    you and congratulations on your work!´╗┐

  12. I love the video but in practice it’s just not feeling as though it’s
    working by the time I’ve got to stage three.. but then my dog has been so
    bad in the past he has physically pulled me over and at least I can be out
    with him at the minute so perhaps it’s getting better. I literally have
    all the time in the world but I still feel impatient if I’m honest as he is
    three now and I cant believe I still have not mastered a pleasant walk´╗┐

  13. great, simple, useful and practical, we have our new puppy walking to heel
    in three days thanks to your tips.´╗┐

  14. now… need to work on calming him down when other dogs are near… he’s up
    on his back legs and doing a ridiculous Michael Jackson moon walk! Must
    look for more of your videos, thanks´╗┐

  15. Great video, wish I had seen this before our last shepherd was lost to us.
    I have a lovely little white shepherd of 15 weeks who is already starting
    to pull. I will try this method and really hope it works. Thank you for
    the advice, the best I have seen!´╗┐

  16. Hi Nigel, I have two very strong staffies, the younger one is fine on her
    own, but when walking both together she tends to follow the older dogs
    ways. Although all this pulling has helped tone my arms perfectly fine, I’d
    much rather have a relaxed walk. I will give this a go but one question,
    while training them to walk properly can take weeks or even months, how
    will dogs differentiate training from the regular exercise runs I have to
    take them to. The small walk from home to car and car to the park is all
    pull, no matter how short. If I let them pull then, I am conflicting the
    training sessions, and if I follow the rules of training, that is to not go
    further, they won’t get their exercise? ´╗┐

  17. Hi nigel,
    Any tips on recall,I have a lab x springer and a jack russell.they are fine
    and come when I call them,untill another dog is around.then the’re off.
    I’ve tried using a long lead,and I’ve done recall at home and in the park
    they respond straight away and return..untill there’s another dog so I’m at
    a loss as to what to do.
    Much appreciated if you can help.x
    ´╗┐

  18. Hi Nigel ..I love your video …I have a Rottweiler who is 14 months old
    and pulls at the lead so badly that my arm hurts ..my question to you is
    that ..do all of these stages need to be done in one go or is a gradual day
    by day progress . (i.e) I move to the next stage only after the dog has
    mastered each stage …Kindly advice …Thanks in advance´╗┐

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