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My crossover journey from aversive to force free dog training

My Crossover Journey from Aversive to Force Free Dog Training

This article was originally published in the CAPDT newsletter

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heel training

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5 tips to prevent and fix pulling on leash

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10 tips to immediately improve pulling on leash

Being dragged on walks sucks. Let’s fix that!

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Why dogs pull on leash and how to fix it

7 common reasons why a dog pulls on leash and how to fix them!

Harness conditioning Harness fear

Dog scared of their harness? Fix that in a few weeks with this step-by-step guide!

Common Loose Leash Mistakes

Leash pulling is one of the most common issues I’m asked to help with. Here are 5 common loose leash dog walking mistakes to avoid!

don't recommend a retractable leash

Retractable leashes are supposed to provide freedom for your dog while maintaining safety. There are huge reasons I don’t recommend them!

Loose Leash Walking: Teaching Your Dog Not To Pull On Leash Using Positive Training

Tired of being dragged on walks? Learn how to train your dog to walk nicely without using aversive tools like choke or prong collars!

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Whether your dog is brand new to leash training OR they have a long history of pulling on leash, this free guide will teach you what you need to know!

Puppy biting HURTS! In this free guide I'll explain everything you need to know to STOP puppy biting without any corrections!

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Lily was just over a year old when we started working with Steph. Her recall was not great, and we didn't really trust her off leash.
It has been great working with Steph because she really got to the root of what made it so hard to train Lily's recall. Steph was able to explain to us why Lily behaves the way she does because of her breed, and provided us with daily play and training we should be doing to work on her impulse control.
With that in mind, it helped us train Lily's recall and loose leash walking (that was a bonus!).
Thanks for all your help Steph!!

- Tiffany & Myles

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