Loose Lead Workshop 

Does your dog pull on the lead? Are you tired of having sore arms or worse still, being pulled over? 
All dogs need to be on a lead at various times, daily walks, trips to the vets, groomers etc. Groomers and vets are necessary for obvious reasons, but daily walks are necessary too because dogs that don't experience these things can be under-socialised which often leads to behavioural problems. Some dogs continue to pull because it becomes a rewarding experience. 
For example: 
He pulls to get to the car to go for walks 
He pulls to get to greet another dog in the street, or class. 
He pulls you to the lady across the street and she tells him how lovely he is even 
though now, he is not JUST pulling, but is also jumping up with his muddy paws, to 
which she replies, "it's OK, I don't mind!" 
Does this sound familiar? What gets rewarded gets repeated FACT! 
Both you and your dog need to break old habits. Kay9 Services offers a workshop to help improve your dog's 'on-lead' behaviour. Learn how to teach your dog to walk on a loose lead using various kind, force-free methods. 
Please bring a good standard lead and collar. No Chain link leads and no flexileads, please. 
Check out the website calendar for dates, times and venues. 
This dog and owner attended a 3 week crash course in Loose Lead Online 
Call Us On 
0775 8288 478 or 01252 645110 
and we will assess the training needs of your pet. 
Or Book Online 
"A one hour 1-2-1 with Kay has been a life-changing experience. Within 20 minutes we had Blue walking to heel on a loose lead without the aid of treats". 
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