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Hi, everyone! So I've been walking with my 6 month old Samoyed carrying a hot dog…and he doesn't leave my side. I can tell he's slowly learning how to walk next to me (and to not run off sniffing EVERYTHING he can), and he is really good about not pulling ahead. His major thing is he wants to dart left and right to sniff…so I just keep him next to me with the hot dog, and correct him (with the leash) when he tries to go left or right/crossing in front of me. Then after he walks nicely for a bit, I say "go sniff" and he can explore for a bit to get his sniffing fix.
My question is this…how long will I have to walk with a hot dog for? Haha. I don't mind at all, but I just don't really understand how the transition from "walking for treats" to "walking to walk because this is what I know to do" happens.
Any education on how the transition off treats works, a timeline to expect, etc. would be much appreciated!
Puppy tax below 🙂
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