Here`s another great article:
My Aussie has been acting out since he's a teenager.
Ex: Biting on leash, pulling
I'm implementing a tactic I saw on Youtube where I hold the leash tight and I won't move until he releases the leash tension or I take two steps back.
I'm working on it in the house now because I use to let him run around the house.
Am I being too strict? The reason I started this was because I became really frustrated during our walks. I don't want him to have pent up anger because his freedom is gone away.
Thank you! 🙂
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