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I have a 5 month old Brittany. During training sessions, he is a great listener and very attentive. Outside of training sessions, he doesn't always follow commands.
For example, when I need him to go in his crate because I am leaving, he sometimes just lays very nicely in front of me and doesn't want to move. When we're out for a walk and he might pull to go sniff some roadkill in the street and refuses to move the direction I want him to go.
Should I just lure him or pick him up and move him? Will picking him up and moving him teach him to be scared of me? Is there a good way to handle these situations?
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