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hard to chase ducks squirrels if he’s got a new job his new job is to pay attention to me it will absolutely solve your pulling problem am i walking him or is he walking me no we’re going to fix this in literally 10 minutes [Music] hey folks welcome back to another episode of adventures and dog training with american standard dog training and american overwatch k9 services this is thanos eight-month-old kane corso here for a puppy board and train program he’s about 80 85 pounds very strong we’ve been real easy on him but today is the day where he’s going to learn how to walk much better on a leash because he pulls really bad and he’s just he’s on a mission to do whatever it is he thinks he wants to do but it’s time to tighten them up so we can get him uh on the track or on the path to success now he is hooked up to a herm springer prong collar but just hooking a dog up to a prong collar doesn’t always just solve your issue see how far out on the line he is you got to ask yourself am i walking him or is he walking me right now the prong collar is getting rid of a little bit of the pulling but he’s still pulling he’s still way out front doing whatever it is he thinks he wants to do he’s not being horrible but this is far from what we would call loose leash walking because there’s nothing loose about it if i give him more line he takes more line so there’s three ways to fix this the first one is going to be what we call a corrective u-turn and the way it’s going to happen is he’s going to be doing whatever it is he thinks he’s doing pulling like a sled dog he’s going to receive a pop on the prong collar he’s going to turn to see what caused that he’s going to see me already walking that way meaning he must turn and look and see me already turning already looking the other way so the way the correction is going to be delivered is like a stealthy ninja i’m going to put on my little ninja hat or i guess it would be a ninja bandana and i’m going to very quietly very stealthily turn and go the other way as i turn and go the other way the correction is delivered right at that moment he may yelp and that’s par for the course it’s kind of like stubbing his toe you didn’t really stub your toe unless you went ah god dang so watch the timing on this i’m holding him back because the minute i let him go and he gets out front three four five six feet out in front as his momentum’s taking him forward i’m simply going to turn and go this way okay so it’s more technique and timing than it is uh power but you do need have a little bit of oomph behind it and i can’t stress this enough you are not pulling the dog to catch up to you you’re simply popping it popping the leash it should look like this all right boom so the line must be slack before you pop it meaning if i let them get all the way out front and the line is tight i cannot pop the line i can only simply pull him back pulling him pulling him pulling him that didn’t teach him a lesson it’s right back doing whatever it is he wants to do i’ll show you how you can ease him into it and that’s going to be give them a little bit of pop like this and and let them know hey if you come to me when you feel a pop and you come to me you’ll get paid it’s it’s kind of a way you’d have to do a ton of reps of that so we’ll do another one yes you can ease him into it so in a sense we’re priming him for about what’s to come but it’s still not quite corrective that’s not correcting him that’s just a little tap on the shoulder saying hey hey when you feel this if you come to me there’s food good boy yes so it’s another reward type u-turn there there’s corrective u-turns and reward u-turns if you hang out next to me you get paid yes it helps if the dog’s hungry helps if you have high value treats this is just kibble yes but he’s pretty food motivated dog so i’m showing him right now the positive way hey if you hang here yes good things are happening but eventually down the road i don’t want to have to have treats on me just to go for a walk yes again i’m easing him into it but eventually we’re going to give him what we would call the hammer stroke good boy still taking food still happy to be here on a scale of one to ten [Applause] it’s about a five we didn’t get a yelp out of them typically i like to get a little hey that means message was delivered good boy but you’re gonna see a major change uh in him getting out in front and the next one or two u-turn corrections if he if he peaks me with the corner of his eye we we do not do the u-turn i do not want to correct him for looking at me even if it’s with the corner of his eye i do not look back to see what his behavior is at that point good boy because if i’m looking back at him he’s going to feel a correction he turns to see what the hell caused it i don’t want to be standing here looking at him i just want him to in his mind go ow that hurt what was it oh man the guy’s walking the other way i better pay attention to this guy who’s holding the leash because he’s likely to turn it’s in my best interest to pay attention to him a reward u-turn proven his theory correct if you hang next to me or even slightly behind me you may see me turn and if you see me turn and you turn with me a no corrections given b you might even get paid so that’s typically what happens after you give two or three of those well timed you’ll find the dog starts to walk either behind you or way back at least next to you because they want to see what you’re up to it’s not about the quantity of reps on this it’s the it’s the quality here comes another one this one’s going to be a little more significant come on and the reason is i need him tight with me i know that hurts from your feelings at home trust me when i tell you this big boy will survive i’d rather do it quick like band-aid and get it over with then be out here doing 100 u-turns good boy you’ll see him checking in a lot more with me now keeping me not just in the corner of his eye but very much paying attention to what i’m doing is it perfected right now no good boy but he’s definitely paying more attention to me now than he was when we started this but that’s the difference on the walk i think we did three u-turn corrections the first two were pretty mild and then that last one was pretty significant is it fixed no but it is night and day difference you could you could bring a dog out i don’t care how old it is but let’s say it’s a five-year-old dog it’s been pulling its entire life you hammer out anywhere from three to four five at the most perfectly timed u-turn corrections it will absolutely solve your pulling problem look at the difference here good boy he’s not shut down he’s still taking food he’s still happy to be here but there’s a different feel on the walk now and long story short we went from him doing whatever it is he wants to do to giving him a job when they stop being way out front but start doing this where they’re kind of starting to creep out front you’re going to do what we call a sudden stop correction good boy there’s an imaginary line where my toes are see how his toes pass that line if i stop and he doesn’t see me stop i become a tree imagine i’m hooked he’s hooked up to a tree if he keeps going the line gets tight ouch so he goes ouch what caused that oh man dodo head stopped it’s probably in my best interest to pay attention to this guy because not only does he suddenly u-turn but sometimes he suddenly stops and it’s very hard to predict the sudden stop pretty easy to kind of corner eye and see the u-turn coming impossible to see the sudden stop unless you’re right next to me or slightly behind me let’s see how he does on the next sudden stop again if he’s in the sweet spot he gets paid yeah he’s not super hungry normally we’d be feeding him a little later than this but how are you good boy all right here comes another sudden stop when he finishes eating that piece look at the difference if the dog is that far out front that’s not sudden stop territory that’s a u-turn why the u-turn it’s the most clear uh picture painted ouch that hurt what caused it i’m walking this way should have paid attention should it turn we’re teaching the dog his new job out here is to pay attention to me hard to chase ducks squirrels attack other dogs or whatever it is your dog is into if he’s got a new job and that job is to pay attention to the guy or gal holding the leash that’s it make them very good at that job if they’re putting 90 95 or 100 of their bandwidth towards paying attention to you looking at you making sure they’re staying next to you very hard to do any other job but that all right if you’re juggling something how can you make a ham and cheese sandwich this can’t happen all right here we go you ready bubba yes eel see how he does good boy we’ll clean that up so he doesn’t kick out or go much further than that but man i’m happy with that for right now and yeah you may argue oh he’s tired that’s why he’s not pulling yeah that’s a little bit of it but what have we been out here 10 minutes 12 minutes it’s overcast that has a little to do with it and you can use that to your advantage but i’ve done this in the middle of winter with a dog that’s far from tired would we call this healing no this is though loose leash walking when we were going that way just 10 so minutes ago right here remember what that line looked like so here we go we’re going to walk through a new and improved way three u-turn corrections and one sudden stop correction good boy and yeah i’ll hand it to you he’s tired he wants to go back home air conditioning water but i’m not pulling anymore if i want to motivate them i can use food to motivate them there’s that motivation so when should you turn corrective you turn your dog when they’re out front like that again i can’t stress you enough you’re not pulling the dog the line must be loose before you pop it if the line is already tight then you miss your opportunity to do it in a timely manner or you actually have to sneak forward a little bit put a little bit of slack in the line and take that slack away do not do not u-turn and stare back at your dog if you saw mine it’s a u-turn i’m not even looking back to see what happened i can feel on the line what happened so the no pull on the leash casserole third and final ingredient once you’ve put in the two big main ingredients corrective u-turns correctively sudden stops is the little tap if he were to target lock if he were to do something he’s not supposed to do before he even thinks about doing something silly i’ll give a little pop on the leash what does that pop look like it’s as if you’re holding a hammer in your hand and nailing a nail into a wall somewhere here somewhere in this range anywhere from a one to a ten you shouldn’t be doing tens per se for a reminder the reminders are like a one two or three depending on the dog and that’s it those little reminders will get him if he’s thinking about being that inch two three four inches out front little reminder tap my friend you must stay behind the imaginary line so again reminder taps you’re here sudden stops are in this territory u-turns happen in this territory if the line is this tight you’re done goofed up already close the gap before you take it away and that’s the secret sauce my friends good boy buddy good boy still happy to be here still my friend and we’re gonna like i said we’re gonna make it even more pretty more fancy bring him into a heel but i don’t want to heal right now i don’t want him to heal around the whole neighborhood that’s silly but i do want to go for a walk like this which turns into that at some point next step would be to pair what we’ve done with the sudden stops and the u-turns and the reminders pair that classically conditioned the same concept with an e-collar and that’s how you can get a dog to walk off leash i mean with the dog sucked into you like this boy i hope you guys liked the video post in the comments below if you didn’t like what i did call 1-800 peta that’s how it’s done folks i’m not trying to play some bs like uh zach george does and six weeks later the dog’s still pulling as bad if not worse than when the day we started no we’re gonna fix this in literally five ten fifteen minutes and then we’re gonna have a wonderful time doing anything other than teaching him how to walk now i enjoy walking this dog as of right now before his pain in the butt but we let it ride for a few days just because i don’t want him to come right to our program and just get hammered day one he didn’t need that and so here we are good boy huh like share subscribe see on the next video let’s go bubba good boy [Music] …

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