Stop Leash Pulling

LEARN TO HEEL 

Includes a free Gentle Leader and Leash!

NO MORE PULLING IN ABOUT AN HOUR

It only takes about one short hour to stop leash pulling and begin to restructure your pack order.  I will teach you how to train your dog to a psychological heel. This is different than teaching your dog to just walk next to you without pulling on the leash. Of course your dog will no longer pull on the leash once you train him to a psychological heel. This training will teach your dog to pay attention to you. It will teach him to begin to defer to you as the pack leader. It will also teach you and your family members how to “psychologically heel” your dog. I will explain some pack mentality and some of the basics of dog psychology. You will be able to proudly walk with your dog without him pulling.I Train your dog then teach you.

I developed this powerful behavior modification tool.

Only a psychological heel will give you and your dog the benefits of:

       * Building owner confidence                          * Increasing the dogs trust in the owner

                              * Repairing the human/dog bond                   * Clarifying communication between dog   and owner

                             * Begin to restructure the pack                       * Give the leash handler better control over the dog.

                   * Lower the dogs cortisol level and allow him to think instead of react

 It teaches the dog to focus on the leash handler using language the dog understands and the leash handler can master quickly usually in about an hour.

YOU DON’T NEED TO SPEND WEEKS IN A DOG TRAINING GROUP CLASS

  • Your dog pulls on the leash.

  • Your dog is hard to control on the leash.

  • Your dog lags behind and won’t keep up.

  • Your dog walk in front but doesn’t pull on the leash.

  • Your dog has other behavior problems at home or in public.

  • Your dog gets excited when he sees interesting things and tries to jerk away from you.

  • Your dog lunges while on leash so that he can investigate things.

  • You want a well behaved dog in public.

  • You want people to complement you on how nice your dogs walks on a leash.