How We Put An End To Leash Pulling
No tip from friends, our vet, or YouTube videos worked, if anything it only made it worse.
Failing made us anxious and desperate and our dogs confused.
We needed to do the work ourselves but required guidance to show us the way.
Until one day, a dear friend told us about Adrienne Farricelli and how successful working with her to solve her puppy’s issues had been.
Then we found out she has an online dog training course available!
AND we decided to give it a try!
We quickly realized her training could be applied to pretty much any behavior issue, like barking, jumping, potty training, etc.
Best yet, all our dogs responded brilliantly to it, regardless of size, age, or personality.
How To Train Your Dog To Stop Pulling On Leash
It may sound like an impossible challenge to stop your dog from pulling on a leash. We thought so too.
But by doing it the way we learn with Adrienne’s training course, it’s actually simpler than it looks.
Just keep reading and decide for yourself!
How Can You Teach Your Dog ANYTHING!
To train your dog, you need to understand how his mind works, otherwise, you’ll fail.
Once you get the way he learns, you’ll be able to teach him just about anything.
Trainers charge a lot of money to tell you what to do but don’t do the work for you. This means that you’ll spend $50/hour, having the results depend solely on you.
We wanted to be able to learn how to train our dogs to do what we wanted (and what we didn’t want them to do) without breaking the bank.
It seemed like an impossible mission at first, but a friend that had gone through the same problem had the answer all along.
The Solution Is Simple: Get An Online Trainer
We did it and we highly recommend it!
It helps tremendously that Adrienne is a CPDT-KA certified dog trainer with over a decade of experience.
It has allowed her to study dogs, really understand them, and get to the bottom of their issues and behavior before creating the course.
It was like this online dog training course had been designed specifically with our dogs in mind.
We were afraid we wouldn’t be able to follow this course, but it’s actually divided into Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels.