Learn how to cure leash aggression in dogs in this video tutorial. Training a dog who has leash aggression requires patience because in order to get the leash aggression to go away, you have to very slowly teach the dog a different behavior. This biggest mistake people make when trying to cure leash aggression in dogs is rushing the process and pushing the dog to the next step before they are ready. If you are training a dog with leash aggression it is critical that you do not use prong collars, choke chains, or shock collars as these devices can make the problem worse.
Curing leash aggression in dogs should be done completely force free and in a positive manner that actually address the underlying problem.
Watch this video to learn how to cure leash aggression in dogs and how to train a dog with leash aggression issues.
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