INU Posted September 11, 2003 Report Share Posted September 11, 2003 This is my first time owning a dog. I am reading books and learning how to train dogs. I have been walking my new Border Collie puppy and noticed how distracted she can get. Not to mention when cars drive by. She would sniff around, try to go everywhere which seems completely normal to me for a dog. But I have been told that You shouldn't be letting your dog does whatever she wants to do during a walk. Dogs are supposed to walk by your side, without getting so distracted. How do you train them to be that way? Is it okay to pull the leash when she does it? I keep telling her "good girl" when she is walking good. Any trick? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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