The Leash Is Your Tool

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In this video, you are going to learn the importance of the leash. The leash is your tool.

Think of it like this, if the leash is off, then the dog knows it can do whatever they want. You’re in control when the leash is on, okay? 

For the training, it’s extremely important. I have a six-foot leash, the six-foot is better than the four-foot leash. At the training, you have control. You have control of what you’re doing and what you want the dog to do. Whatever you’re thinking and feeling goes through you, through the leash, and to the dogs.

Dogs have a sixth sense, they know exactly what’s going on, and they can feel your energy in one split second. For example, if as soon as you open up your front door [for someone], if that person is not a good person, that dog knows whether that person is good or bad.

If the person is 10 to 20 feet away, then they know.  They just have that sixth sense, which is absolutely amazing.

With the leash, as long as you have calm energy when you’re holding on to the leash and you’re not tight and like totally freak out.. because of whatever situation is that’s going on, then your dog is going to be calm because they can feel your energy.. so you are in control.

It sounds funny but the leash can also be used for housebreaking a puppy, so that puppy is not peeing and pooping all over your house, then keeping the dog on a watch on the leash inside the house. They can’t go and sneak off and have an accident or chew on something, then you’re in control.

The leash is extremely important. It is not a bad thing, don’t see it as a negative because YOU are creating that bond with your dog. They don’t mind being with you and you’re saving your things in your house and not having to clean up the messes. So the leash is your tool. Thank you very much. See you soon!

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