Many people look forward to coming home from a tough day and going for a walk with their dog in their Trout Valley neighborhood. For some that walk is anything but fun. If you are one of those dog handlers whose left arm feels longer than the right one because your dog keeps jerking when you have them on a leash you need a new communication system with your pet. You need to let them know this is not appropriate behavior.
Strangers, other dogs, vehicles and rabbits can bring bad reaction from your walking partner. With the correct use of your collar and leash you can teach your dog to walk on a slack leash and have him stay at your side as you walk down your Trout Valley street.
All dog training done at Rock’s uses the loose format in a humane way. Within minutes your pet will be walking in the heel position and you will enjoy your time together.