When you’re doing something that is out of your comfort zone, you need to remember that you’re doing it for the right reasons and for the sake of others.
Walk your dogs when the dogs are calm and relaxed. Don’t be distracted by the surroundings.
When they are on a leash, put them on one of the lead and walk to the right side of the group. If your dog is the lead dog, he/she will usually run ahead of you and try to follow you, and if there is any other dog, he/she will likely back out when you try to pass them.
If you can’t keep a lead dog ahead of you on the way, walk with the lead dog until you are about 3 to 4 yards away from your dogs.
If your dog is too slow or too nervous (e.g., because he’s got something on his mind), back up and walk with the other dog.
If the two of you cannot keep up, walk with the lead dog for as long as you can stand it. Try again a few seconds later. You are both probably stronger and more experienced.
When you get to where you are walking, turn your back and take some deep, slow breaths.
Remember that you’re in the dog parks. These are your dog spaces. In the vast majority of parks, that means the back of the house or backyard area. The point I want you to make, which is very important for a successful walk, is that while all park dogs are friendly, not every dog has the ability to be “dog personified”. If you are looking at a puppy in a kennel and your pet is too nervous, scared, or anxious to try to follow you, don’t force the puppy to stick to your lead dog.
If a dog can be personified, then he/she can be your friend.
If you’re working together, don’t be afraid to bring any extra supplies, toys, food, water containers, etc. Your walk is your time to make lasting memories. You may bring all sorts of small activities and adventures. Don’t hold anything back and don’t be afraid to give a dog more opportunities to discover and perform.
The key piece of advice this post offers can be summed up in this one phrase:
“Keep it short!”
Most dogs are so fearful that you can almost hear a pin drop! When you stop your walk
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