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Top Tip--Learning to love the dog lead.
A dog and a lead are looked upon as a natural combination. In fact the opposite is true. To a puppy being tethered in any way is a completely unnatural act.
The first time you attach a collar and dog lead to her it's almost certain that the reaction will be one of fear. And often panic. So, let's devise a more subtle way of doing things.
Buy a very soft collar that is the right fit for your puppy. Make sure you can slip two fingers beneath it. Just before you feed her slip on the dog collar. The collar will be completely forgotten at the smell and appearance of her dinner. Remove it straight after the meal, and praise her. Repeat, and gradually lengthen the time that her collar is on.
Now for a game. Attach a piece of wool, cotton or string to the collar, about the length of a dog lead. Roll a ball or toy, and let her chase after it. Pick up the end of the cotton, without it becoming taut, and follow her around. Repeat this several times over the next few days.
Finally, attach the lead you intend to train her with, to the collar at dinner time. Call her to the meal, allowing the dog lead to drag behind her. Remove after the meal. Repeat several times. Then, call her for her dinner, but this time pick up the lead, take up some of the tension and follow her to the bowl. Repeat regularly.
Through the association of nice things, food and play, your puppy will be well on her way to learning how to love her lead.
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