Tulsa Dog Training Jamie 6 Month Catahoula

www.TipTopK9.com Jamie 6 month Catahoula.
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Fitting an Easy Walk dog harness correctly keeps a dog from pulling on the leash. Fit an Easy Walk dog harness with tips from a dog trainer in this free pet …
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18 Responses to Tulsa Dog Training Jamie 6 Month Catahoula

  • Tina Sanchez says:

    I love this video. I am a Catahoula Breeder & would love some tips because
    you train them great!!!

  • Amelia Westgarth says:

    Good clip!
    I’ll tell you some good ideas, tips, and advice to help you turn your puppy
    into the best behaved, most happy, running, jumping, slipper-fetching best
    pal you always wanted

  • Irish Saddlebred says:

    I did it wrong with my knock off harness, I didn’t know I had to clip it to
    the collar.

  • Msgreentea81 says:

    thanks for the tips, but cannot see what ur doing cuz of the subtitles
    covering the whole screen

  • Patrice Hairweaving Price says:

    Omg i have been putting it on backwards… But it really works…my pit i
    walkable now!

  • 14Raine14 says:

    @fady1908 Bite him back.

  • SpriteTechs says:

    wat kinda dog is that

  • Corey says:


  • Sandra Ahlström says:

    Iam pregnant and have a hurting back right now, so I gonna buy one for the
    youngest dog who can pull sometimes when he´s gonna pee and will pull over
    to the other side…

  • NatashaHope17 says:

    Nice idea on doubling the collar/harness hoop.

  • MsLabMom says:

    @StarkidWorkingDog Traditional harnesses can actually encourage dogs to
    pull harder because of the “opposition reflex.” That’s the reflex that
    makes sled dogs do what they do. The Easy Walk Harness’ unique front-chest
    leash attachment stops pulling by tightening slightly across your dog’s
    chest and shoulder blades. The gentle pressure steers your dog to the side
    and redirecting his attention back towards you.

  • ConiferTreez says:

    Collars don’t damage the trachea unless they are extremely low on the neck.
    A dog’s neck is the strongest, most resilient part of it’s body. Harnesses
    are cruel, as a dog’s underarms are the most sensitive area on it’s body.

  • aluna86jh says:

    I just bought this for my dog and I didn’t realize that I could hook the
    two for even better results. Thank you!

  • SmoothChino says:

    ok, what’s the point of the harness if you are going to use both the collar
    and harness? That’s not accurate, the point of the harness is to have less
    danger of your dog getting chocked and less injury due to pulling against
    the collar. >>

  • teaellen2005 says:

    @chichirinuriko20 yes, there are harnesses like that for a cat. I think
    that it is made by Holti and it is the Halti harness (not the head collar).
    I could be mistaken about the name but just google cat harnesses or no pull
    harnesses for cats.

  • Leslie Mac says:

    If you don’t have the straps tightened, that back strap will slip right
    over the dog’s head and he will step right out of that harness. This
    happened to my greyhound.

  • gardenwife says:

    It’s a Rhodesian Ridgeback.

  • TheMightyBastard says:

    Can anyone help me? I got a husky and I’m dying to know how to train him to
    pull with a skateboard.. I already got a harness but he just walks and
    waits for me to be near him..


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