• For those of you who own dogs, how can I train an adult to walk on a leash?
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    For those of you who own dogs, how can I train an adult to walk on a leash?

    Silly question but the pet thread inspired me to ask since I know dog owners are here.

    My younger dog does not know how to walk on a leash. He just pulls like mad and is all muscle, weighing about 95 pounds. When I take him out, he will stay by me in the backyard which is great but I would like to be able to take him to a park and go for walks with him.

    I have tried at least 5 different harnesses that are designed to prevent a dog from pulling. I even tried one of those spike collars to train him and it just doesn't phase him.

    Is there something worth trying? He is 5 years old and still full of energy.

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    You should really rethink this thread title, lol. Came here expecting some tips on how to operate my sex dungeon more efficiently.

    Anyway, in my experience some dogs cannot be taught to walk properly. We had a pug with zero training who always walked like an angel. Then we got a Borkie (Beagle/Yorkie) who will choke himself out. He blacks out, wakes up, then resumes pulling. My current dog is between the two but is still a puppy. She responds to some training and treats but when she sees another dog or gets spooked, her brain turns off and all her training and obedience classes don't matter one bit. She has also begun pulling but thankfully I pull harder so I think I'm slowly training that out of her. The problem is that my wife is half my size (what a twink) and can't enforce my no-pulling policy. She walks the dog in the morning and while I'm at work, so it un-trains her.

    I've given up and have no hopeful advice for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    You should really rethink this thread title, lol. Came here expecting some tips on how to operate my sex dungeon more efficiently.

    Anyway, in my experience some dogs cannot be taught to walk properly. We had a pug with zero training who always walked like an angel. Then we got a Borkie (Beagle/Yorkie) who will choke himself out. He blacks out, wakes up, then resumes pulling. My current dog is between the two but is still a puppy. She responds to some training and treats but when she sees another dog or gets spooked, her brain turns off and all her training and obedience classes don't matter one bit. She has also begun pulling but thankfully I pull harder so I think I'm slowly training that out of her. The problem is that my wife is half my size (what a twink) and can't enforce my no-pulling policy. She walks the dog in the morning and while I'm at work, so it un-trains her.

    I've given up and have no hopeful advice for you.
    I didn't even realize the title came off that way LOL!

    A dog my family had when I was growing up was horrible with walks but he eventually learned when he was older and walked so well, it was like walking a kitten. He was a good 130 pounds and I could walk him on my pinky finger. I even trained him to stop and sit before we crossed the roads.

    I feel like maybe you are right. Some dogs just don't want to be trained to do it. I am sure if I invested like $3000 into training, he'd be walking better but it is not worth it. It is almost easier to just get another dog. lol (NOT to replace him mind you, I have a horrible habit with words and you have noticed)

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