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    Talking This Dog Used to Pull Like a Train, Look at Him Now

    When we got Lukey from Newfie Rescue about twelve weeks ago he used to pull, badly. Or if he was worried, he used to crawl.
    look at him now.........With his new little friend, who want to show him and is doing show training with him. A happy looking Lukey




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    He is one huge dog.

    Nice job on the loose lead walking. I still haven't got that going reliably with my dog. And all my own fault too.

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    I love my clicker
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    I hate the sound of the clicker. "yes" would probably do I suppose. It's all about being consistent. I really want to find a little musical chime that I can use like a clicker without the irritating sound.

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    Wow well done What a beautiful big dog!

    Johnny doesn't pull (well 90% of the time - if there is a cat he can't help himself). But Johnny is a Chihuahua so a bit easier to handle if he pulls!

    You must be so pleased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I hate the sound of the clicker. "yes" would probably do I suppose. It's all about being consistent. I really want to find a little musical chime that I can use like a clicker without the irritating sound.
    Use a whistle or something
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    Yes, it's the "or something". I'm avoiding using a whistle for dog training, because I use it for sport, ie umpiring and I think she'd get confused. I know there are different kinds of whistles but the dog whistles - I'm not so fond of the noise they make either.

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