Helping out German Shepherd Rescue Cyprus – GSDRC with the two finger dog walking
Last weekend we visited German Shepherd Rescue Cyprus – GSDRC again and spent some time walking and training a few of their dogs. This is what we call a two finger walk, meaning you shouldn’t need more than two fingers to hold the leash during the walk.
When we walk our dogs we want to avoid losing control over them. We often see dogs controlling the pace and usually give their owners a hard time holding on. Walking should be peaceful for both dogs and humans.
There are no excuses for pulling behaviour. The dog in this video is a rescue, living in a kennel and was super excited to get out for a longer walk, yet the walk is calm and the pulling is minimal.
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