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Walking a Dog

WALKING YOUR DOG

When walking your dog in public it is important to think of others around you.

A very well trained will walk at the 'heel' position and obey commands when told. This pet will rarely cause any disturbance in public.

A younger dog may perhaps become excited seeing other humans and dogs, and virtually difficult to manage.

Dogs that need training when walking are best controlled with holter collars compared to ring-chain collars. Holters are strapped over the head and muzzle of the dog and when pulled by the owner to control results I the dog's immediate attention.

Ring-chain collars when pulled abruptly can severely restrict air flow to the dog.

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