Doing quick sessions at first offers more benefits than starting with a long walk, especially for puppies and easily distracted dogs.

We have found that dogs do best with a gradual approach of giving them guidance with the harness and then time to rest after they respond. Every time you move your leash, your dog feels the harness. A short pause after your dog responds helps him understand that he responded well. Repetition and consistency develops body cues when only slight movement of your leash is needed for a good response.

Also, using different leash methods distributes the affect on your dog’s sense of touch.

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My golden is four and weighs 110 lbs. I bought this harness3 years ago and never used it. He was used to being off lease until we moved to Tucson. When I put on his lease,he always pulled me and I hated taking him for walks. It was a real struggle. So I decided to try the harness, thinking it wi...

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