With the arrival of spring, nothing beats an early morning stroll with your four-legged companion. Walking is not only good exercise and a great stress reliever, it’s also an excellent way to develop and maintain a bond with your dog.
But what if your dog pays more attention to the environment than he does to you? Is his nose continually on the ground searching for interesting scents? Is he constantly on high alert, looking for that dangerous squirrel or pesky rabbit to chase? Is he obsessed with finding pine cones to eat or sticks to chew? Does your dog pull towards people or dogs you pass?
What can you do to make walking (your dog) great again?