Picture this: You’re on your way home from work, and you see a dog running down the street, zig-zagging through traffic. Your heart skips a beat. You have to save it! Your instinct is to pull over and run after it.
You try everything you think will attract the dog to you, like making kissing noises, whistling, or talking in your baby voice. That’s what all of us would immediately think to do! How often has this worked for you, though? Think about it.
The more you chase a dog, the more likely they are to run away from you! A dog sees running as a signal that it’s time to play. The more you chase a dog, the more likely they are to run away from you. Here are some tips on how to wrangle a dog on the loose!