Patience and excess are required
There are several positive and beneficial ways your dog can learn to walk on a belt. For all these companies, they all need consistency and profitability. Don’t expect the problem to be solved in a few days, but be patient and arm yourself to see how dog training bears fruit for you and your dog.
Most importantly, the dog understands that it only stood up on a loose belt. Below you will find two different ways you can use to train your dog.
Method 1: Stop and stand still
This method uses repeated stop and stand techniques until the dog no longer pulls. The moment the dog pulled the belt, he stopped to stand. This will allow you to do so until the belt relaxes again and the dog steps back or turns towards you.
When the belt is turned back on, you and your dog can continue walking. It can happen and you wait a long time to get the dog’s attention, but the wait will pay off. You must repeat the stop and stand technique until the dog no longer pulls the belt on foot.
Dogs will no longer see it as an advantage because it does not move forward. On the other hand, it will see an advantage in walking well, as it will be allowed to sniff and explore.
Method 2: Change direction
The technique of changing direction is not to pull the dog again when it pulls, but to change the direction of walking. When your dog pulls you down, turn around immediately, and walk in the other direction, let the dog walk together without dragging the dog off the belt.
Dogs find it hard to pull away, taste good and irritate. So it will eventually start positioning itself where you are and staying nearby.
The technique here is similar to the last one because the dog does not see an advantage when pulling because it is then blocked from exploring. Instead, it will see the advantage of keeping its focus on itself, rather than pulling as it then advances.