He is training to be service animal for diabetes and yes, I already know its my fault, something I am doing wrong, he isnt first dog I have trained however first large breed, he is 1/2 poodle-standard, and 1/2 golden retriever, named bear, looks like abear, strong like a bear, he is one year old as of last aug.- ( my daughter had a pit/boxer 2 yrs old that pulled on her out of excitement but stopped doing that to me, he walked very nicely for me also till he saw her again then he wanted to run to her but still maintained somewhat,--- my dog either is still too young or something, he isnt dumb, he is too smart sometimes and Im not gonna call certifier again to hear its just me.
I am making him walk behind me and -oooh does he hate it, I have short leash and hold it behind me so he has to be in back, if he keeps pulling that head to one side or other, I stop,push it behind me,... he even tried putting and keeping his head between my legs, so I push him back again,- he just has to learn to trust me, he doesnt need to see everyone/everything first!-A set of blinders over his eyes probably would work best,LOL.
The more he tries to see around me, the slower I walk to keep his head behind, he is getting the idea that I just may be more stubborn than him,LOL.--The neighbor woman knows what I am trying ot do, she saw us and tried to hurry to the door but had ot get tings out of car first and she said "oh, poor bear, he just wants to see what going on." Then she laughed cause she is a horse trainer, she knows some animals are just stubborn.Answer Question
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