Does your dog pull on the lead? Do you feel like your arms are about to leave their sockets? Bad back? Bad shoulder? Dog choking? Tried EVERYTHING?
In this weeks exclusive podcast, Karen reveals her original, simple and fully tried and tested method to stop those lead problems once and for all. It really works. For listeners, Karen’s advice to Jon during this podcast has led to him commenting “the lead training tips worked within TWO days. The pups are awesome on the lead now.”
Listen to the WildPaw podcast, with dog expert Karen Wild and Jon Buscall, here:
Want to read more? Want to try it for yourself in more detail?
Karen has produced a mini e-book available here:
Her methods characterise the practical, no-nonsense and fastest ways to help counter those everyday dog problems. No hefty training regime and no elitist terminology, Karen spends every day teaching families and dogs how to work together and this mini-book personifies that approach. Start helping yourself and your dog to a better walk, today! Go to e-book to find out more
Here is one of Karen’s clients telling us about her experiences;
Walking with my girls used to be the best part about being a dog owner, but after some bad experiences for both me and my dogs things started to get a bit more difficult, and something that once was a joy, soon turned into a nightmare, and after some misguided training tips things just got worse. Until I got pointed in the direction of Karen, I had almost lost hope. And even after our first session she helped build my confidence and helped make it all seam a lot less overwhelming, and helped me see I needed to start with the basics and build up to the more tricky things. So we started working on getting Garbo to walk nicely without dragging me everywhere. And it’s been amazing how quickly we’ve managed to get her walking along nicely next to me. In such a simple way, but getting her to keep her focus on me, and my feet. As you can see in the little video I took. So when I change speed or stop she’s still right there next to me. And we’re now ready to calmly take the next step in our road to happy walks, and not get rudely dragged into more trouble.