I dont really remembber everything that happened in this thread, but if it was me then i am so sorry, taking over would never be my intention.
It's okay. It's just that I feel like if I was Perry then I would have my feelings hurt. Plus Perry is only 10 so I think we should give her a break. She has learned a lot about dogs and just wants to share her knowledge with us to help us.
I have one adorable cockapoo named Kansas. Attachment 71578
She has a habit of pulling on the leash a lot. Perry, do you have any ideas?
Sure! You can practice in the house first. You put Kansas on a leash in the house or the yard. Hold the leash close to your body so you don't let Kansas go wherever she wants. Get a treat and show it to her (but don't let her eat it!). When she puts slack in the leash and looks at you say "Good" and let her have the treat. Walk one or two steps in any direction but not towards Kansas. If there is tension in the leash stand still or change direction. Don't walk the direction your dog is going if the leash is tight! Every time there is slack in the leash say "Good" and give Kansas a treat. Repeat this several times then stop and have a game. Be generous with the treats at first-it's a difficult practice! I hope I helped you!