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Please Share This Page: Photo © Eric Isselée – fotolia.com This incredible video by Training Positive showcases the importance of teaching your dog to stop pulling, especially during your walks outside. Dogs tend to lose focus and the next thing you know, they are pulling like mad again. This video will help you train your …

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