Start by introducing your dog to the leash and collar gradually, allowing them to get used to the feel of it.
Practice walking your dog in a calm and controlled manner, using a consistent pace and keeping the leash loose.
Use treats or toys to reward good behavior, such as walking calmly on the leash or coming when called.
Teach your dog basic obedience commands, such as sit and stay, which will help you control them on the leash and prevent them from pulling or getting distracted.
Use a no-pull harness or head collar to prevent your dog from pulling on the leash. These devices provide more control and can help train your dog to walk calmly on the leash.
Practice walking your dog in different environments, such as on busy streets or in the park, to help them get used to different distractions and stimuli.
Gradually increase the duration and distance of your walks, but avoid overexerting your dog. Remember to provide plenty of water and rest breaks during longer walks.
Address any behavioral issues, such as fear or aggression, that may be affecting your dog's ability to walk on the leash. Seek professional help if needed.
Be patient and consistent with your training, as it may take time for your dog to learn how to walk on the leash
Remember to praise your dog for good behavior and enjoy your walks together. Leash training can be a fun bonding experience for you and your dog