# dog behavior

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During a controlled walking exercise, how can you keep a dog from pulling on the leash?

A. Wait until the leash just gets taut and then gently pull the dog back to you.
B. Use a shorter leash for this exercise.

C. Just before it gets taut, give the leash a quick snap and immediately release it.

D. Walk more quickly to put slack back into the leash.

I picked C

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If you want to have the dog associate nonverbal command with pulling, it needs to be associated with that act. A seems to be the best answer.

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