Hi all! It's been a looong time since I posted on here and Richo our spoodle is now 18 months old and has been busy learning to be friends with our 6 month old daughter! I have two or three things I want to ask but I'll split them up over different threads... ________________________________ This one is in regards to walking and heeling... When he was younger we worked through pulling on walks by using the old 'I stop when you pull, I walk when you don't pull' technique. It kind of worked, however it seems he taught himself (or I inadvertently taught him) to simply stop and sit when I stop (which is great for traffic lights/crossings etc!) but it means that the stopping cue does not stop him pulling, it simply stops him walking - and he pulls again as soon as we start moving. Any advice on what I can try now to stop the pulling and have him walk nicely by my side instead of leading me along? It's worth noting that the pulling is not horrible - I am not being dragged along and he is not choking himself - however he is certainly using all the leash he can and often weaves side-to-side etc. We would like him walking nicely/calmly alongside to us on a loose lead. Thanks!