My neighbor has an adorable dog, Jive. Jive zooms around our yard, or wherever he is, when she wants to put his leash on him to take him home. Jive is incredibley fast runner, takes her about 20 minutes on average to corral him and get his leash on. (Jive knows what she wants, and ducks his head away if she attempts to grab his collar.) It utrns into big game of chase. JIve loves this game. JIve also has no recall whatsoever, i've got threads on that recall. Jive won't be lured by any treat or toy to get near that leash... Any tips? Besides the recall training, I offered to help her teach Jive the leash is a good thing. Here's my plan, but i've never had this problem, so i wanna hear from anybody with ideas!! I told her i'd start with a brand new leash. In the house, put it on him, give him treats PRAISE, and play with him, and take it off after 5 minutes. I'd do this several times a day, every day, lengthening the on leash time, so he thinks "This leash is best part of my day!" I'd then put him outside in fenced yard, and lure him with treats, put leash on for 5 mnutes, take it off, lengthening the time the leash is on, and while it is on, tons of praise, treats, playtimes. What do you think so far? Or should we use a long rope to keep him somewhat corralled? What should we do if JIve won't come over when he sees the leash? This run-from-the- leash is pretty ingrained in him, even if we get his recall going, the sight of the leash sets him running. HELP!?