Our dogs are Rena, 4, and Marty, 16 months. They are Miniature Pinschers, black and tan. Rena is a re-home from a breeder's kennel (breeder only allows 2 litters before retiring her bitches, having them spayed and re-homed - Rena was a NZ Champion). Rena freaked out when she came to live with us, having lost her 'pack'. Marty was from a breeder who has become a bit too old to care for his dogs as well as he has in the past. He (Marty) was a runt and very shy so missed out on a lot of the food thrown in for all 14 dogs to help themselves to. When we got him he was very thin and weak, he hadn't been house-trained, had never been on a lead, was afraid to eat and didn't know how to eat some foods,had no idea about steps, and we thought he might not live. They are now both fantastic little dogs, eat well and thrive on their Raw Diet. BUT! Rena hates being on a lead! Puts her tail stub down, her bat-ears back, whimpers and whines , and pulls the lead as hard as she can - reckon if I hitched her to a sled she would do very well. I'd really like some help with this wee whinger. I've tried treats, praise, and everything else I can think of. Marty is doing brilliantly and trots along with head up, tail up, ears up and bright eyes watching everything. But Rena slinks sulkily along, pulling as hard as she can.