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Kimberly Buchanan
Keymaster

    Not *always* – haha! BUT, there are times in vehicles that are somewhat unique where you are in tight spaces where NOT being in the middle is helpful. Other times, keeping the leash short is helpul. Dog is chasing odor, gets distracted, wants to range too far, etc. You can use body pressure to keep the dog detailing ON the vehicle but having a shorter leash can also help. It really does depend on what your dog is doing and what the vehicle configuration is. If you watch the video of the parallel cars with Tina & Skye, she does a really beautiful job of paying out the line and not getting stuck with the dog. 🙂

    Kimberly Buchanan
    Joyride K9 Dog Training