Dog handling tipJoeThatDogGuyAdjust content blockingContent Blocking nextrandomComment Prev Next Your browser does not support the video tag. So this is a little niche, pretty much just if you're working in the rescue or boarding world, but I figured I'd show you guys anyway in case some of you are interested. Pretty sure this technique is called the figure 8. Idk, I learned it at a seminar a while back. Its super helpful when dealing with resource guarders or otherwise trouble dogs that dont like you in their kennel or grabbing their collar. It involves 2 leashes, a regular lead and a slip lead. As shown in the second clip, clip the regular leash to the ring of the slip lead, then just slip the loop of the slip lead over the dogs head. Its then crucial that you leave the regular leash slacked, you'll be controlling the dog with the slip lead. Once they're ready to go back into the kennel, lead them in by the slip lead. Once in, just pull on the regular leash and let the slip lead go. It will slip right off and you can pull it through the kennel door. I left the sound on in the first clip because you can hear Duke growl at me. If I had reached in there to unhook my leash, I would have gotten bit. Hope this was helpful to a few and interesting for the rest.Your browser does not support the video tag.next +326 -Favorite +Favorite Unsub from JoeThatDogGuy Subscribe to JoeThatDogGuy Unblock User's Content Block User's Content Want FJ to keep running? Please support it via Patreon: Receive hats, username change ability, no ads, colored text, and more.