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Training a dog to adapt to wearing collars and leashes should be carried out at an early age.
Choose a light and soft leather collar, let it look and smell, and then wear it while fondling its neck; you can also put the collar around its neck unknowingly when feeding or playing games. In this way, it will forget the existence of the collar because of eating or playing; there is a collar that can put the dog's head and front legs separately, which makes it easier for it to accept and set it more firmly.
If your dog is flustered after putting on the collar or wants to scratch the collar with his front paws, help him untie it first, rest for a while before repeating the exercise.
When he is used to the collar, he can attach the leash to the collar and take your dog for a walk. When a dog is walking in a happy mood, it can distract attention from the leash; if it struggles hard, you can walk in the direction of its willing; when it bites the leash, don't pull it hard. Otherwise, it will make more noise. You can play with it or lead it to the food bowl to make it forget the belt.