Do you have a Beagle? If not, you should start working on walking your Beagle. It might seem like a simple task, but you should know that this breed is powerful when it follows its nose. If you try to walk a Beagle and it pulls on the leash, you will quickly realize how frustrating it can be for both you and your dog. You can train your Beagle to focus on you by working on eye contact and Drop.
First of all, make sure your Beagle enjoys being outdoors. Beagles love sniffing and exploring, and they will spend their time exploring. They are also known for their stubbornness, so be prepared for your Beagle to buck you when he doesn’t listen to your directions. Instead, try to make your walk as interesting as possible for both you and your Beagle. Be prepared to give up on planned walks if your dog is not responsive to your commands.
Walking a Beagle daily can be a stressful and physically demanding task. If your Beagle has trouble walking regularly, he is likely to develop joint problems. Moreover, long walks before he’s ready may cause extra stress on his circulatory and cardiovascular systems. Therefore, you should start slowly and build up your walks with your Beagle. Do not force your Beagle to walk regularly for the first month, as this might lead to joint problems.