Are You Walking The Dog… Or Is Your Dog Walking You?
Here’s How “Attention-Control” Will Put You In Charge

Dear friend,

If you want to avoid running the risk of being dragged and breaking a bone when the dog charges 

(especially at smaller animals like squirrels, rabbits, cats, birds, or other dogs) … 

And, so you can begin enjoying fun and safe walks together, then this will be the best news you’ll hear all day.

Here’s what this is all about: 

My name is Chet Womach. 

I’ve been a professional dog trainer for over 13 years. 

And I help owners just like yourself overcome the obstacles to having the best walks with your dog. Including making sure you enjoy safe walks - where you’re never risking your health and body to pain or injury.

One of the most common problems I solve is the tugging and pulling issue. It's a bad habit dogs have that’s dangerous for the owner.

Not just that, but it makes walking anywhere a struggle! And that’s unfortunate because it doesn’t have to be that way.

In this letter, I’m going to share with you a simple yet powerful technique that will put you back in charge of your dog’s attention. So that when you’re walking together, your dog is focused on you, and doesn’t suddenly bolt forward and knock you off your feet.

And you’ll…

Be In Full Control Of Your Dog And Have Healthy, Relaxing Walks Together!

But first, let me share with you a quick but relevant story. 

It may help you out.

I recently helped a lady in her mid 50’s. She owns a huge 60-pound German Shepherd Dog named “Max.”

There were days she could stroll with Max to the park and have a good time. Because he’d be on his best behavior.

But the next day, it would all go to hell.

She told me she remembers being on the sidewalk for only two minutes and immediately feeling embarrassed and thinking, ‘Here we go again…’

They would fight every step of the way. Max would go left when she wanted to go right.

Max would suddenly start chasing smaller animals like a squirrel or rabbit that raced by – even if she was desperately trying to hold him back with all the strength she had.

(this is what "Attention Control" looks like)
It reached the point where it was Max that was walking her!

She was just one emotional hair-trigger away from saying, “This is the last time I take him out in public…”

Because the truth was simple:

Walking Max began to scare her.

She didn't want to get dragged around, or fall, or get seriously hurt. Because if Max suddenly lunged or leapt at something…her arm would be yanked fully extended,

and the lady would lose her balance. She could possibly trip and land on the ground hard. She may even break a bone.

And as painful and costly as it would be to overcome an injury like that… she’d also have nobody to take care of the dog.

Super FRUSTRATING, right? 

She couldn’t enjoy one of the most fun and loving activities of being a dog owner. 

No matter how much she wanted.

And it’s not like she didn’t try to improve the situation. She spent more than a thousand dollars working with different trainers. She bought many “obedience training” programs off the internet.

Yet nothing really worked.

Deep inside, she felt disappointed. Especially when seeing neighbors walk their own dogs early in the morning.

Fortunately, I’m The Kind Of Guy Who Believes There Is Always A Solution If You Look Hard Enough!

The technique I use to teach this is called “Attention Control.” And I’ll tell you all about it in a second...

So I began working with the lady and her big German Shepherd Dog, Max. And in just a few short weeks, her life instantly changed forever. Because with my help and training techniques…

  • Her dog naturally improved his behavior to the point where she could walk him anywhere, without him pulling or tugging the leash. These days, people are amazed seeing them strolling down the street. (More than one neighbor came up to greet her and compliment Max for his polite behavior!)
  • She discovered how to command and direct her dog’s attention. And how to keep him calm and relaxed so that he doesn’t overreact to distractions.
  • She felt great coming home from every walk. No more pain or soreness in her arm, shoulder, back, or neck from holding her dog back. And she felt proud that she and Max were getting healthy levels of exercise!
  • Plus — incredibly…

Walking Her Dog No Longer Felt Like A “Chore” … And Became A Healthy And Enjoyable Activity Every Time!
And it just got better and better. She never had to worry about her dog dragging her around and leaving her exhausted.

And she became absolutely confident to bring him anywhere because she knew Max wouldn’t “flip out” or cause an embarrassing scene.

Max was a totally new and improved dog - who could focus on just her and the path ahead. Almost as if it were a work of magic…

But it’s not magic at all!

You see, my training techniques have almost nothing to do with me... and everything to do with a concept I learned from the trainer you see in the video below...

I call it Attention Control, which involves fully controlling your dog’s attention levels.

The gal who taught it to me is a professional trainer and dog walker who needed to get clients brand new Leash Reactive dogs to stay calm on a walk...

So she taught me this concept, and it worked SO well for my in-person clients, that I started using it with GREAT results on all my clients. 

And the more dogs I tried this stuff on, the easier it became to solve these issues for my clients. 

That’s when I knew I had a streamlined process anyone could simply follow so that ...

(I learned it from this gal after I saw her walk her pack of ten dogs without pulling)
You Can Teach Your Dog To Ignore Distractions, Even As He Walks Nice And Slow With You TOO!

You see, the reason why dogs lunge, pull or tug in the first place is because it’s in their DNA to do so. 

They are creatures biologically designed to get excited easily.  

If they see something interesting to them, they’re drawn toward it.

It’s their nature. 

Yet let’s not forget that’s another reason why we love our dogs. 

They’re a bundle of joy.

And you don’t have to change this about your dog. 

At all.

In fact, you can use it to your advantage with what I’m about to share with you.

My whole approach teaches your dog to divert his attention to you in an instant. This naturally gives you the power to control him better.

And you can hold his attention until you pass by a busy or crowded area. 

Or suspicious street. 

Or just to get to a destination faster.

It all works when you have the commands that I’m going to share with you that naturally get your dog’s attention. 

And I'll show you how this works.

Because that’s at the heart of what I teach my clients when we work together on training their dogs.

Let me give you a closer look at the strategies I’m going to share with you.

The “Watch Me” Game

This technique allows you to command your dog NOT to react to other dogs. It begins with identifying what I call “low vs. high level distractions” (you’ll find out more about it later).

You’ll see us train with an 8-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Diesel. Before, he would bark and growl at passing dogs. Now, he’s perfectly ok with strolling past other dogs while focusing on his Mom rather than the other dogs.

The “Look A Way” Game

I teach my clients the Look A Way game. It's a training technique that I mastered with Rex, a 4-year-old Boxer (who you’ll meet later).

When you approach a distracting environment, you can prepare for it and tell him to ‘look away’. And he’ll look away from whatever was stealing his attention. During this training, you’ll see a live demonstration where I bring Rex to an open lawn where we approach another dog together. And I use my technique to divert his attention away from the dog and back to me.

The “Mirror” Game

This game shows you how to walk right on by other dogs. You’ll see how we train Lexi, a rescue Pitbull. She was once a very wild and unfocused pup because she had no way of getting her energy out. Her dad had trouble taking her out on walks. And she used to easily get distracted by birds, small animals, dogs, and people.

You’re going to see her learn to start to relax and be more focused on walking. 

Even while someone is walking their dog close to her.

Now, these are just 3 parts of the overall strategy I’m going to share with you. You can totally change the way you walk with your dog, forever.

And because I understand that every dog is different, I’m always available to help you learn these games.

Look: I’m very passionate about this learning process, so it’s fun to me.

Which is why I give my clients the full support and additional help they need.

Because it’s important to me that my clients:

1. Feel happy about walking their dog, and not have to feel worried about risking their health or putting their body in danger. 

2. See their dog behave in his best behavior, all the time. especially around his friends, family, neighbors and even new people too. No more being embarrassed!

3. Experience the most exciting and adventurous time with your dog. While getting results in the fastest way possible!
That's why I put this program together:
Walking Calmly
In it, here's what you'll get...
  • How to instantly teach your dog the “Mirror” game! (You’ll have a dog that matches your walking speed, even as he stays calm and relaxed the whole time!)
  • How to teach your dog to be less reactive… and immediately enjoy safe and stress-free walks together! (Your dog will be calm and focused… and won’t go ballistic at the sight of other dogs, new people, moving cars, or small animals!)
  • In just 20-minutes, be able to walk up to other people that want to greet you! (You’ll enjoy more social encounters, even as you get compliments from neighbors, friends, and family about how well-behaved your dog is!)
  • How to instantly correct your dog’s habit of tugging, lunging, and pulling the leash! (You’ll protect your body and limbs whenever you walk together… and you’ll never feel like you’re risking your health!)
  • The SINGLE secret to a dog that can control his own impulses! (You’ll build the confidence to walk your dog anywhere — without worrying about pain and soreness in your arms, shoulders, neck, and back!)
  • The 2 secrets to a calm and relaxing walk with your dog! (Even while you appreciate the greenery and serenity of the outdoors… get some healthy exercise…. and strengthen your bond with your dog!)
  • A closer look at how and why some owners can easily walk their dogs anywhere …When and why you should carry “training treats” with you on every walk … Three ways to anticipate and prevent your dog from bolting toward another dog.
  • How to know when your dog is about to lunge forward before it happens… how to “reset” his attention back to you… and get him to keep walking calmly forward.
  • The SINGLE factor that usually determines if your dog is ready to walk anywhere with you.
  • What NEVER to do when a “stray” dog starts running toward you…Plus, how to safely escape if necessary.
  • How to teach your dog to instantly turn his attention away from something and focus ONLY on you. He’ll learn to ignore distractions on command and wait for your instructions instead.
  • The ONLY 2 scenarios where you should NEVER tighten your leash… even if it’s to protect your dog from harm’s way.
  • Never be embarrassed by your dog’s behavior again! (No more being seen getting pulled or dragged around by your dog. And you can feel confident inviting people to come say ‘Hi!’)
  • How to teach your dog excellent leash manners! (You’ll never worry about losing your dog or spending hours trying to find him, because he’s always on his best behavior!)
  • In just 30-minutes, you’ll begin feeling safe knowing there won’t be aggressive confrontations with neighbors or other dogs.

Now, can my unique approach to training your dog really make that kind of difference in his behavior?

You bet it can! Just listen to what other dog owners who have tried my program are saying:

“exactly what I needed for my Beagles”
This is exactly what I need for my Beagles! This time of year is torture because they see every rabbit, squirrel, and robin as a threat to be barked at and chased away. This training makes a ton of sense. —Valerie Reum

“if I could only teach a dog one exercise, it would be this one!”
Hey Chet! I LOVE this game! I work in the rescue world as a foster for labs and lab mixes. I cannot tell you how many times, and in how many different types of situations, THIS exercise has saved the day! The dogs in our program typically have some kind of major hurdle that the foster has to help them overcome to make them adoptable. THIS exercise has helped me personally feel equipped to help a dog become safe around cats, chickens (I know labs are bird dogs ... they said it couldn't be done but it can with this exercise!), and other help a dog no longer chase cars, to not be reactive as other dogs pass, to be calm when guests come. If I could only teach a dog one exercise, it would be this one! Thanks for sharing it in this easy to follow format! I shared it with my rescue group (I hope that is OK). I could not see how to post pictures, but if you tell me how. ...I've got some!—Stacey Carstens Bell

“love this idea and how positive this technique is”
I love this idea and how positive this technique is. My one year old golden with the attention of a gnat is truly learning. Actually, I am learning and she is responding to my consistency. —Marilyn Scalo

“the ‘Look Away’ trick got his attention and we didn’t have to chase!”
It Works!!! Our puppy is bonkers for the doorbell, us coming home, any other person and pulls hard on the leash -- he loves playing 'keep-away' with any sock or undies he can get his mouth on. The Look away trick got his attention and we didn't have to chase! He looked at ME for instruction. Still lots of work to do, but wow... — Joy-Dennis Michael-McMahon

“this is perfect”

This is perfect .my puppy. She barks at other dogs. Sometimes she’s saying hi to dogs she knows other times she is warning other digs away. She’s too excited about visitors. Jumps on them and doesn’t calm down for awhile. Lunges and wines to run after a rabbit or squirrel or birds. The squirrel she tries to get up after in the trees .it makes walks hard.  —Susan Goldman

Now, are these owners any different than you? 

No, of course they’re not.

They represent the old and new, passionate and first-time dog owners who simply want better behavior walking their dogs.

The only thing they did was put their doubts aside and give this technique an honest try.

If you, too, can simply put your doubts aside for a short time, you can see for yourself just what it's like to have a dog that can naturally focus his attention. 

And stop the pulling and tugging habits that make walking difficult and at times even dangerous. And you’ll feel secure knowing that your health is always protected.

Just imagine it…

As you easily go through the training and start seeing steady improvements right away. You may crack a smile over how much better you’ll feel about yourself.

You’ll see a whole new side to your dog, where you now look forward to strolling outdoors with him because he's more obedient.

And as you see your dog learn to move at your pace, traveling by your side, you’ll be able to walk more often and travel longer distances together, to the point where you can confidently take your dog anywhere, because he’ll be on his best behavior.

And you'll finally begin enjoying the calm and relaxing activity every dog owner deserves to have.

Now, let me fill you in on what the deal is.

Usually a program like mine costs at least $100 given the amount of research and video editing that gets put into it.

And that’s the price I was going to reasonably ask first. It pays for my cost of promoting this product, plus enough profit for me to continue making these programs.

But after consulting with my marketing advisors, I decided to lower that price, for 3 reasons:

1. I want more people to try my program

2. I’m confident once people use it, they’ll refer it to others.

3. It’ll be enough to pay off all production costs.

So today, I’m not going to price it at $100, or $75, or $50, either.

Instead, you can try my program for just $14 today.

It’s a small investment cost that could transform you and your dog’s lives, usually in 1-2 weeks.

And from the testimonials I’ve shared with you earlier, you can see how my program delivers real results. There’s no other trainer doing what I’m doing.

And know this: most other dog trainers – if they delivered what I’m about to give you in this program, would charge you $100 for this program. Probably more.

So I’m proud of the deal I’m offering you now.

Plus, I will also throw in a special bonus, as my way of saying “thanks” for giving my program a try.

The Bonus Gift is a report on Reading Dog Body Language.

It’s a short and easy guide that teaches you how to look at a dog and understand what he’s thinking or feeling – based on the dog’s body language.

This skill is useful for the dog owners. And it can be very important for you in making your walks safer, because it can help prevent an attack from another dog before it even happens (and you and your dog won’t get hurt). You’ll be able to see from a distance whether a dog is more likely to be friendly, vicious, or just a non-threat.

Plus, this helps protect your training progress with your dog. You’ll prevent your training from ever regressing. You see, if another dog attacks your dog while being trained (to learn to stay calm)– it may undo all the progress that you made together. This guide protects you and your dog.

This bonus gift alone is worth $15. You get it free.

And, just so you don’t feel like you’re taking any risk here…

You Also Get A 60-Day No-Risk
100% Money-Back Guarantee

Here’s how: order my program and use it.

If you’re not taking the most pleasant and relaxing walks with your dog, anywhere you go… then I don’t want your money. Just shoot me an email or a phone call and I’ll guarantee you get a prompt and courteous refund.

But I’m confident as you go through the trainings, you’ll see the results you want, fast.

However, if you want to start benefiting from my program then you have to act now. I cannot promise this super-generous deal you have in front of you will be available days, weeks, or months from now.

So take action today and click the add-to-cart button below to get started.

Look, this program can change your life as a dog owner forever. I guarantee if you follow the simple steps in the program that we’ve laid out for you, you’ll see huge changes in your dog’s ability to:
  •  Walk calmly beside you without jumping, lunging, or tugging and pulling the leash
  •  Pay attention to you during walks and not lose focus. Which means you can freely observe the trees, say Hi to people, enjoy the outdoors and the exercise you naturally get. 
  •  Have the confidence to walk more when you feel like it. Or walk longer distances. Or explore new areas without worrying your dog may run off or make it difficult.

Take action now so you can have the enjoyable and satisfying walks with your dog you always wanted.


Chet Womach

P.S. – Please take action and own your copy today while you’re still reading. There’s no risk, no reason at all not to try this amazing package for yourself.

P.P.S. – The incredible bonus I have for you is NOT found anywhere else. I guarantee it.

So take full advantage today and finally correct your dog’s bad and unwanted habits while out for walks together.

Yes, I Want My Dog To Walk Calmly For Only $14

About The Creator, Chet Womach

Author of the #1 ‘Hands Off’ Dog Training Program

Founder of

In case we haven’t met before, my name is Chet Womach, and I am compelled by a vision to help simplify how dog owners communicate with their dogs, so that they can finally have the loyal, obedient dog they've always wanted.

Without resorting to scolding, yelling, or punishment!

Unlike most dog trainers, my training philosophy was born out of my early efforts training exotic, undomesticated animals.  These experiences opened my eyes and made me realize—there are a LOT of effective ways to motivate and train animals…

… Training methods that are far more sophisticated than the typical “carrot and stick” methods taught by nearly all other dog trainers. It is my hope that on this website I can help you come to that same realization, too. :-)

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