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Giveaway: Win the Walk In Sync Dog Training System and Gear! {3 Winners}

Walk In Sync Giveaway

Start the New Year off on the right foot (and paw) with the stress free, humane and highly-effective dog walking and training system from Walk In Sync! We recently let you in on all the details of what makes this gear unique and how the training system works. Whether you have a new puppy to train, or want to stop your adult dog from pulling or lunging on walks, Walk In Sync can help. Be sure to check out our recent post here for more information, video, and a special 30% OFF Discount promo code to save big!

We’re super excited to be hosting a giveaway and 3 lucky winners will each receive a fantastic prize from Walk In Sync, designed to jump start your leash training in a fun and dog-friendly way.

Prizes are:

1 Winner: Get A Grip Leash

1 Winner: Walk In Sync System

1 Grand Prize Winner: Walk In Sync System PLUS a Personal Phone or Skype Consultation with Alecia Evans, expert trainer and creator of the Walk In Sync System!

This giveaway runs thru January 20, 2013, is open to US residents age 18+ and uses the Rafflecopter Widget for FAST and EASY ENTRY! There are many OPTIONAL entry methods to give you additional chances to win, but just choose the ones you want. Email addresses and other info are only used to verify and contact the winner. Rest assured that your information will never be sold or shared with anyone. All entry methods are subject to verification. Please make sure you provide all required information or your entries won’t count!

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  1. Steel gets excited and pulls when she sees someone she knows.

  2. Molimo is so much stronger than I am! She’s pretty good, but there are times…

  3. Hurting their throats.

  4. I’ve been trying for eight years to stop my Lab from pulling. Front clip harnesses work the best, but none of the ones I’ve found fit him very good. They all hang too low. But funds have been short thanks to some sick dogs as of late, and I’ve been trying to win one of these harnesses since I first read about them. Thanks for hosting this contest!

  5. Valerie Simko says:

    Coop’s been prrretty good about walking, we learned early on if he is pulling to frankly just stop and not continue our walk. BUT our biggest training issue right now is “heel” and walking at a calm pace beside us, so pretty much exactly what this system would help us with! ;)

  6. Bruce whines and tuggs at the leash when we are walking, and if we come up to another dog he acts like its the end of the world.

  7. Missy really doesn’t like to walk on the leash. I really have to work with her to get her to move, as soon as we get outside she starts pulling away. I hope this will help if I’m lucky enough to get it, she loves to be outside.

  8. I need this. My Lab seems more interested in what tree/pole to mark next that what I’m doing at the other end of the leash! Hopefully this system would help him focus more on me than what every other dog and squirrel in the neighborhood is up to.

  9. Love this assortment of prizes. Hope we win. Thanks for the offer.

  10. Patti Kurtz says:

    My Lab loves to pull– esp. when something scares her. She’s very shy and any stranger or new sound makes her want to drag me all the way home. This system would help with that so I can help her get over her shyness.

  11. Virginia Burnett says:

    Oh How Awesome this would be to win. I have 3 large dogs, 2 pitbulls and a rottador, they do pretty good, but I suffer from a chronic pain condition and any jerking or pulling is painful to me, I used to work with rescue dogs a lot but had to give it up, from not being able to walk some of them. This system would be so great, I could get back my enjoyment of being able to walk with my dogs, and help shelter dogs too.

  12. I am a pet sitter/dog walker, it would save my arms, shoulders and body if I could use something to help curb some of my clients dogs enthusiasm.

  13. Kanisha Wallace says:

    My dog wanting to stop every 2 seconds to pee on EVERYTHING.

  14. diane stana says:

    LOL, my boy definitely needs help!

  15. Sarafina gets super excited when she sees other people and other dogs when on leash. We have been working on it and made some improvements but we have more work to do with it for sure!

  16. dawn rasor says:

    Our puppy Izzo is 6 mos old. We went through puppy kindergarten and he did wonderfully but he really pulls on the leash when we walk. He will be more than 80 pounds when full grown so we really need to work on this issue now. A couple years ago I tripped while walking our other dog and ruotured a tendon in my hand. After reattachement surgery and much therapy, I have 50% less strength in my hand than I used to. It’s hard to grip the leash as tightly as I need to while walking the puppy now. This would really help us!

  17. Gidget is pretty good one-on-one but constantly pulls when I am walking both dogs at the same time. She wants to be the Alpha soooo bad. :)

  18. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I have a Boston Terrier who pulls me all the time while walking.  I use a harness, but he still pulls.  Would like to find a way to stop that.

  19. Sharon Gilbert says:

    Walking is very tiring because they are always pulling.  They really pull hard when they see another dog coming in our direction.  I am exhausted by the end of the walk.

  20. My dog was a shelter dog and I think he never was walked. He pulls, he is getting better, but I’ve used every training gear around, I want to try this Walk In Sync to better our walking experience

  21. Danielle Murgia says:

    Our biggest challenge is not pulling on the leash when we see a cat, squirrel or other desirable.

  22. he loves people so much that he pulls toward them every minute

  23. Sacha Schroeder says:

    My lab is still a pup and thinks that he is little so he is constantly knocking things over and knocking my youngest down!

  24. When my large GSD pulls I know I am inadvertently pulling or yanking on her throat. This is not good to do to any dogs neck alignment.

  25. Theresa Spaid says:

    My biggest challenge is big dog who walk me instead of me walking them

  26. JJ Caraway says:

    Maggie Anne  was trained to heal on left side but she continues to go from side to side and walks behind and in front of me instead. Always wanting to get ahead of me even though she eventually heals on left side as trained. 

  27. Karla Gutierrez-Pugh says:

    Our biggest walking challenge with Casey is her amazing prey drive. She ends up walking us because she’s after those squirrels. We really need the Walk in Sync!

  28. Shiloh’s pretty good on the leash, but zig zags back and forth. He doesn’t really pull, but if he’s not paying attention and doesn’t realize my older dog has stopped or he switches sides too fast, he’s likely to knock her over.

  29. nikki krutz says:

    my dog is pretty good at staying close but if i have to tug on the leash for any reason he freezes and fights the pull

  30. sandy weinstein says:

    i have 3 challenges, trying to walk 2 girls at 1 time, the oldest normally does not require a leash at home, but when we are out, it is a challenge to keep them all straight and going in the same direction at the same time. no getting tangled. not dragging one dog . my middle child slips out of collars and harnesses, so i have to ckip her collar to her harness. they do all pull most of the time

  31. Mallory H. says:

    My 5 year old boggle (beagle/boston terrier) pulls like CRAZY! We’ve tried the head collar, harness, now the easy walk harness – and we are still having some problems – I’ll try anything!!!

  32. Christine Aiello says:

    My dog Coco likes to pull and lead the way. She doesn’t walk right next to me. She is always ahead of me instead. This would be perfect to win!!

  33. Cassie Korando says:

    My dog, Mouse, won’t walk beside me. He runs ahead and strays behind smelling things. The biggest problem is his pulling.

  34. Heather Bridson says:

    My biggest challenge is controlling my hyper pugs on a leash.  They want to see everyone and everything, and really do not like to listen!

  35. Megan Parsons says:

    My dog is about 200 pounds.  He’s a great dane/ mastiff mixed.  He is 2 and is too strong for his own good.  Taking him for walks is almost impossible.  If he sees something he will start to jerk and try to get away.  It’s quite the workout for sure!

  36. My biggest challenge is the fact that my dog pulls me. She is so strong!!

  37. Cindi Decker says:

    My Boston Terriers love to pull! They have been to numerous obedience classes and I still can’t get them to walk nicely outside.

  38. Our biggest challenge is having them pull on the leash.

  39. Gina Brickell says:

    I have a pomeranian and my biggest challenge is getting her to stop barking all the time!  She barks at anything and everything!!!

  40. victoria a says:

    biggest challenge is encountering loose dogs when trying to learn my dog to focus, he’s become more reactive because of it

  41. My biggest challenge is having my dog pulling constantly on me, he just can’t figure out to not pull no matter what I do! It has become such a problem that he isn’t taken on much walks. He will now get kind of aggressive towards other dogs if they come up to him. Something needs to be done about it.

  42. Terra Fraiser says:

    I’m skeptical about this. There is no way something so light and simple is gonna make my 70 lb German Shepherd walk next to me. Her natural instinct is to get in front of me and protect me. She may want to please me, and it would please me to have her next to me… but I don’t think there is any product around that would overcome her basic nature.

  43. Debbie Clauer says:

    I have 3 young dogs that haven’t quit all the pulling on me when walking.

  44. Shelly Skoog-Smith says:

    Oliver & Jazmine both pull on each arm, mostly when there’s another dog or someone on wheels…I can rarely walk them without getting a sore neck or shoulders.

  45. Thank you! I have two pups at home I’d love this for :)

  46. Heather W says:

    Maverick is my newest addition, he showed up on my porch after someone dumped him half dead on our property.  Unfortunately, he had a rough start so he pulls a lot when walking.  I have other pups as well, but they are well behaved when walking.

  47. cathy henatyszen says:

    I’ve been training dogs as a hobby since I was a teenager… so over 30 yrs I guess… some dogs can be a handful, and it’s always nice to have various tools at your disposal to aid in training… I would really enjoy trying one of these.

  48. biggest challenge si walking our big dog and our little dog together!

  49. golden storm says:

    my dog loves people and when we are walking she thinks any person coming our way is coming to see her and pulls like crazy to get to them

  50. Melinda C says:

    My biggest challenge is getting my youngest dog to stop pulling.  My oldest dog never pulled, my middle one stopped after using a training harness for a few months, but it doesn’t seem to work with the youngest.  Unfortunately, we don;t have the time to walk them all individually each day. =(

  51. Our biggest issue is getting Remy to stop pulling when we walk him. He pulls so hard that he chokes himself out, no matter what we do. 

  52. michelle dement says:

    I have a very small dog so it isnt hard to walk him on the leash but he always gets very tangled and ends up with the leash wrapped all around his feet and neck

  53. Hope to win one of these great harnesses for my super strong Labrador. Thanks for running the giveaway.

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